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f - "A jC 1 ' . - mrw 1 IV VT- i- Ladies' a . . - Wrap ALL SIZES, ; ; Clearance Sale. Our stock of Wrappers, T5c to 1, ALL GO AT ' 50c f :" Everything; from $1.2,710 $2 at 95c ; .y . (iol fctock, but not 'the Reliance brand, which we will keep exclusive ly in the future. ' ' Commencing Friday, April 17; One ' week. only. Cheaper than dirt. Yours Truly, O..R. & N.., TIME TABLE. Ea't"homif No. a, Chicago Hnprlnl, 11:50 a. m. No. 4, Mpokane I1 Iyer, 8:2; p. 111. No. tl, Mull and Kx press, 110:16 p. in. No. 21, Way Freight, 8:4" p, in. No. 22. Fast Freight, 3:45 a. m. Weal bound No. 1, Portland Special, 2:05 p. m. No. 3, 1'ortland Flyer, 5:07 a. in. No. 5, Mall and F.xpress, 7:40 a. in. No. 2:1, Wav Freight, K:15 a. in. No. 21, Faxt Freight, 11:30 p. m. ; UIUEF; LOCAL MATTERS. Milk for Sale Mrs. Fred Howe. (Jet Bartniesa' prices on shingles. If you want a. hack, get a Racine ofj N; V. iione. It will jjny'-yoiJ 1 6et Bartmesa prices on building material. Dressed cliix for your Sunday dinner, at Hood River Commercial Co. .boors and windows Bartmess lias the most. complete, stock in town. For Racino buggies, carriages, spring wagons, phadons, call on N. W. Bone. At present we can use a few nice chickens. Hood River Commercial Co. Fetch Portland quotations on house furnishings to Bartmess and save freight. Get a new sot of harness at wholesale prices, made to the order of N. W. Bone. United States "mail boxes at 1.50 while this lot lasts, the next lot will be f 1.75 and 2.25 at Dallas' Just received a line of watches, clocks, jewelry and silverware, at F. W. Clarke's, opposite postofiice. Are you contemplating buying a watch? . Bisft'te jiuiclinaiug see F. W. Clarke, opposite the post office. We will guarantee our creamery but ter to give satisfaction or money re funded. tHood Kiver Commercial Co. Two hundred. f) ,000 to loan on real estate, if voof -security is good your money is ready. . leather Investment Co.. PaVtii.a l.avina tirooer'tv for sale would do'Wtill to .list the-same- with us atonce, in order to have it inserted in our new and handsome booklet we aw getting out for circulation throughout the East ern states. Obo. D. Cl'i.beutsos & Co. SEEDS- All kinds of par den h (!.- just as good quality ns you get anywhere. What's the use to pay mure when yon can get the usual 5 cidil pack age here for 2c. 104th All yen want this price. '- at Crockery Cups and saucers, dinner plates. breakfast plates, desert plates, platters, baking dishes, vegetable dishes, bowls pitchers, toilet sets, etc., at little prices. Overalls Fancy woven blue; and white striped duck, large bib, elastic shoulder straps, front and hip mm kets, double stitched stayed crotch the very best made. Men's sizes Mf llovs sizes , Wv Boys' Shirts Our :.liow ing is eninplete in negligee and dress styles, Plain w hite, colored leri!cs, and silk fronts, frtc and 75c Boys' Full Blouse Waists. 25c Fauntelrov Wafsts - j-jl:-3'1c Wash Fabrics Real g(Kd quality that w ill pay you to put iiitirsiunnier waists ami dresses.and prices consistently low . Come to t'. The Little lM 'AV M ( Z fc(V hij Maker of Low Prices. an. a , ... . - ... ...... , Always Up to Date. F pers, With every Boys' Suit sold from 3 years to 15 years a 20th Century Airship , v ' . given absolutely F Tor bargains in watches and jewelry of all kinds see O. H. Temple. He car ries a full line of the best quality, all guaranteed. - He is highly recommended for testing eyes and fitting them with lenses. . A one cent postal card Bent to the Watts Marble Works, The Dalles, Or. will bring the samples of monuments to your own home. Try it If you want a stone. . , The Watts Marble Works-are pre pared with a large stock of monuments to fill orders for Decoration day. Order at once. . If you want to file on timber land homesteads, call on George T. Prather, U. S. Commissioner, district of Oregon. For watches, clocks, jewelry and sil verware, see F. W. Clarke, at Clarke's drug store, opposite postoffice. . Special prices given on monuments until May 30, at Watts Marble Works. Pasturage A few cows taken at $2 a month. H. C. COE. Bring your eggs and butter to Hood River Commmercial Company. Try the new bulk pickles at Hartley's, both sweet and sour. Fresh cow and Holstein bull for sale j inquire at Tucker's. Buckwheat flour and maple Fyrup at Spot Cash Grocery, Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic and keep off gray hairs. O. B. Hartley has 8 head of good fresh milk cows for sale. . Bottom prices on doors and windows at Bartmess No. 1 baled hay for sale at the Transfer & Livery Co. Wranted 5 to 10 acres grubbed. B. R. Tucker." " - Fresh celery and lettuce at Hartley's . Paradise sodas at Hartley's. . . :. Died. In Hood River valley, April 15, 1903, Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caddy, aged 4 weeks. . STORE NEWS. . SATURDAY SURPRISE jMK.X'S SOFT BOSOM SHIRTS A whole window full of I . colors and stripe effects, just the kind for "prlng and ' tKc and 75c values at a social price for Saturday, 48c each. I ALl. SI.KS. MASY HEED SOI OF THESE ? Stove K)lish 3c and 5c Silver polish.', 10c Furniture polish ... . .'. 15c Bath bricks, pkg, .10c Scouring soap 8c I-aumlry soap : -v 4c Sponges . , .- .8c Carpet beateis 15c Carpet stretchers 10c Double pointed tax, pkg 3c Tack hammers 6c and 8c Mop sticks 15c Scrubbing pails 20c Scrub brushes.. .' 12c Window cleaners 35c Browins ...19c and 25c Dusters . 15c and 20c Shelf paer, pkg 5c and 10c Wire clothes lines.....' 13c Cotton clothes fines 10c Sorina clothes I'ins. 3 dx , 10c Parlor matches, pkg .. The Store Whore tin1 Tiivl Purse Finds Store with GOOD pee! The boys and girls run after it, babies, crow for it, and old folks " laugh and want a hand in the fun, too. It will fly 5&Jx) 300 feet in the air, and can be used hundreds of , -times. FRANK A. CRAM. New Today. An auction of fruit trees is rather un usual in this part of the country, al though in the East it is quite a common thing. - Such a sale, however, is billed for Monday, April 20,at 10 o'clock a. m. at the Columbia nursery, 2 miles south of town. The great demand for trees this spring will doubtless bring a crowd and the announcement that Joe Purser will officiate as auctioneer is assurance of a good time. For particulars see small Dill. 11. C. DATE II AM. Keep your mind on those sightly building lots in Coe's 3d addition, while looking for a location. This ideal home place is but a few minutes' walk from the business center and post office, ' is set to strawberries, has city water. No finer location in the city for homes. For terms of sale call on , Geo. D. Cul bertson & Co., general agents. Hood River may not be as large as some of our sister cities, but that is , no reason we should not be able to buy as good a quality of goods at home. Try Slocom for the finest of stationery, books, etc Not only the event of the season, but of many seasons Evangeline at the opera bouse Saturday evening, April 25, by over seventy people all in the pictur esque costume of the Acadians. Persons desiring to purchase tickets to or from any points in Europe or South Africa may secure the same from John L. Henderson, who is agent for the Beaver line of steamships. BARNES, the real estate man, has several desirable homesteads which have not been filed on. Slocom has some odds and ends in box stationery which are selling at cost, to clean up the line. BARNE8, the real estate man, col lects rent for outside property owners. Don't miss the butterfly drill in Evan geline. Opera house, April 25. Transfer papers carefully drawn by Barnes, notary public. Seventy people in Evangeline. Coming Evangeline. 3 TIMES As great as last year. That's what our business is so far. There's a reason for it our little prices. One good way to make money is to save it One good way to save it is to trade here. It's up to you. SALE. them. Solid Summer wear. AS YOU WANT. Wall paper cleaner A putty-like preparation which will from the most delicate remove stains paper witnout injuring it. Will save you repapering your room. Per can 20c. Fishing: Tackle Everything for the fisherman poles, lines, reels, spoons, flies, sinew hooks, fly hooks, spears, prepared bait, bait boxes, baskets, etc. Little Prices. Sun Bonnets All new effects. This season's styles in nne quality percale not the cheapest but cheap enough for you when you see now cneap tney sre ai zoc. If you are Thinking of buying a violin, mando lin, guitar, oanjo, utiier, autoharp, ac cordeon, cornet or any other instrument come to us. We can fit you out in a pleasing manner. Instant Relief. Little Prices. W. Kirkwood tells a thrilling story of his fishing trip last Sunday.. It all happened just below the forks of Hood river. Mr. Kirkwood was preparing to make his fishing rod stationary while he got a drink, and pulled out a rock to weight down the pole. The rock he pulled out loosened a huge boulder which toppled down upon him and knocked him Into the river, where, waist deep in the water, he remained for an hour or more with his foot wedged between two rocks. Mr. Kirkwood finally caught onto some drift wood and thus managed to extricate himself, with the loss of one Bhoe and a badly bruised shin. Kirkwood was alone at the time. For a while he thought the game was up and began to think of his past life. He declares he won't go . fishing again on Sunday. " . ' Several East Side farmers and fruit growers are giving their attention to drainage in their fields and orchards. Last November H. Lage, A. I. Mason, Peter Mohr.L. E. Clark and Chris Deth man ordered two carlords of tiling from Yamhill county.' Monday one carload arrived, which was all they could get after waiting all this time. This tiling is bought at the following prices: 3-in, $15,95 per 1000 ; 4-ln, $23.85 per 1000. Mr. Mason has already put in 4,500 feet of tiling and is now laying 500 feet more. Up to the present time he held the championship for tile laying on the East Side, but says he must now surrender the belt to Hans Lge, who has in 7,000 feet of drain tile. The East Siders are firm believers in tile drainage. ,. - Thursday of last week was "opening day" at the general merchandise store of R. B. Bragg & Co. The store was crowded all day 'Wftlt the friends and patrons of the new firm, who came to see the splended display of drygoods and groceries, and Mr. Bragg is well satisfied with his prospects for a successful busi ness. This enterprising firm is putting in a large stock of fancy drygoods in tended to meet the present-day needs of Hood Riyer people. A large assortment of shoes will also be kept on hand. The lowpriceson goods at this store is an attraction not to -be .overlooked. Read the company's ad in another column. Charlie Davidson, was down from his homestead at Mount Hood during the week. He is very much pleased with his location and will improve his place by planting orchards, and some day will build a sanitarium. A big room will be added to store crutches people will have no further use for after a short stay at his health resort. Last week he built a cabin and will take up his permanent abode there. .The store of George Bowen, at Glen wood, was burned three weeks ago, Wednesday evening.. At the time of the fire, Mr. Bowen'ssafe was open and in it were his books,, with several thou sand dollars worth of accounts,, also about $5,000 or $6,000 worth of notes, which werp all destroyed.. The stock he carried was estimated at about $5,000. and the building at $2,500. He carried $3,000 insurance on the building and contents. Mrs. H. Pugh.whq has been ill for a long time, was much worse Sunday. Mrs. Morgan, who nursed Mrs. Pugh for 10 months, until she herself took sick, wag called again Monday morning, as it was Mrs. Pugh's wish that she should come back to nurse her. The trained nurse from Portland, who had taken Mrs. Morgan's place, returned to Port land, Monday. , Joseph A. Knox of Dukes valley met with an accident Thursday of last week which laid him up in bed for a day or two. He was helping Tom Broderick with the grubbing 'machine, when the ratchet was not working right, and through carelessness the sweep was al lowed to fly back, and" it' hit Mr. Knox on the thigh. . Captain and Mrs. Richmond and Captain Braun of the Salvation Army of The Dalles were in Hood River dur ing the week. The comrades were very thankful for the contributions made for the good of the cause thev represent. They held meetings in the M. E. church Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. T. C. Dalles received the announce ment, last week, that Miss Florence Champlain would be married at her mother s home in l ortland, April a, 1903, . to Frank Herbert Irwin. The oung couple started the same day on a ridal trip of three months. Thomas L. Brvce of Astoria has pur chased 20 acres of Jim Lacy of the East Side. Mr. Brycepaid $100 an acre for the land. He will plant an apple or chard, and expects to move here shortly with bis family. C. W. Murphy of the Willow Flat neighborhood is setting out 300 Ben Davis, Uano and Black 1 wig apple trees. He was unable to procure Yellow New- towns, which were his choice for plant ing but will top graft after the trees get a start. The steamer Dalles City last Friday blew out a cylinder head while just be low Portland. No one was injured and the disabled steamer proceded to the Cascades where passengers and freight were transiered to the iahoma. L. N. Blowers, Monday, purchased from W. A. Morehead of California the lot and store building occupied by Bone & McDonald; consideration $3,000. Prather & Hemman negotiated the sale. Orion Kinersly, the well-known and popular traveling man for the Blake McFall Paper company, is sick with smallpox at his home in The Dalles. He contracted the disease at Shaniko. J. A. Dickason and son Arnie of Rod man, Iowa, arrived last week in Hood River. Mr. Dickason is a brother of Mrs. II. W. Wait. He conies to Oregon to look for a farm for his home. A petition is in circulation and has been extensively signed in the Nicolai neighborhood, asking the post office de partment to change the name from Nic olai to Menominee.. Mrs. Harry Bailey returned three weeks ago from her visit to her old home in Missouri. She had a very enjorable visit but is glad to get hack to Hood River. G. A. McCurdy has recently cleared an acre of ground on his land near the creek which he will put into oats this spring and seed it to timothy. E. C. Mahaney has built a temporary shelter on his lots on the hill bought of Mrs. Clough. He has moved there and will build a neat cottage. Mrs. 8. 8. Noternan has returned from Pendleton. She is glad to get back home and says there is no place like Hood River. E. Z. Ferguson, secretary of the As toria Abstract, Title and Trust com pany, was in Hood River last week with Thomas L. Bryce. P. A. Chrisman and family are here from Iown, and have rented the Bate ham cottage at the nursery. E. W. Qnarl is the new O. R. & X. agent at Hood Kiver. He takes the place of the late A. N. Hoar. , Charles Rathbun and wife have re moved to James Moore's place in the Crapper district. Miss Grace Hobson of Portland came up Tuesday and i Uie gnest of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Blythe. . Mrs. M. P. Isenberg started on ber trip to Pennsylvania "Wednesday even ing. Jim Langille, who has been" staying at N. Tostavin's since the runaway ac cident in which he w as the star perform er, returned to town and is again on the streets. He was .thrown against a barbed wire fence with such force that he broke the wire with his head and nearly knocked out a post with his body. It was a close call, but he is getting along all right, and in a few days will be able to forget all about the accident. . F. E. Strang has rented and moved onto the Keating place, formerly the property of Commissioner Ilibhard. This is one of the good farms . in Hood River, and Mr. Strang proposes to make a success as a practical fruitgrower. He will have 15 acres, in bearing apples, 7 acres in strawberries and about the same acreage in clover. Mr. Strang was a printer nine years ago in the ollice of the Coquille City Herald. Henry Shute and family came down from Elgin, Saturday, and expect to re main in Hood River for two months. Mr. Shute is still in the employ of the O. R. & N. company. Ho save the firm of Parker & Gibbons at Elgin is doing a good business. Snow covered the ground to a depth of two inches when Mr. Shute left Elgin. J. II. Blew left this week for Trout Lake, where he went to take charge of a general merchandise store formerly con ducted by Chapmen Bros. Mr. Blew is a firm believer in the future of the Trout Lake country, and is confident of success in his store venture. The proposed aew post pfflce at this favorite summer resort will be located in Mr. Blew's store. Seasonable Special Offerings We are better prepared this season than ever before to meet your wants in all lines of General Merchandise. Our stock was never so complete in every department. We bought early, securing the very best selections and the very lowest prices, and we propose to . maintain our reputation for selling the Best Merchandise at Lowest Prices. Men's Clothing We carry a large stock and take great pride in this department. Our 1 all wool Suits for Men can't be beaten, in fact we defy competition in this line. An almost endless line to- choose from. Price $7 to 20. Shoes The SELZ kind they have stood the test of time. When a customer wears a pair from 7 to 12 months continuously isn't it evidence enough that they wear. The soles are made from oak-tanned leather and are the Sole of Honor. EQYAL BLUE 13.50. Phone 581. Captain J. P. Shaw has purchased the patent right for Wasco county of I. S. Bunker's fire and burglar alarm. . It is one of the best inventions of the kind; simple, yet does its work effectively. No one but a down-east Yank would have thought of such a contrivance. Drop in at the otnee of Geo. D. Culbert son & Co. and the captain will dhow you how it works. Louis Burkhard of Portland spent last week on his farm at Mount Hood and returned to Portland Saturday. Mr. Burkhard has rented his Mount Hood farm for one year to A. A. Kellogg. Af ter that time Mr. Burkhard hopes to have his business arranged so that he can make his permanent home at Mount Hood. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley left Mon day evening for their old home in Day ton Oregon., where they will remain until the strawberry harvest begins here, when Mr. Bradley will be on hand with his peanut roaster and corn popper to supply the wants of our nu merous floating population in that tine. Henry Prigge shipped another con signment of apples last week to the Seattle market, where some of his Spit zenburgs sold at $2.25 a box. Mr. I'rigge says the Seattle commission men report the price of apples not so good now as in February. His apple crop last fall was 1040 boxes of first class apples. Dr. Brosius called at the Glacier office Wednesday at 11 o'clock and wrote an ad "Girl Wanted." The ad was put in type and at 1 o'clock, twa hours later, a woman called at his residence, asked for the position, and was gladly accepted. It pays to make your wants known through the Glacier. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Harrison of Port land visited the family of James Hanna over Sunday, Mr. Harrison returning home Monday morning and Mrs. Harri son, Wednesday. Mr. Harrison is now traveling solicitor for the Jacob Kamm steamship company of Portland. The charity dinner given by the W. R. C, Saturday, was well patronized. The women set an excellent table of good substantial fare which was heartily relished by all who partook. The net receipts of the dinner amounted to over t'-i. Barnes, the real estate man, sold 20 acres of Geo. Galligan's holdings near Belmont to Mr.Dickason, brother-in-law to H. W. Wait. Consideration 1,000. Mr. Dickason is going to build at once and will add another to the many good citizens of the valley. Professor Gruiville GodJard writes from Tillamook that he will soon be in Hood Kiver. He has a clans in music that is very desirous to have him stay in Tillamook, but his old love for Hood River is too strong, and he cau't keep away. Hon. E. L. Smith attended a meeting of the state board of horticulture in Portland, Monday, winch met to reor ganize the board for the ensuing term and arrange work for the year. L. II. Richmond commenced to build a story-and-a-half house for Ed Wright . i . t -. ' .. 1 iv. ..., on me corner ui voiiimuia nuu lmmuictj streets, where Mr. Wright owns a lot. L. E. Morse purchased the Crockett house and two lots, corner of River and Fourth streets, and is moving into it with bis lamily. The ladies' alliance of the Unitarian church will meet with Mrs. J. E. Band Friday afternoon, April 17. A child mas born, April 12, to Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Wait, which died the same day. G. E. Williams has moved bis resi dence to C. A. Bell's house on State street. t ".' mm n.i-ri .,..in m r n lfc Shoes for Women at a price that astonishes. Made by a famous factory that has aston ished the shoe men of the country by its low price and high quality. ' You will understand why when you see the Raddiffe Styles. Call and be convinced. W7U y4 w tit THE PEOPLE'S STORE. S. A. KNAPP. Golf Shirts A good many - difierent styles to choose from 50c to 2.50. ' . Men's Hosiery Everything that is new in this line we have from 8Jc to 50c. Men's Underwear Balbriggan underwear, 25c, 50c, 60c and 75c for Summer weight. A great many lines to select from. See TJo fcr G-roceries, J. E. RAND. Miss Lorane Bridges left, Wednesday. April 15, for Mount Carmel, Illinois. Miss Bridges will combine reBt with pleasure during an extended visit with relatives. Her wide circle Df friends will note her departure with regretDur ina her two years residence here she has endeared herself to all who have made her acquaintance and her absence will be keenly felt in the religious, educa tional; and general social life of the val ley. Mrs. Charles T. Early gave a delight ful Easter luncheon on Saturday in honor of Mrs. W. J. Parker, who is vis- itine her sister, Mrs. L. JN. Blowers. Those present were Mesdames Dumble, L. i. iHowers, A. S. Blowers, Butler, Shaw, Bartmess, Hartley, Stewart, Clarke, Reid, Early and the Misses Blowers, Earl and Shungel. Professor Howard Isenberg of Cascade Locks was in town Saturday. His father's family held a reunion on that day and all were present. School Observes Arbor .Day. The pupils of the Hood River public school observed Arbor day with appro priate exercises last Friday afternoon. The three rooms down stairs met with Mrs. Emelie Shaw, and the pupils of the second floor gathered in Miss Min nie Schungel s room, borne vu visitors were present, and the children did very nicely. Had the weather permitted the exercises would have been held in the grove on the school grounds. Following are the programmes rendered:. IX MISS SCHUNOKL'S BOOM. Song, The 1'lauling Son . ..School AiMitsr .'....Principal C. D. Thompson Ki'HUinK, Artxr uay :.....enry Brown KacUutlun, April Mabel liaywrd Kt'Mdirtfl'. nihil' Han Netlle Allen Sons, Arbor Day Pupils Mrs. Retd's room Recitation, The Forest Burleigh Uwh Juou lions Pupil. Mm. Held', room Ktadiug ...Mignon Abbott Kong, A way to the HIII,Mls Nchnngel'. pupils flan ling me Appie ireea.nra. tteia . puun. itw'., The Planting of the Dull ...Vera Allen o notation Pupils Mix. Hchurucer. room boug, Buttle llymu of the Republic .......... IN MBS. .HAW'S BOOM. Planting Song ... ... School Recitation Lola Foater Kix'ltntlon ...............Beiwle Mooney Kxerilse, Concert Second Grade Recitation Joe Hpsngler Recitation .....Keuneth Abbott Recitation . .... Kther Cox Kxercise, Concert Third grade Recitation Mary Oodsey Recitation ....-....Uarnett Hayne. Recitation Madge Hollowell Concert exercise and ng drill Mia. Earl', pupil. Festival of the Tree. Mrs. Hhaw'. pupil. The Children'. Grove Mix. Riddell'. pupil. Class Day at Hood Kiver School Friday is the last day of the present school year, when the following class day programme will be rendered: Htilutatory .... Harold Henhner Recitation, The Indian Ulrl . Lament ........ (jraoe Prather Recitation, The Toiler Homer Wood Ktway Nettle Peugb Song Mra. Margaret Held Recitation ..Klwcxxl Lurkey Recitation, Man'. Devotion Stella Ktuhr Kskhv Florence Buchanan 1'rtip'beclee and valediclory....Ferl Bradley PrcM-n 1 1 n g d ipioniaa .. Adilrcsn - Sung, Though W. Part. By the claM Principal C. D. Thompson closed a most successful school 3 oar, and be is to be cuhgratulaied on bis good work. Everything this year has gone along very smoothly, and there is nothing but praise for all the teachers. Tbe to tal reglstiation this year reached 351 BARRETT SCHOOL IXKRCIBES. The closing programme of the Barrett school was held Friday evening, April 10. in the Valley Christian church. Long before the appointed hour the building was crowded to the doors. Tbe Drocraniitie was rendered as published in the Glacier. It would be quite out of nlace to attempt to comment on the particular features of tbe evening, so ex Walkover SHOE FOR MEN Exclusive Styles, superb : Quality and faultless iii fit. The standard of ex cellence. At the popular : ; price, $3,50. . ' Millinery The latest novelties in fruits, trimmings, ete. Newest ideas in Street Hats. Handsome Dress Hats; Prices as usual, below Portland. Ribbons Latest ; bows tied free of charge. Corsets Thompson's glove fitting corsets, made by the most famous corset factory in the world, satisfattorilly modeled, carefully shaped, neatly made and beautifully fin ished. Thompson's glove-fitting Corsets have no rivals they are superior to all others in point of grace, comfort and durability. Price 75c, 1, $1.50, $1.75 and 2.5Q. Dress Goods We have given this line a' great ileal of careful attention, and have got ten together as complete a line of desir able fabrics as was ever shown in this city. In Bummer Dress goods our stock is strictly up to the times. We have all the newest crea'ions, including Mercer ized Zephyr's, Clung Lace, Stripes, Fan tais Silk, Tissue Linen, Madras Grass Batiste, Muslin de Soie, Tuck Etamine, Linen Batiste, etc. . Men's Furnishing Everything strictly up to dare and right in keeping with good taste. In men'i Neckwear we have the latest col orings in Tecks, Four-in-hands, Bands and Bows. . , , , Free Delivery cellent was the whole programme, yet the music rendered by tbe selected cho rus, the artistic violin duets by the Misses Lewis and the beautiful drill, "Indian Huntress," bore the stamp of unusual merit. This programme was a fitting close to a successful school vear and a testimonial of the high order of wore tnat nas Deen accomplished by Principal Bridges and assistants. Miss Copple and Miss Markley. Easter Services Next Sunday. . Tbe Easter Episcopal services will be held In the A. O. O. U. W. ball. Tbe Rev. J. H. Glover or Portland will conduct tbe morning Mrvioe and preach the sermon at 11 o'clock. The service at 7:30 p. m. will be oonducted by the Bt Rev. B. Whiter Morris, bishop of Ore gon, when a class for confirmation will be presented. The quartette consisting of Mrs. Parker, soprano; Mrs. Chaa, N. Clarice, con tralto; Cbaa. N. Clarke, tenor; Ralph Savage, baaso, will render the following music: MOUSING FBATIK AND COMMUNION. Pro. hymn, 109 Sullivan Venlte . W Inches tcr Gloria Winchester Te Uenm landamu. In F . Karl Jubilate Deo In (1 Koh'era 1 n troll hymn.. no Gloria Llbl Chant Hymn before the sermon, 115 .Tour. Duett, Love Divine! All Love Excelling... -Mra. Parker and Cbaa. N. Clarke Sanotus chant Communion hymn, US ...Monk Gloria lu Excelsl. ..Chant Recessional hymn, 121 ptt VIXINO SERVICE. Pro. hymn. 112 From l.vn rtrtlc Gloria . Winchester Magnincai . Fastham Nunc dlmlttl. .............Ea8thaiii Hymn. 115 ............. .Ton Soto . Selected Mra, Parker. Recessional hymn, 121 Pott Mr.. II. L. Dumble. musical director and organist. . . Church Notices. Beginning with next Sunday even ing, Pastor H. C. Shaffer of the United Brethren church will deliver a aeries of sermons from tbe text. "For there shall arise false Christs, and false propneis, ana snail shew irreat slums and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possiDie. tney snail deceive tbe verv elect." Matt, xxlv., 24. Subjects: April iv ineosopny. April 26 Christian Science. May 8 Mormon ism. May 10 Unitarianism. May 17 Salvation by Lodges. May 24 Demo-Republican Worship. May 81 Nominal Church Member ship. Congregational Church. Rev. J. L. HershDer, pastor. Preaching service with worship at 11 a. m. C. E. service at 7 :30 p. m. Mid week meeting on Thursday evening at 7 :30 o'clock. Hun day school at 10 a. in. Junior choir practice on Iriday evening at 7 o'clock. A cordial invitation extended to all to attend these services. M. E. Church Rev. F. Ri Spaulding, pastor. Sunday School at 10. Preach ing services at 11a.m. and 7:30 d. m. Junior League at 3 Epworth League at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, and E. L. prayer meeting 1 uesuay evenms at 7 uen- eral prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 :ju. ifte puonc is cordially invited. The St. Mark's guild will meet with Mrs. Parker on Wednesday next. Death of Mr. BtuselL Mra. Lucy E. Kuweit, . resident ot thl.clty for tbe put five yeara, died at her borne of typhoid (ever after a lingering lllneaaof nrto week., m Monday, April , at kkin p. m. at tbe age of a yeara, U) monlb. and 4 day. Mrs. Kaaaell wu very well known and loved by all with whom (he became acquainted, r ber gentle dlapo-ttloa and nobility of char acter. Her death vu a very aad one, aa It occurred on to firth anniversary of ber mar riage. Hli leaves a hsaband, bab. her moth er, ooc slater and three brother, to mourn her loss. Shed not ir her the bitter tear, or give the heart to vala regret; Tl' but the casket that lies here. The gem that filled it sparkle, yet,"