The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, April 19, 1906, Image 7

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    This Store Does Not Open on
Sunday. That Day we Rest
NEW GOODS
RELIABLE
CRARflS
that fine fealher-s
DO MAKE DUE BjBiP
AND FINE FEATHERS 9
A ,E FINE MEN AND
WOMEN LOOK TINE. WHO
DOES NT WANT TO LOOK.
FINE? WE ALL DO: ,
.jf" TmWWWXV$H . FINE FEATHERS
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A
MAY WE TELL YOU A FEW FACTS AfcoVT
CLOTHE3? WE HAVE MADE A .STUDY OF THE
CLOTHING BVJINEJJ, .SEARCHING THE MAR
KETS FOR. WHAT .SHOULD GIVEoUR CUJToM
IKS MOST SATISFACTION. WE LoNG SINCE
LEARNED GIVING GOOD VALUES BUILT BUSI
NESS. WE DO NOT CARE TO DO A GET-RICH-QUICK
CLOTHING BUSINESS. WE ARE HERE
T 3 STAY. THE SA:AS PI:CC OF cLoTil MAY
B MADE UP POORLY OR MADE UP WELL. Ill
EITHER CASE IT WILL LOOK THE SAME BE
FORE YOU "PUT IT ON" BUT THE FIT AMD
NON-RIPPING QUALITIES WON'T BE IN TH
SUIT. THESE ARETWO THINGSWELooK OUT
FOR YOU, FIT AND WEAR. YOU MAY KN jW
IF YOU GET A SUIT FROM US IT WILL F!'f
VO -IOLD ITS SHAPE. Wi HAVE CDi'tl::.)
To FIT SLIM, NUDUM AND FAT ?ZO?L, Aill)
TO FIT SLIM, MEDIUM AND FAT PURSES. FOR
EXAMPLE A WELL-MADE SUIT FOR $4.00.
OUR MEN'S SUITS COMMENCE AT $4.00 AND
UP TO $30.! OUR BOY'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
SUITS$2.r5TO $15.00. OUR BOYS' KNEE
SUITS FROM 48C TO $7.50, WE Do SHOW
YOU CLOTHINC WE ARE PROUD OF.
RESPECTFULLY, FRANK A. CRAM.
The UP-TO-DATE STORE
; BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
( v '. . .-. , , ' i
Money to loan. E. II. Hartwig.
Mr. Bartmess is on a cash basis.
Hunt carries a line of paints? '
Fresh Olympla and Eastern oysters at
the Gem Candy Kitchen!' r '
See that dandy line of Folders at the
Deitz Studio.
All the latest styles Photos at the'
DeiU Studio. ,
Don't forget Alcorn' phone number
is 961. . ;.
Everything up-to-date at Alcorn's.
Place your order for a nice chicken for
your Sunday dinner with Mctiuire Bros.
Clarke will. make it easy for you to
buy a'dianiohd. Consult him about it.
Cranberries at McDonald's.
MapleSyrup and New York State
Bukt5TJw at Jackson's. ' - -
"Be wise' and get your Photos at ttie
DeiU Studio.
Watch Clarke's watches gj?y.
Bulk New Orleans Molasses at Jack
son's. ' j.
Hunt canSfoix aneketf Paint or
Calsuminejpr yoarAny timet
Fresh Col vmbia river salmon at Mc
Ouire Bros.
The Enterprise says that the. values
have taken a sudden drop id While
Salmon property sines the assessor
made bis appearanoe. ..
'Justreocivedat M&DonuIdH, half ton
clover seed.
Call on Hunt's Paint Wall Paper
All kinds of feed "for poultry at Jack
ton's. Something new Puffed Rice C,andy,
at the Gem Canday Kitchen.
Three pounds halibut 25c at McUuire
Brothers. ,
iYhP,Mtif!Pv6r and gar(,e"
SfJacliSoVa. ... n
f 'Thei Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
cfondv every day.
U Mcfluire'Brbs'. make their own .leu f
fard under their own brand.
For Rule bv Emporium. Fifteen acres
jtwo miles southwest of Hood River,' 10..
teres in cultivation, mostly orchard, due
land, 300 per acre. I
Cometo the Deits,ndio for first cliifs 1
Photos.? DdJiHulff, hntqet j.oiir I
photos npw'af the Doit's Studio. 1 -
v For Hflln bv Eniiiorium. Ten acre!
Kcdiiclion in Flour and Feed.
Special 'CRBli price ..onFlour and Feed
at warehouse. Bran $14 per toni'slirfts.
$16 per ton; Hour, $4 per barrel. D.
ilobonaJd..
Roy F. Demi has a neat little home
for sale.
For rent by Kmporium. Nice furn
ished room for gentleman. $10 per
mouth.
Rev. Mr. Baldridgo, of Seattle, will
preach at Unitarian church Sunday,
April 22 and April 29.
Fresh fish halibut, salmon and
smells, at Mctiuire Bros.
Newest, best fishing tackle at McDon
ald's. .
Walk-Over shoes for Men, at Vogt
Bros.
If you want cracked com for chicken
feed-go to McDonald. ..
For eale by Emporium. . Ten room
.cottage and' lot, seven blocks from depot,
:IIood Rive. Newh;-.repaired, new foun
dation, wfldd hbrelapter, newly painted
patent bath and toilet connected with
sewer, good location. $1WK) cask. -
Iittuce, cabbage, rhubarb, asparagug
at Mctiuire Bros.
If you want to buy or sell roal estate
go to OntliHuk ic Otteu. Money to
loan , on lirsc mortgages, ami hcis
and legal Supers' carefully prepared
Notarial work of all kinds.
Ha'it mackcriiknaluion and wh.te lisli,
at Jackrou's. .
Fre'h creamery bullcr and ii'.vly
laid Hood liiveruuttf Hi Mi Unix 's.
! ..Are.'nt t tii'ne." Hn: jmpular vi-r-
diftof the I Hit z I'hell'S.
It is to your int" e-i.t . refer to .Mr
Barlinei's' ad under fli 'rt - -y-lcin.
McDotiall sell hnn-..!ii'ii;. .It .will
pay you in .ei prices' i',"HiLlii'iH blue
buying. .......
If you Mk'iit ''!''. t'i lo k o.i tl.e
liriglit"biiti.'i.f liieTivi'ie ami iet'ltt'rUc
tit your eyes to a pair of via, liw
apparatus' tor lentil. g ej ef is o( the be t
. and most euuiiil.jie. :
Fitsh White SitiiiRiti aspaiiit't:H at
McGuiro Bros.
Father time ha3 left some good time
pieces at Clarke's. Begin the uen ytf.tr
with a clock, that ki;eps perfect time.
New cablinge at Mctiuire's,
Stiip guonjg about Where to order
vour meat-, but phone 71 Mctiuire
Bros.
ill W
Mm
ffckJ iTrandc eceYl
f Kincaid & I I
The polls will be open tomorrw af
ternoon. Bo sure aud vote.
R. H. Wallace and family spent Sun
day in Portland.
Mrs. E. O. Blanehar visited friends
in The Dalles Monday.
The Morgan brothers weut to Port
land Friday to stay over Sunday.
F J. Farley, of The Dalles, was in
Hood River las. week looking after his
campaign.
Mrs. H. T. DeWitt, of Ingles, Ore.,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Baker.
J. L. Dawson, agent for the Paoiflc
Coast Pipe Co. was in Hood River Fri
day on business.
. Mrs. Dr. Edgingtou went to Wasco
Monday to visit friends and attend to
business matters.
C. V. Dakin aud Bert Kent have fin
ished their work at The Dalles and re
turned Thursday.
A. Keller, piesideut of the Eastern
Oregon Brewing ,Co., of The Dalles,
was in Hood River Thursday. '"
W. J. Campbell and - wifejtpame up
from Portl nd to attend the'funeral
of Mr. Campbell' sister Friday.. ...
Nelson Entry came home the first
of the week from Condon, where he
has been doii g a job of lathing.
Auks Unto r'ni nd is r.gain carrying
the r il Ik IN- tovl, u iter a lay-oil
for i -e i ! i i cci ni.ut of sickness.
A i" ii ' ' Km:ii belonging to L. H.
Hi j' i i & i n aou a short run on
the t .1 S.'.'. .. ii..y, but did not do much
(Jumi'k e
W. V. Di'din, of Seattle, arrived iii
Hood Hi .i I ndav and will remain
with Iks t'.d her for a time on bis ranch
near tn u
Tho Kutt i prise, fails to state that
two While Sitl nou appraisers on tho
same cate. J. P. i'.KBU Bnd fc. U
Zeiglur, ih ere uot allowed to testify,
Your vote at the primaries tomorrow
may be more important than a vote at
the general eleotioa. Don't miss it.
The Jubilee Singers will give the
last concert number of the lecture
course, April 27. This will be a high
ly enjoyable and entertaining concert.
J, D. MoCully and wife, of Joseph,
Or., are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Sbaw,
and looking after bis ranch on the
East Side.
For sale by Emporium. Twenty acres
on Methodist lane, four miles southwest
from Hood River, small house, some
land cleared. Only $a000.
There will be a danoe given at Odell,
Thursday evening, April 27, by Kent
Lodge o. 181, l. u. v. r. uoou
order and good music. Tickets, in
cluding supper, $1.50.
C. A. Sehlbrede candidate for the
Republican nomination foi governor
. 1 I ha lm.ni Imnn T IWO , . . i l ........ I
jiracis uninipruveu, nuo.w'oi w", I on hand anil stnouy rresn, ami wny r
'niles soutn nom noou ruvei, hi, i jcaune we have the money to buy ti
'Ine.r acrej.. , w
'J For saTe Viy'Etnp4mm. 'A'Cne UiO
, acre fruit and stock farm, one and one
half miles from White Salmon- Twenty-one
acres orchard, 20 acres-apples
ilostly standard, 80 acres Timothy pas
' ture, plenty water, farming implements
-nd stock go with the place. $10,000.
$1 unleash
il
who-Ulftil retelitl.V irur-or-en enip mj m
as head stenographer on Keith's Maga
zine and Western Camera Notes, has
decided to open a puBUtf stenographic
office with W. J. Baker & Co., oppo-ite
the postfflee, wherejifaittyeaa,
el to do all kinds of stenographic work
at reHsoilwble. pf.ff.
anoi oiiiimi, i ..I"....",' ,
lot . " A Bargain
Will f sell seven room
eiaht' lots for 1,800,
house with, seven rooms and lot ror
$l,d00. This offer wiH not be made
house with
Also another
and lot for
eit be
Hi me uber the date. April 27, is
whu the Dixie Jubilee concert com
nanv amears at the opera house un
der the auspices of the Congregation
al 1 adits Aid Society.
St. Mark's guild will hold their an
nual business meeting for the election
n officers ou Weduenday, Apiil 18th,
at -1M ii. m.. at the residence of Mrs.
A. A. Juyue A lull attendance is de-
siitd.
Wm. McMurray. assistant geueral
Wu always have a good supply , u.-snnier agent, and R. M. Hall, gen-
i i t.ii.. c i. .4 ...l.., 'J. . i ...ii-! i. i l a.
erai aoveriisiug Hgeui ui iuo kj. iv. u
N., accompanied by their wives, were
passengers on No. 2 Saturday enroute
to trie eastern part oi toe siaie.
Soman Cox reports that the (Sold
Run Mining Co. have about complet
ed the trail to the mine and are now
busily installing thoir machinery. As
HOou;aa the machinery is in they will
begin work sinking the shall.
The past month has been uufavo.-
able for fruits .sud vegetables iu south
ern Indiana and it is estimated that
peaches are injured at least 10 per
cent. Pears and apples promise an
abundant crop and a prosperous
trucking season is looked forward to.
RevJr W. Jenkins, for three years
pastor of the First Christian church,
has resigned , moved his family to his
ranch at Hood River, and will engage
iu evangelistic woik soon. During
his ministry here more than 300 have
joined tho church, a fine largo parson
age erected, aud a $12,000 church
building completed. Athena Notes.
wilb and when we are short we have
a place whunu vie can getnV
For sale by Emporium. Five farms
incite bodv, 320 'acres, 5 improvements
Cleared lainl with each, 7 miles from
White Salinen mi (ioldeudale road,
plenty of water, $;it per-acre.. Can be
; sold in sepita'e trai ts fur M days only,
i Terms easy. -TV
Special JSulicc
If you want, to make money, get a job
in a mint. If yon want to save money
trade with us, we do not belong to any
meat 'trust, tmr to the Butchers Board
ii.'i'rade. . Here is where to get the best
of everything to eat at the very lowest
prices, because we d'scountall bills and
can give values no other can offer.
. Yours for business,
Mctiuire Bros
Rem.
.. Wednesday April 11,
Mrs. Beatty a girl.
to Mr. aud
Vote tomorrow.
C. D. Morgan drove over from Mo
tier Saturday. .
Don't fail to vote at the primaiios
tomorrow.
C. A. Bell made a business trip to
Portland this week.
Frank Chandler and son, Will, vis
ited Portland Wednesday.
Your vote is needed at the primaries
tomorrow.
Clarence Gilbert spent a couple of
days iu Portland the first of the week.
Tomorrow Is a legal holiday on ac
count of the goneral electin, aud the
banks will be closed.
E. T. Neal. of Alnsworth, Iowa, was
in Hood River Tuesday looking up a
busiuess locattiou.
Mrs. Ogilvle and daughters, of
White Salmon, left for Portland yes
r
visited Hood River Saturday. He is terday afternoon to spond a few days,
an old friend of W. P. Andrus who C. O. Roberts arrived from Pott
speaks very highly of Mr. Sehlbrede. hind Wednesday, and wiil remain a few
A representative of a large eastern days bofore golug east to Duy wooi.
handier of cured fruits Is authority Trl Chrisman was iu tho valley
for the statement that there will be this week looking after bis political
fenoes for the nomination for sherilt.
The Woman's Alliance will give a 10c
tea Wednesday afternoon, April a,
at Mrs. Cunning's. All are cordially
invited.
The Stanley-Smith Lumber Co. have
ordflia for VW.UOU.UUU leet OI lies aim
a strong eastern and foreign market
iu 1SH.H for dried prunes grown in me
Pacific Coast states.
Judge liake and S. Bolton were
down from The Dalles Saturday look
ing after their Hood River ranch.
Thev have set out 1. uu apple trees
this spiing.but areuudecided whether timber. and started sawing this week.
IU Ot-'t uuv Biianwcii.o. J " A i" I .....Ur arlin rAn.Ant.lv flHIllfi
, I A. " "v . j -
HOC. 1, ilunHI Mnf iuu nuivnil
- ... . i iimi n lruui iidvidi iwuu
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Staoey, of Wei-1, t Coyle 00ttage on Sherman
ger, ldano, are visiting -.an hobs buu
family. Mrs. Staoey and Mrs. Ross
are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Staoey
will visit Portland, Seattle and tbe
Northwest Territory bofore their re
turn
The brood of young chicks that en
joyed a brief residence in the show
window of (JlarK'a drug store oas oeen
replaced by au old mother hen and a
brood of ducks, ine motner ana tani
ilv aie doing well and attract a good
deal of attention.
Titos. Erwiu, of Crookston, Minn.,
in visitius Jos. Jarvis in the valley.
Mr. Erwin is well pleased with Hood
River and may
horn. He is one
Polk rnnntv. Minnesota, and raised
the first lushel of wheat In that
county.
Miss Mary N. Chase, of New Hamp
shire, lecturer or the National Worn
mi's Suffrage Association, will deliv
er uddresses at Pine Grove Tuesday
A. C. .Lieuder,
here from Havre,
into the Coyle cottage
avenue.
Tbe Mt. Hood Railroad Co. will run
a special train from Dee tomorrow at
2:30, and pick up all those on the way
who wish to oome in to vote, reiur -
iug the same day.
W. P. Andrus weut to Portland yes-
teiday to do a little political work aud
vote. He is one of the olerks of elec
tion in that city.
Hon. A. A. Jayne has returned from
a ten days' trip in tbe eastern end ot
the county, and is woll satislled with
the polit'cal outlook in that section.
Hhnriff Sexton sneut a few days in
oonolude to locate Hood River the tirst of too work, atiu
of the pioneers of finds be has many irieuas neie uu
will rememner mm at mo puuu.
Two aud one-quarter acres a short
distance from town. All cleared,
small house and two inches irrigating
water. All for the price or a gooa 101
in town. See W. J. Baker 4 Co.
Chas. Waters today received 20,000
:....'',! .'f'. i. :
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Cjf1'OlJ'M.'i"''"lP'r''.l' ' r'"'' t.fl-ljrijffi
GET IN THE HABIT "
OF TRADING AT
Ulu "J' lit if: 'Ml- ,i. ;
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
t4' UwXlin.'kn4 Cui'
tara make very beautiful music
taUtaiW iSttT innf itor-tinitfu Heei
our window disjrlayif fine instru
. roents. Little Prices. ' .
i ' BaeJill CrOXMls. Hats,
Balls, Mitts, Gloves, Masks, Heel
Pistes, Hcore Books Everything
for the ball plaver.. Little Prices.
i hi "' ". " HI 1 ' ) I . i
HminncHl. (iood qual-
fc. prtt Weaves and color.
' " $1.25 to $3.50.
'Thin UndeW3r. Yeu
tlfcwin le maiwiuaJMia- cwuge.
A ery nice 'stock here fo select
from, garments from .,1-'
, jocio?i.a7.
)Ladie' elts. -Very pret
ty new styles in sills, satin anil
leather, black and brown,. 50c.
Vhite'SValstt. Pome
beautiful pnes jn this lot, $l.o0
srtd $2. valm's, '98fr.
CKildrens Cap. White
Conliirov, with gold band and
embroidced shield. Vcryjirctty.
Overall 5uit fur little
'"tits' in brown, bine aljut gray , they
ave clothes and look cute.'
$l.UOasuit.
' . ... . I - :J' '
Garden Tools. We can
save you moneyon shovels, spades
forks', etc., just come and see.
Onion Set. We have
-plenty of them, best grade stock
at a little price, 12 l-2c
T, Garden Seeds iu bulk or
packages. We have a large selec
tion of the best varieties.
. - - Little Prices
Reclining Chairs for
porch or lawn. Durable, Com-f
lortable and ornamental. Fold
up when not iu use. - 91.50
eveninn. Aoril 24. Valley Christian trnnt for the Trout Lake country, aud
church Wednesday, April 25, Mount De wjii take them to the upper White
Hood. Thnadav evening. April 26, and I suimnn valley and nlaut them iu the
Frankton Friday evening, April 27. gtreams of that neighborhood.
it.,..,., - pssn haa annn ta Hood W. P. Campbell aud wife, of Port
klu futlmr in wnrkinff. land, are in Hood River this Wook
u ,;'n .mninumunt in HAW mill. Innkiuff for a fruit ranch. Mr. Camp
Harry has n ade a record for himself bell sent several daya here a few weeks
h mhilA Rnrl wn feel sure of airo and was well pleased with the
his success in the new undertaking, valley,
Irrigon is sorry to Iobb any of his jm Strauahan traded olt a kicking
familv. Irrison Irrigator mnra t Wasco last week for one ot
n iniiia f War. Mlton. Ohio. I th oneriest-lookinn buckskin bron
i' u .itt, M family Fridav. cho that ever carried a Siwasb, and
j ..iii ii n tii in enontrv with now the bovs are wondering which
a view of locatina. Mr. Kleplnger party got the best of the bargain,
has just spent four months In Homo- -pne ladies of the First Baptist
ern California, but was not very favor- Uburch will bold a window sale of use
ably impressed with that country as a (qj grumes 0f wearing appaiel pies,
permanent home. oakes, etc. in Boyed s hall, across
Ti,. .ifn,. nr o nnwananer that has from Holman's. on Saturday, April
,ir,(ori nhniuttn Qillinff. in a mea-l''H. from 10 a. m. to P. rr. Ice cream
sure, received a postal card from an will also be served,
old subscriber which read as follows: Rev. D. V. Poling, of Tbe Dalles,
"I hev tuk vnre Dapr fer leven years, -in 8Xchauue Duloits with Rev. IjII
but If vou kant spel eny beter than mnr8. and nreacb at Riverside Con
vou bev fer the last to or 3 weeks, wy ffmirutional church next Sunday, in
you kin jes stoppit.'' addition to the regular program, will
We see in tbe Olacier that Geo. be an offertory solo iu the evening by
Prather name over to Washlnaton as Mrs. P. a. Davidson
special appraiser ou north bank rail
road right of way. We have since
been reliably informed that bis test!
monv was barred and that the Uolden
dale attorneys for the railroad declar
ed that "they would have none of
Hood River's hot air. "-White Salmon
Enterprise.
Councilman Bailey had a boat
burned Sunday, Dear the railroad
bridge. Mr. Bailey has bad a boat on
tbe river a couple of years, which be
STATIONERY
AW are showing a fine lino of Whiting & Ea
ton, Hurlburt's Stationery. Also fancy pa
por in bulk. Call and look it over. It is
sure to please you.
BLANK BOOKS
Full lino just arrivedLedgers, Journals,
Cash Books, Day Books, Desk Blotters, Rec
ord Books and everything in tho Memoran
dum and Time Book line.
Picture Frames made to order at
SLOCOM'S
W. J. Baker & Co. report the follow
ing sales thh week: C. A. Bell to A.
Knhnku. house and lot: Burns Jones
to Willa Ramsey. 16 acres; N. foster
vin to .1. L. Jorgenson, acres; kod
ert Chapman to D. A. Plutt, 8 acres.
Also 20 acres, names not given.
Frank A. Cram started for Berkley,
CaL. vesterdav. after Betting word of
the terrible disaster at San Francisco,
He was uuable to get any word trom
bis family: and as they are just across
(ioldcit Wedding.
Tuesday, April 17, occurred a happy
event at tho Artisan Hall, it being the
celebtatioii ot the liltieth wedding an
niversary of tho wediliiiK' of Mr. aud
Mrs. Wiiliaiu Boorinan, attended by
nearly till of the children, r ind chil-
Iren mid great grand clilioreu or uie
worthy couple.
A surprise on t"" "Id conpio was
successfully cairteu oui oy um Imu
ran", anil Iu ordet to provide a
place largo enough, tlio Artisan Hall
was engaged for the occasion. All as
sembled there t two o'clock, aue the
old couple invited ouwii.
Two lonu lin s tti'i.i torrneil ou euon
sido of tho hall, Bi t. W. C. Evins was
olllclatiug cleig.vu.c.ii, and the vener
able bride and groom i.. arched up to
the altur, followed by .ilisses Caroline
Sherruib aud Mabel .Miller, who acted
as llower girls. The wedding march
wus played by Mrs. r. U. HtiorrelD.
After the ceiemouy Mrs. uariton
made a neat speech, presenting Mr.
Baormau with a pair of gold-bowed
spectacles and a gold charm with dia
nioncl setting, aim mm. uoormnu wuu
goid-liued silver cream aud sugar set.
Iheu followed congratulations anu a
One lunch, consisting of sandwiches,
colfee, cake and ice cream. The wed
ding cake was especially good.
William liooruian and Laioy I'.iniiy
Rand were married at Onalaska, La
Crosse county, Wisconsin, April 17,
1H56. They came to Hood ltiver iu
18813, just twenty years ago.and bought
the farm uow owned by Frank Chand
ler. All of their children reside here
and iu tho valley except Mrs. J. H.
Ackermaii a d her children, two ol
whom are married.
' Tbe children living are: Scott
Boormun (step son), Mrs. Klleu Ack
erman (of Halera , Mrs. Emma Ellis,
Alfred Boorinan, Mrs. Belle Sherroib,
Mrs. Minnie Caddy and Mrs. Alice
Miller. Two children have died,
George aud Emily, the latter the wife
of Earl Eastman.
There are now living seven children,
32 grand children and 12 great gruud
children.
Nothing will relieve digestion that is
not a thorough digestaut. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure digests what you cat, and
allows the stomach to rcst-recuperate-grow
strong again. A few doses of
Kodol after meals will soon restore the
stomach and digistive organs to a full
performano of their funtiotis naturally.
Sold bv Williams Pharmacy.
Annual Meeting Churches and Ministers
The tenth annual mooting of the
Portland Association of Churches and
Ministers will be held ut Hood River,
April 24 and and 25. The following
program will be carried out :
Tuesday Afternoon.
1:.'10 Organization and Business.
1:45 Sounding the Key Note, Rev.
R. M. Jones.
2:00 Evangelism. (1) Religious Re
vival in History, Rev. D. P. dray.
(2) The Need of a Revival, D. J.
Treiber.
2 :35 Disotisslon.
2:50 (3) Tbe Human and Divine
Elements iu a Revival.
(a) Human, Rev. W. L. Upshaw.
(b) Divine, Rev. H. M. Smith.
3:25 (1) W hut Shall We Look for
in a Revival.
3:45 DIboubhIou.
4:00 Womuu's Home.
(a) Incidents in the Life of a Home
Missionary, Mrs. Wm. L. Upshaw.
(b) Century of Work for Women,
Mrs. J. 0. Liiokoy.
Tuesday Evening.
9:30-Dovolioiin, Rev. V. T. Cook.
7:45 The Claims of Pacillo Univer
sity Upon the People ot Oregon, Pres.
W. N. Eerriu.
8 -00 Sermon, Rev. J. J. Staub.
8:30 The World's Masterpieoe, Dr.
Edwin L. House.
Wednesday Morning.
9:00 Devotional Services A Call to
Duty, Rev. J. H. Hopp.
9:15 Business.
9:25 Sources of Power Iu American
Life. . ..
9:45 The Greatest Need ol the
Northwest, Rev. D. V. Poling.
10:05 Discussion.
10:20 The lmperillod Home, Rev.
Daniel Ktaver.
10:40 The Abnso of Fublio Trusts,
Rev. J. Morgan Lewis.
11:00 The Type of Manhood Chi 1st
Calls for Today, Rev. J. L. Heishnor.
11 :20 Discussion
11:35 The Life that Counts, Rev.
It. K. Ham.
Benediction.
, , , . , , . LI IB IttLUIlV. PUU iu; j'-v
uses principally in fishing, and some th u f the 8tlicken city, he was
Saturday Night Special.
From 7 to 9 p. ni
and gun metal,
. Shirt Waist' sets in pearl,? il J
S5c, 50c and 75c values for
15c
time Sunday it was practically ruined
by flie. It it thought it was done by
some ot tbe laborers cn toe ditch do
ing it aocideutly while Intoxicated
Tbe boat was worth about $20.
A. Hooker arrived PrldaT from
Perth, N. D., and will make hb borne
in Hood River. Mr. liooker last sum.
mer bought a part of the Heogst plaoe.
and his family have remained on tbe
place all winter, nntil joined by Mr.
Hooker. Mr. Hooker was induced to
come to this eountry by John Jakku.
who formerly lived in fiortb Dakota,
and was an 'old friend and neighbor
of Mr. Hooker,
much worried. Dr. Oavey also left
for San Eranoisoo on the same train.
It Is to be hoped that more people
have escaped injur than was at first
reporteud.
Cole-Cramer
Thomas Cole and Laura Cramer were
married Sunday at tbe residence of
Mr. Cole's narents at fortlaud. llie
groom is an employe of tbe Menom
loee Jjumoer uo. ana toe urine was
formerly manager for tbe Pact lie
States Telephone Co. here, and later
emDloved in the postotrJce. liotn tne
contracting parties are well aud favor
U'.ird m mnnived here Thnrad I Mi known here and their hosts ol
of the andden death of Mrs. L. G. friends extend congratulations. Mr.
KUnlev. at her hone in Chlnrjewa and Mrs. Cola will leside at Menom-
Falls. Wis., mother ol r'.-tt. Stanley. I loee.
of the First 'National bank of Hood
River. F. 8. Stanley bad just been
east as far as Chicago, going from
tbeie to New Orleans, and thenoe to I
Los Angeles, where be was at tbe time
of th4 death of bis mother. He. left
at once for Chippewa Falls.
Stockholder Meeting.
There will be a stockholders meeting
of tbe Hood River Baseball Club at tbe
office of the Transfer & Livery Co.. on
April 23, at 10 a. m. L. E. Moree,pres
ident.
Slate Treasurer.
Although there are six candidates
in the Held for State Treasurer it is
now conceded that either Ralph Hoyt,
of Portland, or E. V. Carter, of Jack
son county will be nominated.
Mr. Carter says, "If elected 1 will
reside iu Suleia aud give the olllce my
personal attention." Mr. Hoyt is
silent on this point.
Mr. Carter says If elected 1 will
turn over to the stute every dollar of
the interest paid on state funds.
This money, from l(t,000to 20,0UO per
annum, has heretofore been retained
bv the tieasurer.
As ill. Jloyt is silent ou tins point
also it is fair to assume that he in
tends to pocket thiH interest money
as has lieen done in the patt. Will
you vote for a Portland man and thus
oontiiiue this graft? A vote for E. V.
Carter is a vote to stop this graft and
reduce taxes correspondingly.
Ilont tie a cold or a cough up in your
system by taking a remedy that binds
the bowels. Take Kennedy's Laxative
llonev and Tar. It is different from all
other cough sirups. It is lietter It
opens the bowels-expels all cold from
the system, relieves coughs, cold, croup
whooping cough, etc. An ideal remedy
for young and old. Children like it,
Sold by Williams Pharmacy.
Vote at the primary election tomorrow.
Easier at the Congregational.
The Easter programme of the Sun
day School was given at the regular
morning session and consisted of
sougs, recitat'ons, an appropriate an
them by the choir, a solo by Florence
lirosius, and a pantomine rendering
of "Nearer my Uod to lhee" by tne
young ladies of Mrs. Cove's class with
solo liy MISS l.enu jiorsnuer. nu
parts were well done.
I tie bouse wasorowuou at iuu uiuiu-
ing services of tho church and the
irogramme was especially goon. mrs.
Jenks proslded at the organ in a very
satisfactory manner and reuaereu
some line compositions on that instru
ment. The anthems by tho quartette
choir were appropriate and well ren-
lered.
Although It is but a short time since
i large number of new members were
received into tho church, twelve more
were received ou this rccasion. Tbe
words of tho pastor, I'ev. W. C. Oil-
more were well chosen and very impressive.
While the evening service was less
elaboiato it was good aud well con
ducted.
Ilainbow Trout fur Lest Lake.
Robert Leasiire has just received
word from tbe Fish Commission that
his request for 10,000 rainbow trout
for Lost Luke Iibb been granted, and
that the fish will be shipped iuside of
sixty days. This will be of interest
to sportsmen. Fish are uot very plen
tiful in the lake at present, owing to
the presence of a lurge number of. wa
ter dogs that eat the spawn aud thus
largely diminish the natural increase
of fish. Some very Une specimens of
trout have been takeu from the lake,
but young fish are very scarce.
Are you buBy? Vote anyway. ,