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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1906)
, LISTEN, WATOI,
THE GREATEST MERCHANDISE CARNIVAL EVER HELD IN HOOD RIVER n
Will Occur at Frank A. Cram's Up-to-Date Store in a Few Days
I STOP, LOOK.
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Cram's "Strawberry" Carnival
Begin'saving your pennies now, and in a few days'they will be worth dimes to you, for the doors of this i store ' will aoon be open on
the Greatest Price-Cutting Carnival ever held in this section of Oregon. Watch for it wait for it If .you have a single want in the
w,i a; iL offri ; tli nwatpst Buvinsr Opportunity since Hood Kiver became a town.
luciiucuruioc mic, vuu tcwuiui anuiu iu nnou -
..... n i i -r- mMK. t tlm r.l.1s:f inliniiitiintrt nf tlU'HO Dill'tS. It Will be i
chance for the
Special salesmen have been hire. ml special merchandise bought for this occasion. " wu from roof to cellar. Wait and you will not be disappointed. I
frugal minded, a chance for the poor, a v, hut for the rich, for this store will be one glorious place of 'X' attend this Tl.irt v Davs Carnival, and we are going to see that J
n,.. mi.; t to t,in ,1 wntf.li t.lm mini.rs for our oDenmsr date. e expect thousands 01 p(op u uluhu u w '"j v ' tvJ eniro I
each one leaves this store with more goods for the least money than was ever before handed out at the pnee in ' " F Neckwear Ladies' Suits Underware, Shoes, Gloves,
Notions, Linings, Ribbons, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Hosiery dies' C oaks Childr clothing, Boys' Ovrcoats,
Clothing, Overcoats, Shirts, Gent's Hats, Neckwear, Blankets, Redding, Cwtataj Sf S. later wife all ?he Slars. WATCH FOK IT.
in fact, if you nave a want in any line, wait tor tiie uaimvai. a coiupiete iiuiiuuua-iii . - . y
Store Closed Thursday and Eriday-Marking Down Goods. FRANK A. CRAM;
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
! Money to loan. E. II. Hartwig.
Mr. Bartmees is on a cash basis.
Hunt carries a line of paints.
Fresh Olympla and Eastern oysters at
the Gem Candy Kitchen.
See that dandy line of Folders at the
AH the latest styles Photos at the
Place your order for a nice chicken for
your Sunday dinner with McGuire Bros.
Clarke will make it easy for you to
buy a diamond. Consult him about it.
Cranberries at McDonald's.
Maple Syrup and New York State
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
Be wise and get your Photos at the
Watch Clarke's watches go.
Bulk New Orleans Molasses at Jack
boii'b. Fresh Columbia river salmon at Mc
Father time has left some good time
pieces at Clarke's. Begin the new year
with a clock that keeps perfect time.
Just received at McDonalds, half ton
All kinds of feed for poultry at Jack-
Something new Puffed Rice Candy,
at the Gem Canday Kitchen.
Three pounds halibut 25c at McGuire
Brothers. . ,.
Vetch, grass, clover and garden seed
The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
candy every day.
McGuire Bros, make their own leaf
lard under their own brand.
For sain hv Emnorium. Fifteen acres
two miles southwest of Hood River, 10
acres in cultivation, mostly orchard, fine
land, 1300 per acre
Come to the Deitz Studio for first class
Photos. Don't put it off, but get your
photos now at the Deitz btuuio.
For sale bv hniDoriuin. len
Reduction in Flour and Feed.
Special cash price on Flour and Feed
tracts unimproved, fine level land, three j rom 1(J R
miles south from Hood River, at M"; will aUo be s
For sale by Emporium. A fine IliO
acre fruit and' stock farm, one and one
half miles from White Salmon. Twen
hard. 20 hch-s apples
mostly standard, 80 acres Timothy pas
ture, plenty water, funning implements
. and stock ko with the place. 10,t'00.
Mrs. Carrol Smith, of Minneapolis
who until recently bus been employed
as head stenographer on Keith s Maga-1
zineand Western Camera Notes, has i
decided to open a public stenographic
..nice with W. J. Baker & Co., opposite ;
the iHistotliee, where she will be pleas-1
ed to do all kinds of stenographic work
at reasonable prices.
Lettuce, cabbage, rhubarb, asparagus
at McGuire Bros.
If you want cracked corn for chicken j
feed go to McDonald.
Fresh fish halibut, salmon and
smelts, at McGuire Bros.
Newest, best fishing tackle at McDonald's.
at warehouse. Bran $14 per ton; shirts,
$10 per ton ; Hour, $4 per barrel. D.
For rent by Emporium. Nice furn
ished room for gentleman, f 10 per
For sale by Emporium. Ten room
cottage and lot, seven blocks from depot,
Hood River. Newly repaired, new foun
dation, wood fibre plaster, newly painted
patent bath and toilet connected with
sewer, good location. $1000 cash.
If you want to buy or sell real estate
go to Outhutik & Otten. Money to
loan ou first mortgages. Abstracts
i and legal papeis carefully prepared.
Notarial work or all kinds.
Sait mackerel, salmon and white fish,
Fresh creamery butter and newly
laid Hood River egge at Mctiuire s.
"Are'nt they fine," the popular ver
dict of the Deitz Photos.
It is to your interest to refer to Mr
Bartmcss' ad under the new system.
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 moat complete.
Fresh While Salmon aspa'aus at
New cabbage at McGuire's.
Ston LMies-inir. about where to order
vnur meat-, but phone 7;il
Bros. We always have a good
nn liiunl mid strictly fresh, and
Because we have the money to tiny It
with and when we are short we have a
a place where we can get it.
For sale hv Emporium, live farms
iu one boilv, '320 icn s, 5 improvements
cleared hind with eieH, 7 miles from
While .Silmeii on liuhl lule road,
plentvoi 'water, $:0 p-r a-re. Ca! be
sold in sep na'e tracts f .'A) days only.
The ladies of the First Baptist
church will hold a window stile of use
ful articles of wearing appaiel pies,
pakee, etc in Boyed's hull, across
from tlolmuu's, on suiurimy, npri
ni. to p. m. ice cream
Among those who purchased fine
pianos this week from Mr. Silas H.
Soule, of the Pottlund bouse of Soule
Bros' Piano Co. are two of Hood Riv
er's leading merchants, D. McDonald
and John R. Niokelaen.
For cule hv Emporium. Twenty acres
on Methodist lane, four miles southwest
from Hood Ri cr, small house, some
land cleared Only $2000.
Money saved by buying otir
and feed from .McDonald.
At Uie (.'lunches.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep
worth League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially invit
ed. W. C. Evans, pastor.
St Mark's Episcopal Church. Holy
Communion at 8 o'clock; morning
prayer at 11, and evening prayer at
U. B. Church Sabbath school, 9:45;
nreacbincr. 11 a. m.: Junior services un
der the leadership of Mrs. Efiie Beeler,
3 n. m Christian Endeavor meeting,
(Will! sermon bv pastor. 7:30. All are
invited to any anil all of these services.
O. M. Beeler, pastor in charge.
Baptist church Sunday school 10
a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. ; Junior B.
Y.P. U., 3 p. m. ; evening service, 7.30.
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. ; preirch
ins every Sunday evening and 2d Sun
day in month at 11 a. m.; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:30 p. in. Services at
Pine Grove same as above except preach-
imr. u-bieli is on 1st and 3d Sundays at
11 a. m Cranner 1st and 3d Sundays
at. 8:3ll: Sini'lav school at2:30. Mourn
Hood. Tim 4th .Sunday at U a.n t
Sundav school at 10 a. m.
Vail" t in M 'nn Sunday school at
10 a. in.: I nM'l.iii ut 11; I. r. !-i
C. E at (i :'." p. iu. : preaching at
7::V) ( ii 1' t ilk every Sunday even
int Ufli'M- nil I corniai nivmn.n u
upplyitohil to ut pf.d tho services of the
why ? I day 'V V I'.lkins. pastor.
U i ii 1 hnrch Services at K. of
P. I i . the lir.-t, third, fourth and fifth
Sin di - f each no nth. Services at
Odell the s i'd Sunday of each month,
W. A. WOOD, Pastor.
Ijutberan -Services will be held
again next Sunday, April 22. Sunday
School at 2 p in. ; English preicbiug
and commuuion at 3 p. m. II. J.
Union Rev. Troy Shelloy will
preach ut 11 :30.
Riverside Conerecational W. C.
Gilmore pastor. Sunday school at 10
n. 111. Worsnui and preaching at ll.
Special niusio by the quartette
clmir, conducted by Mrs. Gertrude
Sletten. Evening services for young
iiBimle. nt 6:4". D. m. Song service
Hii l Hddress. 7 :30.
Usv. Mr. Tate, or tne valley, win
L. 1 1. Morgan la nursing a sprained
George Stranahun made a bualneaa
trip to Portland Monday.
W. S. Ilelmer, of Mt. Hood, wenl
to The Dallea Monday evening.
Mrs. H. P. Davidson vieited Port
land the laat of the week.
Mrs. E. W. Jones, of Portland, . U
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. L. Dnmble.
M. H. Nickelson haa been quite ilck
with erysipelas, but is improving.
V . U. Warreui and wife, of Port
land, visited Hood Kiver rnuraaay.
C. B. Young, formerly operator at
the depot, is now day oiem ai tue an.,
Malcolm A. Moody, of The Dalles,
was a passenger on WO. i, moDuay,
Mrs. P. S. Davidson, sr., left last
week fCT Coeur d'Alene, iaa., vo
visit her sons for a few weeks.
J. E. Rand, II. J. Hibbard, Lee
Morse and Oscai Stranahan made a
trip to The Dalles Saturday.
Mrs. J. II. Nelf, of The Dalles, Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Blythe
for a few days.
Mrs. J. DeBorde left for Portland
Monday ou No. 1 to visit friends and
relatives for a few days.
George Slocom went to Myrtle
Creek Saturday afternoon to stay
over fcujday with friends.
Hort Stranahan went to Portland
Tuesday to purchase more rigs for the
Oriu Backus, engineer for Paget s
Clark in charge of the sewer woik,
was here Saturday.
S. A. Kuapp is setting out apples
and pears ou uia rauuu juu. .uuw u
Mrs. Chas. Servas, of Portland, who
has been visiting ber sister, Mrs. l.
Biodeur, for a couple or weeks, re
turned borne Monday.
I.' A .TnroniA. architect, has just com
pleted plans for a 2,500 residence for
k'ac .1 Ii. Hertihuer. which will be
erected on his property ou the bill,
G. P. Cramer, who has been staying
iu Hood River for a couple mourns,
expects bis family this week irom
Baker City ana will mane noou iwvor
their f'lture home.
W. J. Baker soeut Sunday at Arllng
toB. While tnere ne looaeu hi buiuv
Mrs. C. G. Roberts left agaiu for
Portland yesterday afternoon.
O. P. Dabnev oaiue up from Port
land lat week to assist bis t-ou in the
Big Second Hand Store for a snort
time. Mr. Dabney has a large busi
ness also in Portland.
Win. Vanderoock, who has beeu
staying at the Schiller farm iuthe val
ley for a few weeks, was taken back
to Portland Thursday. Mr. Vunder
cook Is very Biok with Bright's dis
ease, and bis recovery is doubtful.
Mrs. Roaoh, teaoher in the Hood
River schools, received word Saturday
that her brother, Ned Gates, was in
jured in the San Francisco hoiror,
and had been brought to Portland fur
tree.tment. She left for that place
Sunday to attend him.
Dr Shaw went to The Dalles Satur
day to assist iu an operation for ap
pendicitis ou Mrs. May Davidson.
Mrs. Davidson is a daughter of S. M.
Waiton of the Midway Chop House,
and wife of Derry Davidsou.employed
on the White Salmon ferry. Sho ral
lied well after the operation, but yes
terday grew much worse, and her re
covery is doubtfuL
Miss Anna Wall, who has beeu the
matron in oharge of the Hood River
Hospital sinoe its establishment here
last summer, has resigned her posi
tion on account of ill health aud gone
to Spokane. Miss Annra Syke, an
other nurse, also leu wun iVllHH mi
A., L., aud E. T.Wlnans were called
home from Goble, Ore., Thursday ou
account of the lerious illuesa of their
mother. The old lady is 83 years old
nnrl haa heart trouble She was taken
onita 111 Urn first of the week, but re-
nncnrfld 1' rldav ana was auie iu uo
about the bouse again.
The dinner and supper given by the
l! inn of the Hospital Club at the iv.
of P. hall, Friday, was a decided suc
cess. The ladies gave a flue iprtad,
nnrl ttiA affair was liberally patron
ized. Over $00 was cleared. This
fini.1 udll ha used for the beuetlt of
the Hood River Hospital.
The Fashion Stables hve moved the
buiding recently occupied by It. D.
Gould, the plumber, next to theii
barn, and will use it for a carriage
house. The ground has beeu exca
vated under the building and will be
Httari nn with stalls for horses. The
addition was made neoessary by their
Wo are allowing a line line of Whiting & Ea
ton, Hurlburt'B Stationery. Also fancy pa
per iu bulk. Call and look it over. It is
sure to please you.
Full lino just arrived Ledgers, Journals,
Cash Books, Day Books, Desk Blotters, Rec
ord Books and everything in the Memoran
dum and Time Book line.
Picture Frames made to order at
ltjv. iui. lain, jl wu ".ri tOH. Willi IDerB lib lUUttrju oi oumv , . .
proucbBttbe Congregational church t lu the 0OUntry which he has increasing Business.
Services at the Unitarian church
nrxt Sundav at 11 a. in.. J. A. Bald-
ridge, ot Seattle.
flour Tnnio. "The Intuitional in Rollgion."
Both the ratioual and ine spiritual
If you want to make money, get a job
in a mint. If von want to save money
trade with u ',' we Ho not belong to any
meat trust, nor to tlm Butchers' Board
of Trade. Here is where to get the best
of everything to eat at the very lowest
prices, because we discount all bills ami
can give values no oiner can oner.
Yours for business.
Will sell seven room house with
eight lots for $1,800. Also another
boose with seven rooms and lot lor
$1,000. This offor will not be made
again. R Rand.
Cant. Harrv Olsen run his gasoline
Iminnh onto a snau Saturday and bad
the aid of the Hood River
ltr wtvins crew to save his craft
Thn launch sunk near shore ut the
landing below the depot, ana dim
KtrmmliKii took a team dowu aud
If you are looking for a nice little
home cheap, call on Onthank & Otten.
They have just the thing.
R E. Harbison and wife, accom
panied by R. K., junior, left on this
morning's traiu for a week a visit to
I Mr. Harbison's brother, J. ft. naroi
I son, who resides at Tangent, Ore.
Mrs. P. P. Pouts has been quite
sick with beart trouble, being confin
ed to her bed for ten days, but is now
able to be around the bouse.
Inn & Innrn la fliA nrnnd father of
sides of the religious lire wii oepiain- twin gins, who arrived at bis bouse puUed tne boBt ashore. The damage
ly and simply presented. All are cor- w edneHday evening .April 18. Mother K runaired and the boat continues
dially invited. hI1(j twing are doing well. t narrv the Underwood uiuil us usual.
Pat Hri inlent will bold services at . II. Pane was uo from Portland a. -h HitRMillo has been exner
St. Mary's church Sunday, April 2Jtb, Friday to make arraugeuieuta to raise enoed jn keeping men at work on the
at 10:30 a. m., and at the residence Ibis warehouse and put it in shape for th bauk roHI thut one contractor
morning, handling fiuit this season. working out from Arlington sent to
ThaOaanndA Tdterarv circle will meet Minnesota for ninety workmen, it
with Mrs. Button at ber resiaenoe these become dlsaatisnea, ne says ne u
Friday eve. May 4. Pull programme employ Japs. Chronicle.
will be given in next issue. "Not so you can notice it," is tne
K. V. uould went to rrinevuie rauu- answer tnac nanermen are kiviok wubu
rlu.tr tnukA nrransnmenta for put- l.alrad if thev are catchlnif any salmon
ting in a beating plant and also tbLuoe the open season began. The
nliimblua lor a new notei ai river is tailing ana lew vi ine wueew
Thr will bt, a sDecial meeting ol
Hood Kiver Chapter No. 27, K. A,
M nt Mason e. HalL Saturday even
ina All members are ureed to be
present. By order or tne 1 n. x-,
A tea will be given on Wednesday
afternoon. Mav'i at the borne 01 Mrs.
B. K. Savage, by the ladies 01 nt.
Mark's church. Their friends are
of John A. Mobr Monday
April SO, Bt 8 o'clock.
On April 14, to Mr. and Mt
Rogers of Belmont, a son.
To Mr. aud Mrs. W. L. Owen,
Mt. Hood, April 10, a girl.
Be sure aud get one of those new
mans of Oreaon. which Iibs just been
nnblishod bv Hockett Bros., of Grants
Pass. U. B. Hockett is taking orders
in Hood River this week.
are in the water. Seufert has but one
whioh is "doing any business to
T.u N. Bentlev and wife, son and
fatbei have moved here from Loh An
geles and will make their home iu
Hood Kiver valley, mr, nenuey is a
oousin of Frank Chandler. They
bought a ranch out ou the m- sine
laat fall and will move 011 10 tne juace
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Lap Robei. It will soon be
li,tv. Tliev'll save vour clotties
coming to town.
Straw Hats for the kids,
Mexican shape, bound rims, make
a good sunshade, light weight and
neat appearing Fifteen Cents
WorK Gloves .Now is the
time yon ueed tnem. ne .-
save your hands many si-rat.che-'
J oft- CI CA Dair
Notions. You can find hun
dreds of articles here that are use
ful. Pin, needlep, hair combs,
storking darners, tatting shuttles,
knitting medics, pinking irons,
1 dress stays, dress shield-', etc
Eirtlday Cards. Sun
dn ch 'i l cards, and reward ot
merit cauls. You like to know
where V"U can g.t them. We
Iivp verv tirettv lot to select
Flower Seeds. A very
clii.ice 1 ol lection to choose from.
We have plenty of nashirtiot s,
! th t ill 'Hid dw arf little Prim
Cut Price Garden
Tools. See our window full of
nionev saving chain es on there
Ladies' Hose. l'iain
black and lace stripe effects. We
take pride in the values we n
offering at 15c. 2Sc, 3Sc Pair
Butter MaKers' Sup
plies. Churns, butter molds,
ladh s, butterpaper, butter prints,
wooden bonis, milk pans, strain
ers, nails, butler jirs, etc. .
Berry Growers Sup
plies. Wagon covers, ticket
punches, cash lioxes, rubber
stamps, ink pads, markingcraynn
blank ls'ks, etc. Little Prices
Camp Outfits. The eei-
son will soon Ih here. We've got
everything you need at prices le-s
thsti the otiier fellows.
Near Cut Glassware.
Hard to tell it from the genuin'j,
ami costs one-fifth .as much.
cordially invited to be present.
Rndnev Hillman. commission mer
c.lmnt of Salt Lake. Utah, was in the
I oil v Saturday. Mr. Hillman is mak
nn a tour or tne racino cobhi uuu
points in the inteiest of bis business.
tlen. Haacke. of Mosier. was In
ll.o nitv Monday on business. Ut.
Haacke says that cherries were hurt
some bv the March freeze, due bu
other fruit is apparently uninjured,
and will have a good crop.
Herman Struck, son of Ludwig
Sturck, who lives a mile from town, olo8e Bnd very
arrived home Tuesday from Sau Iran- flt to' butcher.
Cisco, wuere ne was u muuem o u
art school. Mr. Htrucs: was noi in
jured, being one of the fortunate sur
J. L. Joraeuson. wife and sister
came up from Portland Monday and
moved out to tbe l'ostevin Place, six
of which he rece itly purchased,
Mr. Joruenson is recently from ine
S. A. Keir reports that the libraiy
next fall. Mr. Bentley bus taken the
formanship of the I ran 7, building,
under Mr. Moyea, tne couirac.i or,
and will complete tbelbuilding.
Col. Hartley brought in a bunch of
Hve cows from Washougal l'riday and
sold one to Dad Pouts. Dad got t wo
milkmgs from the cow and then sold
here at a proHt of 117.00, without tak
ing her bome. Mr. Hartley says that
beef cattle are very scarce, jiio nu
merous camps around here, and es
pecially on the north Lank of the Co
lumbia are buying up the beef pretty
few are leit mat are
Dr. Brosius attended the sick in the
various camps on the .North lianK
road from White Salmon to the Dulles
Thursday. The medical department of
the construction crew have a launch
of their own, and it is a nne metiioa
of conveyance from one camp 10 ine
other. Ibe launch made the trip
Thursday In Ave hours, making seven
teen stops. Tne uoctor biso went to
Portland before Dis leturu.
Onthank & Otten report the follow
Ina sales of real estate: U C. Stepti
Saturday Night Special.
Sheet music. A special lot of pretty waltzes.two-Meps,
etc. Publisher's price 50c, nf this sale Ten Cnts.
in his drus store is anite well patron
i7Al. While there bas been some fall'
I . . z 1 a. . I &L... 1 I tnm KUkL-u
IVnJ,""T;T.7h.h: .ns-on. having sold bis city property
lucio I... K.nht Ka (turn Hrown uronerty.
winter montns. " . n,;tin.n n,l will
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dano left yes- mo ou to bis new home. Mr.
tnrdav overland for Klamath rails, Rrown baa ourcbased a bouse of Ceo.
Ore., to be eone a monin. iuej wm waau and will move it unto a lot iiur-
I drive from here to Tbe Dalles and then I CUBged by himself. They have also
so south from there. Mr. Dano bas -old iffDt fine city lots aud a real-
driven to Klamatn ueiore. ana nis 1. denoe belonslnir to nouert r.auu iu
is a pleasant trip. I Dr. J. r . Watt.
W. B. Strowbridge has just com
pleted new sif,ns of undertaking par
lor windows ot J. K. NicholH.
R A. Huntley, commissioner of
horticulture lor the state of Washing
ton was iu Hood Kiver Tuesday.
I'rauk A. Cram has engaged the soi
vices ot1 Mr. llrass, of Portland, to at
tend to his advertising, mid will start
a progressive campaign along that
lino, lie his also engaged 1. K. Levy
of San Francisco, who will have
charge of tho dry goods dopurtnieut.
A "strawberry carnival" sale has
been inaugurated, 1111 1 an extra force
of clerks secured
Peter Smith received fatal injuries
in a runuway acciiient ai irout uane
Mouduy, from which he died at uine
o'clock in tho oei.iiig. Mr. Smith
leaves a family to mourn his loss. The
funeial was held at Z.M yesterday ni
tornoon at Trout Lake. J. B. Nich
ols had charge 01 the funeral arrange-
H. J. Onger, of North Yakima, is
in the city with a view to locating
here. Mr. (lager intends to work
hure for a vear before investing, aud
as he has several years' experience iu
fruit in North 1 ultima, wuere ue
owns a fruit ranoh, he will I ave no
difficulty in rinding plenty of work.
He is much pleased with the looks of
Mrs. Eva Hull, daughter of B. F.
Helen and wife of J. Ii. Hail, former
ly of Hood Kiver but now living ut
Lylo, Wash., was brought to the Hood
Uiver hospital last week, suffering
from typhoid fever, nor condition
is very critioul, but she has sliowu
some improvement the last few days,
and hopes are eutertained of her re
covery. The ladies of the Hospital Club wish
to thank those who so kindly contrib
uted aud patronized the dinner and
supper that was given last Friday.
The next meeting of the club will be
held Monday, May 8, at tbe residence
of Mm. Levi Clarke. Everyone inter
ested In the work of the club are most
cordially invited to attend and be
oome members of this permanent or
gauization. Mrs. Mary C. C. Bradford will lec
ture at M. E. Church this evening on
Wona j'b Suffrage. She is a practical,
brilliant woman who has long been
olantiHnil with the reforms aud phil
anthropies of her stute, and is orlo ot
the finest lecturers on the American
iilut.f.irm. She was formerly presi
dent of the Colorado Federation of
Woman's Clubs. Come and Hour what
Woman's Sulfrage has done for Colo
rado. Admission free, freewill 011
MnrU K. Thomas proved up 011 his
hnniAHtHBil Tuesday before U. S. Com
ttiiyuionor ('rather. Mr Thomas has
a viiluuble claim just east of the i'ine
Cpuva kuibool. Mr. Thoinus lius Dcen
rlriintr nnlllA cariienter work for Mr
Davis, who bought the Carl Oilinore
flluPA ut. fine (irovo. and iu using u
chisel while ceiling up the porch, hit
it a glancing blow, which cuuseu 11 10
full, striking him on the bridge 01
tliA nose. It cut a deed gash and laid
bim up tor couple ot days, nut 110
serious injury resulted.
N. B Harvey, proprietor of the Mil
waukee Nurseries, was in the city
Mouday finishing his delivenes 01
trees for this season. He says that
they have sent out V),im trees this
season, a large uuinl-er of which came
to Hood Kiver. iseany nun 01 men
sales of apple trees iu the Willamette
valley have teen Spitzeubergs, tbe
balaiiLe being the ordinary varieties.
They have put out a good many cher
ries in Eastern Oregon, and also Bold
many prune trees in various localities.
Mr Harvey says that tbe valley hat
"gone crazy" on English walnuts.
Th rlantini! of these tiees has been
I very geneial in that locality.
Coo. P. Kuowles went to Portland
yesterday nlteruoou. I
Jos. Kuroher, recently from Califor
nia, spout a few days lu the valley
this woek looking for a location.
Ho was much pleased with the valley,
and may oonolude to looate here.
Ceo. H. Hime, secretary of the Ore
gon Histirionl society, was a delegate
from Portland to the ministers' meet
iug here this week, and loft yesterday
noon for Pendleton.
F. Blythe brought In a ben's egg
yesterday that was as large as a tur
key's egg. aud saysjhat he Is devel
oping 1-tier hen fruit out on bis ranch
by feeding the poultry outs onoe
The sewer gang, lu diggiug under
the water pipe on Sherman avenue,
Monday, ullowod it to oave down and
oome apart, whioh caused a shutting
off of the water for a oouple of hours
while It was being repaired.
Tim Brodeur, employed at Snow &
Upson's black' mlth shop, has had to
nn it work for a few davs on aooount
of sciutio rheumutism. He Is muoh
improved aud expects to go to worn
again next week.
H. F. Davidson ii putting up now
awnings on the south and west sides
ot his cement building, which will
add to the looks of the building as
well at to the comfort of the touants.
Chus. Kneoht, of Albany, Ore., an
old friend of B. E. Golf, spent a
couple of days here this week. Mr.
Kneoht was formerly of the firm of
KtiAnllt & Miser, ut Albauy. aud is
lookiug for a business location. He
was much pleased Wltu lioou mver.
Cleric Dak in, of the local oamp or
M. W. A., received an order this ween
for 1,000 to pay the death olaiin of J.
U. Johusou, who was killed in the val
ley a mouth ago while blowing stumps.
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Hie mouoy will oe puiu to wie muui,
Mrs. Anna Johnson.
JoeWilsou says that his olHoe is any
where on Oak street from the Paris
Fair to tho Oregon Lumber Co., and
if not fouud. subscriptions for the re-
loif fund can bo left at either bank,
who will receipt for the same.
Miko Welch, the veterinary sur
geon, is the ouiy iiceuseu oiiu
iu this end or tne county, auu i u
ing Kept pretty busy, not only In
this valley, but across the river, and
frequently has calls in the eastern
part of the county, us well as up and
down the river ou the north bauk.
Axel Kahm is awaiting the sale of
his beautiful ten-acre ranch a mile
from town, so that be can move out
to his quarter section adjoining the
Kordeu place and develop it. Mr.
Kahm haa an ideal home where bo now
lives, and it should not wuit long for
Miss Mue McMuhon, of Hood Kiv
er, Ore., waa ono of the fortunate
winneis of a prize credit certificate
in the mammoth publicity word con
test recently couductod by Eilors
Piano House, the popular piano uud
orgau dealers of Portland, but being
unable to take advantage ot this cor
nn.ut unit transferred it to W. B.
Coulter, or Hood Kiver, who applied
it toward the purchase of a beautiful
llobart M. Cable piuuo.
The Electric Light aud Water Co.
expect to have their new reservoir
completed by the Hrs'. ot the month,
or nearly so, aud will have pleuty of
water for irrigating oy iubi. wiur.
W hile fixing the reservoir about ball
of the water escapes, so that it iB mak
ing a shortage iu the supply for do
mestio use on the upper system. itn
the new improvement, however, tb
surplus water can lie stored so that
during the night, when very little is
being used, it can accumulate for use
rlnrinu the day. aud there will be
ample for all purposes.