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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1906)
6 Days lore
6 lore Days
Our : ladies' suit depart
mwt is a busy scene these
n days. Hundreds of happy
ladies are being fitted out
at our Strawberry Carni
val prices. Why not you.
Don't wait. We will re
serve garments if you will
ifmake a small deposit, but
iYou'11 Have to Hurry
THAT EVER.YONE LIKJ A
PLEASANT' SUR.PMSZ. M05T
PEOPLE ARE LOOKINC FOR,
PRJZE AND SURPRISES'
WHEN YoU CET NEW CLOTHED
THAT ARE BOTH, IT IS BECAUSE
YOU VENT TO THE VERY BEST
PLACE. "WHEN YoUVANTTO
BUY WHY DoNT YOU Go WHERE
THEYSELL THE PE5T ?
Copyright I9Q6 bytwc Burrc MiauH Co. chica? No. 16. "-$
FOR. THo.SE WHO DO NOT TRADE WITH JS VE
BELIEVE VE .SHOULD HAVE MANY PLEASANT
JURPRIJE IF THEY VoVLD. IF YOU WILL
LOOK OVER OUR -SPRING AND .SUMMER NOVEL
TIES YOU WILL FIND MANY THINGS NEW FOR
THIS .SEASON--NOT OLD THINES TAKEN OUT OF
STORACE BUT NEW THINC.S. FOR OUR OLD
PRTRONJ EACH PURCHASE THEY MAKE WILL
CONTINUE TO BE A PRIZE. WHEN SoME ONE
GIVES YOU SOMETHING AS A PREWIUM EoR
YOUR PURCHASE LOOK OUT. .SOMETHING FOR
NOTHING IJ NOT ARITHMETIC- A GOOD VALUE
FOR YOUR MONEY AND HAVING YOU COME BACK'
TO US FOR EVERYTHING YOU BUY 1-5. HERE ARE
.SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR
MONEY .SPRING OUT OF YOUR PURSE. OUR
PRICED WILL NOT .SCARE YOU BUT MAKE YoU
GLAD. LADIES' $1.25 BELTS. 3SC. LADIES'
$2.00 CORSETS, 46C.J MEN'S 85C BIB OVERALES
36C, MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, 38C.
FRANK A. CRAM.
THE UP-TO-DATE STORE
Our men's clothing is fair
ly melting away. Make
your selections now. We
will reserve suits at the
present prices if you make
a small deposit. Get the
low price advantages. Tts
the way to maee money
Nothing Like It
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Mr. BartmefiH is ii cash basis.
Hunt carries a line of paints.
Fresh Olympia and Eastern oysters at
the Gem Candy Kitchen.
See that dandy line of Folders at the
All the latest styles Thotos at the
Place your order for a nice chicken for
your Sunday dinner with Mctiuire Bros.
Clarke will make it easy foryou to
buy a diamond. Consult him about it.
Cranberries at McDonald's.
Maple Syrup and New York Slate
Buck Wheat at Jacksou's.
Be wise and, get your Photos at the
Watch Clarke's watches go
Fresh Columbia river salmon at Me-
Father time has left some good time
pieces at Clarke's. Begin the new year
with a clock that keeps perfect time.
Jnat received at' McDonalds, half ton
Something new Puffed Kice Candy,
at the Gem Canday Kitchen.
Three pounds halibut 25c at McGuire
The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
candy every day.
McGuire Bros, make their own leaf
lurd under their own brand.
For sale by Emporium. Fifteen acres
two miles southwest of Hood River, 10
acres in cultivation, mostly orchard, line
land, $300 per acre.
Come to the Deitz Studio forfirst class
Photos. Don't put it off, but get your
photos now at the Deitz Studio.
Tent poles made to order. F. !.'
Lettuce, cabbage, rhubarb, asparagus
at McGuire Bros.
If you waut cracked corn for chicken
feed go to McDonald.
How about soreeuiug that porch in?
F. G. Coe can do it to suit you.
Fresh fish halibut, salmon and
smelts, at .McGuire Bros.
Do you need a carpenter to do that
odd job? Call up F. G. Coe, phone
Newest, best fishing tackle at McDonald's.
For rent by Kmporium. Nice furn-!
isbed room for gentleman. $10 per
For sale bv Emporium. Ten room
cottage and lot, seven blocks from depot,
Hood Kiver. Newly repaired, new foun
dation, wood fibre plaster, newly painted
patent bath and toilet connected with
sewer, good location. $1(100 cash.
If you want to buy or sell real estate
go to Ontliauk & Otteu. Money to
loan ou first mortgages. Abstracts ,
and legal papers carefully prepared, j
Notarial work of all kinds.
Fresh creamery butter and newly ,
laiH HnnH Riuer cKBB at McGuire s
. .". .1 ( ( .1... .w,.'.l.l.ll !
"Are nt mev nuc, urn ii'i'"'"' 11
diet of the De'iU Photos.
It is to your interest to refer to Mr
Bartniess'-ad under the new system.
Fresh White Salmon asparagus nt
carpenter shop nd look o"or hi col
lection of designs. n can ran .-
Do yo w"t a piece of Misi
''urn'itore; made just exactly to
ou? If so, call on F. G. Coe at
Reduction In Flour and Feed.
Special cash price on Flour and Feed
at warehouse. Bran $14 per ton; charts,
$10 per ton; Hour, $4 per barrel. 1).
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.
Salt mackerel, eastern white fish and
pickled salmon at Jackson's.
If you are looking for a nice little
home cheap, call on Onthank & Otten.
They have just the thing.
Fresh fish atMuliuire Bros, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays.
Just received from the east, a half ton
of pure maple sugar and syrup at Jackson's.
Freeh rhubarb, lettuce, green onions
and cabbage, at McGuire Bros.
McGuire Bios, are making country
deliveries of meat on the east side of
Hood river, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Country customers desiring orders
filled should telephone their orders
Mondays mid Wednesdays.
For sale by Emporium. Five farms
in one body, 3-0 acres, 5 improvements
cleared land with each, 7 miles from
White Salmon on (ioldendale road,
plenty of water, $.'J0 per acre. Can lie
sold in separate tracts for 30 days only.
A reduction of 15 to 25 per cent in
wall puper for 110 days, at Hunt's.
'Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at
Special sale of 1000 rolls of wall paper
New Orleans Molasses in bulk and
cans at Jackson's.
Monev saved bv linving your flour
and feed from .McDonald.
If vnn are iJoinu to build or if vou
need any kind of carpenter or cabinet
work done, let us hgure with you.
Wooan save yon money. Dodgo Bros.
& Held, phone ool.
All kinds of timepieces at Clarke's
Come and look at some of them.
If your house ollice or funiture
needs repuir, cull up Dodge Bros. &
Keid, phone lifil.
I have 148 aciea of land 0 miles
from Hood Kiver, which 1 will sell at
a bargain. Will mil all or in lot to
suit purchaser. Here is a chance to
buy a piece of laud at an unheard of
price in Hood Kiver.
W. C. Dodge.
A torpid, inactive liver can produce
more bodily ills than almost anything
else. It in good to clean the system
out occasion illy. The best results are
derived from the use of DeWitt's Little
Early Risers. Reliable, effective, pleas
ant pills with u reputation. Never gripe
Sold by Williams' Pharmacy.
.Notice ti Water Consumer.
Water for irrigation, by sprinkling
nn'v, will be furnished to consumers
liviiu ou the South sides of streets
mo. .in,' Fust and West from (i:00to
:00A M. and to those living on the
North sides of the s'reets from 5:00 to
8:00 P. M.
Light And Watkr Co.
I lioir Meeting
The members of the church choirs
ol llcod River are requited to meet
at. ' the ("ongrn-'iitional ehurcb on
Thursday, nt 8:15 p. m. to prepaie
music for the Memorial eervice next
Sunday. By order of Com.
At the ( li II relies.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. in. and
8 p.m. Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep
worth League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. AH cordially invit
ed. V. I!. Evans, pastor.
St Mark's Episcopal Church. Holy
Communion at 8 o'clock; morning
praver at 11, and evening prayer at
U. B. Church Sabbath school, 0:45;
preaching, 11 a. m.; Junior services un
der the leadership of Mrs. Efiie Beeler,
8 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor meeting,
6:30; sermon by pastor, 7:30. All are
invited to any and all of these services
G. M. Beeler, pastor in charge.
Baptist church Sunday school 10
a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. ; Junior B.
V'.P. U., 3 p. m. ; evening service, 7. .'10.
Belmont M. K. Church H. C. Clark,
pastor. Services, Belmont: Sunday
school at 10 a. m. ; Class meeting at 11
a. m. ; Epworth league 7 p. in. ; preach
ing every Sunday evening and 2d Sun
day in month at 11a. m. ; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:30 p. in. Services a'
Pine Grove same as above except preac!.
ing, which is on 1st mid 3d Sundays n'
11 a. in. Crupper 1-t and 3d Sundae
at3:30; Sunday school at 2 :30. Mourn
Hood. The 4ih Sunday at U a n t. ;
Sundav school at 10 a m.
Valley Christian Sunday school at
10a. in.; pleaching at 11; V. P. S.
C. E. at 0.30 p. m. j preaching al
7 :30. Chalk talk every Sunday even
ing. We extend a cordial invitation
to all to attend the services of the
day. W. A. Elkins, pastor.
Christian Church. Services at K. of
P. hall the first, third, fourth and fifth
Sundays of each nic nth. Services at
Odell the second Sunday of each month,
VV. A. WOOD, Pastor.
' Catholic services will be held Sun
day, May 27, at 10-30 a. m., by Kev.
Bronsgeest, St. Mary's church. At
Mt. Hood, Monday, May 28.
At the Adventists church in the val
ley on Sunday at 11 o'clock, June 3,
the pastor will answer the argument
of Homer M. Street in a sheet called
"The truth about Prohibition, or has
America a faithful jury. " Everybody
come and hear, especially the voters.
L. O. Dix, Pastor.
(Lutheran services and confirmation
next Sunday, May 27, at 2 p. m.
II. J.- Kolb, Pastor.
Services at the Unitarian ohurch
next Sunday at 11 a. in., J. B. Bald
ridge, minister. Topic, "Devotion
to an Ideal." All who believe in the
higher life and service of mankind are
For a painful burn there is nothing
like DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve on the
market see that yon get the genuine.
Ask for DeWiit's. Good, too, for sun
burn, cuts, bruises, and especially rec
ommended for piles. The name E. C.
DeWitt & '., Chicago, is on every box.
Sold by Williams' Pharmacy.
All kinds of fresh and cured meats
have advanced, but we are still selling
at the same old prices, and will con
tinue to do so. Yours for business, Mc
A good complexion is impossible with
the stomach out of order, if pasty sal
low people would pay more attention to
their stomachs and less to the skin on
their faces, thev would have better com
plexions. KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA
will digest w hat yon eat a id put your
slomach back in right shape to do its
own work Kodul relieves palpitation
of the heart, flatulence, sour slomach,
Intuit burn, etc Sold by Williams'
CET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Woodenware. It would
be interesting to Voii to know of
fIl the articles in woodenware
that we carry and the best part is
Clothes BasKets. Ail
sizes in willow and chip, clothes
pins, clothes lines ami eev ..tlu-r
need for wash day Lit'lt Pliers
Butter bowls, moulds, round
and sipmre, spades, l.idl.'S. butter
paper, etc. Little Prices
Seeds. We still have plenty
of peas, sweet com, bean-., and
other varieties or bulk seeds.
Whiie Curourpy Caps j
t r Vl-s s litli. lot-; are very
i. n " v, sod c o: for sii'i'iuer car.
35c to 50c
" Fabies" Mull Caps
,'. i ut J.i. ti:a: i i i io.i.'.j upi.i ' be
;av : -ivies. J-'ic. lo 40c.
lr,firt's Wear. Mi. e-,
;,h- u.vc, le oteeJ, luotvasiiiH,
n:.dei mmi-, bit's, diain-r i lutii
Pto;k ants auditors: she-elm.-.
Ladies Hosiery. Hie
excellent value of our hosiery is
what pleases our customers.
While footed hose are fine for
warm weather. 3 pairs for "ales
BlacK Petticoats. Just
a f-r 2.5-., f S 00, and $:t...O gar
iiiHiilx left, ti e fatuous Hen-i-tta
umke Special fl OS
Ladies' Cloves. Silksaud
mercer J! -d Lisle m black, white,
gray and tan, 25c, 3.V 50c.
Notions, I Mess shields,
('res- -tirs. t binding, but-
t OS, 1.00..S .11. ijts, S.IUp I'llH'.-
eners. pins, needles, and ever.
need for the dressmaker.
We can fit your camp out com
plete. Tents, stoves, cooking
utensils, chairs, Uemniig, eic.
to VSU1 UUl iiuiu in w
jjthou'und articles im can buy heie
, t ........ - ..l
nre one ol the must inicrestl li leaiures oi our siunr. iuu-
I .tin,! it well worth til ! time so.'iit in looking over the.
for nickles that you pay dimes for elsew here.
Sheriff Sexton waa down from The
John Castner and A. J. Derby spent
Sunday iu Portland.
Joe Morton was a passenger ou No.
1 for Portland Monday.
F. C. MaBsee, of Willow Flat, made
a trip to The Dalles yesterday.
(leo. Slocom patronized the local
yesterday by a trip to The Dalles.
Mrs. Sarah Treat, of Portland, waa
the guest of Mrs. Watt last week.
E. M. Shutt, of Antelope, formerly
of Hood Kiver, passed through ou
No. 2 Friday.
Mrs. Dorranoe left Mouday for
New York, where she expects to make
her future home. H3
The W.C . T. U. ladies have started
a project to procure a drinking foun
tain for tbe city.
Mrs. W. N. Stewart, of Nebraska, is
lisiting Mrs. Henry MoCoy ami Mrs.
Ed M. Foy, manager of tbe We
uutcliee Fruit Association, was iu
Hood Hirer Monday.
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Walt. Mrs. Stewart
and Hoy Slocum took tbe local for
Poi Hand Tuesday afternoon.
Mis. (ieo. Stekoe, of Wyoth, is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Noble at Frauktou, this week.
Levi Chrinman, of Tbe Dalles, waa
down S lurday looking over the poli
tical situation as regards sheriff.
Dr. H. S. lirownton, a dentist ot
Prairie City, was looking over the
valley last week and visiting friends.
Miss Kate Earl, a nurse In Tbe Dal
les hospital, is visiting ber aunt, Mrs.
S. E. Bartmess, fir a couple of weeks.
Mrs. N. C. Chapman, of White Sal
mon, came ovet ou the ferry and
took Tuesday's afternoon train for
J. T. Nolf, county superintendent
of schools, attended the Pine Grove
school trial hero last week, returning
The ladies' aid booiety of the Con
gregational church will meet on Fri
day afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
H. S. Richmond.
W H AhflhnrA. nfTflvRfl. hua nnAiied
n riAw rKfltnurHnt. In tliA hllilrtlnff
across from Wait's feed atore, which
is CHjieu me iiuyai v-uie.
It was eported yesterday that
Ilobt. Hand had sold tbe corner op
posite the Brosius block to Dr. Eliot,
but the rumor could not be confirmed.
J. M. Confer received word Monday
oi the death of his eldest sister, Har
riet C. Musser, ut Oraugeville, HI.,
who died May 17, 1000, aged 74 years.
W. II. Perkins, of Poitland, Bpent
a few days iu Hood Kiv r, looking
over the valley, and left for tbe Bogue
Kiver country Monday.
Mrs. E. F. Keed, of Cascade
Locks, visited ber sister, Mrs. Pbil
Struhe, and friends in Hood Kiver
from Friday until Monday.
Philip Spangler Jetf for tbe Soldiers'
Home in California Monday, vbere
he will remain for a few months In tbe
hopes of benefitting bis health.
Chas. N. Clarke brought back bis
wife and daughter Monday from
Dufur, where they have been visiting
Mrs. Clarke's parents for a couple, of
Kev. W. C. Evans, of Hood River,
and Kev. B. F. Brown of Oilmer, took
the noon train for Pendleton Tuesday,
to attend tbe district conference held
tbeie this week.
Mrs. W. II. Root and family, and
her married daughter, Mrs. Johnson
and husband, arrived Monday from
Ella, Ore., where they have a rancb,
to pick strawberries.
There will lie a game in Hood River
next Sunday between tbe borne team
and the Wasco Warehouse team of Tbe
I) dies, who are considered tbe best
team iu East rn Oregon.
W. D. Rogers, the photographer,
has purchased an automobile, tbe first
one to be owned in Hood River.
There was one here for a short time
last summer, but was shipped out
Tbe Baptist Ladies' Aid will have a
window sale Saturday, May 2(1, at
lioyed's Hall on tbe bilL There will
be home-made bread, cakes and pies,
and ice cream will also be seived.
The sale should be well patronized.
Tbe new local train is being so well
patronized that another eoacb bas
been added. Tbe patrons along the
line of the local are more than pleased,
and will give it such patronage that
it will be kept on permanently.
Will Morgan went to Poitland Sat
urday afternoon to bring borne bis
wife, who bas been visiting L. B.
Clark and wife. He also visited bis
mother, Mrs. Pengb, at Montavilla,
in their new borne.
Tuesday Mr. Abbott received a tele
phone message saying that Mrs. Mor
gan had sprained ber ankla and would
he compelled to stay in Portland a few
if J. Otteu aud F. C. Stauffer were
passengen for Portland on train 1 yes
S. W. Tomliuson, ariived from Ash
wood, Ore., yesterday and will spend
Borne time on his laud at Mt. Hood.
The boys began peddling strawber
ries at tbe trains yesterday. They
have to take out a license of fit a week
or fti a month, and three licenses
were Issued Mouday.
Dr. Uavey closed his ollice hree aud
will go to Condon this week, where ho
will practice medicine. Dr. Uavey has
made many friends duiing his short
stay among us, aud we regret to lose
Ceorge Winchell, sou ot V. Winohell,
of Pine drove, was operated on Mou
day by Drs. Colfee and Shaw for ap
pendicitis aud a complication of septic
peiitouitis, is recovering. Hu also
bas an attack of tbe measles.
L. E. Morse is attending the (Irimd
Lodge at Portland this week as dele
gate from Hood River Encampment,
1. O. O. F., and H. J. Hibbard, Ed
Mayes and E. W. Udell are delegates
from tbe subodinate lodge.
F. C. Sheireib. Ralnh Jarvis and
Hairy Hackett were called to The
Dulles Tuesday as witnesses iu a con
test of the claim of Mr. Culbroath.
Tbe contestant withdrew the suit and
paid the costs.
S. E. Bartmess filled an order for
furniture for Portland parties this
week, aud bas a oouple of more orders
iu sight for the same city. This dem
onstrates pretty clearly that Hood
River prices are lower than Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Millard, of
Portland, are visiting friends in
Hood Kiver. Mr. Millard is superin
tendent of tbe Portland Cigar Co.,
and with bis wife is spending his va
cation viewing tbe beauties of the val
ley. ; Harry E. Phelps, state attoi ney at
Britton, b. !., visited bis friend, Dr.
Jewett, of White Salmon, last week,
and came over to Hood River Satur
day. He will go as far as Los Angeles
before his return. Mr. Phelps Is look
ing for a location out in the western
Miss Ida Evans, Miss Helen Deitz
and Miss Zora Day were elected dole
gates to tbe Epworth League conven
tion at Walla Walla this week. The
two former left for Pendleton Monday
where they will attend a conference
in that city, aud the latter went di
rect to Walla Walla Tuesday, where
she will also visit friends before the
Tbe delightful booklet, "Oregon,
Washington and Idaho," Issued by
tbe passenger department of the (). If.
A N. and the "Road of a Thousand
Wonders," a description of the South
ern Pacific lines from Portland to Los
Angeles, are two excellent advertising
publications issued by tbe iliirriniaii
system which have done an immense
amount of good in making easterners
acquainted with tbe true conditions
iu tbe west. Both are widely circu
lated and are excellent publications.
The one great American play which
will always linger In the memory and
minds of the American people and is
being witnessed by more people than
any play ever written, Is "Uncle
Tom's Cabin," which will be producd
in all its entirety by a superior com
pany numbering twenty-live artists,
and assisted by the Alabama Jubilee
Singers, a pack ot Siberian blood
hounds and a band and orchestra to
A number of Madras people started
Tuesday for the strawhrery Holds of
Hood River on an outing t nir and
berry picking expedition. They ex
pect to be away about six weeks. In
cluded in the party were: J. T. Smith
and family, W. J. Cowherd and family
Miss Maud Phillips and Mertin Mort
more, of Madras, 1. V. Limlmugh and
family, Mrs. F. K. Evans and child
ren, 11. L. Evans aud Kay Stamp, of
Opal prairie. Pioneer.
Gov. Chamberlain arrived ou train
2 Tuesday and was met at t.'ie depot
by the Democratic committee, and
took a drive out through the valley
in the aiteruoon. A fair crowd as
sembled at the opera house in the
evening aud listened to bis campaign
speech. H. F. lily the was chairman
of the m etiug and made the opening
speech, after which he introduced the
governor. J. D. Matlock, candidate
for state treasurer, came up on the
evening train, but did not airive in
time to address the meeting.
Three Have Died.
Undertaker Nichols was summoned
to Collins Friday to take charge ot
tbe remains of one of the laborers
who were so badly burned by the pow
der explosion a couple of weeks ago,
and Saturday another one died. Witb
tbe foreman, who died tbe next day
after tbe accident, this makes three
deaths from the explosion. 'The
fourth man is still in a precarious
condition and bis life is dispaiied ot
Wo jiro showing a fino lino of Whiting' & Ea
ton, Huriburt's .Stationery. Also fancy pa
per iu bulk. Call and look it over. It is
sure to ilease you.
Full line just arrived Ledgers, Journals,
Cash Books, Day Hooks, Desk Blotters, Rec
ord Books and everything in the Memoran
dum and Time Book line.
Picture Frames made to order at
Are You Patriotic?
If so patronize Home
Industry. Use Hood
River Flour and Feed.
Come right down to
the mill and get your
Feed fresh and see how
much farther it will go
Hood River Milling Co,
KILLED ON TRESTLE
BY LOCAL TRAIN
Monday afteruoon tbe new local
train struck Martin Knlsch on the
high trestle uear tbe boat landing,
knocking him otf on to the ground
thirty feet below, from the ellect-i of
which be died fifteen minutes later.
Tbe road makes a sharp ourvo just
east oi the trestle, where it rounds
the high hhitf, and and the engineer
asw a man on the trestle, as he
rounded the curve. He was apparent
ly sitting outside of the rail on the
ties when seen, but the train oould
not be stopped, and be was struck
with territlio force by the engine.
The train was stopped aud the injured
man taken aboard. He was uncon
scious when picked up, and died
shortly after reaching the station. He
was carried into the bagguge room and
Dr. Watt summond, who made a hasty
examination, and concluded he was
badly Injured internally. No outside
bruises were noticeable.
A letter was found in his pocket ad
dressed to "Mr. Martin Kiiiscb, Van
couver, Wash.," from H. W. Harri
son, at Moutesuuo, Wash. A bill was
also found for a small amount, ad
dressed to the same name. No one
around tbe station seemed to know
him. He was apparently between fifty
aud sixty years old, and dressed as a
Later it developed that be came up
ou tbe steamer Spencer witb Jas. Mo-'
Kinney and family from Vancouver,
Wash., to pick sta wherries. The Mo
Kinney family were to wait on the
beach while Mr. Kuiscb went up town
to get something to eat. He started
up the track and was caught on tbe
trestle with tbe above result.
Mr. Knisch sold a farm recently and
had been making bis borne at tbe Sis
ter's Home at Vancouver, who were
notilled of his deatb and instructed
Undertaker Nichols to forward the
body to them for burial. I'e bad
tl,UU0 in tbe bank at Vancouver aud
no relatives in this part of .tbe coun
try that bis friends were aware of.
Iu accordance with the provisions
of a resolution unanimously adopted
by Can by Post, O. A. K., autboriizug
the mayor of Hood Kiver to request
that all business houses be closed a
of tbe day, May ISO, l'.MXJ. 1 bereby
lespeotfully request all tbe business
men within the city limits to close
their places of business from tbe hour
of one o'clock p. m. to lour o'clock
p. m. ou May '.), VM, this being the
fortieth anniversary of Memorial Day.
Let us all unite in honoring the fallen
A. 8. KLOWEKS, Mayor.
Epworth League Anniversary.
Sunday was the anniversary of the
Kpwortb league, and anniversary ser
vices were held at the M. K. Church.
There was also a public installation of
olllcers, who are us folio as: tSH3
(J iss Helen Deitz, pres. ; Prof.
Crouse, 1st vice-pres. ; Ida Wright, i!d
vico-pres. ; 1'earl liradley, ;td vice
pres. ; Ida Kvans, 4th vice-pres. ; Alva
Day, see. ; Mrs. K. K. liradley, treas.
Scorpions at The Dalles.
Scorpions are not u ual visitors to
Dalles homes. In fact we do not re
member of having heard of one honor
ing our residents with its presence un
til Joe lleroux showed us a bottled
one this morning and said it bad made
its appearance in the bathroom of bis
sister's borne ou West Fourth street a
few days ago. Across the street from
Mrs. Uordion's is a rocky ledge and
Mr. Scorpion probably ventured forth
from bis biding place beneath these
rocks only to get in a pickle, for ha
was swept into a dust pan and Bualjy
pickled in alchol. He is about two
and a bait inches in length and is de
cidedly vicious looking. Chronicle.
If you need screen doors, window
screens or meat safes, don't forget F,
U. Coe. Carpeutering. Pbone 571.