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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
u We do not have to Sell
We Close at 6:30 p. m.
' EXCEPT SATURDAY
Goods on Sunday
Just arrived. See our lovely line.
Its Education Itself.
JJ OUR NEW FALL GOODS
If are arriving daily
. mi r-r,g- l
THAT When anyoive reaches
THE ToP CF THE LADDER ITMEWS
HE If A UCCEJ5- 5ontPE0PLt
TtiftT SVZOZSS J AN ACCDENTT
of course it i s not: Success
IS The result of hard work
AND ClVlfVG PEOPLE SoltTHING
TOR THEIR flOMEY WHICH
is the: best policy ir
WANT To DRESS
go where they have:
made a success at
DRESSING THEM WELL WD
cofvmcHT nt, rT sum wh emw
YOU HAVE BEEN SEEING U.S CLIMB. VEoUR.--SELVE.S
HAVE MADE THE ROUNDS TO THE
LADDER.OT OUR. SUCCESS. OF WHAT? BUY
ING (300D CooD, -SELLING GOOD GOOD.S AT
ONLY REASONABLE PROFIT-5; DEALING
JQUARELY GIVING ALL CUSTOMERS THE
SAME PRICE; STANDING BEHIND EVERY THING
WE SELL, TREATING OUR PATRONS WITH
COURTESY; AND, AS YOU KNoV.BY ATTEND
ING TO OUR BUSINESS AND CARRYING THE
STOCK. GOOD INTENTIONS COME ONLY OUT
OF THE HEAD; GOOD GOODS MUST COME OUT
or a good store that isabletoget good
GOODS. WEENJOY OUR BUSINESS. ACTIV
ITY, PROGRESS, IS ENJOYABLE. VE ARE
BUSINESS MEN, PROUD OF OUR PROFESSION,
AND VE MAKE A PROFESSION OF OUR BUS
INESS. A PROFESSIONAL MAN IS A MAN
ESPECIALLY SKILLED IN WHAT HE DOES.
WE HAVE MADE A STUDY DRESSING PEOPLE,'
THIS IS OUR PROFESSION. AND THIS ISoUR
FRANK A. CRAM
Ky 'little girl and I fell out
111 tell you What hWas all about.
wrc a rvi!b!tn natiSnewte none
in our case
AndtJjabihevvay the row
When everyone has
THE UP-TO-DATE STORE
zdi Z3C1;,,,1 ., l"l sjcs
WE OFFER YOU NO TRASH
at any price. We are Reliable (J
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Mr. Bartmess is on a cash baeia.
Finishing (or amateurs at Deitz Stu
dio. One or two good budders can Bad
employment at the nursery of Ross
Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at
Finest line of lap dusters ever shown
in the city at 8. J. Frank's harness shop
New Orleans Molasses in bulk and
cans at Jackson's.
Bait mackerel, eastern white fish and
pickled salmon at Jackton'g.
Maple Syrup and New York State
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
Axel urease, all brands on the market,
can be found at S. J. Frank's.
1'eaches A fine lot of Yellow Craw
ford iKjaches for canning, at Wood &
Smith ISros.' Spot Cash Grocery.
C. R. Greisen, who assumed bis po
sition at Cram's store September 1, is
glad to get back to bis old line of
work. Mr. (ireiscn is an old exper
ience i dry goods clerk, having served
at the business in tbe old country,
and is now in the shoe and clothing
department of the Up-to-date store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ash returned
Friday from their trip overland
through Eastern Oregon, Klamath
Falls and the Willamette valley. Tbey
report having bad one of the plcasant
est outings of their lives. They found
the roads and weather good most of
the way. the worst part of the journey
being in the vicinity of Eugene,
where the dust was very bad and tbe
weather hot. They enjoyed some One
fishing on their trip, and moved
f rom place to place as inclination sug
gested. L. K. Morse and wife were
left at Portland, but are expected
home this week.
To All Whom It May Concern : No
tice is hereby given that Ira Alcorn is
no longer in my employ, or associated
with me in any capacity whatsoever.
No one will in the future extend any
credit to him on my account, and he Is
not authorized to make any collections
fur me. A. 8. Bent.
Cue's Addition on the Market.
We have placed in our hands for sale,
all the lots belonging to II. C. Coe in
Cue's Addition to Hood Hiver. !
Lots will lie sold at the price of f200
and up for tiie next 30days. This is the i
be-t opportunity to secure lots in this,
beautiful portion of Hood River ever
offered the public. ,
The number is limited and the choice
should lie made early. One lot with
house, was sold last week. Five lots
and house were sold yesterday. Two
more to-day. They will not last long at
r or further information see
Position as farmer on strawberry farm.
Am well experienced and willing to work
Address T, J. Hammond, Box tlH,
A eirl or woman to do eeneral house
work. Apply to Mme. Abbott's Millin
The Diet Studio for photos.
Our work guaranteed. DelU Btudio.
A. S. Beut bad business at Vientu
Peter Henriob bad business at Thi
S. C. Zeigler, of White Salmon,
went to Portand Friday afternoon.
It is to your interest torefer to M
Bartmess' ad under the new syBtem.
E. B. Clark, of Portland, was a
Hood River visitor tbe first of tbe
Mrs. J. A. Dunbar, of Portland,
visited her pareuts, Mr and Mrs. K.
P. Orr, last week.
M LuuD Orr unti Rtnunnr .IntlAA visit
ed friends at Csscade Locks the last
of tbe week.
Rnhrt Smith, nf the Stanlev-Sinitb
Lumber company, came up from
T. T R,- nf Hnlfav Wash., is
spending a few days in Hood River
wltn tils orotner, is. . Bragg.
1 A Unoltuh nf thn Shaver Trans
portation Co., on tbe lower river,
spent a few days in Hood River last
J. Mears, who has been away sever
al days in Eastern Oregon on a busi
ness trip, returned to Hood River
If you want peaches for canning
come to Wood & Smith Bros.' Spot
Cash Grocery wi.o have a tine lot of
Mis. Maeon, who is well known in
this city, where she han'relativeB and
has been staying tor a time left for
Mrs. C. J. Bight, L. L. Vau Gilder
and Miss Inez Van Gilder, of Wasco,
visited old Wasco friends in Hood
River last week. ' '
H. M. Huxley has resigned his po
sition with the David on Fruit com
pany, and accepted a position with
the Apple Growers Union.
Rev. Dix leturued Tuesday from
Nooksacb, Wash., where be spent
two weeks at tbe contereuoe of the
Christian Advent cburob.
J as. Mattbewsou, In charge of a
bridge gang on tbe O. R. AN., hi liv
ed here Tuesday tor tbe purpose of
doing some work in connexion . itb
tbe new bridge.
J. H. Thomas and wife, of Hood
River, left Tuesday for Corvaliis,
where they will spend tbe wiuter and
school their youngest children. Their
eldest son, Charles, will run the
ranob at Mount Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bailey and M.
Sutherland returned from Canon
Beach, wbere they spent a month en
joying an outing on the sea coast.
Tbe place is located about 11 miles
below Seaside, and Mr. Bailey tbiuks
it one of tbe best camping places on
the coast. They bad a very fine time,
enjoying the surf bathing, catching
crabs and come back rested and in
W. II. Absher has closed up bis
rooming house and cafe and gone to
Reedville, Ore. He will speud some
time in the bop fields before settling
down to some line of work.
Flint Bradford, wbohaabeen suffer
ing from a badly dineased band for
some time, is much better. His in
jured member has responded to treat
ment and it is expeoted it will soou
become of use to bini again. .
Miss Flla Evans returned from a
visit to Vanoouver last week.
Chris Ueisen returned from a trip
to Portland Fiiday evening.
Leo Root and C. D. Morgan were
down from Mosier Friday on busi
ness. Mrs. F. S. Peny, who bad been the
guest of Mrs. S. W. Arnold for some
time, returned to her borne Saturday.
Teddy Button came borne last week
from near Eugene, wbere he has been
employed in the logging camp with
Lutheran services Sunday, Septem
er 9: Sunday school, 2 p. m. ; Eng
lish preaching, 3 p. m. ; special meet
ing, 4 p. m.
James Analey, of the Ansley Priut
ing Co., of Portland, came op Satur
day on a visit to II. C. Coe, return
H. J. Miller, traveling agent of the
Cbioago & Northwestern railway, was
in Hood River Monday looking for
Mrs. Guy A. Poi nd, of Wasco,
spent a few days in Hood River lust
week visiting at the home of Mrs. A.
Miss Beryl Litherlaud. of Portland,
who has beeu visiting Miss lrma Coe
the past week, left tor her borne Mon
day accompanied by Miss Coe and
Memorial services will he held next
Sunday evening in honor of Oliver U.
Bartmess. Speoial music bas been ar
ranged for and a good attendance is
.1. F. Batcbelor has returned from
Chicago, wbere be spent several
months on business, and Saturday
evening came up to Hood River to
speud a few days.
P. S. Davidson returned from a trip
to Collins Monday where he has
been since Saturday. Mrs. Davidson
acoompanied him but will remain a
few days longer.
.There will be a meeting of Hood
River Lodge, O. E. 8., Tuesday even
ing, September 11, at Masonio ball.
There will be initiation work, and all
members are requested to be present.
Harrison Miller airived yesterday
from Portland on a visit to bis father-in-law,
1). I. Stone, and will go from
hero to Walla Walla, Wash., and from
there will look for a location in tbe
drier climate of Eastern Washington
A social will be given by the ladies
of the Woman's Relief Corps Wednes
day September 12, at tbe home of Mi.
and Mrs. George Crowell both in the
afternoon and evening. loe cream
and coffee and oake will be served at
10 cents for tbe former and 5 cents
for the latter.
The Apollo Concert Grand Interior
piano which tbe Odd Fellows ordered
from Soule's Piano oompany, arrived
from 'he factory last week and is now
installed in fbeir new hall. This is
tbe most costly and complete piano
which ever came across tbe "Rock
ies" and tbe boys and their friends
are very pioud of it.
Services in the Unltarin church
next Sunday at 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p.
m. Topic for the morning service,
"Faith's true attitude"; for evening.
"Making the most of one's life."
The S. S. will also be resumed next
Sunday at 10 a. m. Let tbe parents,
teachers and pupils beed this call to
i'uty and service.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Crystal Glass Vases, 18 Have You Seen the burned Apron Material. Kr
inches tall, beautiful shape, fine leather souvenir Hood River Girl T fchool aear, ve y pretty calico,
for 'arge bouquet, clear and col They're simply dunning. You'll ginghams and chanihras.
oreil. 50c each laugh yourself slckover them. Little prices
MilK Crocks, all sizes White Semi-Pore olain .Salmon Troui are in the
churns, extra churn cover and cups and saucers, platss, oatmeal river now. We can help you
dashers, butter bowls, butter bo Is, vegetable dishes, platters, eaten them roles, linee, nies,
moulds, butter paper, baskets, fruit saucers, oyster bowles, salmon eggs, artificial baits, reels,
etc , Little prices cream pitchers, sugar lowls, in baskets, etc. Little prices
. . w . T . Maorteperato Little price Leather Poit Cards.
Galvanized Wear. Tubs, fewe8t tniKS jui)t in hand
in all sizes, watar pail, small and Lamp. Evenings are Ktilia panted, burned, and embossed
arge, wah basins, dippers, camp longer now. Don t you n-d a g We mvea,, U)e na,eri.
kettles, chamber pails, etc. new lamp for kitchen, dining , f mgki u CUB,lioIli.
Little prices room or parlor. Little price. Conie and see them.
BasKets. If vou want a has- Croquet Sets. Now is the Jelly Glasses, jar top, jar
ket of any kind you'll find it here. fines time ts play this enjoyable ruhOdrfl, fruit cans, sealing wax,
Half bushel picking ba keta 4Qc wame. Sets from 4 t8 halls. Little prices
A V v sw we
Slabs, Pencils Tablets, Inks, P as, Erasers, Crayons, School Bags,
Pencil Case, Books, Satchels, Pincil Holders, Note Books, Composition
Bonks, Dictionaries, Etc, Little Pi V-es.
O. L. Stranahau went up the road
on the local Monday.
II. W. Joplin, of Portland, spout
several days at Hood River this week.
Einil Schiller, of White Salmon,
who bas been confined to the Cottage
hospital beie for some time with ty
phoid fever, is making a satisfactory
Nick Oasoitro, wbo has charge of
the construction gang ou the Hood
River Irrigation Distiiot's ditch went
to Portland Saturday to speud Sun
day with his family.
Miss Ben Wilkes, of Condon, Ore
gon, arrived at Hood River on train
1 Monday and will visit at the home
nf Mr. McCimo and also with Miss
Mills of the Cottage hospital.
Tbos. Tipton and C. C. Coukle,
connected with tbe purchasing de
partment of tbe Denver & Rio Grande
tailroad, were here two days last week
in connection with business for that
J. Adrian Epping, the well known
singer, wbo has taken up his resi
dence at Hood River, where he le
oently bought a ranob, was a passen
ger for Portland ou the Spokane Fly
Miss Josephine Jenkins, of Port-
laud, a sister of Dr. Jenkins of this
oity, spent two days visiting at the
borne ot net brother tola week. Miss
Jenkinses employed at tbe United
States National bank in Portland and
returned there Monday.
Iia Aloorn, who bas beeu in the
butcher business here for some time.
left Monday for Portland, wbere he
will make bis bouie tor tbe present.
Mr. Alcom be disposed of the busi
ness to A. is. Bent who will conduct
it iu tbe future.
Ed Williams, who has been here foi
some time visiting friends and rela
tives, leturned to Nebraska Monday
on the Overland. Mi. Williams came
here to attend the funeral of his niece
and decided to stay for a time at his
old home before returning to tbe Mid
GenrirA T. Prattler left. rnHtArdnv fnr
Portland, wbere he will join his wife
and daughter, who have been visiting
there for a week, and they will visit
reluHvea in thn Willamette vaIIav fnr
a couple of weeks. George says he
bas not had a vacation iu 25 years,
and thinks be is entitled to one. His
son, Georgo, jr., returned Monday
from Portland to go to school.
George W. Simons, owner of the
steamer of that name plying between
tbe Locks and I he Hailea and con
nected with the Paciflo Bridge com
pany, of Portland, was iu town Sat
urday until Monday Mr. Simons is
a firm believer in a proposition to es
tablish a permanent landing for river
boats at thetfoot of the load leading
from Fhst street and says that such a
landing would be worth many thous
ands of dollars to tbe city.
Mrs. Elvira Johnston, mother of
tbe Register boys, and formerly of
this oity, died at Ker.t, Oregon, last
Saturday. The body was brought
here for burial Monday acoompanied
by members of the family and the
funeral took place Tuesday morning
at the Christian church. Rev. J. W.
Jenkins conducted the services aud
tbe funeral arrangements were in
charge of S. F. Bartmess. Interment
was at Jdlewilde cemetery.
Wm. Yates bas purchased forty
acres of flue fruit land from Axel N.
Rabin, near tbe Rorden place, and
will have it cleared and set out to ap
ples. Mr. Rabm bas another forty
for sale, aud will retain 80 acrees ot
the quarter section for himself. He
intends to Improve that much of his
place as soon as he can let a contract
for oieiring, and will set the land
largely to Hpitzenhergs. Tbe soil and
locality is especially adapted to Spitz
en herns, and will become a very valu
C. W. Field was a passenger on No.
1 for Portland Tuesday. Mr. Field
cays that th't town of White Salmon
was in great danger from forest fires
Monday. The fire caught in thn brush
from slashings Saturday, and Sunday
the fire ran up tbe side of the bluff
from the railroad grade. All the men
in town tuined out and fought the
Ore aM day. Flying cinders caught in
rubbish near Lauterhach's barn at one
time, but was discovered and put
out, otherwise the town might have
been swept away, as tbjre was a brisk
wind blowing from the west..
Herbert Humphrey Morgan, the in
fant son of Mr. and .Mrs. W. G. Mor
gan, died Toesdar night, August 'JO,
at tbe resdinDue of Fred Stewart, at
Portland, and was buried in Idlewilde
cemetery at Hood Kiver JtiOftday.
The funeral srevlces were conducted
at tbe residence of II. M. Abbott,
Revs. Gilmore and Baldiidgo officiat
ing. The bereaved parents and rela
tives have the sympathy of thn com
munity la the lost of tin ir dul l.
Those Attending the IuiioihI timn
Portland were Mr. and Mis. II.
Peugb, L. G. Morgan, Mrs. Nettie
Clark and Mr. aud Mia. 11. m. Ad
Leslie Butler went to Poitland Mon
day on a business trip.
L. N. Blowers arrived from Port
laud ou No. i Thursday.
Mrs. F. W. MoCuue came up from
Portlund ou No. 2 Thursday to spend
a few days on the ranch iu the valley.
Rev. W. C. Evans loft Thursday to
atteud tbe M. E. conference at Pen
dleton. J. M. .Held, of Dodge & Reid, is
spending a week iu Portland on a vis
it. W. A. Wood will pieach at Dukes
Valley next Sat ui day evening. The
Odell choir will fui uiah special music
11. B. Essen, of Portland, visited
his brother, K. U. Essen, ot the Wil
liams Pharmacy, lattt week.
Miss Helen Orr, who has been
spending several weeks at Wsbco, re
turned to her borne here Sunday.
Glareuoe Gilbert returned from the
coast Sunday, where he has been a
guest at the Breakers for a week.
U was reported that a young child
of Euiil West, wbo lives ou the Prattl
er place in the valley, was dangerous
II. F. Davidson aud Willis Vau
Horn, accompanied by their wives,
spent Tuesday aud Wednesday iu
C. F. Nichols, of Milton, spent a
couple of days iu Hood River last
week visiting his brother, J. E. Nich
ols. Mrs. McAllister, Mrs, George I.
Slocom aud Miss Leila Kelsay went
to The Dalles Thursday to visit
Mr. aud Mrs. F. C. Durbin, of Sa
lem, who bave been visiting relatives
and friends bere, weut to their borne
at tbe former place Monday.
Mrs. C. N. Clarke and her sister,
Miss Ruby Slusher, of Dufur, passed
through tbe city yesterday on their
way to Hood River. Chroulole.
Cards were reosived here yesterday
announcing tbe marriage ot E. B.
Duncan to Miss Flora Brown, at
Klamath Fulls, August 23.
Dr. Sanders visited Hood River val
ley recently and came home delight
ed. He says the roads aie good with
only an exception or two. Moro Observer.
Miss Nettie Kemp was called to her
home at Odell last week by tbe illness
of her mother. Duriug her abseuoe
Mrs. Stilluiuu bas assumed her duties
iu tbe otlice ot ileilbrouuer fe Co.
G. L. Mallott from LoulseiMallett,
Eva W. Lang from Wm. G. Lang, and
Florida A. Kayler from George L.
Kayler were divorces granted by
Judge Bradshaw at The Dalies last
Mrs. Arvilla Gibbous, of Walla Wal
la, wbo bas been vistmg friends here
for some time, left Saturday lor Ll
tab. Wash., where she will take a po
sltlon aa primary teacher tn the
schools of that place.
A new sign painted on the door of
Hon. A. A. Jayne's law otlice reads
"Jayue & Derby." A. J. Derby Is
now associated with Mr. Jayne iu the
practice of law, and tbe new Urni is
a strong one.
Mr. aud Mrs. II. S. Richmond re
turned Tuesday eveuiugfrom Seaside,
wbere they have been taking an out
ing of a couple of weeks. J. hey re
port having bad a very pleasant time,
but are glad to get back to Hood Riv
Mrs. J. W. Sprecher left Tuesday
for Albany to visit ber parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Young. She is ex
peoted to return Saturday with ber
sister, Miss May Young, who will re
main bere for tbe purpose of attend
ing tbe high school.
O. W. Lymau, of Portland, connect
ed with tbe Continental Casualty
compaoy, accompanied by Mrs. Ly
man, came up from that city Satur
day for a visit at tbe home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Wallace, Mrs. Lyman be
ing a sister of the latter.
George Slocom reports that he sold
as many achool books Monday as in
tbe whole mouth of September last
year, tbe sales of books on tbe open
ing day of school this year being .s:,
with tbe prospect of selling f'JX)
more before tbe month is out. It is
pretty good evidence of the growth iu
i opuiatioo of Hood Rive.
At rha At, 1 nf fha antinnl oaa, In
June, Mrs. Kate Roach tendered her
resignation to inenooa mversonoois,
intending to remain in The Dalles
this winter. At tbe solicitation of
tbe eosflol board she has reconsider-
el ber decision and will leave tomor
row for that place to begin teaching
Win. Hutchinson, of Bradford, Pa.,
is visiting bis son. B. F. HutcMnson,
of the Paris Fair Mr. Hutchinson
was a resident of Hood Kiver 19 years
ago, being in tbe meat business at
that time, and was one of tbe first
subscribers of tbe Glacier. He is
much surprise at tbe growth of tbe
citv. and baa bad a pleasant time re
newing acquaintances with the old
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
For this "year's demand 1 have received the
best line of Tablets, Pencils, Inks, in fact
everything for School Use, ever brought into
the city. It costs no more to please the
children with a Fancy Cover at
The Depot for School Books
To the Farmer
Do you know our Feed, Fresh
from the mill lifts Double the feed
ing value of stale feed ? All the pro
gressive Dairymen are buyin
feed from us. lew are 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
tronize Home Industry. It's to
your advantage and ours.
Hood River Milling Co.
Saturday, Sept. 1 5
You are cordinllv invited to inspect our stock which in
cludes all that is NEW, ELEGANT and Exclusive.
Our Block Pattern Hats nre trimmed in in one grade
O. P. Dabney wrnt to Portland yes
terday for a few days.
J. L. Davis was a passenger from
Newburg yesterday moiuiug.
Otis Savage was a passenger yester
day on tbe local for Portland.
W. J. Haker and T. W. OeUussey
had business at Mosier yesterday.
J. W. Nunnemaker left on tbe
local for Wasco yesterday morning.
Hon. Wm. Coates and Mr. Ryrkett,
of Trout Ijake, took passage on the
local for The Dalles yesterday.
Miss Helen Oearin, principal nf the
White Salmon schools, is the guest of
Miss Alvira Hoadley at her ranch
near Ureen Poiut.
Mrs. Ciam, of Tbe Dalles, who has
been visiting her son, Frank A. Cram
and family foi ton days, lei t for borne
J. 'J.' Joidan and family left for
Portland yesterday on tbe local, and
will go from there to the coast for a
week, before leturniog to Hood Kiv
L. W. Wood has traded his Uem
Candy Kitchen to F. U Thomas, of
White Salmon, for White Salpen
land. Mr. Thomas will continue the
business for the preseut. Mr. Wood
is undecided just where he will locate.
but will not live on tbe White Salmon
place at present.
Mrs. K. W. Spencer and daughter-
in-luw. M rs. Mnmim.r. ir. nf I'url.ljiiid.
are the guests of Mis. P. S. David
M iun .Inuuin MnYip iif,i,nt nun inrl flm
children of Mr. (iansauitsir and also
Margaret Coyle to Portland yesterday.
Tbe youngtters have enjoyed an out
inu of three weeks at Air. Mnhr'a
place in l'iuo (J rove.
Itobt. MclUhtiou, electrician at the
mill of the Oregon Lumber Co., at
1 1A Inft flip Pnrtluml Vftutnrfluv uffur.
noon. From there he will go to iiulta
lo, N. V., to spend a mouths vacation.
(ieorge D. Culljertson k Co. report
the following Bales: Jiilin 11. Oroif to
Miss Lissie Farmer, of Portland, HO
acres lit Monat Hood, for f),()00; Ji e
llntsou tn l!ev. iloutd, f Portland,
i") acies in Pine drove, for $2,tXKi; N.
J. Devoid to K. 11. London, ot Port
laud, 00 acres at Mount Hood.
Alex rfeid 15 secur)' a fine leg
ging contract in . ISritish Columbia
aud is moving up there with his fnui
ily.. N. H. ISartltft, C. W.HeBleraiid
Cbas. Wilkinson, who came here fioiu
Cameron, Wis., this spriug to assist
Mr. Keid at Ureen Poiut, have gone
back to Wisconsin. They like this
oountry verjTsiuch, but thought begt
to go back on account of property iu-
terests and social connections.