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Large Assortment of the 0
New Things for this Season f
THE HOOD RIVER OLAOEBR, THURSDAY, flCPTEUBER 6, 1007
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Phone Hoi man's Market, Main 1401,
on The Heights for your meat orders.
Free and prompt delivery.
M r. Bartmees is on a cash basis.
M r. Venahle has opened dressmaking
parlors in the Jacubson residence, where
she U prepared to do fashionable dress
"The Gent" lee Cream Bricks made
in oh many colors or any style. Give
u you orders for your party or Sunday
dinner, w e tin our own manufacturing,
Hamilton & Adolph.
Fresh made sausage at McGuire Bros,
Chickens for Sunday dinner at Hol-
man a Market.
(Jet yeur spray hose from W. H.
Fresh fish at Hobnail's Market.
Metal house numbers at Hunt's Wall
Our work guaranteed. Deitz Studio.
Ph. C. Young is in the market for cat
tli', hops, chickens, etc., and will pay
the highest market price.
Salt mackerel, eastern white fish and
pickled salmon at Jackson's.
Full line of garden hose, with coup
lines, at Haynes' store.
"The Gem" Hand Rolled Ice Cream
Chocolate Creams, Tatties and Bon
Buns. We make all our candies and
ice cream, Hamilton & Adolph.
Maple Syrup and New York State
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at
It is to your interest to refer to M.
Bartmess' ad under the new system.
To avoid the rush, those wishing to
exchange school books should bring
them in at once to Slooom's book
store and get a credit slip.
The Dietz Studio for photos.
Chinook salmon at McGuire Bros,
Chickenr for Sunday dinner at Mc
Guire Bros. Order early.
Lawn mowers, the beat make, at W.
Finishing for amateurs at Deitz Stu
dio. Mt. Hood tooth powder, best in the
world at Williams Pharmacy. Money
back if not satisfactory. f 14
The first delivery will be made at 8
o'clock in the morning. Do not fail to
have your orders in for your bolls and
roasts in time for this trip. The last
trip will be made at 10: 45 and the laBt
trip in the evening at 4:H0. Please ob
serve these hours of delivery so as lo
receive your meats on time and assist
us in the delivery. McGuibb Bbob.
If you want to buy or sell real estate
iro to Onthatik & Otten. Money to
loan on first mortgages. Abstracts and
legal papers carefully prepared. Nota
rial work of all kinds.
New Orleans Molasses in bulk and
cans at Jackson's.
R. H. Hartwig has removed his law
nfflco to the Smith Block over the First
National bank. Phone 413. al5tf
Oregon buckskin suits for boys.
Cost no more but wear twice as long.
For sale at tbe Toggery.
'To mak1 room for my large stock of
phonographs just received I will close
out all the organs in s ock at any price
for cash or time. Also pianos at a low
figure this week. Soule's Piano House,
The Gorilla brutally strong shoe for
working men is a bummer. Price
13.50, at the Toggery.
Fget in the habit
OF TRADING AT
Tablets, Slates, Pencils, Ink, Pens, Fountain Pens,
Books, Straps, School Bags, Pencil Rolls, Pencil Boxes,
Drawing Instruments, Drawing Paper, Pocket Dic
tionaries, Colored Pencils, Charcoal Pencils, Colored
Crayons, Note Books, Composition Books, Colored
Inks, Office Stationery, etc. Little Prices.
HNE5T CLOTHES IrtTHU
IVORLD bUT IT THE i DOflT
You WILL looK LIKE
THIRTY CEiT5- AORAL
A Good PLACE
The Up-to date Store
O. H. Stranahan made a trip to The
ua lies Friday.
Sidney Henderson visited the coun
ty seat Saturday.
Tom Husband returned fiom Poit
land Sunday evening.
E. R. Bradley made business trip
to The Dalles Thursday.
Raymond Early visited Portland
the latter part of tbeweek
Mrs. Wm. Ganger went to The
Dalles Thursday to visit friends.
C. A. Bell and Silas II . Soule were
passengers from Portland Thursday.
Elwood Lnokey returned Sunday
from a. vacation spent In the Sound
Mrs. Hartley Moir, of Bellinghum,
visited ber sister, Mrs. Dr. Edging
ton, l:i .t week.
Miss Blanche Stewart, of The
Dalles, was a guest ot Mrs. R. R.
Roberts last week.
R. Q. Call'son and wife, of Lane
county, is in the oity visiting rela
tives and old friends. -
J. G. Francis, of Portland, visited
bis old friend, A. I. Masot, last
week, returning borne Friday.
N. N. Agren. of the Olncle. , went
to Portland Sunday on business con
nected with the Typogiaphioal anion.
Geo. S. Miller left for Portl und last
week to purchase holiday goods.
Hugh Esson managed the More dur
Ing his absenoe.
Grand Millinery Opening at
Knapp's store September 21 A large
stock just arrived of latest styles in
bats. Mrs. . U. Hillings.
Nels Bartholomew came up from
Portland Sunday with the ball team
and looked over the oity with the
view of starting a bar Iwain store.
Jas. MoBain boarded No. 4 at Cas
cade Locas with a tubing outfit Sun
day and the way Jim bent over bis
load, there must have been a basket
Mr. and Mr. J. R. Steele came In
from Mt. linod Monday morning to
meet their two children, who have
been spending a couple of weeks In
Portland visiting friends.
The Fleur de Lis Millinery store
have an opening display of new fall
and winter goods September 13 and
14. A seueral Invitation is extended
to the laiiei of Rood River.
Mrs. A. Staats arrived from Dufur
Friday with her gianddaiighetr, Miss
Beryl Clarke, where abe has been
visiting relatives lor several weeks.
Mrs. Staats returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. S. E. Bartmess entertained a
party of young people Monday even
ing in honot or miss uenaie. mere
was a fine mosloal program, followed
by a good social tiie. A dainty lunob
was served. The game of flinob was
the prinoipal amusement of the even
Ed Byerlee out bis foot quite badly
last week while falling timber sever
ing an artery in the foot below the
ankle. The out U a bad one and may
give him trouble. He came up Mon
day morning to bare tbe fofct exam
ined, as there was a suspicion of
Merrill Gessllng received a very
painful accident Saturday. While
trying to start tbe automobile with
tbe crank, a premature explosion of
tbe gas in tbe cylinder foroed the pis
ton backwards, and tbe recoil
wrenched his arm so severely that the
tendons were torn loose in tbe tore
arm. Tbe wound is worse than a
break, as It will take longer to heal.
S M I Jl - III
OUR FALL SHOWING THIS SEASON IS A WONDERFUL
Display of Stylish Merchandiser
The choicest in the land. The cream of the Eastern markets, and a finer assortment than
we have shown you in the past. We cannot but take a pride in telling you of our carefully
selected stock. It's new, fresh, stylish and most important of all, Priced Right, which is
the foundation of reliable merchandising. Make your selections early. Three weeks will see
great changes in some of the new fall arrivals.
The snappiest, most up-to-date in
Made only by the best makers in
J. S. Booth spent Tuesday in Port
'land on business.
Mi 48 Ota Walker left for Portland
on the lecal Saturday.
Harold Wood came up from Port
land Thuisday evening.
Mrs. Frank Chandler left for Poit
land Thursday morning.
Mm. Willis Van Horn and children
left for Portland on No. 1 Friday.
Hugh Essen was a passenger on the
looal going west Saturday afternoon.
W. H. Ecoles and wife returned
from a trip to Seaside Friday morn
ing. Mrs. W. L. Adams and daughter
visited friends In Tbe Dalles last
Victor Nutley, son of Rev. C. A.
Nutley, returned borne Thursday from
A A. Jayne and son, Maurice,
spent a few days at Carson springs
A. D. Moe attended tbe annual
meeting ot tbe Oregon Press associa
tion at Seaside last week.
M. W. Hickox and wife left the first
of the week for Carson, wnoio they
will remain foi a oouple ot weeks.
Russel Clarke and Chris Griesen
were among the Hood River passen
gers who patronized No. 8 Saturday.
J. E. Stubbs, prinoipal of the
Plankton school, has rented tbe old
house on the lily tbe farm, which be
will 9x op for a residence.
Howard I sen berg and wife left Fri
day for Cascade Looks, where Mr.
Isenbers resumed bis duties as prin
cipal of tbe school at that place.
A. C. Buck has purchased the resi
dence cf Mel Foley. Mr. Buck does
not intend to leave bis present home,
but made tbe purchase as an invest
Miss Mae Cooper, of Mt. Hood, and
ber sister. Mrs. Jos. Cook of Odell,
lett the (list of tbe week for Arizona,
where thy will spend tbe winter with
Dr. C. H. Jenkins and family re
turned Friday morning from the
Washington beach, where they nave
been spending a month enjoying tbe
pleasures of the sea ooat.
Mr. Heath, of tbe Oregon Motor
Co , who lells tbe "Tourist" auto,
will be in Hood River Saturday and
Sunday to demonstrate the merits of
the machine as a mountain climber.
Tbe Hood River Million Co. closed
down Monday for two weeks to give
tbe mill a thorough overhauling and
install some new purifiers ti whiten
the flour and some other new machin
ery. F. G. Coe has built an oiohard lad
der tbat has many points of value,
and should be seen nt his shop. It
consists of a 11 foot ladder carried on
a two-wheeled cart. Can be bandied
readily by one person, will not tip,
and is so arranged tbat it can be
pushed up to a tree without thi lower
branches interfering. The Idea is a
good one, and tbe cost is modeiate.
Mrs. O'Brien, wbo baa been visit
ing ber parents, Mi. and Mrs. John
Moore, of tbe valley, for the three
weeks, left for ber borne at Dufur
Monday. Mr. Moore acoompaniod
ber as far as Tbe Dalles. Sbe took
baok a oouple of crates of One toma
toes from tbe ranch, and one box con
tallied a large specimen wbioh oould
be seen through tbe sides of the crate
whiob Icoked like a pumpkin, but
John insisted it was a Hood River to
mato. THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
V. 0. Brook and family spent
day at Casoade Jjooks.
R. B. Bragg spent several days
Collins' springs last week.
Harry Bailey went to Moaier Thurs
day on telephone business.
L. G. Morgan was a passenger on
No. 4 from Portland Sunday.
Peter Henriohs had hu tineas at the
court house in The Dalles l'ii 'ay.
Mrs. C. P. Ross returned trom hor
visit to Portland Saturday evening.
Harold Hershner returned Thursday
evening trom the Willamette valley.
Mrs. John Van Blarscom left rn the
local for Pjitland Saturday after
noon. C. F. Waldo and dan liter, Edris,
visited friends at White Salmon last
Geo. Smith spent several days in
Portland lart week, returning) home
Rev. W. A. Wood went to Portland
Thursday morning, returning Satur
W. D. Rogers went to Mosiei Tues
day, where be obtained some fine
views of tbe prune paokers.
Col. Hartley and family returned
Thursday evening from Seaview,
where tbey spent a couple of weeks on
Mrs. Alioe Martin returned to her
borne in Rock Creek Thursday morn
ing, after a visit with ber niece, Mrs.
C. D. Thompson.
Mrs. L. Clarke and daughter, Mrs.
W. O. Hadley, ot Collins, left for Du
fur Tuesday morniug, where they will
visit relatives for a few days.
St. Mark's Guild will meet with
Mrs. Jayne next Wednesday at 2:30. 1
This Is the first meeting of the season
and a tail attendance is desired.
W. A. Wood will preach at Odell
next Sunday at 11 a. m. and at K. of
P. hall at 7:30 p. m. Miss Carrie Cop
pie will sing at tbe evening service.
Jaok Morrison and wife left yester
day for a trip to California. They ex
pect to be absent for sever d weeks.
Cbas. Hayward will have charge of
Jack's plaoe during his absenoe.
T. L. Dunsmore, the new state
agent of tbe Oregon Fire Relief asso
ciation, wbo suoceeds Edw. J. Per
kins, at Tbe Dalles was in Hood Riv
er Tuesday on busloes with C. D.
Thompson, tbe local agent.
Mrs. Nichols was taken to Tbe
Dalles hospital Thursday morning.
where it was found necessary to per
form an operation. Reports received
are very encouraging, and a steady
reoovery is expeoted.
A son of J. H. Shoemaker broke his
arm while playing ball at tbe Barrett
school yesterday. He was throwing
tbe ball and stumbled and fell. In
trying to save himself the arm was
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Scbmeltzer re
turned Monday evening from their
wrtddlng trip, which was spent at
Poitland, Seattle, Viotoria and Van
couver, B. C. They will go to house
keeping in tbe Jackson cottage, as
soon as Mr. Jackson moves into bis
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Bailey returned
Tupsday trom Portland, where she
has been for a oouple of months un
dergoing treatment for ber eyes.
While tbe opeiation was not as suc
cessful as expected, owing to compi
cations setting in, yet sbe is able to
see enough to get around.
Four big apples in G. A. Clarke's
window from Oscar Vandeibilt's or
chard are being admired by tbe pass
era by. Tbey are called "Ueatigbeim
er," are of a very large size, and
make a very attractive display. There
is also a plate of very fine Hungarian
prunei from tbe Booth bill in tbe
Mrs. H. J. Frederiok returned home
last Friday noon fiom an extended
visit at Seattle, Chioo, Mt. Vernon,
Bremerton and other Sound cities.
Master Mllo, who bas been in the
Sound country on a large fruit ranch
with bis cousins since school closed
last spring returned home with ber to
be in readines for tbe opening of
Another Hawkeye bas located in
Hood River. George Lehman, from
LaPorte City, Iowa, bought lllA acres
from E. B. Long and will move his
family here early next spring. With
Hill. Fike, Smith and a few other
Hawkey es located in tbe same neigh
borbood, tbia section ot the valley
will soon be known as Hawkeye Row.
The sale was made through J. H.
Heilbronner & Co.
Roswell Shelley A Son have put
ohased the transfer and livery busi
ness at Carson, transferring passen
gers from tbe boat landing to Ship-
herd's Springs. R. D. Shelley
lett Tuesday for Carson to take
charge of tbe business, but his father
will remain for a month getting ready
to move, and will try to dispoe ot
his ranch nrooerty here. Roswell
Shelley's health has been quite poor
for a year and bis recent trip to tbe
springs was so Denenciai mai ne ex
pects tbe obange will be for tbe best.
I Wm. Vogt spent several hours in
Tbe Dalies Monday.
F. A. Ciani boarded tbe local foi
C. L. Copple left Tuesday on tbe
looal for a trip to Wasco.
Hans Lage had business before tbe
county court in Tbe Dalles yesterday.
H. S. Galligan returned yesterday
from a trip to The Dalles.
Mrs. Dr. Wright was a passenger for
Portland on tbe local yesterday.
John Culbertson and Frank Pierce
were passengers on No. 7 Saturday.
Mrs. M. V. Band came up trom
Portland yesterday to visit relatives.
Mrs. C. M. Sheldon, of Goldendale,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tbos. II ill.
Miss Young was a passenger on tbe
looal for Portland Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. J. Gibbons weut to Port
land yesterday morning for a few
Dr. Jones claim) to be tbe first maB
wbo has climbed Tuoker hill with bu
Mrs. C. T Roberts left yesterday
for Portland to visit relatives and
friends for a few days.
Geo. W. Simons, agriculturist, of
Portland, went out to bis ranob tbe
first part of the wtek.
Seven persons were received into
full membership at tbe First Baptist
ohuroh last Sundty morning.
A. L. Upson came up from Portland
tbe first of fbe week to look after bis
property interests in the Crapper dis
trict. H. F. Davidson and Willis Van
Horn and wife left yesterday morning
Arthur Huggios lett Monday on a
week' vacation, which he will spend
at tbe seaside.
Mr. Burke, of Portland, was in
Hood River yesterday on business be
fore U. S. Commissioner Pratber.
Fred Page came up from Portland
Tuesday to be presen'; at tbe opening
of the apple bids by the Apple Grow
Miss Lulu Downing, of 301 East
Miener street, Portland, came up Sat
urday and will visit a few weeks with
the family of H. J. Frederick.
Miss Graoe Bills returned Tuesday
to ber home in New berg after visiting
ber cousin, Miss Mabie (Jnapman and
parents for a oouple of weeks.
Miss Vera Miller left for Portland
Tuesday, wbere sbe will join her two
slaters and attend school. The family
expeot to move to Portland soon.
Mel Foley has purchased six aores
ot land ot Dr. Cooper, near town, and
will move onto tbe place at onoe and
become a Hood River rancher.
Mrs. Dysart and two daughters left
for Centraiia, Wash., yesterday, after a
visit of several days with ber father,
Leslie Butler, brother and sister.
Mrs. Arvilla Gibbons, wbo bas been
tenoning school at Los Angeles, but
wbo bas been spending ber vacation
at Long Beach, is visitiug her father,
J. J. Gibbons, in tbe valley. Sbe will
leave soon for Letts, Wash., wbere
she bas a school for tbe coming year.
Asent Bovle bas more trouble. Tbe
first ot tbe week three crates of chick
ens arrived at the express office, and
be was unable to locate toe owuer tor
about three days. During tbat time
tbe chickens became rather restless,
and as the coops weie sllmsey affairs,
tbey soi u worked some of tbe slats
loose and escaped. There was plenty
of feed lying around tbe Iraok from
tbe feed warehouse near by, so tbat
tbev made themselves at home, but
defied oaptuie. A reward of ten cents
apieoe for their capture tailed to en
list any volunteeis, and it was not
until night tbat he succeeded in
round! iff tbim np. He was also sub
ject to a fine according to tbe city or
dinanoe, as there is an old ordinance
to the effect that chickens are not al
lowed on the streets after 8 p. m,
Marshal Ganger bus been waiting to
get even with Boyle and be wait antic
ipating having a kangaroo court, but
Boyle iggled out of tbe scrape.
Capt. Spencer was In Hood River
Tuesday on business connected with
bis boat line. Tbe captain is con
vinced that it will be impracticable
to dredge tbe sand bar so as to make
landing near tbe depot possible at low
water. He says it would entail beavy
expense, with a constant dredging of
tbe channel to keep it open. It will
he much more leasable to make a per
manent dock near tbe old mill site of
tbe Oregon Lumber Co., which would
make tbe landing nearer than at pres
ent, and thought that both boat com
panies would unite in putting in a
permanent dock which oould be used
by all tbe boats. Their plan Is to pur
chase tbe barn of tbe company and
turn it Into a double dook, wbioh would
make a storage room for freight at all
times, as well as a waiting room for
passengers. The present road can be
Improved, a sidewalk built to the boat
landing, and 'f tbe city would cooper
ate in tbe matter, a permanent land-.
Ing could be made which wrjuld be
satisfactory to all. -
New Jackets ?
In all the new weaves, made with all
the style there is.
New Dress Goods ?
An assortment you've never seen in this
town. We have everything that's worn
At All Times
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Profitable Buys of Summer Goods
In making room for carload arrivals of
Furniture and Hardware we are offering
Well made cabinet style, built on
scientific principals, packed with
charcoal. A great ice economizer.
Price $12.50 and $16.50
Ice Cream Freezers
The best on the market
6-quart size 2-quart size
Easy running and selfsharpening
Wire Fly Killers
Kil's but does not crush the fly
10 cents each
The New Perfection Oil Stove
No smoke, no smell, no danger of explosion. Absolutely the best on the market.
One Burner 94.75 Two Burners 7.25 Three Burners $10.50
With legs 60 cents extra.
The family of David Dodge moved
to Grants Pass Tuesday, aooompanled
oy rayeue uarnanan, wbere Mr.
Dodge recently purchased large
Dr. D. O. Vaughan bas resigned his
Sosition in the dental parlors of Dr.
enkins and will leave in a few days
(or his home in MoMinnvllle, where
be will visit bis parents foi a oouple
of weeks. He then leaves tor Leaven
worth, Wash., where be has a posi
tion. Cbas. Hall end brother have pur
chased tbe Crowell oorner of Dr. Eliot
and will erect a two-story btick block
65x100 feet. Tbe present building ooj
oupied by Bragg's store will be re
moved or torn down. Complete de
tails of the building have not been
decided on, but a atruoture will be
erected to cost 125,000 or $30,000.
Tbe Josephine Deffry company gave
a series of performances at tbe opera
house the first three nights of tbe
ween, wbiob were well attended. Miss
Deffry bas appeared In Hood River
before, and was greeted this time with
orowded bom is. Miss Deffry Is well
supported, add tbe company gave a
finished performance tbat was apprec
iated by tbe audience.
Little Orin GaDger received a pain
ful and perhaps serious Injury yester
day. He was playing with a rib of an
umbrella In bis mouth and (ell. Tbe
sharp piece of steel entered tbe root
of bis mouth and penetrated some
distance. It bled quite profnsely for
a time, but be apparently recovered
and it is thought tbat no serious in
jury will result.
H. O. Oliver, traveling freight agent
of tbe O. R. & N., and F. R. Hanke.
traveling freight and passenger agent
of the C. M. & St. P., were in Hood
River yesterday watoblng theoutoome
of the apple deal, and at the close
were after tbe suoo ssf ul bidders to
secure tbe shipments for tbelr re
Judge Rick Field, of White Salmon,
was in Hood River on business Tues
day. He sayi tbat tbe oity of White
Salmon is progressing veiy rapidly
NIasH V rwi Ir a a ua nninn tin mwiA ea mai.
era! feeling ot confidence in tbe future
la manifest. Tbe new bank building
ror uillette Bros.' private bank Is be
ing erected, and C M. Wolfard bas
moved into hit new bilok block, and
now bas tbe largest store in Kliokitat
W. H. Carter left yesterdsy on No.
2 for Kansas City on business, and
expects to get baok bere by the mid
dle ot the month. Mr. Carter Is in
terested in copper mines near Valdez,
Alaska, wbicb are conceded to con
tain tbe riobest deposits of oopper or
known. Some of tbe specimens wbiob
Mr. Carter bas nontains about 60 per
cent oopper. It is expected that the
mines will develop fabnlous wealth
for tbeir owners. Mr. Carter has been
made general manager of tbe Hubbard
& Elliott Copper Mines Development
Co. and also of tbe Knight island
Copper Consolidated Co., and will
leave at onoe for Alaska on bis re
turn. Tbe Pine Grove Grange have decld
ed to build a ball of tbelr own, and In
tbe classified column will be noted a
oall for bids (or its construction. Tbe
ball will be 44x80 feet in size, 24 feet
high. Tbe lower floor will be divided
Into two. store rooms, which have al'
Our stock must go in tbe next twenty
days, and are willing to cut prices
so that you can afford to buy.
20 per cent Reduction
on every hammock in this store.
Adjustable Window Screens
Will fit any window from 20 to 83
20-inch high 24-inch high
30 cents 40 cents
Just the thing going hoppicking
35 cents each
Tanglefoot Fly Paper
Is sure to catch them
40c per box
& Furniture Co.
ready been rented by Carl Johnson,
who will put in a stock of general
merchandise and rnn a delivery wag
on. In tbe rear of tbe store rooms
will also be a kltohen and dining hall.
Tbe entire upper floor will be need for
Word was received bere yesteiday
morning that k valuable team of
Wyers & Kreps, at White Salmon, was
baoked off the dook and drowned
They were recently ottered 1400 for
the team. They secured a lannob and
saved the harness end.wagon.
Tbe theme at the First Baptist
church Sunday morning will be ''Sal
vation Through Saorinoe." in tfie
evening the pastor will give a speoial
sermon to workingmen on tbe subject.
"Tbe Solvent of the Soolal Problem.'
Men especially invited to this service.
Rev W. O. Evans left Monday ev
ening for oonfeienoe at Spokane, and
on his return will oaok op and get
ready to leave Hood River for Arkan
sas, where he has purobased a (roit
ranch in tbe Ozark mountains, we
rearet to lose Rev. Evans from the
community, but wish bim suooess in
bis new held and new occupation.
Agent Boyle has received word that
bis resignation as agent bere, which
was made some time ago, has been
aooepted, and that be will be obeoked
out In a few days. J. H. Fredracy,
of Wasco, will succeed him. Mr.
Boyle is not decided where be wlu
go, and may not tsire np railroading
tor a while. He says tbat tbe worry
and trouble of tbe Hood River station
is too muah for tbe salary received.
He prefers to stay in Hood River if
be can find a good business opening,
and will look around awhile befoie
Robt. Rand bas discovered spring
on his plaoe that may prove ot im
mense value to bis property, and also
bring Hood River another attraction.
About 20 rods from bis bouse, in an
unfrequented spot, in tbe brush, he
found a spring with quite a flow of
water, wbioh seemed to possess pe
culiar odor. He bottled some of the
water and it has tbe taste and appear
ance ot the hot springs water acioss
the river at Carson, although It is
oold. He will have the watei tested,
and if it proves to contain good min
eral qualities, it will develop tbe Wau
Guin Guin Into a famous health re
sort. It evidently contains sulphur
andiron. Samples of the water oan
be seen at tbe Glaeier Qffloe.
1 have been so fortunate as to se
cure tbe servioea of Dr. C. H. Law, ot
Detroit, Mich., to give me a post
graduate course In higher optios and
prisms, and for tbe purpose of dem
onstrating his methods will examine
and advise free of charge all wbo ap
ply duiing this week and Monday ot
next. 1 would urge all those wbo have
been unable to get relief from eye
atrain to avail themselves ot tbe op
portunity to consult this eminent
specialist, especially those whom
glasses will not relieve.
Ralph E. Laraway.
My fall atook is now ready for in
spection and will have an opening of
Eastern Pattern bats September 21st.
Mrs. N. O. Billings.
Rally Day exercises are among the
plans of the First Baptist ohurob for
tbe last Sunday in September.