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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1906)
8 We Close at 6:30 p. m.
We Do Not Sell Goods
(Town and Country)
Shirts for Ladies
See Big Display
in Center Isle
(1 One -Half Price
NO ROOM FOR TRASHY
SWEAT SHOP PLUNDER
would it not be well for you to keep
your. head cool when you 60 to buy things
to wear. is it not well to deal during
theje "reduction timej" with the .store
that triej to give you good valued all
the year 'round? remember if you get
bit in buying things to wear that you
mu-st jtay bit until you wear them out
or, give them away. either 1-5 expen
sive. 5 it not even better to give away
vn.sryli.sh garments than wear them?
appropriate apparels make.s that com
fortable feeling. lot.s of "faking" i j
done nowadays by .illegitimate .stored,
legitimate tore, however, make real
reductions now on goodj they carried
regularly but which they wish to close
OUT BEFORE THE SEASON CHANGES. WE
HAVN'T A GREAT MANY SUMMER GOODS To
CLOSE OUT. OUR TRADE FOR THIS SEASON
HAVING BEEN GOOD, So WE CAN AFFORD To
MAKE LOW PRICES ON WASH GOODS, MUSLIN
UNDERWEAR SUITS, SEPARATE SKIRTS,
WAISTS, SHOES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS.
RESPECTFULLY, FRANK A. CRAM.
THE UP-TO-DATE STORE
Men's and Boys'
Men's Up-to-Date Clothing
Every Suit Cut
to the Quick
niTR nnsTnMP.PS att.
DEPEND ON OUR GOODS Q
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
The Dietz Studio for photos.
Mr. Bartmess is on a cbbIi basis.
Kinisning for amateurs at Deitz Stu
dio. Newest, best fishing tackle at McDon
ald's. Fresh Columbia river salmon at Mc
Push, pluck and prices. Vogt Bros.
Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at
Bicycle enamel at McDonald's, Square
Bicycles for sale und for rent at Dodge
Bros. & Keid's.
Fresh Olympla and Eastern oysters at
the Gem Candy Kitchen.
Finest line of lap dusters ever shown
in the city at S. J. Frank's harness shop
New Orleans Molasses in bulk and
cans at Jackson's,
Just received at McDonalds, half ton
Three pounds halibut 25c at McGuire
For Masury's colors in oil go to Mc
Donald's. Something new Puffed Klee Candy,
at the Gem Canday Kitchen.
Suit mackerel, -eastern white tish and
pickled salmon at Jackson's.
Monpy'saved by buying your flour
and feed from McDonald.
The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
candy every day.
Lettuce, cabbage, rhubarb, asparagUB
at McGuire Bros.
Maple Syrup and New York State
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
If you want cracked corn for chicken
feed go to McDonald.
Fresh h'ali at McGuire Bros, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Friday-).
McDonald cells house paints. It will
pay you to get prices from him before
II you are wanting a tent it will pay
you to get prices at S. J. Frank's har
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
Constipation makes the cold drag
alnng. Get it out of you. Take Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cough
svnip. Contains no opiates. Williams'
II yon want something good get Ben
sons's fancy new potato. They look
good, taste good and if you eat them
they will make you feel good.
S nier Diarrhoea in Children.
During the hot weather of the sum
mer months the first unnatural loose
ness of a child's bowels should always
have immediate attention, so as to
check the di-ease before it becomes
serious. All that is necessnry is a few
doses of Ctinnilioi Iain's Colic, Cholera
i.nd Diarrhoea liemcdy fo lowed by
dose of eHster oil to cleanse the system.
Itev. M. 0. Stockland, Pastor of the first
M. K. Church, Little Falls, Minn ,
writes: We have ued Chaimberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
for several years and find it a very val
uable retmdv, espec ally for summer
disod'ers in children." Sold by KeirA
Joe Wright epeut Thursday in Fort
land. Mrs. W. E. Sheets is visiting
friends iu Portland.
L. E. Morse made a business trip
to Tbe Dalles Friday.
Fresh creamery butter and newly
laid Hood River eggs at McGuire's.
Fresh rhubarb, lettuce, green onions
and cabbage, at McGuire Bros.
Emmet Thompson to went Portland
the lattei part of the week.
Newton Clark was a passenger on
No. 2. Saturday, going west.
Leslie Butler and Geo. P. Kuowles
went to Portland Saturday afternoon.
Just received from the east, a half ton
of pure maple sugar and Bj rup at Jack
son's. Second-baud Mason & Hamlin or
gan for 135. Filers Piano House,
Mrs C. U. Robeits and son are
spending the summer at Tanglewood,
their ranch near Winans.
Doyou want the best potatoes on the
market? If so get Benson's Fancy.
They are the best in the state of Oregon
Mrs. H. C. Howell, of Wasoo, is
spending a few days with ber par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peugb.
Mrs. J. II. Wilson, of Minnedosa,
Can., is visiting her son, Ashley Wil
son, day operator at tbe depot.
Mr. aud Mrs. Porter McMillan have
returned to Hood River from Soattle,
where they spent two or three
Watch for the big circulars announc
ing Hugeins & Co.'s immense Btek re
duction sale. Prices and articles printed
in plain figures.
For sale by Emporium. Fifteen acres
two miles southwest of flood River, 10
acres in cultivation, mostly orchard, fine
land, $300 per acre. " j
Mr Byrkett of Trout Luke, was in
Hood River Friday looking after his
mother's property, having plumbing
work done, eto.
Mrs. Eleanor D. Hull, of Ft. At
kinson, Wis., arrived Friday to live
with ber son, E. T. Hull, who bas a
ranch on tbe East Side.
Fine oak piano, slightly used,
standard make, for sale at a bargain
Terms to suit purchaser. Apply to
Mrs. Dr. Durable. j21all
If yon want to buy or Bel real estate
go to Onthank & Otten. Money to
loan on first mortgages. Abstracts
and legal papers carefully prepared.
Notarial work of all kinds.
Leslie Butler bas sold bis residence
to U. D. Woodwoith, who will take
possession and move into town in the
fall, when be turns over his ranch
to Mr. Nunnemaker.
Tbe following have bought pianos
of the tilers Piano bouse recently :
Henry MoGuiie, Tim Beatty, J. E.
Nicbols and Mrs. Olsen, tbe lattei of
. Underwood. Dr. Jenkins also pur-
chased a pianola piauo.
Badger Lake, in tbe vicinity of Mt.
Hood, bas always been a favorite fish
ing place for Dalles anglers. Tbe
first ones to make tbe trip this sum
mer wore R. R. McDonald and Harry
Quimby, who have just returned.
Tbe lake is alive witb fish, tbey say,
and in an bonr one day tbey caught
JJ nnt nun nf whinh nfl lava fchnn
I foot long. The question is, whose
i foot did they use as a means of
i measurement. Chronicle.
Chas. T. Early had business in The
Jas. Moore patronized tbe local to
Tbe Dalles Tuesday.
State Superintendent Aokermau was
up from Portland, Tuesday visiting
A. H. Jewettt, of White Salmon,
went to Portland Monday, returning
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shoemaker left
Wednesday for Pendleton where tbey
will visit for a time.
Mrs. F. S. Stanley and daughter
Cornelia, of Portland, are spending a
few days at tbe borne of E. O.
W. Hanna, an Iowa cattleman, re
turned borne yesterday after spending
a couple of weeks in the valley. He is
a cousin of S. Bolton, county clerk.
Mrs. J. P. Shaw, who baa been vis
iting W. J. Baker and family and
other friends in Hood River for a
week, returned home yeseiday morn
ing to Oregon City.
Cbas. D. McGowan was in Hood
River on business Monday, returning
Tuesday morning. He was accompa
nied on his return by Al. Whitehead,
ot the Davidson Fruit Co.
Tbe ladies of tbe W. K. C. will give
an ioe cream social Friday afternoon
and evening in the State stieet sobool
grounds, near the band stand. Ice
cream and enke will be served from
1:30 o'clock on. Everyone welcome.
E. K. Barnes, of Lebanon, who had
been engaged to teach under Supt.
Grouse in tbe high ichool, bas re
signed. It is expected that E. E.
Coad, of the same town, will he ap
pointed to fill the vacancy.
A paity consisting of eight ladies
and gentlemen, most of whom were
fiom Chebalis, registered at tbe
Mount Hood hotel Tuesday evening
and Wednesday morning crossed the
river for White Salmon, where tbey
took tbe stage for Tiout Lake.
The Hawkeye Corn liusiers will
hold their annual picnio August 16,
in tbe grove at Wau-Guin-Guin. Ar
rangements are being made for a big
time, and a good attendance is de
sired. Dr. Laraway bas charge of
the affair, and is making every effort
to have it a suocess.
G. R. Castner went up tbe line yes
terday on a tour of inspection of or
ohards, In company witb R. H.
Weber, of The Dalles. Mr. Castner
rnpoits that some wormy fruit is be
in i! disposed of in The Dalles, and it
will be oue of bis duties to put a stop
Peter Loggie, president, and Carl
L. Albrecbt, traveling representative
of the North Bend Chamber of Com
merce were in Hood River yesterday
getting signatures to a petition ask
ing Congress to appropriate money to
give them an entrance in tbe baibor
with 20 feet of water at low tide. Tbe
request is a just one, and is being lib
erally signd all vrr the state.
Eddie Tayloi, son of Will D. Tay
lor, bad a leg broken a week ago by a
borse. It appears that tbe horse was
loose in tbe stall, and Mr. Taylor
went in to feed him. Tbe boy fol
lowed, and the borse in turning
pushed him over and then stepped on
bis leg, breaking it. Tbe cries of tbe
boy was the first warning tbe father
had of tbe accident. A pbyslcln was
summoned and set the injured limb,
and the boy is getting along nioely.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Tinware. Milk pans, bread jj
puns, cake pans, pie pans, pud
ding pniis, dish pans, muffin pans,
biscuit pans, palty pans, etc.
Mixing Bowls. All sizes
in yellow, brown and blue mot
tled. Thcv are very useful about
tl e kitchen. Little Prices
Artists' Mate ials. JSow
is the tiu.e to use them. Tub-?
paints, brushes, canvass, oils,
varnishes, canvass on stretchers,
academy board, etc. Little Prices
Box itatio .ery. The lat
est effects in fine society papers,
ruled and unruled. 25e to40c
f. THc BIU STUnt
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Cushion Tops. Birthday
cuhiou tops, printed Dinem and
oil printed tops. 35c to 50c
Stamped Linens. Doi
lies, (renter pieces, scarfs and table
cover in plain and hemstitched
linen. Litle Prices
Men's Fine Underwear
Very high grade silk finish shirts 1
ami drawers. il.JXJ values ior
$1 per garment.
Notions. Hair curlers, safety
pins, stocking darners, tracing
wheels, hiiir rats, dress shields,
hair pins, dress stays, toilet pins,
mending tissue, etc. Little Prices
Brushes. Hair brushes,
Tooth brnihes, nail brushes,
cl-'thes brushes, shoe brushes,
paint brushes, scrub brushes, win
do brushes, etc. Little Prices.
Shoe Polish. Blackola,
l!i iola, Jet Oil, Gilt Edge Crown,
.-mart Set, Common Black Paste,
Tan Polish, White Dressing, etc.
Hair Combs, Back and side
comb iu white shell, pearl black,
and amber. ' Newest seapes.
Cranitewear. Coffee boil
er", bread raisers, preserving ket
tles, tea kettles, stew pans, rice
boilers, dish pans, water pails, etc
Mrs. Geo. P. Crowell visited friends
in Tbe Dalles Friday.
C. H. Stranaban returned Monday
morning from Portland.
Jas. liBngille was a passeuger on
No. 1 for Portland Monday.
Mrs. Chaa. Hall left for Portland
Monday, where she will join ber
mother and go to Long Beacb for an
Jack Rand Is peddling Hood River
peaches and summer apples at the'
trains now, and putting out a fine
grade of fruit.
Miss Zella Barker returned Tuesday
to Portland after a three week's visit
to ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Baker
Mrs. Annie Kidder, of Scaudia,
Kansas, who bas betn visiing ber
brother, A- L. Pbelps, and family,
returned borne last week.
E. H. Hartwig went to Portland
Saturday afternoon where be joined
Arthur Cole and tbe two spent Sun
day at Seaside.
W. Q. Snow went to Portland Mon
day afternoon to get estimates on
iron work for a bridge for the Hood
River Irrigation District.
Ben Tbeyson left foi Portland Fri
day, where he goes to work at once
for Allen & Lewis. Mrs. They son
joined ber husband Saturday.
E. E. Jaraleman and wife, of Niag
ara Falls, visited witb Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Marshall, on the East Side, for
a few days, returning the first of the
Mrs. C. D. Nickelsen returned Sat
urday from Priueville, where she has
been at tbe bedside of ber mother,
Mrs. Goorge W. Barnes, who bas beeu
Mrs. G. F. Cramer brought in a cu
cumber that measured 13 iuobes in
length. It was a flue specimen, and
like all other Hood River products, of
Mrs. Burrell of Nebraska who has
been visiting ber daughter, Mrs. 11.
McCoy, for several weeks, returned
Staurday from a visit to Yakima aud
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McKee, of Was
co, stopped off at Hood River Friday
to visit R. P. Orr and family for a
day. Tbey were on tbeir way to
Wilhoyt Springs, in tbe Willamette
valley, and left bete on the boat.
George M. Cornwall, publisher of
the Oregon Timbeiman, and 1''. C.
Sheldon, secretary of the Lumber
Manufacturer's Association, were in
Hood River Saturday and inspected
tbe mill of tbe Oregon Lumber Co.
Mrs. F. W. MoCune came up from
Portland Saturdy morning, and went
to Tbe Dallea on No. 2. Mr. and
Mrs. MoCune are making their home
in Portland now, but will spend a few
weeks during the summor on their
ranob in the Cripper district.
Counoilman Bailey and wife leave
today for the coast where tbey expect
to spend a few weeks with M. Sunder
land at Canon Beacb about eight
miles from Seaside. Tbe trip is taken
largely to benefit Mrs. Bailey's health.
Tbey will tak a camping outfit.
There will be a K. P. social and
lawn party at the lesldenoe of George
T. Pratber Wednesay evening, August
8. Tbe grounds will be fixed up nice
ly for the occasion, refreshments
served at 6 p. m., and a good social
time bad in tbe evening.
f J in C rttnt-c Attractions added continually. You'll always find something
5 111(1 lUC wOUntcTS new and useful on them at these little prices. It will be wel1
worth your time to come in and look them over.
Earl Bartmess bad tbe misfortune
to get a beard from a piece of cheat
In bis eye baturday. it caused mm
intense pain, and the obstacle was not
found and ex ti acted until Moiday.
It was found to be an inch long, and
inflamed bla eye baldy.
Miss Julia Hill will give a talk on
art in tbe Unitarian church Thursday
Aug 9, at 2:30 p. m. She will exhibit
work in oil and water oolor and de
sign in metal work, clay modeling,
nottery. wood oarving and textile dec
oration. Tbe admission will be 25
CaDt. II Crandall. of St. Panl,
Minn., arrived Wednesday evening
on a short visit to tbe editor. Mr.
Crandall is well pleased witb the city
and valley, and may conclude to Jo
cate here. He left on the boat F"i-
day morning for Orchard, Wash.,
where be will visit friends for a few
A. J. Dellart is visiting bis ion, F
W. Dellart. wbo is in tbe employ of
tbe Oregon Lumber Ce. nt Vieoto.
Mr. Dellart has a fine farm ot lou
acres at Grant City Mo., but is so
well pleased witb this country that be
is contemplating disposing oi nis mis
souri propeity and locating in Hood
Cant. D. O. Ames and Capt. O. Q.
Weldin, boiler inspectors, were up
from Portland last week and Inspected
the steamer Maja. Tbey deride that
the boat needed a new boiler, nnri
Capt. Taylor took tbe boat to Pert
land for that purpose. It comes at a
very busy time, and as tbe woik will
take a month perhaps, will be quite
an expense in time as well as tbe oost
of tbe improvements,
Miss Margaret Gatchett, of Port
land, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr.
Oscar Fiedenburg went to The
Dalles Friday to prove up on his
Miss Clara Ferden, of Portland, is
visiting Miss Amy Hteur at the home
of Mr. aud Mrs. Vm. Ganger.
Lutheran services Sunday, August .1 :
Sunday school, nt 2 p. m; English
preaching, 3 p. in. II. J. Kolli, pastor.
Miss Amy Steur, who has been at
Portland for several weeks visiting
with friends, returned to Hood River
last Friday evening.
Union Rev. Troy Shelley
pieaeh at 11 :3a Slject, "ihe
mediate state, or stale of tin
from death to the resin icct ion.
Veterinary Welch who recently
cured several valuable dogs belougoiig
to the hunting pack of iMordccni
Jones of poisoning from salmon, went
to the hunting lodge last week aud
made an examination of the rest of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcintosh
went to Hood Uiver this morning
with the intention of camping along
some of the creeks. They will he
joined later by MissGussie Mcintosh.
M. F. Hill, of Goldendale, spent
Saturday at Hood Kivei. Mr. Hill is
interested in the maniifiictiire of
wooden water pipe and has been at
White Salmon mid Hood kiver ui'd
other place nearby recently in the
interest of his business.
Miss Amie Walton, wh.) has been
oonflned to her home with a severe nt
taok of quiusey, Iihb so fur recovered
as to be able to be about again, und
while not able to resume the doties
of her position at lirngg's. storo ut
present, is recuperating rapidly.
H. J. Miller, traveling passenger
agent for the- Chicago and Noithncst
ern railroad, made a pleasant call at
the Gb.cier oillce Tuesday. Mr. Mil
ler succeeds Chas. J. Gray, who is
now with a large steel nmiiufcluriiig
concern lit Portland. The fiiruier has
just returned from eastern Oregon
where he has been looking after the
wool shipments over his road.
The Congrcgat ionul church has
gi anted its pastor, Itev. W. C. Gil
more, a month's vacation. There will
be no services until September 2, ex
cept the Sunday school, which is un
der the efficient leadership of E. E.
Goff. The fins sea uro i.ll pi or bind
with touchers und make the Sunday
school home one to be tin joyed. Die
congiegHtion Is invited to visit the
Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Forest Reserve inspector Calhoun
was ud Suturday at the leanest, of the
Staulev-Siuith Lumber company, who
wish to take watur one or tnree lakes
in the reserve iu the vicinity of their
mill, for the purpose ot increasing
tbe capacity of their pond at Green
Point. It will be necessary to get a
nermit from Washington, although a
tomporary permit may be granted by
Mr. Calhoun, lie sees iu objection
to it, as It will uot lower the water in
tbe lakes to the extent of doing uny
A new road is being laid out and
worked from u short distance south of
the Cranner school, to the Stanley-
Smith mill at Green Point. It shoit-
ens the old road a littlo, luit t he prin
cipal object in the new road is to get
better grade, ami also 10 open up
new country to a number of home
steads. There are a number of claims
and deeded places near Green Point
hich have no wagon road to mem,
and the new road has become a neces
sity. A gang of men are now working
tbe new roan, me wora neing volun
teer or paid for by parties interested,
and wheu completed, the county court
will be asked to accept it as a county
Mordecai Jones, who with his faml
ly went to England last full, is expect
ed to arrive Hero unoiil rtugusii .
Mr. Jones has written Iriends in this
citv that he will soon start on hn re
turn trio, it was said at the time
that he loft for i:iiglnd that he did
not intend to return, but it now
transpires th;it Mr. Jones moved his
family to his native l.nnl solely in
order that bis children imgtit lie ed
ucated there. At his hunting pre
serve in the mountains back ot Whiti
Salmon everything is being put in
readiness for the fnvoiite sport of the
owner and a big hunt is expected as
soon as be returns.
As a good many have enquired in
a suspicious manner as to the nature
ot tbe mixture that may he seen tioi
ing nearly eveiy day back of the
Glacier oftice. we will stale for the
information of the public that it i
no devil's cauldron or lias no culture
tion with the in.n of Uatin who is
einnlored in this olllco. The brine
that is u.-ed iu the ice niimufae' oi y
becoms weakened by the condensa
tion of water or stiatu iu the pipes.
and it Is necessary to evaporate the
water occasionally by boiling, and
also to add more salt. This is done iu
a vat, iu wbicb a (lie is built underneath,
(loos a long way toward making a poorly
written letter look well.
We are showing a line of the
VERY BEST STATIONERY
in boxes, tablets, and bulk. Envelopes in
nil shapes and colors.
To the Farmer
Do yon know onr Feed, Fresh
from the mill has Double the feed
ing value of stale feed? All the pro
gressive Dairymen are buying
feed from us. Beware of Bargain
Feed. It is worth Less than they
charge for it. We will sell you the
right kind of feed for just what it
is worth. No more, no less. Our
prices are the Market prices. Pu
tronize Home Industry. It's to
your advantage and ours.
Hood River Milling Co.
Our work guaranteed. Doltz Studio.
It is to your interest to refer to Mr
llrirtmess' ad under the new system.
A. L. Carmichael, the well known
men-hunt on the hill, is on the sick
Miss Esther Cox spent the past
week with hoi friond, Lottie Gabriel,
George Fox bas gone to Centralia,
Wasn., where he will conduct a saloon.
Dr. Cooper returned yesterday from
a trip to Iowa, where he spent a few
weeks visiting old friends aud attend
ing to busiues matters.
I'.. II. Haitwig aud Arthur Cole
le'ive next week Tuesday for the east.
Lhn former will visit hU mother at
Sliiiwano, Wis., and the latter his par
ent -i ut St. James, Minn.
A. M. Kelley, of Mt. Hood, left yes
terday for J)ale, Ore., to visit his par
ents. In order to reach tbete be will
huvo to leave the train at Peudleton,
stue it 50 miles, aud then ride 20
I or sale by Eniiorium. Five farms
in one Isidy, H20 acres, 5 improvements
cleared land with each, 7 miles from
V. bite Kilinen on Goldendale road,
p'entyof water, :K) per acre. Can lie
s I I in separate tracts for 30 days only.
1!. K. Gray returned to Poitland af
ter spending a few days ou bis ranch
at Mt. Hood. Mr. Gray has rented
the place to Kd Votaw, who will take
possession soon. Mr. Gray's brother,
ho has been looking after the place,
ill leturu to Nebraska In the fall.
''here will be a series of lectures
giveu iu tbe Unitarian church during
the month of August, by tbe pastor,
at 8 o'clock p. m., eviry Sunday, be-ff-ninir
with next Sunday, August 5.
Topic for next Suuday evening: "The
Power of "Words." No services in
the morning during August. Every
body will be made welcome,
Place your order for a nice chicken for
your Sunday dinner with McGuire Bros.
Mrs. Kggnrt came up fiom Portland
yesterday and went out to her place
J, J. Nunn, of Utah, was looking
over the valley yesterday with the
idea of locating here.
Mrs. R. K. Ilartsock, of Albany,
stopped oft ou ber way home from
Wasoo to visit Mr. and Mrs. K. P.
Tbe water bas gone down in the
river so that it was uecessary to move
tbe ferry landing back to tbe mill to
day. $15,000 worth of new and up to date
merchandise to be slaughtered away at
L. H. Muggins & Co.'s stock reduction
sale. I'.cgins Saturday, June 9th.
Misses Frances and Louise Welch,
of Portland, who h"e been visiting
Miss Mar jorle f taker for a few days,
returned home Tuesday.
C. L. Leavitt, of Newburg, bas
been visiting S. L. Young for a week
and returned home yesterday, accom
panied by Mr. Young as fur as Port
land. For sale by Emporium. Tell room
cottage and lot.seven blocks from depot,
Ilood Kiver. Newly repaired, new foun
dation, wood tibre plaster, newly painted
patent hath and toilet connected with
sewer, good location. $1000 cash.
McGuire llroe. 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 and Wednesdays.
M. W. Iliscock, who has been a pa
tient at The Dalles hospital for the
past six weeks, returned to bis home
In this city Monday. Mr. Iliscock
bas had a long siege of sickness, hav
ing been under treatment most of the
time for tbe past three months. He
is now, however, fully recovered aud
bis many trtauds are oopgratulating