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HOOD 1UVER GLACIER THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915
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ARTHLR D. MOE. Pab,r.
When subsrrlbersdeeir aetisDeeinaddreai
tb Is office shoo id be noli fled promptly, al a
week before if powibie. Always ive old !
1m Htlln the new Also, Hood Klver
subscribers lioulil ixitirjr ibworli.w alone
wlit-u changing loelr adrtms from our rural
route In another, or Iroiu city delivery hi
eooutrjr delivery, or vice versa. If you do not
get your paper promptly, notify us by mail or
teiepuout aud the matter will I Invwtigsied
KK-rpt It pertain to live news matter, com
munir.'.IODk. or articles of a genersl nature,
should belu the office by Mouday to Insure
their appearing In the Issue of IhecurreDl week
Subtwrlptlon, SI. SO IV r Vfr.
Fcrhapg, it would be more nearly
correct to call the publishers of coun
try weeklies Iambi ; ofr, seemingly out
of innocence or ignorance, indifference
or don't-give-a-whooijedneia, they are
victimized year in and year out by
clever publicity seeking sharks. In
fact, one would have difficulty, if he
were to search the files of .country
weeklies, the country over, in finding a
ein(le weekly that has not been prodi
gal in the use of gratuitous columns.
I. apt week the Glacier received from
the Agricultural and Commercial As
sociation, of Fort Worth, Tex., a box
of free plate matter. And after pe-
ruBal of the proof sheets of the articles
contained therein, we find many ex
pressions of sentiment that conform
with our own ideas.
"This service," says a circular let
ter accompanying the box of plate,
"as you will note by the enclotied
proof, consists of articles discussing
agricultural and commercial affairs,
which are so vital to the welfare of
In our examination of the matter we
believe we can see veiled a clever bit
of propaganda for great liusiness inter
ests. Understand, we t ro not opposed
to business, interests, ju. t because they
are big and because they are so called
corporate intervts. Certainly, as the
circular letter suggest -. fair tieiittiient
of the great business concert. a "is
vital to the nation's welfare."
Hut as a country weekly newspaper,
we resent this method of l. ulding
public opinion. Too many of t' u coun
try weeklies, the country over, t trough
their indifference and their failure to
properly estimate the value of their
columns as a builder of popular senti
inent, have placed their heads in hal
ters, the strings of which are in .the
hands of such agencies an the Agricul
tural and Commercial Associations
This should be termed the passive
crime of the country press.
Looking at the matter from a more
selfish viewpoint, why should the coun
try newspaper run free of charge this
publicity matter coming from mysteri
ous sources? The oountiy publisher is
not a philanthropist. Statistics will
show that the average country news
paper man workB harder and gets less
for his work than men of any other
profession. If interests of any kind
desire to wage legitimate publicity
campaigns, let them come from under
cover and deal openly with the country
publisher, paying him a fair price for
It is certainly true that the value of
the country press is realized. Indeed,
those who make use of it, realize its
value far mure than do the owners of
the medium, else why would they for
ever be so eagerly seeking it. And we
surmise that the operators of such in
stitutions as the Agricultural and Com
mercial Associations are pretty hand
somely remunerated for their services
of placing the publicity of their cam
paigns. The Glacier charges its local adver
tisers fair rates, and we are told by
our patrons that they get their mon
ey's worth. So we have written the
Agricultural and Commercial Assoiia
tinns, stating that we will uccept their
articles as advertisements at our regu
Whan Kx-I'rcsidciit Taft passed
through Hood Kiver Sunday morning
he was greeted by a crowd of represen
tative citizens from town and valley.
Nor were they partisan Republicans.
Such an ovation for a celebrity is no un
usual thing. However, the Hood Kiver
crowd was not drawn to the station
Sunday morning because of the pros
u'd of something spectacular in store.
They were not looking for sensations.
As numbers of the local gathering to
greet the ex-president expressed them
selves, they wanted to look upon the
former chief executive, great in stat
ure and great in mind, because of their
admiration, respect and honor for him.
The people of 1'urtlaml, the state's
metropolis, turned out in like manner.
Taft is a popular man, both North and
South, Kast and West. It is not a pop
ularity of caprice, not a whim of the
mobs. All classes, the nation over,
hold him in sincere, earnest regard.
More than ever has the nation real
ized the statesmanship of the man.
William Howard is big, smiling, gener
ous hearted, and yet a serious, calm,
cool thinker. He is not given to out
bursts, even though pubile sentiment
ii'.ay have demanded them. He has
every quality of a gentleman, and never
has he been even accused of placing the
interests of William Howard Taft be
fore the interests of the I'nited States
safety of swimmers, and lessons in
methods of resuscitating drowned per
sons mil d given.
"Saftey First, is good slogan lor
a beach. It might be well for a pul-
motor in ha filacer! here. Still. is
said, this life saving apparatus re
quires the operation of a skilled per
son. If the members of the new club
maintain careful watch on the beach
even possible scares by poor swimmers
may be avoided, V
Mayor Dumble has appointed the
custodian of the new swimming pool a
special policeman with authority and
instructions to arrest any male annoyer
who may choose to visit the place of
recreation on afternoons set aside for
the gentler sex. It is to be regretted
that.any such action ever became nec
essary. The swimming pool will give
its greatest pleasure to women a d
small children, too timid to visit the
beach on the Columbia. Any annoyer
should be severely punished.
C. N. Ravlin, Oregon's chief of hor
ticulture, who had charge of Benson
Day festivities at the Panama-Pacific
International exposition, certainly
achieved distinction, according to Anne
Shannon Munroe, special writer for the
Oregonian. This Hood Kiver orchard
ist and arranger of exhibits is a hustler
Keep your eye on Hood River's band.
We predict that Professor Epping and
his horn blowers will be in demand at
northwestern functions next year.
Has not Hood River enough glory
without four-foot cucumbers? The Or
egonian. PANAMA TRIP CON
TEST IS CLOSE
Miss Ktheljane McDonald is now in
the lead in the Panama fair trip con
test, which will last two more weeks.
The standing of the contestants is as
Ktlieljano McDonald ii-r,77-l
Marioriu liarr li'i.TlMi
Florence Gould tVUIH
(iladyse Vogel 57.4!4
Mitydalene Mitchell 5,3lH
Commercial Club Notes
Secretary Scott, of the Commercial
elub, who is acting on the Live Stock
show committees, says he is getting
letters by the dozen from balloon and
parachute artists, flying machine men,
fireworks people, etc., who wish to
draw crowds to the Live Stock show.
The executive committee, however,
has placed a ban on all such attrac
tions. The stock Bhow is given as an
educational institution to encourage
the industry in Hood Kiver and will be
confined to such.
A complete digest of the Railroad
Commission decision on the Hood River
electric rate case is given in the Ore
gon Voter under date of July 31. Ta
bles of all expenses are given with the
cost of producing service to each class
of business. It is mighty interesting
reading. Copies can be secured by
sending 10 cents to the Oregon Voter,
A (ielerntinn of th Rivers unit Har
bors committee of the national con
gress passed through the city on the
lllth inst., on their way to inspect the
Celiln canal. A local Commercial club
committee went to the train and met
the members of the party, chatting for
a lew moments. TheiCiub has had re
cent corresponding with the War de
partment regarding steps necessary to
secure harbor improvements here.
t KISS, Fl RS AND FP.ATIIKKH
During the course o the season local
jieople and their visitors, w hile on fish
ing excursions and when hunting in the
mountains, have many interesting ex
periences. The Glacier will be very glad
to have fishermen and hunters give an
account of their experiences to this
column of the paper. If you hear a
story or a good joke, report it.j
The joke is on the Glacier. The point
of the joke in the first item in Fins,
Furs and Feathers was omtited last
'I he passing over of a paragraph has
caused many readers to ask the Glacier
the meaning of the joke. The item
should have been as follows:
Somebody called Clarence Gilbert
over the telehone last week and asked
him if ho wouldn't like to have a mess
"Certainly," replied Mr. Glibert.
"Just hold the line, then," was the
Mr. Gilbert awaited at the telephone
for 10 minutes before he caught on to
the joke and in turn called up a friend.
We are given to understand that the
I loud River Beach club proposes to
perfect its organization more fully
next season. The protected cove east
of Hood river will be given careful at
tention, and will be beautified and
made more convenient for swimmers
by the time the water gets warm
enough for acquatic sports. A trained
member of the club will be present at
all times to provide for the utmost
Judge Derby is probably the only
Hood Kiver man who ever tried to
catch a full grown grouse with his bare
hands. W. L. Clark, who spends much
time afield in open season, vouches for
It happened Monday of last week,
when Mr. Clark accompanied Judge
Derby on a hunt on the Fast Side, the
Judge scouring the brushland for birds
for the stag dinner given his fellow
members of the bar.
"While we were hunting on a steep
hillside," says Mr. Clark, "a grouse
was flushed. Judge Derby lited both
barrels in quick succession, and the
bird seemed to tall in the top of a fir
that found root at the base of the hilt,
its top being almost on a level with us.
However, we didn't see the bird hit the
"We proceded to the level ground,
and after a thorough search but a vain
one. Judge Derby removed his boots
and climbing a small hr reached the
branches of the larger tree. He had
no more than placed his hand on the
third bough until I heard him mutter
in bated breath: 'Here he is, Louis,
sitting there on a limb as dignified as
Judge Itradshaw on the bench.' He
pointed into the dense foliage, but try
as 1 would, 1 couldn't see the bird.
"I took a slant at the tree from all
angles, and finally the Judge became
disgusted and decided to stalk the bird.
He crept up the tree, and although I
never saw the bird till it flew, in a few
moments I heard a whir and a muffled
exclamation, full of meaning, from the
Judge. He said he reached within two
feet of the grouse, and was just pre
paring to catch it when it became
frightened and flew."
and Rud Imholz spent Sunday on the
Lske Branch at the cool forest retreat.
Mr. OeWitt is spending several days
Dr. and Mrs. J. Smith, of Centralis,
Wash., have been encamped at Camp
Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Dakin and son,
Ivan, have been camping near Sandy
W. R. Sherwood and party have been
fishing and hunting in the Greenpoint
Mrs. Ida Parker and children have
returned from the West Fork.
Walter Wilke and Calvin Bullard
killed a bear last week in the huckle
berry fields beyond Trout Lake. Mr.
Bruin weighed nearly 400 pounds.
White Salmon Enterprise.
Judge Derby, W. L. Hodges and Joe
G. Vogt bagged five fine grouse in the
hills back of Oak Grove last Friday af
ternoon. Ten yowlers have made their appear
ance in the back yard of the Hotel Ore
gon. The stork for cats arrived last
week with five kittens for each of two
mother cats, who reside in this favorite
Glen Cory spenta part of last week
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood at
P. G. Buttendorf, of Beaverton,
where he operates the state bird and
pheasant farm, was here Tuesday pur
chasing young China pheasants from
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Emery spent the
week end at the homes of Mr. and Mrs.
I). P. Emery and Mr. and Mrs. 11. I).
Kmery. The three families spent Sun
day in vain fishing.
Rand Grills Government Men
Last week while cruising for the
county, Hugh Smith and William Rand,
according to the latter, discovered a
forest tire burining in the dense, virign
"After an investigation," says Mr.
Kand, "we came to the conclusion that
it had been set by a couple of the Unit
ed States geological men. We found
their camp and identified them by pa
per hagB left there.
"We found that we could not put out
the fire and left. Pretty soon we over
took the men and asked them why they
had set the fire. At first they denied
it, but finally owned up that it was due
to their carelessness, and Btated that
they hail been having an argument as
to which had caused the tire."
Arens Buys More Land
Prof. F. X. Arens was in the city
Monday closing a (leal with Walter II.
Austin, a Middle Valley neighbor, for
the purchase of 14 acres of land. The
newly bought place adjoins the Arens
tract purchased several years ago from
Dr. W. S. Nichol and where the Arens
family has since made their home.
Mr. Austin was accompanied by his
wife and children, Irma and Byron
W. B. Arens was here with his father.
I AN f ATA PAIR
Boys School Suits
Don't forget that we have the
largest assortment of right clothes
for boys.neat serviceable pattern,
dressy in appearance with best of
wearing materials and prices most
reasonable. Bring the boys in
and see the suits on them. You
can do better here than sending
away. You can try on different
models, see the different materi
als and we think you'll find our
values better than you can get by
sending away. Come and see
them whether you want to buy
right now or not. We want you
to see the big values we offer.
Ready to Wear Dresses for Girls and Misses
A bijr assortment made of good grade gingham, percale and
madras, neatly trimmed and made. You will find it to your ad
vantage to buy these ready made if you are busy at all, for you
can buy them ready to put on for about what the material will
cost you. Come in and see them. 2nd floor
Special! Ladies Hose 1 Oc
Colors blue, tan, white, lavender, black, fine lisle
thread with double heel, sole and toe; values up jfjp
to 35c, lace; your choice, the pair only 1U0
Special! Ladies plain black, tan and lavender
silk lisle hose, values up to 25 cents. jDp
Your choice "
Special! Misses' and children's white and black
hose, sizes 5 to 8. lace effect, values up to 20c a Dp
pair. Your choice
Special! Ladies Muslin Drawers
Plain and lace and embroidery trimmed; values
up to 50c. Your choice, the pair
Special prices on Ladies' Shirts Waists. 2nd floor
Don't miss these bargains.
Scene from "The Folly of a Life of Crime"
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City Does Not Own River Frontage
After an investigation by City Attor
ney Wilbur last week, it was discovered
that the city does not own wharfage
property on the Columbia. The street
property extends to within a few feet
of the water's edge, only.
Not a Plungsr.
"I've seen better days, mum," said
the tramp at the door. "1 once did
business In Wall street"
"Yon surprise me," said the sympa
thetic housewife. "Did you deal In
stocks nod bonds?"
"No, mum. Pencils wut me line."
Birmingham Age Herald.
Notice in hereby given tluit the hhhchh
incut roll (or Uilftof the IIcxkI Kiver Ir
rigation IliHtrii't lias liccn completed and
turned over to the secretary and that
the board will set uh a Imard of equaliza
tion at the olliie of the board on Tues
day afternoon, September , l'.M).
f!y order of the Hoard of IMrcctoiH.
V. KKNWlt'K, Secretary.
Dated August 12, IMS. 'm,2
$100 Reward, $100
The reatliTs of this paper will be
pli'iixt'ri ti It ut ii thut there la at leant one
ilnacleil dimus.' that silence has been
alili to curt- In all It" muges, and that is
ruturrli. Hull's I'ularrh Cure Is the only
puMllve curi' now known to the medical
fraternity. I'nturrh belli a constitutional
iliHi-am-, ri'iiuirt'H a roiiHtltutlonal treat
mi'iit. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken tn
lirnally. uiIItik directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, therein-
destroying; the foundation of the dis
ease and kIvIiir the patient strength by
hiilliliuK up I lie constitution and assisting
.lalurc In doing lis work. The proprietors
have so much faith In lis curative pow-
rs that they offer tine Hundred Dollars
for any case that It fulls to cure. Send
or list of testimonials.
Aildrim: F .1 I'll I1NKY CO . Toledo. O.
.-Mild bv nil hniKRlst,
Tuke tun Family Pills for constipation.
At Gem Theatre Friday Only
The first 15 days in December
is a pood time to plant Roses,
Shrubs and all hardy plants.
We have them. Have also tu
lips and daffodils. Tot plants
for winter at Franz', where
orders for cut flowers will be
Fletcher (El Fletcher
Phone 47J8 Hood River
The House of Feature Photoplays
P. D. Lambert, Mgr.
Today. William Fox presents
"A Fool There Was"
liy Porter Kinerwin Brown. Holiert Ililliirds lireatest riicccrh featuring
Kdward .Joho ami llieilu I'.iira, the world's most noted Vnmpre. A
wonderful six reel production taken from Kmlyard Kiplin'H
most famous poein "Vampre."
Friday only, August 27th
Sontag and Evans of California in
"The Follies of A Life of Crime"
A six reel feature drama you can't afford to miss.
Special School Children's Candy Matinee
at two p. m.
Admission Always 5c and 10c
For Sale ir.il seres of land In t' runner sec
tion ol Oiik tirove district, f- T ai'ie. H. A.
Hue kelt, (dame '.Till, HiMid Klver, Ore. s(iii
Knr Ssle - IViiches at my orchard, llriini
your Imxt's and do your own picking. U. 11.
liolitilns, Kast ilurrett. l'lione f9ti. tt'.'ti
For Sale - 1 have one fresh Jersey cow giving
hetier titan four gallons of milk; another will
freshen sisnt; several will fresh in September,
all good ones; also baled clover Itay at my
ranch In rnlral Vale, phone Udell lUD. O.K.
Kor Sale Fine, young J ersey cow. fresh lasi
month. F. I, II. von Lllbki'u. Id house west
of HriMikslile Hrlve.
For Sale My II ve passenger Keocar. Newly
patnieil, new top. ?. till cash, fan he seen and
d ied at I olimihia garage; Ralph Knot, nc'Ttf
KorSnieor Kent Five rm m house with
htilh, huilt in ctiphourds and all modern con
veniences; two lots; price reasonable; parly
leaving luvn uiid will sell on terms as easy as
paying rent. Furniture foi sale, luqutreat
Monlello Ave., phone i;isl. spi
For Sale A modern 4 room house. Party
oing hack KM. Inquire at pint Kallroad SI.
. m. pitut'is, a.',
W. J. Maker returned Monday from
Camp MinnetiHhp. Harry T. leWitt
For Sale Nice gentle pony, ti years old. suit
aide for children to ride to sclnsil. Inquire or
wrlle J. F. Carroll, Muster, Oregon. spH
For Maie-t'heap work horse, good lor driv
ing or riding. Sato Pros., K, K. P J, box 1V.
llimd Klver, Oregon. sp;'
For Sale-Farm wsgoti with box bed. Tele
phone 7sn. n-i;
F or Sale-Team or bay mares, weight about
llii; wsgon snd harness for (.Me. lis if cash.
One new SI utleliaker wagon and isck,t7Sio
One bay colt, months old. I'. 1.. F'osberg, K
F. 1). :t, phone VU. s2
For sale A ft he sound ti ve year horse for
I'houe Odell Xti. V. L. Morse, l arkdale. spj
For Sale-Cow 4 yens old. heifer calf and
S broods due to farrow September. Write or
will call on vou or phone "sVl'i tietween CJ and
1 uoon. F. W. Hurt, H. K. 1). No. . s.
Knr Suit' -One hiiih frrtkrie Jersey n
nioiiiliH old, of the blue win in. My cowt are
sellttiif Ht last tot they come fresh. If yon need
en w il will be well to make your selection
before lliey rre;lu'ii. All trtoeli may be seen at
Central Vale farm. lbone Henry t'hevron,
ItJHMell. C. K. Hone, Rp-tHf
I'own lor Hale. Kanch to Iawe If you wtth
to purchase high tirade Jersey cows, betters or
calves, you should look ut my held at my
i'eutral Vale ratirb I have fifty hed ofcowa,
heifers and calves; no better ttrade Jerseys can
be found anywhere: 1 have two stoek ranch
In the V ui icy and the rlhi man can cet a
3 year's lease on one of them. No un? to
write me. You can see the slock at the ranch
and get prices, ('. R. Hone. aplMf
For ShIc choice oft wo tine cows, 1 register,
ed I m roc boar and sow. horec iotato Uier,
UW ft. of :i inch Iron pipe, cord wood. Hi. '
phone ot.Jj, J. K Korden. nJT
i For Sale-Cheap work horse. Alcoa good
'combination driving, riding and work horse.
ti 1'oland China plus will sell how with them,
i Meadow 1 1 rook Furni. .'hone NVM. tf
For Sale-CanninK tomatoes, lo per pound.
Phone Mil. Hruno Frame. Mii
Teaches for Sale. 1'hone ft;n. aJti
For Sale or Kxchauge for apples Young
Jersey cow, Just fresh, give 8', gallon.. tet
five per cent; also young pigs. A. Ostium,
Barrett district, phone fcW. npio
For Sale lierkshtre ptgs eight weeks old.
Want stock Ui pasture. 1'hone g.i.
For Sale A aecoud band fuller (trading
Machtueat a bargain. Cutler Hro. a.-v
! A Snap acres ou the Columbia Highway
some bearing orchard, lots ot free water: will
I make the fluent Summer Home. Trice Smmuu,
) your own time at ti per ceul Interest. See the
For Ssle or Trade For pigs, laying hens.
Thoroughbred Ittg Type Poland. China hogs
for aaleA lew service boars, bred gills and
weaning pigs all registered or eligible to reg
ister. These are sired by our Hig Knox, tJoid
Standard and Otaud 1-ook hoars, Htg Knox
sired the Junior Grand Champion of Iowa
P1H; thette are all of the big easy feeding pro
lific type and arc priced lo-.ell. Address H.
S. Galilean, Hoo Kiver, Or., phone olti
For Rent Near high school, house on Hull
street, Itirnlsheil or unfurnished. Uaru, gar
den and some fruit, t'a'.l Hull St, spa
For Kent-Three furnished rooms with pri
vate bath for light housekeeping. Ou Slat st.
I'houe III71. aill
Wanted A woman to do family waahlnr
Mrs. UJ. BuUerrleld,!H7 Eugene St.
Wanted To trade a team. What have you"
I'. 1.. Fosherg, K. K. D- No. . si
Wanted Four or five Horsepower gasoline
engine. Address C. T. Huberts, Kt. 1. spi
Wauled (ilrl for general housework. Mrs,
v". C I arpenler, telephone -I7SM. aJii
Wanted A simile man for general runii
anil team work.- 4lrkersou , l'ei k, telephone
Wanted Family at once on fruit ranch
Mail must he experienced In orchard work
anil woman must he good esik and house
keeper. Have to board S U ft men during the
summer House unfurnished. Call at Com
mercial Club from Id to4. Address K., care
ti lacier. t
Wanted A second hand one horse hack or
spring wagon. Phone fttit.'t. Sp2
Wanted Immediately Family on ranch.
Man must tie used to orchard work and wo
man must begiHidemik aud neat housekeeper
Address K.. care Ulaeler. aat',
l,)Ul-lt,ilu'Min Hub flmm ami t t .
on West Side, a lady's black Heal hand bag
i-tiimiiiiiK .units iiu ui urr Jtters. A suit
able reward will be paid for recovery of same.
Leave at ti lacier or phone S5:K. Bpj
Uist-From hub of sntoiuoblle. alumln bub
cap. Keward If returued to Dr. Humble. 2
1 Hist Crank to 19U model Chalmers ti auto
mobile. Probably lost in city. Keturn to
Fasutou Mables. $2
TYPEWRITERS For sale or rent on easy
terms A. W. Outturns: aJl-U
For Trade-Lumber for hay. Columbia Mil
pllOUe 14. jy-Jm
F'onnd-A portion of s Masonic button: ow
ner may have same hy calling at The lilaclrr
ottlce aud paying for cost of ad. :
Isist On Sunday, August S.on road betwecu
Punch Bowl and Hood Klver. heavy gray
mackiuaw coat, pair of lady's gloves In poc
ket. Finder please notify K. 11. 1'uminlugs,
Mokter, Oregou. as
St Coaches ffi i
Tral Hum l V ;'J KV V7 snowing tarty ut
CowGir,J WmP &
Racing. Roping f.ypr
ArftnrhA Durtiniv Guf A 9 vX II
in the Far West
SEPT. 16-17 -18. 1915
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Cilirm Kim mt efn Hs Tn
W TrtsM W1I B Sol Vfm AsplcsHis,
A WESTERN SHOW mrs the REAL TH1HG
Get Your Saw Into It
anil yon w ill readily discover that our
lumber iH not of the ordinary variety
but in a class by itself when quality is
considered. t'e have been in the lum
ber business long enough to be able to
discriminate in favor of that which ser
ves you best and is the most economical
Bridal Veil Lumbering Co.
Building Material and Box Shooks
"SAFETY FIRST" HAND LAMP
Everybody's handy electric lamp. Any single or
dinary dry battery fits it. Retails for $2.00, spec
ial rate of $1.75 until September 1st.
For Further Particulars Address
T. L. Bogcrt, 504 Oak Street, Hood River, Oregon
Northwest Distributor Agents Wanted
Vetch and Clover Seed
I'laee your orders for seed i.ow. (let your seed in before early Fall
rains. We carry u full line of Kail grains for hay and cover crops.
Clover Seed, Alfalfa Seed. Alsyke Clover VETCH. RYE,
WINTER WHEAT and WINTER OATS.
KELLY BROS. WAREHOUSE
Seventh and R. R. St.
PEOPLES NAVIGATION COMPANY
Down Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays
Up Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays
All kinds of freight and passengers handled. Horses and automobiles
given special attention.
Jack Bagley, Agent, Phone 3514
i Johnson Hall
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With new builillnss. better fqnlumrnt,
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