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We Close at 6:30 p. m. Except Saturday
New Plaid Skirts
Latest Autum Waists
Swell Dress Goods, SilKs, Trimming's
The Newest Effects in Trimming Buttons, Notms and Dress Findings. Watch this Model
Store for all the Modern Ideas in everything to wear. We will offer nothing but what is
New and Right, at any pi ice. We are Strictly Reliable
THE UP-TO-DATE STORE
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Sell Goods on Sunday H
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Tho Dielz Studio for photos.
Mr. Rartmess U on a cash basis.
Finisning for amateurs at Peitz Stu
dio. Fresh Columbia river salmon at Mc
Olives in bulk, bottles ami cans at
Fresh Olymtila and Eastern oysters at
the (iiiiu Candy Kitchen.
Finuht line of lap dusters ever shown
in the city at 8. J. Frank's harness shop
Place your order for a nice chicken for
your Sunday dinner with McGuire Bros.
No Orleans Molasses in bulk and
cans ut JarkHon's.
Three pounds halibut -'5c at McGuire
Something new Puffed Rice Candy,
at the Gem Canday Kitchen.
8a, t mackerel, eastern white fish and
pickled salmon at Jackson's.
The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
candy every day.
Maple Syrup and New York Stat'
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
Fresh fish at McGuire Bros, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays.
If von are wanting a tent it will pay
you to get prices at S. J. Frank's har
The Oitv Market has installed a new
Silent Ituffalo Meat Cutter, which is
one of tlm best and latest sausage ma
chine. They have an experienced man
in charge, and keep on hand a full sup
ply hi sausage of all kinds.
A world of iiuth in a few words:
"Nearly all other cough cureB are con
stipating, especially those containing
opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey
ami Tar moves the bowels. Contains
no opiates." You can get it at Wil
Constipation makes the cold drug
ul ing. Get it out of you. Take Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cough
svrup. Contains no opiates. Williams'
- Axel t'rease, all brands on the market,
an be found at S. J. Frank's.
To Mr. and Mrs. Emory Davenport,
Avgust 16, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Benson,
August 15, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs, Robert Chapman,
August 17, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wheeler.
August 20, a boy.
To Mr. and Mis. Sanford Tate,
August 21, a girl.
To Mr. and Mis. Alexander Martin,
Thursday, August 9, a boy.
Summer Diarrhoea in Children.
During the hot weather of the sum
mer months tho tlrst unnatural loose
ness of a child's bowels should always
have immediate attention, so as to
check the disease before it becomes
serious. All that is necessary in a few
doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
(,nd Diarrhoea Remedy fo lowed by a
dose of caster oil to cleanse the system.
Rev. M. 0. Stockland, Pastor of the first
M. K. Church, Little Falls, Minn.,
writes: We have ued Chaimherlain's
Colic, Cho'era and Diarrhoea Remedy
for several years and find it a very val
uable remedy, espec ally for summer
disoders in children." Sold by Keir &
Our work guaranteed. Deitz Studio.
Fresh vegetables daily at Alcorn's
F. E. Strang made a business trip
to Portland Monday.
Fresh rhubarb, lettuce, green onions
and cabbage, at McGuire Bros.
Mrs. 1). O. Entrioan is visiting at
St. Martin's Springs.
Fine, fat, plump chickens, for Sunday
dinner, at Alcorn s.
Mrs. Ida M. Crapper was a passen
ger to Portland Monday.
It is to your interest torefer to Mr
Bartmess' ad under the new system.
Miss Poole weut to The Dalles Mon
day on a visit to friends.
P S Davidson returned last week
from a trip to Coeui d'Aleue, Idaho.
Fresh creamery butter and newly
laid Hood River egge at McGuire's.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Butler went
to Portalnd on No. 1 Monday to visit
Mrs. W. II. Boyle aud daughters
are visiting relatives iu Kansas and
Miss Lela Kelsay, of Myrtle Creek,
Ore., is visiting her sister, Mis. Geo.
M. M. Hill and V. C. Brock and fam
ilies went to Camp Overall this week
for au outing.
Fresh fish, crabs and shrimp, Thurs
days, Fridays and Saturdays, at Al
corn's City Market.
J. E. Nichols is assisting iu the
First National lank during the vaca
tion of Assisstsnt Cashier Brook.
Watch for the big circulars announc
ing Huggins & Co.'s immense stock re
duction sale Prices and articles printed
in plain figures.
Mrs. W. J. Paker aud family, H. T.
DeWitt and wile and S. F. Fouts re
turned from Mineral Springs, where
they have bet n camping for a oouple
All kinds of fresh and cured meats
have advanced, but we are still selling
at the Bamt !d prices, and will con
tinue to do so. Yours for business, Mc
Mrs. D. R. Norton went to Seaside
this week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Joues, of Portand. She will
spend a few weeks at that resort, and
will be joined later by Mr. Nortou.
If you want to buy or sell real estate
gotoOntliank & Otteu. Money to
loan on first mortgages. Abstracts
and legal papers carefully prepared.
Notarial work of all kinds.
Mrs. W. J. Campbell arrived Tues
day from the .Last, and joined her
husband, who has been here with
their sou for a couple of weeks. They
will go to housekeeping in the city
for the present.
Mviggs Bartmess is taking a practi
cal course of electrical engineering in
the Westinghouse shops at Wilmings-
I burg, Pa. It is iu connection with
his college course and win lane iwo
years to complete it.
The steamer Maja arrived Tuesday
from Portland with a brand new
boiler aud otherwise refitted aud re
paired. She went on her usual run im
mediately, and wil be iu better shape
than ever to take care of business.
McGuire Bros, 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.
Mrs. U. A. Clarke visited her fath
er, Rev. Ray Palmer, at Portland, last
L. M. Wood, iu company with his
brothers from Vancouver, went to
H. C. Coe returned from Portland
Monday where he spent a few days
with bis family.
Manager Me rill went to M osier
Thursday iu connection with the tele
E. Quackenbush, who has beeu tak
iug an outing in Hood River, went to
Murray Kay went to Portland
Thursday on business oonneoted with
the tewo'r for the city.
Mrs. Fred Dietz and daughter left
on Monday for Clatsop beach to visit
friends and take an outing.
Mrs. Davis returned to her home
at East Prairie, Neb., after viBit to
ber nephew, O. B. Hartley.
A. D. Dabuey retimed last Saturday
from a two weeks' outing at the
beacb. His father looked after the
store during his absence.
T. Ben Turnbangh, of liloomtield.
Mo, was in Hood River last week vis
iting bis old friend, L. II. Huggins.
Mr. 'i'nrnbangb is looking for an
opening on the coast for a jewelry
F. E. L. Beat, of the biological em
vey department of the U. S. depart
ment of agricutlure, is spending a
couple if weeks in Hood River study
ing the native blid and insects,
whether harmful or benenoial.
Roy Spiout, son of Boyd Sproat,
now living at Beavertou, Ore., whh
badly injured last week. While rid
ing a pony the animal ran into a barli
wire fence, nearly cutting off one
foot of the boy. He was taken to the
hospital aud will get along all right
unless blood poisoning should set iu.
A special, having on board Julius
Kinttsohnitt, director of operation
aud maintenance of the Haniman sys
tem, General Manager O'Brien and
Division Superintendent Campbell,
passed through Hood River Thursday.
Mr KruttBcbnitt was on his way to
Chicago, and was being aoompaned
pait of the way by the other otlloiels.
Chas. Brewer, of Belfry, Mont.,
spent a few days with his old friend,
A. C. Buck. Mr. Brewer has visited
otbei parts of the coast, and is look
ing around with a view of locating
should he find a place that suits him
better than Montana. He was well
pleased with Hood River and may be
back to stay some time in the future.
U. E. Williams was called to Hood
River Saturday morning from Keno
saw, Neb., on acoount of the death of
bis nephew, little Frampton Brosius.
Ed is looking much better than when
he went away, and says that the clim
ate of Aiizona did him much good
last winter, and be intends to return
there October 1. He will go back to
Nebraska in a few days.
The funeral of little Frampton Bro
sius was held at the family residence
Saturday afternoon, Revs. Gilmore
and Hersbuer officiating. Mrs Sletten
sang two solos for the occasion. Un
dertaker Nichols bad charge of the
funeral arrangements. Many friends
and neighbors paid their last respects
and followed the remains to Idlewilde
cemetery. Ihe floral tributes were
many and beautiful. G. E. Williams,
brother of Mrs. Brosius, arrived from
Nebraska la time for the funeral.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Special. Babies' Mull, and Hood River Souvenir. ForMl-Udy'iHwr.SiJe
S?s embroidered Caps aid li;Oks c n a:nin 'ttrnc'i e heal combs, back combs, shell and
Dutch Bonnets. Very pretty view, beau iful cover, hue to ,r- curlers. '..
Great b.irgains at 15 cents. seed to yonr eastern friends 35c etc Pr""'
, ... PicKlintt Time will soon be Cushion Tops. For porch
Lamps for parlor library don'tT.rget we carry stone .t lawn. Oil printed. You can
kiichen.sewing o Tfromthe s'mahest U, tne la.g- a-b them. Vdy to flip on
night lamps, Rochester bu nier. t ,,l,ion. 5c
Boy. Washable Bnste, New Music We're getting
Brown 2-piece suits with be:is. it every day, all the new popular , ,
Clean, Sensible :arinenl for lit- hits. Come in and try them over B 1 "18' L' tUe p rf
tie lads. $lasiM' We are up to date on popular mu- hilt noxes, eic. i me
. , B'c- White Goods. Beautiful
Men's Underwear. Last rf,K R.rnrdt. materials for Urease, Waists, etc.
week we advertised a special in Phonograph Kecorai. Exclusive pstternt. Our little
this line. Sold out entirely. This A lug lot oi new ones just iu, vo- " "ra doubly attract
week oor 25c. garments will go cal, instrumental and comic, come P"48 maM lnera aouD1y ,uratl-
s quiekly. Better see then.. and hear them. '
Wp want to Know ,..'1 ii-ill nivA vim vmir cli olee of a beautiful silverolatedl
T T f - I1IU iV.1 v ' l f in j
Pie Knife, Cold Meat Fork or Gravy Ladle next Saturday for 15c which is only a part of their cost, but you
I must mention tnis aa.
Misses Clnra and Jndah Gatchett,
of Portland, visited their sister, Mrs.
E. T. Cams, last week.
Chief Enigneer Bosohe, inspected
the work on the new ruilroad bridge
tho latter part of the week.
Mrs. Dr. Shnckleford, of The
Dalles, came down Friday on a vit-it
to Capt. II. C. Coe aud daughter.
Miss Stella Richardson returned
from Portland Thursday, where she
spent her vacation visiting friends.
Misses Prudenco and Beulah Puller
son, of The Dalles, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. 1. Slououi over Hun
day. Miss E. M. Harnett returned to
Portland Thuisdiiy after a visit with
fliends in Hood Kivei lor a lew
weeks. Commissioner Hibbard returned
from The Dalles Monday lu company
with Judge Lake and Attorney Fred
A. Rodeuheisor came iu on No. 1
Monday from Antelope aud will spend
some time on his ranch at Mount
Mrs. D. Rowels and Miss Jennie
McMillan, of LaCrosso, Wis., arrived
Tuesday on a visit to Mrs. P. S. Dav
Henry McGuire and ftimiyl and his
brother, Grant McGuire, of the Wil
lamette valley, aie camping on tho
Littlo White Salmon.
Miss Kate Davenport, of Monier,
and Miss Gunning, of The Dalles, io-
titrued home Thursday alter a visit lu
Hood River for a tew days.
Rev. J. U. Spight hud an attack oi
rheumatism aud other complication i,
following his apparent recovery from
typhoid fever, and Thursday he was
taken to a Portland hostpital for
Mis. ("'has. Jones and family have
come in from Mount Hood to be ready
for the opening of school. Mr. Jones
will stay out and continue to drive
the stage to Cloud Capp 1 (in from ti e
.1 T. Ilolnmn has sold his meat
market and one o! tint t uiidings to C.
Barnes, who will continue ino
market. Edgar Hotmail is worKing
foi Mr. Ii. ines m the market, flir.
Ilolman will continue to run tne gro
E. B. Lundy. of the firm of Ijoudon
it Powers, who are extensively inter
ested in orcharl laml in tne iviounc
Hood section, spent huu.iay on urn
ranch. Mr. Lundy says ttiat tneir
plaoes aro nil looking line.
Mrs. Walter McGregor ami daughter,
of Now Westminister, 11. C, formerly
old residents of Hood River, visited
K. McGregor and wile at aiosior,
last week and also spent a couple of
days iu and around Hood River.
Max Leonard, who has had charge
of the baggi go and expiess nt the de
pot for two years, and Ashley Wilson,
who has been tne oper uui iui uuum
the same itiigth of time, h it, last week
for Portland, where they expect ouiei
positions that will be in line of pro
motions. Carl P. Ross takes tho po
sition of Mr. Leonard and C. S.
Smith that of Mr. Wilsou.
Chas. Castner writes his father that
l.o la huuiou the time ot his life. He
went as far eaHt as Hullalo, visiting
also Niagara Falls, Cleveland, and De
troit. lie expects to be homo August
25, but Mrs. Castner will remain in
Kansas for a time to complete her vis
it with relatives During their trip
they visited his father's homestead in
Michigan and his mothei's homestead
G. R. Castner has let tho contract
for his new residence to L. M. Bent
ley. The residence will cost about
&i,000 when complete. D will bo a
seven-loom Iiouho, and bui,t modern
iu every way. Mr. Castner will mine
to town as soon as the house is com
pleted, which will be located on iots
acrops from Geo. P. Cronell's resi
deuce. 11 v. iil make a Ib'.e addition
'o the alieady beautiful homes in Hint
J. R. Kinney, mail cairier on R. F.
D. No. 2, has tendered his resignation
r.o the department, to take elfect Sep
tember 1. The sala y alloued by tl e
department, together with the extra
amount made up by private subscrip
tion, is I ss than ho can vet else
where. Intact, hu i an get as moth
for his w irk alone at some other oc
cupation, without haling to keep i r
the ex pens ot a team ami rig. .o
mi huu Hi olie 1 for the i osition ns
yet, and route 2 may be without mail
delivery in ten days.
Mrs. C. II. Sprout returned Thurs
day from a Portland hospital, wl eie
she lecovered from an operation. A
goiter was successfully removed f i oin
hei neck. It was a di lieate and skill
ful operation, and entirely piiecFs-fcl
Owing to the dangei, siie cot. Id not
be given an anesthetic. I. it was kept
counting, to assuie l be '') to-s th-it
the vocal chords were nut rut I I. e
goiter had gi own fir' N H - i- if 1-ir
vein, making thi? an m :" mt
of danger. Mrs. F.nil u..ui . .mt
the ordoHl bravely, and is now quite
Wallace Shay, of Wyoth, was vlsit-
ing friends hero last week.
I George Weigel and family left this
morning by boat for Hood River for
au outing. Chronicle.
I Geo. T. Prathor and A. C. Buck are
sending' in many applications for
hunters' licenses for bportsmou.
I L. I), lioyed has been uwarded the
' contract for t he bridge of the Hood
( River Irrigation District across the
I West Folk.
Mrs. C. M. Powell left for her homo
at Wasco Thursday, after a visit of
few weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Pough.
Mr. Martin Hm-triim has disposed
i -' his propel I'v -.! I'regon Cily and he
his wife i, ill make lioi .1 River
; In ir future hen e.
There . ill be Hi) services in tho
I'l.itai ian church next, Sundny. Rev.
Riildi'hlgo will speak in the h irst Uni
tarian church if Portland on that
Joseph Douglass, of Hood Rivor,
passed through The Dalles Tuesday to
Winnie Ho will spend n couple of
weeks visiting hu mother at that
Johnnie Cafes, while working at tho
saw mill in the Wind River Lumber
Co. 's mill nt Cascade Locks last Sat
urday, was so unfortunate us to have
his right hand nearly severed. Stov.
L. Ii. (' litis had mi ankle crushed
Monday while working at the Oregon
Lumber Co.'s Mill A, near Cheuo
with. Ho ir being treated at the
Hood River hospital and getting
along nicely. No serious consequenc
es are fearc.l.
Al Kliuger, bai n man at the Trans
fer stables, was bruised up Tuosdy
and had his nriu iu a. sling. While
leading u team up from the lower part
of tin- liarii it became frightened aud
run mer him. His arm aiis stepped
on by o ie of the horses, spraining
and liubisiiig it quite badly.
II. I'. Davidson, uito and (laughter
returned Thursday from Seattle,
where they spent a week visiting
friends. They accompanied tho
"Deacon", Mrs. Chipping and Mrs.
Mne as far us Vancouver, li. C, on
the boat, lelurning to Seattle for
Mrs. E. W. Cross and childnou left
foi Everell, Wash., Sunday morning,
where she v. ill join Mr. Cross, and
where they will make their future
homo. Thru gh mi error last week,
we stated 1 1 , . . 1. tiny w onld locate lit
la'.-uiim. Mi', (ii'iiss h:.s secured a po
sition witli the (in at Not hern road at
Everett, W ,th. I heir janitor work
will be taken up by D. R. Ayresmun.
11. II Lidili I, a well known attorn
ey of Portland, accompanied by Mis.
Riddell, arrived at Hood River Fri
day evening and will spend two weeks
in and near I his city in recreation.
Mr. Riddeil is a brolhu '-in-law of Dr.
Jenkins am) has been arduously en
gaged iu pie eating the case of tho
Johnston Iii-.ih vs. Ladd ill the courts
of Portland recently in which there
is as yet no decision.
Capt. II. Ciandidl, wife aud sou, of
St. Paul, arrived Thursday and are
registered lit the Wauooma, They
have coni'ludeil to make Hood hivel
their home, aud have bought the S.
D. Garner place on Lyman Smith
avenue. 1 bat already tine place will
be improved by the erection of a mod
ern cot.ttage, and it, is their intention
to make a comfortable, attractive and
beautiful homo. We welcomo them
to the valley.
Amos Cinierwooil has been granted
a laloon license again at Underwood
alter lining closed u little over a
month. Now that tie has that busi
ness settled, ho iH trying to prevent
tho filling ol '.he railroad guide acrots
the county road to the boat lauding.
1 he un len landing was when he sold
the rigid lit inv that a trestle be put
over the road, which would allow a
wagon ro id under the track to the
river, lie intends to enforce tint
agreement,, if possible.
J. W. Clash) and wife aud W. 11
Griisle, of Milwaukee. Ore., came to
Hood River Tuesday to look over ttie
valley. Tbe gentleman comprise the
linn of (iia-ln Bros., commission met
chants, and also have a ranch in ttie
valley near Portland. E. It. Smith
ollered tu guide them through the
valley, and his oiler was accepted.
they weie much luteretted III the val
ley, and wilt iimiv fully convinced
that Hi:' d River had u.eiit mid good
methodj to back up hot reputation,
Ed Rand, son of Jack Rand, passed
through Dood River Thursday on his
way to Poltland. He is sheriffs ot
linker county and resides at Baker
City. He stopped olf one day on his
return. .Mr. Rand left here nini
years ago with a twenty-dollar gold
piece and aoayuto. Tho pony was so
small that lie wn- ashamed to ride
through the towns, although he rode
it CiU miles a day for six days. He
lias prospered, however, iu Eastern
Oregon, and when le ran for sheriff
of liaker county, was elected by i
large democratic majority in a repub
(loos a long way toward making a poorly
written letter look well.
We are showing a line of t he
VERY BEST STATIONERY
in boxes, tablets, and bulk. Envelopes in
fill shapes .and colors.
To the Farmer
Do you know our 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. Pa
tronizo Home Industry. It's to
your advantage and ours.
Hood River Milling Co.
Special prices on large meat orders, ut
J. C. Machines, of White Salmon,
was a passenger on No. 2 Tuesday.
T. Ii. Kent went to Portland 'lues-
ly on a visit to frieuds and relatives.
Mrs. 0. ('rouse and Miss Crouso
visited friends at M osier the first of
C. R. Greisen has accepted a posi
tion at Frank A. Cram's store and
will assume his new duties Septem
Rev. Walter Sklpworth, presiding
elder cf the M. E. conference, held
iiiartorly meeting at tho Hood River
Louis Solherg, of Soattlo, HpenJ sev-
eial days in the valley looking for
ranch property, and will locate here
if be tluiis a pioposltlon to sun.
Rev. Rarnes and wife left for Salt
Lake yesterday, where they will visit
relatives aud friends, and then will
visit a month iu Colorado. From
there they epxect to go to New Vork.
Sheriff Chrisman was down from
The Dalles yesterday with another
batch of distiict attorney subpoenas,
presumably for a continuation of the
election fraud inquiry.
Contractor J. M. Wright has the
contract for remodeling the house of
N. P. Sturgis, ou the lull. I'e has
also about Hnished adding a second
story to the residence bought by Dr.
Watt from Robt. Rand.
There will bo an ice cream social on
the lawn of the Valley Christian
church Friday evening, August 24,
under the. auspices of the Christian
Endeavor society. Come and bring
N. W. Rone and C. N. Clarke drove
in from their camp on Fifteen-mile
Thursday, and their families came in
by train from Dufur. Friday L. Clark
aud wife went out to the camp to
spend oouple of weeks They report
a very good time. Fishing was very
good, aud they greatly enjoyed the
A. A. Jnyno was a visitor ut The
Miss Gertrude Kinney .left for her
home in Watniu, Ore., Monday, alter
a visit with friends in Hood River.
Mr. Giel iscli, the Portland con
tractor, was in Jlood River yesterday
ou business connected with the sewer.
Miss Woruer, who is making her
home iu Hood River for the preseut
weut to Portlaond ou a visit Wednes
day. W. J. Raker this week sold the S.
D. Garner place on Lyman Smith av
enue to Capt. Crundall, of St. Paul.
Robt. Smith, of tthe Stanley-Smith
Lumber company, was here several
days this week, returning to Portland
Thus. Olson, who was shot through
the foot at Dee last week, is getting
along very nicely. The wound is
about healed, aud no trouble is antic
ipated. J. R. Fletcher has sold his grocery
store ou the hill to C. S. True, who
will continue the business. It is un
derstood that Mr. Fletcher will go to
Poitland to reside.
The engine of the Mom t Hood road
jumped the track near Fike's plaoe
Monday afternoon, whilo switching a
car onto a siding, and delayed the
train several hours.
Frederick & Arnold are uow at work
building the depot at Wiuana for the
Mount Hood road. The Odell depot
and warehouse will then lie built, fol
lowed by one ut Van Horn. P. M.
Hall-Lewis, the architect, is finishing
Mr. aud Mrs. E. N. Rlythe arrived
Sunday from Portlanud aud are
spending a week at the home farm in
Frankton. Mr. Rlythe oame from
Lewistou to Portland about twojwoeks
ago, annd they will return to Lewis
ton Friday,. Ned is making a suo
cesi of the daily at Lewiston and i
well pleased with bis new venture.