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Our January sale of muslin underwear
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. BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Money to loan. E, II. Hartwig. -
Mr. Bartmess is on a cash basis.
Do you use Naptha soap? 5c per bar
Fresh Olympla and Eastern oysters at
the Gem Candy Kitchen. .
See that dandy line of Folders at the
Shingles. See os for best prices.
Oregon Lumber Co.
If you want something that will be
unique, we have Japanese ware. It
can't be duplicated and yet is service
able. At Clarke's, the jeweler.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery same
day order is received. , Oregon Lumber
Do you use Lath? Get our price and
compare it with that of competitors.
You will make money this way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
All the latest styles Photos at the
Deitz studio. , . , , -
There is nothing, perhaps, that a wo
man admires so much as a diamond
ring. If you want to make yourself
solid with your best girl or your wife, it
is always a winner. Clarke, the jeweler.
Patronize home industry by buying
ranch butter at McDonald's.
The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
candv every day.
Pulverized Mocca and Java coffee a
Go to Mr. Onthank for abstracts and
notarial work, renting' and collecting.
Pension papers execuled and legal pa
pers carefully drawn. Money to loan
on tirst mortgages.
It is to your interest to refer to Mr.
Bartmess' ad under the new system.
Rubber boots half soled while you
wait in 20 minutes. Guaranteed not to
leak. At Don an's Shoe Bhop. Oppo
site William's I'hurmac).
Don't go through life without a clock
or a watch to record the fleeting hours.
Time is money. Most anything might
happen to you by guessing at the time.
Get a time pi.'co or clock at Clarke's,
the jeweler, :
Extra fine pig pork sausage at Mc
What looks more handsome on the
sideboard than some nice silverware?
Nothing. 'Mother or father would ap
preciate thif, and in fact we don't think
anyone would object to ha.'ing it. At
Clarke's, the jeweler.
. Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Clarke still has a' few good watches
and diamonds whose prices don't need
lowering sinco Christmas for they have
never been raised from rock bottom
Dressed chickens lor Sunday dinner
at McGuire Bros.
Madam Brown, Palmist and Phren
ologist, is at the Thompson house.
Tells you your past, present and future
and every thing you you want to know.
Readings" 50c for 'a few days only.
Pure leaf hud home made, at Mc
I login the new year by getting your
self some of Clurke's china.
Any one needing anything in the line
of footwear would do well to call on W.
S. (irihble of Mount Hood.
Don't forget Alcorn's phone number
Shoes half soled while yon wait in
20 minute. AH work first-class and
gnaranti ed. Ladies' sewed soles and
). Sullivan's rubber heels a specialty.
Donovan's Shoe Shop, opposite Wil
There will fje a stock holders meet
ing of the Hood River Transportation
and Boom Company at the office of
theOregon Lumber company Tuesday,
February 0th, WOO, at 8 p. m. By
older of the president.
' . Chas. T. Early, Secretary.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Valentines If there is one
thin riiore than another this
store aim to do is to please the
children. All sorts of pretty and
funny valentines new this season
Coine and see them.
Special sale of cup (St
Saucers Transparent china,
very pretty shapes and decora
Urns A whole case full of 18, 40
and 60e values for 25 cents
Buster llrown style in Jersey,
corduroy and tan leather. They
,lo k very cute on a youngster be
sides keeping them warm and
..diy-,, ...... . -... . Little prices
Boys' Underwear We
still have a few of those 60c gar
ments in stock which you posi
tively cannot net anywhere at the
price we sell them. 25 ecu ts
has been an unparalleled success.
Now is the time to get your
summer supply for Material Cost
For ladies and children
The warming, dependable kind which never
fail to please, on special sale. Dry feet are a
necessity and our low prices make them
within reach of all
O. R.Caetner and wlia, J. L. Carter
and Mrs. Charles Castner- were among
the visitors from this plaoe to Portland
Say, just try a roast put up by Alcorn.
Everything up-to-date at Alcorn's.
Father time lias left some good time
pieces at Clarke's. Begin tlie new year
with a clock that keeps perfect time.
Alcorn's meat market is now located
in the old Wood & Smith building.
Any family paying rent will do well
to look up Huxley's ad. in our "For
For a good investment see Huxley's
ad. in our "For Sale" column.
If you want always to look on the
bright side of life, come and let Clarke
fit your eyes to a pair of glasses. His
apparatus for testing eyes is of the best
and most complete.
Clarke will make it easy for you to
buy a diamond. Consult him about it.
All kinds of timepieces at Clarke's.
Come and look at some of them.
Clarke is an Al doctor. Bring all in
jured watches or jewelry to him for a
Try our Cascade butter. Every roll
guaranteed. Alcorn's market.
Step in and see Alcorn in his new lo
cation. There are a few pretty bracelets at
Clarke's that would make good gifts for
people who are a trifle late deciding
what to get
Dressed chickens every Saturday at
McGllirA Brnn. Wa had tha nnlv hiar
supply of chickens in town last Saturday.
n e a com aay wnen we get leit.
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th St.,
New York, at one time had her beauty
spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
"I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years,
but nothing would cure it, until I used
Backlen'a Arnica Salve." A quick and
sure healer for cuts, burnt and sores.
25c at C. N. Clark's drug store.
To the Voters of Baldwin Precinct.
The registration books for Baldwin
precinct are now open. I will be pre
pared to register you at any time at
Grilihle's store. O. Fredenburg,
For a long term of ye irs, south half
of Block 8, Pnrkhurst, mid three acres
east of Parkhurst. W. J. Baker & Co.
The Tillniauy Orchestra will give
their next dance at White Salmon
January 27. The full orchestra will be
in attendance. Overture 8:45; grand
march 9:00. Come as early as you
like and stay as long as you please.
Danoe tickets 91 ; Spectators 50c ; lad
ies free. E. R. Lafferty, manager.
Full blooded Jersey cow with calf in
March, sired by Jersey Bull King Coffee
Count, Jr. 'Phone G. R. Abernathy,
Farmers 417. jaul8-2w
lir. Cooper's Mne Cs.
Is a wonderful medical discovery. Af
ter thirty-live years of active practice,
and having treated many hundred cases
of catarrh and other throat and lung
diseases, Dr. Cooper discovered the med
icine called the "Nine Cs."
The "Nine Cs" will cure any curable
case of Catarrh, Asthma or Consump
tion that has not passed to the lait
stages. It is a great remedy for hoarse
ness of public shakers. It is a sure
remedy f r croup and a great benefit in
The remedy is pleasant to use, even
for children, and it sold by the drug
gists in Hood River, under a guarantee
to benefit the patient or the money re
funded. This medicine was formerly
manufactuied in Villisca, Iowa, but will
now lie manufactured in Hood River. -DR.
Ladies' Belts- All pretty
new thing in silk, satin and
leather, form fitting stvles.
25 cents to $1.00
Table Linens Beautiful
lunch cloths, doilies and tray
ch'ths In drawn work designs,
table cloths, napkins, sideboard
cloths, etc. Little prices
White Enameled ware
Yes, it costs a little more than
the common ware, but it wears
longer, is cleaner and looks bet
ter, We have all kinds of kitch
en utensils in It.
BasRets of every sort. Clothes
baskets, hampers, lunch baskets,
wood liaskels, market baskets,
work baskets, etc. Little prices
A. J. Derby of the firm of Fouta k
Derby, went to Portland Monday on
Chris. Dethman went to the Dalles
Saturday morning, returning on the
3 Mrs. Sherman Frank went to The
Dalles Friday and Sunday attended
the funeral of Miss Brogan of whom
she was a personal friend.
Charles Hall, proprietor of the Will
iams Pharmacy, who had besn in
Portland on a business trip of several
days returned Tuesday.
Prof, and Mrs. Hoist save another
successful danoe in the opera house
Friday evening. The Tillmany Or-
ohestra furnished the music and the
danoe was wed patronized.
In order to visit his grandmother
who Is on of the oldest pioneers in
the state of Oregon, U.
went to Richmond Ore.,
Wood and Smith Bros.
bave a new
sign of the electric flash light deosrip-
tlou In the r window, 'the sign ad
vertises a brand of maple syrup and
la very effective as an unique display.
The Mount Hood Hotel gave another
oonoert dinner Hunday evening. The
Tillmany Orchestra furnished the
musio and judging by the number who
were In attendance these affairs are
becoming very popular.
Tillmany's Orchestra with its full
strength will give a danoe at White
Salmon, January 27. Arrangements
have been made to serve supper and
it is expected that the dance will be
O. J. Smith, E. C. Peets, Chris.
Quler and C. W. Moore, the new di
rectors of the proposed Trout Lake
railroad, were registered at the Mount
Hood hotel Saturday. They were on
their waj to Portland.
A dispatch In the Oregonian from
North Yakima states that Harry B.
Voorbirs, for a long time deputy
county clerk, died at that plaoe Jan
uary 20, aged 38 years He has a
brother living in Hood River.
Mrs. W. C. Evens, who has been
visiting friend and relatives in sev
eral of the middle western states re
turned home lust Friday. Mrs. Evans
has been absent almost three months
and reports a pleasant journey and
II. S. Grosscnp, and Chas. Bedford,
of iucotna, and J. Woodbury, of Au
burn, expert engineesr for the Port
land aud Seattle Railroad were in
this city' Monday and Tuesday morn
ing went to White Salmon to examine
the right of way of the new railroad.
The Frankton school is making
preparations to hold a social in the
near future for the purpose ot start
ing a fund to purchase a new organ.
The socials given by this school in the
past have been very successful, and
there is no reason to suppose the com'
lug one will be an exception.
On Jauuary 1, the Oregonian an
nounced a reduction in its rates which
puts tbut excellent paper at a very
r hm nnhle cost. It was thought at
li.i-t thut the rate only applied to
Pot I bind, but we are informed' by
Cito I. Slocom that it applies to out
of town districts as well.
The friends and neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. Stokce rf Wyetb, who lost
their infant child Sunday, sympathize
deeply with the afflicted parents and
the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Noble Mrs. Stokoe was formerly Miss
Maud Noble. The little one was
buried Monday in Irving cemetery.
A bright little boy attending the
Frankton school one morning recently
picked up what be thought was his
lunch bucket aud hurried off to
school. When the noon hour arrived
he discovered that be had taken to
school a bucket of cottolene. The
boy went without his dinner, but he
bad more time for coasting, whiob
suited bim just as well.
H. W. Joplin, of Portland, who is
interested in the contracting business
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Hood River Souvenir
BooKs containing a fine collec
tion of local views, handsomely
gotten up especially for us. They
are just the thing to send to your
Eastern friends. JO cents each
Yarns Shetland, Flooe, Sax
ony and Zephyr in all shades and
colors 'or shawls, slippers, fascin
ators, hoods, etc Little prices
Combs and Brushes A
large as-ortmeut of hair dressing
requisites nail brushes, tooth
brushes, curling irons, curling
iron heaters, weaving irons, kid
curlers, etc. Little prices
Infants' Wear Under vest,
stockings, stork pants, moccasins,
shoes, booties, diaper cloth, stork
sheeting, stork bibs, stork bags,
Infants' aaqees, hoods, bonnets,
etc. Little prices
r'-'ir n : asr".:'...!3tl, ' 'it'. . . ll .'. 1 Tjf
with bia father of the firm of Oebisoh
A Joplin, arrlred in this city jester
day on business.
CountyCoinmissioner Hibbard was a
passenger to The Dalles Monday.
Rer. W. O. Oilmore was called to
The Dalles Monday on business.
M. P. Isenberg of Belmont, went to
The Dalles Wednesday tor a short
Miss Marjorie Baker, daughter of
TO T ..ollol ( 'V
,t . ua.ci , man wwu ,iu lauuuM,
Tuesday by the ill ess of her sister.
U. S. Commissioner Prather la reg
istering a good many voters and it Is
expected a heavy vote will be cast
Bilile Vogt had the misfortune to
slip and aprain bia ankle Tuesday, and
in oonsequenoe is obliged to move
around on crutches.
Preaching services at Odell next
Sunday at 11 a. m., and at K. of P.
ball in town at 7:30 p. m. by tbe pas
tor, W. A. Wood.
The Young Ladles Guild met at the
borne of Miss Walton Tuesday even
ing. Owing to tbe bad weather tbe
meeting waa not very well attended.
- Frank Thornton, who has been mak
ing Underwood bis borne for some
time has decided to come across the
river and make this oity his residence.
Attorney Presby, of Goldendale, one
of tbe most prominent members of
tbe bar in Washington, was a visitor
in Hood River Monday.
Jowph Hall, brother of '.Charles
Hall, proprietor of the Williams Phar
macy, has purchased the fruit farm of
James More at West Crapper.
Tbe ladies of the U. B. church will
hold a Kensington at tbe residence of
Mrs. J. E. Ilanua, tomorrow. It is
requested that as many as possible be
Belmont Ladies' Aid will serve ten
cent lunch at tbe borne of Mrs. M. N.
Nioklesen Friday afternoon, Febru
ary 2. Everybody oordially invited
R. T. Cox. of Portland and J. W.
Freuob of The Dalles were here Wed
nesday to attend the '- meeting of the
board of directors of tbe Butler
The Hotel Waucoma served a special
course dinner Hunday evening. The
menu was lengthy and varied and
Manager Fouta received many con
gratulations as to its excellence.
In tbe Mount Hood Items will be
found an account of tbe trip of tbe
Suowshoe Clnb of Portland; to Cloud
Cap Inn. It is well worth perusal, for
while it is not written up in the most
gaoeful English it is gap bio in detail.
Levi Cbrisman. of The Dalles, who
baa announced himself as a candidate
for sheriff was In Hood River Mon
day. Mr. Cbrisman reports that be
feels very much enoouraged at bis
prospects for receiving tbe nomina
tion. County Judge Lake of Tbe Dalles
was a visitor at the uiacier omce
Tuesday. Tbe Judge Is a Arm believer
in tbe future prosperity of Hood
River and speaks with admiration of
tbe progressive qualities of its citi
zens. Sheriff Sexton paid ns a visit last
week. In company with Marshal
dinger be took into custoday an in
sane man who was taken to tbe Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Shoemaker, who
have been visiting here for some time
returned to Pendleton, Thursday on
N. O. Billings, besides being an ex
cellent tonsorial artist, is a violin
maker of the first water.
He bas just
completed a splendid
which he values at 1200,
talnly a fine instrument
It is cer
has made a number of
but be claims this one exoels any he
has yet made. Drop in and sea it.
. , There are four Hood River voting
precincts now. Which on are you in?
Xhefe appears to be some confusion
arising from lack of knowledge of the
new "direct primary nominating eleo
tiona law" and from the changes in
tbe precincts. A. W. Onthank is pre'
pared to give Information on these
matters and to register voters. Tb 9
artiole relating to these matters in an
other column was kindly contributed
Miss Margaret Wallace, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wallaoe, accom
panied byjher aunt, Mrs.lDunbar, will
sail today from San Franoisoo for
Honolulu where she will remain for
two months, returning about April L
Miss Wallaoe Is taking the trip lor
pleasure. Mr. Wallaoe returned Tues
day morning from San Franoisoo,
where ha and bis wlf bad been to
bid tbeir daughter good by. Mrs.
Wallaoe remained in Portland to at
tend tbe performances of grand opera
which are being given there at pres
Tbe Cascade Club waa entertained
last Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Ste
wart at her handsome home on State
street Tbe party waa an unusually
large one aa there were a number of
invited guerti and there were five ta
bles. Whist as usual was the order of
the day, Mrs. J. E. Rand winning the
first Drize and Mrs. A. D. Moe taking
tbe second. After tbe game delioions
refreshments were served and an hour
of Dleasaot social intercourse enioyed.
The ocoaaion was a very enjoyable one
as tbe home of tbe hostess lends Itself
very fittingly to entertainment.
Miss Ota Walker baa entered tbe
Oregon ian's contest for the trip to
Yellowstone Park ottered by that p
per to tbe vonng lady who gets tbe
most votea. The other towna which
will enter tbe lists against Hood River
are La Grande, Corvallis and Marsh
Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Trousers
The whole line included, nothing reserved. We will offer you values une
qualed at prices to create surprise to the most careful buyer
field. Miss Walker has been in the
employ of the telephone company for
some time and is well known to the
subscribers of it. She is popular and
courteous and tbe telephone com
pany's patrons will now have a op
portunity of showing their apprecia
tion of Miss Walker's services by sav
ing their coupons for her. -
The Senior Guild of St. Mark's
Episoopal church held its meeting
Wednesday) afternoon with Mrs. Gil
bert and Mrs. Bowen in the rooms of
the foruier in tbe Davidson Block.
The meeting was well atteuded aud
after the guild work the ladles in at
tendance were served with refresh
ments by tbeir hostesses.
Chas. J. Grav. traveling asent for
the Chicago fc Northwestern Railroad.
Said this office a visit Tuesday. Mr.
ray left with os a very useful calen
dar. A gospel Temperance Union meet
ing will be held at tbe U. B. church.
Sunday evening at 7 :30, in which all
the ohurohes are asked to unite.
ABOUT ELECTION LAWS
A general election will be held on
June 4, 1906, to elect the following
otlloers : Governor. Secretary of State.
State Treasurer, Superintendent of
fublio instruction, Attornoy uenorai,
State Printer, Representative in U. S.
Congress, representative in state
Legislatuer Sheriff, County Clerk, and
A primary election will take place
on April 20, 1900, for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the oillcos
to be filled at the ensuing general
2. Selecting candidates for United
States Senator ;
3. Selecting delegates to conven
tions to be held :
1. Electing committeemen for each
election precinct. Each committee
man thus elected is to be tbe repre
sentative of bis politioal party in tnd
for suoh precinct, and these commit
teemen will constitute the county
oentral committee of each of said po
The direct primary nominating
elections law provides that all politis
oal parties shall hold their primarle
at the same time and place and it hIho
designates that this work shall be
fairly, freely aud honestly conducted.
It is as necessary for the preservation
of the public welfare and safety that
there should be a free and fair vote by
secret ballot and honest count at pri
mary elections as at general elections.
Members of every politioal party and
voluntary political organiaztlou are
rightfully entitled to know that every
person who offers to take purt in the
affairs of suc r r.i ty or organization
in tbe state i, in good fuith a mem tier
of that party. This is provided for in
Section 15, which reads as follows:
"No person who is not a qualified
elector and a registered member of a
party making its nominations under
the provisions of this law shall be
qualilled to join iu signing any peti
tion for nomination cr to vote at said
primary nomination eloctlon, aud no
person snail te quailtied to sign any
nominating petition ot any other po
litical party than thut with which he
is registered as a member, but this
shall not be construed to prevent any
registered member of any party from
signing a puitiou for the nomination
of any Independent or non-partisan
candidate, uor shall it beoouutrued to
prevent any qualified elector from
signing petitions for more than one
candidate for the same office on one
party ticket. "
While all electors are at liberty to
vote as they please at the general
election it w ill be seen thut the party
lines are closely drawn in making the
nominations. To take any part in tbe
latter tbe voter must be reglsteied
with some political organization.
The registration books were opened
on January 2, and close for the pri
mary election on April 10, The regis
tration books open again on April 25,
and olose for the general cleotion on
May 15, at 5 p. m. The lust day for
tiling petitions for county oillcos Is
tiave .Musical Recital.
Tbe musio pupils of Mrs. Chas.
Slettin gave a recital nt the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. K. 1J. Urr l-'rlday
evening. The bouse was filled with
tbe friends and relatives of tbe pu
pils, and they acquitted themselves
very creditably. After the recital
lunch was served. Tbe program was
as follows :
"Four Leaf Clover,"
Miss Florence Jliiuna
"Evening Star, " Taunbnuso,
Miss Blanche Harbison
Miss Fay Orr
"The Flatterer," Oharmluade
Miss Nellie S Hirer
"Poppies" De Koien
Mies Agnes Ingbretson
Miss Mildred Aletcalf
"In the Lovely Month of May"
Miss Ethel Church Merkel
"Over tbe Harbor Rjr" Mark
Miss Jennie Edgingtou
"Vesper Prayer" Brockelt
"Slumber Boat" Gaynor
Miss Florence Hauna.
At Frankton, January 21, 190C, in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Napa Tan Shoes
For men and boys
Buy them once you will
have no others. Wear
twice as well as any
Free Trip to Yellowstone Park
The Oregonian will give a free trip to Yellowstone Park to
the young lady receiving the highest number of votes in the
district comprising Hood River, Corvallis, LaG ramie and
Marahfleld, Oregon. Hood River wins against the world and
we certainly should win when in competition with towns our
own size. Here is the way to secure votes :
KATES of MORNING OREGONIAN.
Hingis Coupons cut from Tin Daily and Sunday Oronlaa-one vote.
Subscription! by Carrier.
Dally, Bun. Included, 12 mo. 89, ipeotal ooupon of 1000 votM (pd In ad)
" " ' 8 mo. 4.50 ' " of 40 " "
' I mo. t.35 of IN)
Subscription! by Mall
' " " 12 mo. 8.00 " of 1000 " "
" " " t mo. 4. " " of 400 " "
" 8 mo. 125 " " of 1 " "
Weekly " "
12 mo. 8.80
12 mo. 1.(0
Nominate any young lady you want to in this district, and
then worK for her. Ballot box will be installed at
PROGRAM FOR FRUIT
In another column we publish an
article beaded, "Horticulturists Will
Meet Here" and as we were never
known to handle the truth economlally
so they will. When this article was
written however, no definite arrange
ments or program had been prepared.
Since then a meeting of the local fruit
growers has been held and these mat
ters provided for and tbe meeting will
be held In the K. of P. ball, Saturday.
February 10, at 10 a. m. to 12 m., and
in tbe afternoon from 1 to 3 p. m.
The Hon. E. L. Smith will preside
and create action and enthusiasm.
All the local growers who attended
the recent fruit growers' conventions
at La Grande and Portland will be in
The following growers are expeoted
to give talks of Ave minutes on the
subjects assigned and a general dis
cussion will follow eaoh subject:
1. Strawberry Culture Versus Ap
ple Culture T. A. McCurdy.
2. Raspberry and Black bey Culture
F. O. Ohuob.
Our Future tor Cherries G. D.
4. Cold Storage U. F. Davidson.
G. Our Exhibit at tbe Lewis and
Clark Exposition aud tbe Benefits of
Hood Klver Exhibits in uenerai u.
6. Does it Pay to Topgraft Trees
Over Four Years Old, and tbe Best
Method of Topgrafting and Budding
Com ared A. 1. Mason.
7. How Should an Orchard be
Planted, on Hexagonal or Square, and
How Far Apartr reter Monr.
8. Pruning U. 11. Hears.
9. Cultivation Frank Stanton.
10. Care Necessary in Buying in
Nursery 8tock-H. T. GaUigan.
11. What Varieties are Necessary
to Plant in Addition to Hpitzenbergs
and Newtowus from a Commercial
Point of View-E. A. Franz.
12. Picking, Packing, Handliug,
Sorting and Grading Apples Sam
1J. observations on uur raca ana
Suusestions F. W.Angus.
14. The Benefit and meed ol co
operation of Fruit Growers C. H.
is. rower ror (spraying j. a,
10. Observations on Appolination
J. T. Porter.
17. Cider Making by Pure Culture
and What to Do With Our By Prod
uct' Rav Brock.
18. Tbe Care Necessary and Best
Methods of Setting Trees and Plants
E. N. Benson.
19. What I Learned About Spray
lug for Codlin Moth at tbe Conven
tlon-U. R. Castner. ;
20. Antbragnose, How to Recog
nize and Treat the Disease G. R.
21. San Jose Scale. How to Recog
nize aud Treat the Disease Tom
22. Fungus. How to Recognize and
Treat the Disease J. L. Carter.
23. Thinning & R. Tucker.
24. Tbe Benetfls of Fertilizing,
What and How to Apply -Chris JJetn
Tbe meeting is called at tbe earnest
request of a great many frnit growers
and others in the valley and we quote
the words of one of the enthusiastlo
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U1HC TALKING MACUINKM,
W. D. Rogers
Hood River, Oregon.
grower who says:
"Let us all get together, help eaoh
other, tell eaoh other all we know and
learn as much as possible. Go home
and profit by what we have learned
and strive in every way to improve.
We are on tbe top of the heap ; let ua
do all we can not only to stay there,
but try and climb the ladder to great
er fame, higher prices and better re
sults. Come one, come all I"
Mrs. A. E. Wells.
Mrs. A. E. Wells, of Pine Grove.
died early yesterday morning of
stomaoh trouble, from whioh she had
been ailing lor about two weeks.
Mrs. Wells is very well known in
this oity and is survived by ber bus-
band and two children.
Tb funeral will be held today from
the late res ldence of the deoeased at
11 o'clock and the arrangements are in
the hands of S. E. Bartmess. Rev.
Mr. Rigby will conduot the services.
A New Hhakespeare Club.
A meeting called at the Congrega
tional ohuioh for tbe purpose of form
ing a Shakespeare olub resulted in the
appointment of a committee to draw
up by-laws and a constitution. At a
second meeting held at tbe borne of
Rev. W. C. Gllmore later, the by-laws
and constitution were accepted. The
name chosen by tbe committee for the
olub is the Cascade Literary Circle,
and the following are its offloers:
President Prof. Wiley.
Secretary Miss Hoadley.
Treasurer Miss Hershner.
First Literary Director-Mr. Hall-
Second Literary Director Mrs.
Third Literary Director-Mrs. Chlp-
After tbe business meeting waa over
a pleasant hour was paused reading
The Merchant of Venice," which
will be continued at the next meet
ing. While the study of Shakespeare
will be tbe main purpose of the club
it was decided to have a varied pro-
frara often enough to avoid monotony
'be membership of tbe club will be
limited to thirty, about 20 names hav
ing already been handed in. ine
next meeting will be bold at the home
of Mrs. J. E. Nichols Friday evening,
Fine Showing for Gold Ron Mine.
S. H. Cox. Munaeer of tbe Gold
Run Mine came in from the mine last
Friday and reports that the water
wheel, hoisting machine aja pumping
outfit is In place and in operation
and that aparatus is working in good
shape. Since Mr. Cox'a arrival here
he has received wora mat mo uuuo
bas been abot and that the resulta
have exceeded all expectations. One
soot dislodged about eight feet of oie
that is said to be of the finest quality
and another one was equally as good.
Manager Cox naturally reels very
A. D. Moe of Hood River is exhib
iting a box of apples grown in Hood
River, which are pronounced to ba
tbe best ever. Mr. Moe is one of tb
booster of Hood River and on every
occasion that presents Itself, Mr. Moe
is for Hood River and Hood River
valley. -Grand Forks (N. D.) Press.
At Frankton, January 19, 1900, to
Mr, and Mrs. Geo, W. Stokoe, bod.