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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1891)
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No, 7. ' KilinM Iruvt-N at
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I'lis mull irrlvea m.in tUriiltNluirK nt II '.
cIimIi A. M. Wi'iliirmlnvii Hint MulurilHy; (lit.
yr ' in uniim tl it y .ii iiikiii,
riirriiniiiiwdih, leave tN a. M, arrlviunt
1'. M. Huturduvn.
fur WIiIIiiMhIiihii, Iiiivk dally at H A. M.
krilvtMiiiiiiinii'i'liM'k I', ,M,
From Willi Hnliiinii Iiuvm fur Kulitn, (III
nmr, Trout lkn mill (IIciiwihhI Monday, hiiiI
JIIUKP LOCAL MATTKKS.
Mnt. ('. J, Hunt In tiltenlcli.
U 1 1 y ' mIciIn nt llio furniture Mow.
A (liio line of Xhiiim good nt Hun
M. V. llarrlnon linn ii neat col I lino to
let lire frjiucd to order nt tho fur
'"iH, It. get there?
Well I nIiuuUI
lo. 8. J J.
I'reNent for nil both im-nt and nmall
Jninitiif w all NH-ki'tH for Sic nt K K.
J. M. Huntington of The 1 tallica wan
Tovm, ih and tumble hlixkn nt the
Mr. and Mr ( 1. Itohcrta wens In
I 'ni t land Wciliu'Nilay.
Jiidrc Jlradtdiaw ami wlfo vIMtcri
illl I I Illllll'l IllHI'ITt MIII11I1IIM 111
. I I
ii iKiuri' Niiirc.
I kind of cotinlrv nrodui'o iMiueht
I Mllll III JIUITlNHU M.
Mr mill l isi fcl i '.iv .ii. ,l. 1 1 li ..
I.. ... Ii II' .1 I ...
a. ., ....... , u.(...i: nn I.
" ..-.ill. inn niuiicn iny.
M. V. Harrison and mill Dale, went
to I'oi lland Wt'ilnemlay.
Mr. ThomiMon The
I tail lea bluek-
Kllilth wa hcie Ttlimlav.
M. I.V...I .lc.lt... r
1 1'itliy cnriliiLin. Imvh' wagoua
iU nl S. lv IfitrtmeHH',
1 1 Murk of ciiiidv uml initu it I
Ll iiin ut J 1 a II Iiu'm.
rile of hnuwhiilil ellcCt of Dr.
fi, raturday wuh well attended.
d the new ml of Dm. Wllllanm &
Jut, iii iIiImImniic and jirollt thereby.
iiniaiu ami ii aiiaco iiUNiianim liavc
flit their father' farm near Monler.
lie Hot load of Mono for the fouiidit
Mi lor the ai nmry m um hauled 'l liuiif
I (live vol) Meen tin' H.'i (Ml niitliiim
iuaile U'd Mhiiii K-t ut tho furniture
Mm, (1. A. MiidHiiy, mother of Dr.
jhohltiH, ari'lVL'd Ik iv front tSjKikuiie
JIuvliiK Ummi iipNilntel Notary I'ub
llu wo uru jn (luiid to do ull work in
Kt thoxv elegant Japnueno ooda nt
the lurnlt ure Hioiii and be surjirlmnl nt
DiK'tor Morgan cnn In' found ut the
Mt. Hood hotel, by thoae In need of
The IuiiiImt for Mr. Welto' cottage
liiut arrived and work on the building
There will lie ii clunoo at K. C. Hog
.' jilaee, Christinai nlglit. Every
Whether you want wall bannem,
cm ul ie, tHMikrt or baby HWingH, eull on
H. K. JiartmeiM.
A fri'Hh HtiK'k of candy and nuU nt
Ilinnu'ri. HiK-elal rieea to (Sunday
There wuh n dunce nt Mr. F. II. llut
toti'H Kriduy, gotten up by Home of the
Mr. Will Ilernlmuii lsviHlting friends
hero. He went from hero to tjlsHOHH,
California hmt xpiing.
W. K. Tate wlfo and child left hint
night for (iiunts 1'iihh to upend the
winter with her jieople.
The public Behool of thin iliHtrlct will
cIohu 'J liurwday evening, to on:u uguiu
tlie nrm jMomtay in junuary.
'Rev. C. W. WellH, and wlfo who
have been visiting lriendn In 1'oitlund
for u week returned Wednetiday.
Mr. W. J. Roberts, of Tho Dulles,
gives notice that ho is prepared to do
surveying etc., Reud his curd.
There will bo a Chrlstnius tree at the
Methodist church Christinas cveat7:.W
o'clock; with appropriate exercises.
Do you want a line watch or elegant
Jewelery at the very lowest prices' If
ho go to Sidney Young's ut tne Dulles.
Mr. Frank McFarland and family
left Wednesday evening for Los Ange
les, California, to rcinuin during tho
Wc have sonio fine farm properties
for oalo unl those desiring to purchase
in tho neighborhood will do well to
give us ucull.
Sidney Young ut Tho Dalles has an
elegant ussorlm.ent of Jewelry, just the
thing for u Chrisimus present tor your
so f or fiends.
Mrs. Thomas went to Portland Thurs-
1.tj niAiiiiliiit iilu. on liIiii itniu utl him I Ittr
tlUJ lllll II 1 11 ITUIIV. ollv l lid juiiivvi kjj
the Dr. Friday. They go east over tho
Wasco, the present county scat of
Sherman county, is to have a bunk,
l'ortlund and Dulles capitalists uro tlie
j r ncipul stockholders.
The weather for tho past few days
h is been simply delighttul, clear witii
uut frost, yet cool enough to uiuko one
feci like exercising.
Ml (M'flllM'O H'f'loll IIICclM
liiy) nt Li ::. ( 'hlldren,
eome mid have
The W. ('. T
day) at !l;:io.
H gnnd I line with Iih.
if. meet In-ilnv (Sntiir
Important, IhimIiii-h mi
cordially iiivllcil to ai
Mr. and Mm,
Frank Mel'arland ar-
rived here from
logon n visit
lli'iiiu'r rui'Hilay even
tn Air. ami Mm, M. J I.
Mr. InenlK'I'g'H limine will he roofed
next week, and alter that will he rap
idly DiiIhIiciI. It will contain eight,
room, cloMi'tM, hath room, etc.
IT. II. church service. Trenching
morning and evening. Sunday school
at HI n. in. Ymmjr pcoplc'M Moclely
iiiccIk at (I o'clock. Wc Iconic to all.
Tin dleamer Raker made her hint
trip for the Keimmi WcilocMilay. The
V. T. have fniiiid It. a ileml Iohm lo run
the boat and has gracefully retired In
favor of the Itegulator.
Dr. I1'. ('. IlroshiM, having micceeile.l
to the inedical practlee of Dr: I). .1.
'i'homim, can U found at the drug
store itnv or night.
Jlood River Ore., Dec 1H, lh!H.
When you go to The Da I leu for
Christmas goods do not. forget to look
nt the advertisements In this paH'rand
patronize thine uilverllsHiig therein.
Two dagoes, each the owner and
manager of it big hear, gathered up a
few stray nickels and dimes here Mon
day morning. The hears an well
trained iiul nil'. ml their lexs Intelligent
and far more lazy owner an easy mode
In a short ride through the valley
Wednesday we saw lunuiuc ruble llelds
of full sow n grain, all of w hich were
looking finely, it Is l-cyond aipa'Stlon
that for certain and abundant harvests
the fall Is the time to put the seed In
One would think from the number
of weddings (IiIh fall that all tlie young
ladies in the valley had married. A
young friend of ours nt.urcs us this is a
mistake, and uhm rts that the woods are
full of them, ami cue') more handsome
than the others.
The Riverside Congregational church
willhavea ChrlHlmus tree ''hrlslnins
eve. in older to give the liltle folks
it chance it will coiiiuiciii'c at nlioiit
::.. The Christmas tree nt the Tirst
Coiiurcualioiiul chiireh w ill lie exhibit
ed ( lirlstuias night.
A man named Ceoii'c I,uni:!l!e, is
longlug to the hrhlu'c crew fell from a
In-stle near Musicr lusl week, and was
iiijured so badly that he died a few days
after being hurt, lie stcmied on a
plunk which tipped up villi him let
ting It t it i full a distance of twenty-live
Hon. W. R. Fills, formerly prosecu
ting attorney for this district, and the
most prominent KnMcrn Oregon can
didate for tlie nomination for congress
man on the republican ticket, a-el
noon tie morning tra nTue-ru,'. Mr.
I'.'d's would honor the ollli-e, and lie
sides that would make a good run.
The (7 II. huh. lay school Cbrlslmas
entertainment will'bc given Chri-tmus
eve, Thursday evening, Deccuilier L'lth.
Doom oK'ir iit (i:o). Those desiring to
place presents on the Christinas tree
will please conic wllh them on Thurs
day ufiernoon. Kvcrylsiily cordii.lly
Invited to come and enjoy an evening
with tho children. Singing and other
exercises on tlie programme.
The bond for a deed for the lot on
which the armory is to he built has
arrived, a large portion of tlie IuiiiUt
ordered, and work will te commenced
at once. The lot w as donated ny W.
1. uml T. J. Watson conditional that
tlie building be completed by June loth
lH'.rJ. This am U done easily if the
money !h forthcoming and the' money
can U- easily raised if we all stand to
Dr. Rarrett, Sunday started for Hon
duras, on account of tlie illness of his
daughter Mrs. Julia Howell, whom
we understand has been suH'criug with
rheumatism ever since her arrival at
that place. We udnerstand also that
the poetic visions of a land of delight
which Honduras has been pictured,
have vanished, ami tiial Mr. and Mrs.
HowcIIh will probably return to Ore
gon. Friday evening tho Relief Corps gave
a pleiisaiit reception to Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas at the K. of T. hall. A large
number of their friends were present.
Willi music and con vernation the
pleasant evening sped iiiickly uwav.
The Dr. nnd Mrs. '1 nomas will'bc sadly
missed and the feature of regret on the
occasion way tho fact that it was a
farewell meeting. The best wishes of
their large circle of friends go with
them to their old home.
This county can now boast live
newspapers, the latest venture being
tho Dul'ur Dinimtrh published as its
name suggest at tiie charming little
town of Duf'ur. We have not had tlie
pleusuro of seeing a copy, but it being
conducted by a veteran in the business
is proof HUllleient tliat Dufur will have
a good little paper. Dul'ur is one of
the prettiest places in Fastem Oregon,
und being surrounded by a rich agri
cultural country is.abundautly able to
support a paper.
North Dalles has had a real lively
time during tlie week, caused by an
attempt on the part of Z. T. Wright
& Co. of Portland to remove some ma
chinery from tho shoo factory there.
Rev. O. D. Taylor claims to own the
machinery and hired a lot of lighters to
prevent the machinery being taken
away.' Justice of tho Peace Uilmore
was called in to quell the disturbance,
nnd did ho by commanding both par
ties to disperse. At present tho sheriff
of Klickitat county is iu charge, but
the end is not vet.
Lust week the pupils in A Geogra
phy class, of Protessor Snyder's room
hud u contest in map drawing. Re
lug one of the judges wo had an ex
cellent opportunity of examining the
work and were surprised-ut the general
excellence thereof. The process of eli
mination left four maps between which
the judges had considerable difficulty
in deciding, but finally gave their
decision iu favor of Number 4, which
was drawn by Dell Rand. Number 5
which wua given points us having the
most correctly located mountaiu
ranges was drawn by Frank Jones;
lowuieh had most correctly located
rivers was drawn by Howard Isenuerg;
and 8 which wus decided to bo the
neutest Wus the work of Hulda Run-kin.
The I,oyal Ti
For any one purchasing ten dollars
worth of furniture of me, I will deliver
the snnio at lauding free of charge.
S. F. JlAllt MCHH.
Tops, toys, dolls, and books at Man
na's, and they will be sold as elieati
as the cheapest. Everything that will
please a hoy or girl will lie loutnl
among my selection of Xinas g'sids.
We have accepted t ho agency for I hi!
Oermaii American J nsuranee Co., one
of the oldest ami most reliable In tlie
world, and urn prcnared to give rates,
etc. (Jive us a call If you want to In
sure your properly,
M A It It 1 1,1).
At the residence of Mr. H. C. Smith,
Wednesday evening Dec, hith lH!i,
(Irani Fvaus to Miss Elma Wright,
both of this place. Hev. F. M. Ailoks
performed the ceremony,
AtthcOdcIl school house, Wei I nes
duy evening, Mr. Janus English to
Miss Dollic, daughter of Mr. John
Rev. Rlgby had conducted services
nt the school house that evening, and
ut tin.' conclusion thereof the young
couple advanced to the front of the
room and the ceremony was soon per
formed. No one but the family and
Mr. ami Mrs. Nelson knew anything
of the all'.ilr, which wus a complete
surprise to all.
Tne Verdict. " '
We, the Judgi s appointed to decide'
upon the merits of the maps drawn by 1
the pupils of A (ieograpby ciass of
school district .'!, decide that No, 4 Is,
all points considered, the bet. Weare
free to say that this decision was hard
to reach, owing to the ge-ieral excel
lence of the maps submitted to us. We '
agrted that the mountains of No, .1
were more properly located. No. 11 1
had the same judgmaut as to Its livers,
while for neatness No. H was undoubt-.
edly the lwht. J
J. II. CnAii.i:iiAi ;ir, I
J. W. Moino.v, 1
C. L. ( I I.11KKT, i
(.'mail M.litar) Hall.
Company D will give a hull at their,
armory Wednesday eve, Deceinls-r lit),
lssil. Timely preparations have luen
made and nothing will be left nu
llum' to Insure ils success. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all. j
Under the direction of the conmiis-!
sinned stair the ccmniittees are as fol
lows: Committee on Arrangements I
Sergeant J. 1!. Hunt, Private J. J. j
Ltickey and Private J. W. Morton.
Committee on Invitation Ruglcr II. !
A. York, Corporal F. E. Jones and j
Corporal A. K. Oiler. Reception
Captain A. S. Illowers, I "list Lieuten-J
uiit A. Wlnans, Second Lieutenant,
L. N. Rloweis, Sergeant E. T. Wlnans,
Private Win, Runkiu and Private A.
Ileishey. , Finance Committee Pri
vate (ieorge T. Prut her, Sergeant Win.
Yates and Sergei' ut W. E. Nell". Floor
Committee Serjeant E. S. Ollnger,
Private J. J. Lucky and W. R, Perry.
Music by York's Orchestra. (Jraml
march at 8 p.. in. sharp. Tickets, in
cluding tsUpperat Mt. Hood, hoti l.Jl., 111.
Scrgt. J. R. Hi nt,
Priv. J. J. Lickv,
Triv. J. W. Moutox,
Committee on Arrangements.
NOTICE TO STOCK KOLIM-KS.
Notice is hereby given to all stock
holders who have subscribed for stock
in t lie Hood River Armory Association
payable in cash to pay the same to the
tnaairerof tho Association, (ieorge 1'.
Cruwell, who will giro a receipt for
the same, juid the certificates of ntock
will be issued as soon as they can be
procured from the printer. .Those who
have subscribed for stock payable in
work or material will hold the same
ready at the call of the superintendent,
W. II. P.isliop.
Ry order of Poard of Directors.
I. H. Di Ki:s, Chairman.
P. A. Snyder, Secretary
NOTRE TO ST0CKII0I NEKS.
Notice is hereby given to the stock
holders of Hood River Armory Asso
ciation that a meeting of the stock
holders will be held in Armory hall on
Tuesday evening, December ;(), lS!)l,at
7 o'clock, for the purpose of electing
one director. Said vacancy being
mimed by the withdrawal of J. R.
Hunt. J. H. 1)i:ki:s,
P. A. Snypk.h, Secretary.
A Christmas or Xew Year's Dinner
At homo is something to be remem
bered. Go home and partake of the
coming one; iJ may be your last chance.
Exceedingly low rates via the Union
For full information see '
Agent Union Pacific System.
1S01 Holiday Ratps 1S02.
As usual, tlio Union Pacific oilers to
the traveling public cheap rates during
the holidays of "Jl-'!)2.
For detailed information call on or
address Wit. Ellison,
Agent Union Pacilie System.
A fresh milk cow, 4 years old. Price,
$;.r. Apply to J. Hunsaker, Yhite
Salmon, Washington. ...
A dark red heifer, with white on
belly and end of tail, two years old.
lias horns turned In, no brands or ear
marks visible. Owner can find her 1 y
calling vr writing to thisvlllce.
Tlit plus Unit hIiiii'Ii iijiHi liio wwxlisd mountain
(iitlun not In hUiiiiio In kIiikIh iluyt
Tim iinMu river mirlm: not from una fmnUln.
lint khiIiit up It Hiri'iii.'Ui ttluriK IU way.
Tim .loo lii iun for yutm lliu autumn's dirKM,
lii toru It kliiiwa hi Mowwmni in Ilia tiklim;
Tim i iirul ri vf Unit tirnuk tin wiutii' utiriri
Tliruuuli ci'iitiirlim of Krowtli ulonv can rlM.
Tims, iIiMiikIi Imr works, lumo Nature offen
Fur imr M'ei'piAtic am H'mliitnnt thonl.t,
"Tli lint liy patient, xtiir'ly, liriivo i'nlrvor
TliO Kri'iilmt, Ijiwl hii.I uruiiiliwt tlilMKrf
- Ilnui;kpur' Weekly.
The Wllh Irt-lnu- ngu'ar drill nlgt-',
am! a'so tlie nhht of tho ball, tho m n g
' liem of D Company are reiU -sted to l
a the niniory jiroinptly nt" o'clock
A. n. jjmiw i;hs, i upiaiu.
Every Imdy wants land In Hood
Itiver Valley. I have some very do
slruble tract's of good land on my list
; for homesteads and timls-rcd
; claims, witli running water on
jthcin. lean locale several stockmen
; advantageon-ly. Do not fail to see
I meat Hood Itiver Falls or nddrcss me
i at Hood itiver, Wuco County, Oregon.
. iiOKH V IVAXH,
All icrsoiis having money on de
posit with the late firm of Rlowcrs &
Crowd! arc hereby notified to call im
mediately and wit bdraw siinie or trans
fer it to the few firm. All parties
indebted to above linn are also notified
to call at oih-c and set tie. Those whose
accounts are past due, will save costs
by attending to this matter promptly,
as all such accounts will be placed in
an olllii rs hands for collection on Dec.
Kitli p,!)l. A. S. RuiWKitH.
(J. P. CitowKM..
The undcmigiied Is-ing located near
H iod River, wi-hes to inform parties
who may be desirous of having sur
veying done, that he is a practical
survevor of many years experience,
and 1 1 mt work entrus'ted to him will be
performed with dispatch and correct
ness. He takes pleasure In referring to
Mr. A. S. Pdowcrs, (who for years was
county commissioner in Minnesota,)
and for whom he did county work as
county surveyor, as to his ability.
I'm tii's writing me at Hood will re
ceive prompt attention.
C. J. Haykk.
Dated Hood River April lith, 1891.
I have appointed .1. T. I)e!k, my
Agent to sell my beer ut Hood River,
at w holesale. Arnr.sr Rrcm.KH.
The Dalles, March ls'Jl.
SiirciorN to A IMtlngon
KKTAM.KIW, AND JOIUSKIW IX
JlAHI'W'AHK, TiSWAKE, V.'lSlIlKnWARB,
AND GRANITE WARE.
A oomiilctp line of Heating and Cook Htoves,
l'miips, w Plumbers mul SU'Hin Kittvr'l
suppllrs; also n eoinpU'te stis-k of
I'liriK iiler's, Illiieksiniths' and.
AH tinning, riuinblns and pis work will be
done on diort notieei
SECOND ST., THE DALLES OR.
j A new stock of Ladies' and Gents'
! FILLED AND SILVER
I CASES, CHAINS,
I CHARMS, ETC.
SPECIAL attention niven to clean
j Inj; nnd repairing wuti Ii-js.
I J. H. FERGUSON,
You know that you am buy more
groceries, provisions etc , for less money
at (i- Second street than any other
place in Tlie Dalles? It will pay you
to call and get my prices, and examine
; my stock before going elsewhere. All
goods delivered five to wharves or
j Tho Leading ' Grocer 62 Sec-
ond Street, The Dalies Oregon.
B. R. TUCKER,
TPi ilTvlKTOl? OF
HOOD BITER BILLS.
OF ALL KINDS.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
I. C. TICZEI-iGlHi:
The Dalles Oregon
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES,
CuuU buyers will save money by examining my at nek before
ptirchaslng elsewhere, Endless variety of holiday prt w ntn.
RK)k In sets and single in nttiactlve binding. Fine"
watches, Jewelry, gold H'ns, nnd stntlonery. Agent for the
Domestic sewing machine. The Estcy organ, SteinWny
plunirfi, nnd Kruuich A Rach's piamm Id nil kinds of wood.
DRS. WILLIAMS k BROSIUS. ..
TXnrr- Iohtto in etnfn fVtaf
Drug Business horetofore conducted by m
Thomas, and by clo38 attention to the needs o!
the community, an increased stock and better
facilities as soon as arrangements can be per-ji
fected, and hope to be favored with the confli "
.1 ni ii.- y "1
If you don't soo what you want ask for it. If we have'nt it
WE'LL GET IT.
Yours For Hood River,
DBS. WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
GKNnt.W. KN'ilNKKUIN'f fit VCTI 'K.
Hl KVKVINCi ANIlMAlTIXG. KTI
MATKS AND rt.ANH I-'OK llilU
(JATIuX. kkwkha;k. WA
Annr.Rss p. o. I'ox PIT, Tiik DAi.r.Es, CafxioN
DR. M. D. MORGAM
Otl'crs his prolew.ii.iu,' services to
citizens of HimkI P.iver u;id vicinity.
OKFICK IN MT. IHK)I hOTEU "
JOHN H. CRADLEBAUGH. j
.vrrou.NKV AT LAW. I
rmctli-es In nil the ronrtii of Oregon f.nd j
Wiisliliigtou. HpePiul iil.tenlloii jjiveu to con-j
il ''IER OFFICE, j
HOOD RIVER OREGON. '
DCFUK W ATKINS 4 MeSEFKE,
Vogt's new building, Second St.
THE DALLES OUK(KN.
W. H. WILSON.
A TTOEXEY-A T-LA IP.
ROOM &t, AND .V), ?EV VOOT BLOCK,
TIIE DALLES, OHEGOX
S. L. YOUNG.
SirCCKSHOU TO E. BECK.
AND SILVERWARE, ALSO
Fine Watch Repairing a Speci
alty. Second St.
Say the S. B. Cough Cu
in tho beet thing they
ever saw. Wo are not
flattered, for ve know
All wo ask is an honest
I'or xnle ty nil Druggists.
S. R. Med. M 'P G. Co.. Dufur, Ore.
J, I. Hllffiffl, &,G0
REAL ESTATE AND
Reliable information concerning land
Choice city and country property for
Conveyancing a Specialty.
139 Second Street - - - - The Dalles Or.
The Dalles. Or. I
(iN i cPvV ?Hi ger or freight Rates, Apply
') III gent, or Purser on Board.
yO J S. I.4OROOK8 jAgcnt.
In French's Block,
Mt. K. .1. T1IOMAH.
ihart xuiU rhnt.intio it X
Sice the first of June we fev addw?"
Furniture & Carp
Businefs a cemn'ete Undertakinr
taolishment, and an we succeeded Ik
P'ttfutr our stcs-k from the East with
out leinvr compelled to join the Undrl
taker's Trust, we asure the publif
in conseipuence tnereoi our
tsp, sign and Carriage Painter.
r hanging and calclmlniny
Fim&ipU'sof Wait Paper krpl ( instantly
noon - oreoon.
Unrimt iwt but Agaiu Iu Business
f KA' II I III Wll M iibiiji
And Embiiltiier, has apln started with
new im culuplrte stock of everything needed
iu the undertaivint; busiuesm l'artieulnr U
teui ion paid .o embalmiiiK and taking care
of t!io dead. Orders promptly attended to
uuy or nlht.
i'rlees us low as the lowest.
I'laee of business, diagonally acrotss from
Dpera hiook, on i lie corner or lulrd i
Re tne I
V 1 - I