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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1892)
Stood Tivcr Glacier.
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Til K MAILS.
Tim (iinll wi-rlvcN from Mi.IIihiiI nt 1 '.
rlcii'h A. M. Wi'itiiiwliiyn innl hiitunliiyn; de.
FnrChKiiowKlh, IruvMiid A. M. rrlvtt
I', M. HhIuiiIhvk.
For WlillaHiiliiinn ihvi. dully nt R A. M.
UnlVI'H III, mill ,11 Lu ll r, ,,
From Vlill. M.ilniim Ii-hvch rr I'liMn, (III
timr, Trout Milii- noil (llciiwoml Moiiiliiyn,
Yi riiiii-Mlu h anil Fiitiiivii,
HitiMF local m ii rrns.
New line of lltiu toilet MonpH ut tlio
Picture fiuiucd to order nt tin fur
ii 1 1 ii iv hIoi i .
True i iiutiic "lVifiTtlou" lyt'M nt
the ili fitiiio.
Knnic line vloliin for ic.lo ut M. II.
Fri'Mli cigars, of the bent bruinUouly,
kept nt thf dim,' More.
Kiiiotu' On' lli'i'innii'i in cent t'U'nr ut
M. II. McI,'Ik..h.
Flower iU, plain mill fancy, in pro
funlon, ul the 'lain More.
i. X. I., lire Hpruy hm well mm all
other Insecticides ut 1 1 to (llU ttlulr.
We arc Horrv to Male Unit our old
friend, Nick Milieu, liN-rloiihly 111.
A lai'K' mimily or IiiiiiiIhoiiio will I pa
per Just received ly M. K. Marlines.
licit quality of Uoclic 1 Iuili.tr lime
utf i.;;o iui ii.i.id. s. ii.uoMi.nh.
N'cW Moeh of Oliver chilled ulld other
plowiJnM ii i'rivt 'l ill Ollnio.-r .V IIoiic'm.
Lutvr totir order fur new pnpi i
and nui;.iiiM''', with M. II. Mclo l:u.
lluinlUi n idi I' r.Nlr.u l.i iind toilet per
fume. of Cio tj, nt rmUri, nt tlic liig
Mil I IV.
Sci log hiii 'liliii' needlei for nil ma
chine., oil nail i xtra.M ut M. 11. Nickel-
Ch U lei K iiinderi ti n rented u f:riii
lli'itr Th" 1 ;i!!i; and will leave iih ti"J:i
Mr. Husband moved Into tin' house
r'iiiily pii'i himcd luiiii Mrs, J full,
FlrMe.la.Mi cedar hhitigles f.'V per
OliHIi-Hil.l lit the Hood Kivtr M. F. li.
Tin' I.oni' star literary society meet
nl the Hum tt school linum; next Fri
fl.W) ht burn 1 for Hutitlupton lime,
llm Iwnl In tlio market nt the IIcxkI
Mr. A. J. Hull of Indian, acconv
puiled by IiIn wife, In vlhlllng hlo
nephew, Mr. H, V Lartmeiis.
1L. Moitii went up w river TIium
ilay t" eomiiii iii'i' eli nilnn thu rllit of
wiiy on the Smltli diteli wirvey.
If you unlit to liinuie your jiroperty,
reineniU'r that we icpiewnt tlireo of
Hie U'Ht eoiiipithieM in exiMteiuv.
Mri. IIowiU'h lnid ii new Htoek of
liilllinery u Ih arrive from Sun I'Yhii
elMeo yenterdny. Call and m'ti them.
Tliero wan n duuee liml niplil nt tlio
armory, too lute to furnlHli u real li vo
item, tut wc went to premi before thut
Heimtor Mitchell and ConKrewunan
KIIIm ndilri'KMeil the cltlzeim of The
llilltK on political (plcHtioim Weducd
M. 1. Isvnbcrg moved IiIm family to
tlio ranch recently purchased from
Captain Dukes, and the latter jrentle
liiiin has moved into tho InenlnTg
Mr. Stniiin, tho famoim Whito Hal
inon lienr luintcr, who went up to
llilllsh Columttla with hN 1 1,(XK) pack
of dotfn, lust Humm'r, him returned,
Kc ')tured (17 Ik-iu-m on tlic trip.
Tim ncnil-annunl nieetimr of the
county f:ivnii'rn' alliunco will ho held
at i Niuwcnn, coinmciH'iiiK Tuenday
iiiurtiluir. Nov. 1st, ut 10 o'clock. Tliero
Will he len dclcgalcr from thin valley.
Chntles Ivirly, went over to Cheno
with yesterday, and w ill move over
noon t make, 'it hi home. Cnarlcy in
a good democrat and intcndi to hold
hi residence hci-e unt il after tlio elect
Ion. Kidney Young, Tho Dalles Jeweler,
dcNircM io say that ho Is still In fnismcss
and can ho 'found in I. C. Nlckelscu'x
, Htoro on K'conil Htret't, next door to his
old stand. Watch repairing a spe
cialty. Miss Anna HongHt, who has been at
her parent's homo near Mt. Hood for a
week's visit, is again home in tho Itakor
house, where bho is prepared to do all
kinds of Lowing. Su its range in price
from to $u.
At the U. 5. church Kunday morn
ing the theuio will ho "Value of tho
word." Haptininial servico at the
close of tho sorinon. In tho evening
the subject will ho "Leadership." A
welcome to all.
wiatui'duy Is grinding day at Harbi
hoii tiro's mills until Iuihuhsh in thut
lino increases. Near neighbors are al
ways ready to give precedence to those
from adistiuiee, so they need not go
home without their grist.
Messrs. English & Woodward have
leas'j'.l the lot across from Middleton's
Htoro building, for live years, and aro
getting the lumber on tlio ground pre
paratory to erecting n two-story busi
ness building, work on which will bo
commenced at once.
Jim Lungillo lias txien trying to look
after himself in tho absenco of Mrs.
Langillo, und Thursday cooked his
own breakfast. Tho Ant break he
made was to get a lot of concentrated
lye for lard, aud therein fried a hearty
feed of potatoes, lie said they made a
dickens of a fuss, popping aud jumping
out of the pan, and that they did not
taste like Mrs. Langille's cooking, but
he ato some of them and tried to im
iigino they wcro of lino flavor. If
proof were wanting of Jim's pcrverse
ness, this Incident furnishes it, for
with a half pound of concentrated lye
in him, ho tehs tho truth without stut
tering, and apparently without serious
Hitilolph Ileytlng was over from
Oiliiicr, Wimlilugtoii. Ho tells us the
liny cmphuH been phenomena! und the
crop of young WaMiilugtmilntiH at leimt
i"imllolt. 'i ll. 're Is a brand new girl
nt hi Imiiihc and boys at John und
Herman I VImer's, and Mr. Huberts of
1' iilda Is also in the list, Mrs. Chap
iiian is pulling up a dwelling house at
I'uldu, and tho urveyors huvo been
unci Ionizing a township north of Chen
owlth, Into which many new settlor
I'm nk (mi MolcN.
The eclebralloii of Coluiiihus day hv
(he school hen! passed oil' III H happy
and pleasant manner. There was a
large atlendaiico of parents of I he pu
pils and others from u distance. The
school room was very neatly und Ap
propriately decorated. Above each of
the ten windows was plueed a branch of
cedar pinned to the wall by a white
star, Three more stars on the decora
lions In the ii'it r of Hie pliitloim com
pleted tho thirteen. On (he teacher's
dink and In other parts of the room
were handsome IxHiuotsof lloweis. On
the vail behind the teacher's desk
were the littir, in red, white and
blue, "Columbus day, Oct. L'l, 181)2,"
and the dates Mt)2 und 1KU2 on (ho left
and right. The decorations and letter
ing were the work of Mrs. K. Ioeko
and Miss Maggie I.ocke. J!ev. J. W.
Hlghy, K. D. Calkins and H. K. Hlythe,
Ix'lng the only veterans present, had
the honor of raising the (lag. Mr.
Ciilklns culled for three cheers for the
Hag, which was responded to with a
will by all pit-wilt. The M'hool then
Habited the Hag, Itev. Mr. Hlghy of-fen-d
a prayer, Mr. H. S. Andrews, the
teacher, p'ad tin- piViiiilciit's pmclarn
idloii, thi- H-hool ang "Anicrlca," and
the i"'iiii!.ii ' and vi-ltir'i reas-emhled
In the Kehool l'.ni.i. The readings, it-i'i-
' I i I I. lid ni;i;.'i, (. were g'!!i t!iriu;:li
ilh 111 a VelV l;ceep!nhle I 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 t"t after
wh'eti Mr. Aielr.-.vs t.ilH-il upin the
vi. i!' n for iviii::rii .. 'l. H'gl-y gave
:n iilli !i lil':.' tall. 0:1 lie.' life of Co
lui!;I.Ur., v. hieh showed 1lial he was
well verwd in t he hi.-tory of lluw days.
Mrs. M. H. Hottei ami Mr. E. I), Caik-li:-
also made sleu l a'j h'i'.,siM. Theau
dieiuv was then di-miisseil, t hi! school
marched out, and visituin and im'IkmiI
all felt that our ccli'l. ration had is en a
sue. 1 f)M.
Mrs. Keenc, who has been visiting
relatives on the Sound, returned to
Hood Hlvcr last week. Mr. Kctiio is
running a wood saw In Alblna, und tho
fuuilly will reside there this winter.
Rev. Mr. Huuyau, of Lylo, Wash
lugtou, Is visiting Mr. It. Warran.
Mrs. Julia Haru and daughter Eninia
are visiting friends hi tho neighbor
hood. A tramp entered the house of Con
Hopp, one day last week, and took his
Uf.l suit of clothes and a watch. Mr.
Hepp followed down the river several
miles but could not trace the thief.
Mr. M. Foley is again sick with an
other carbuncle on his neck.
At tho water meeting last Saturday
the Smith survey was adopted and ar
rangements made for constructing the
ditch on that survey at l"iist as far as
the sumo extended on the east side.
New articles of incorporation were
found to bo necessary to correct an er
ror of tho location of the head of the
ditch, and these wero filed Tuesday.
Tho subscription, or stock books, are
now open at J. E. Hannu's store, und
several thousand dollars have been Biib
scrlbcd. It is now in order for those
who subscribed stock to put their names
011 the stock books. As soon as one
half the stock Is subscribed, which will
bo $10,00(1, an election will bo called
and directors chosen. This will put
tho company in condition to begin
work, and hence every one who has
subscribed should come forward and
sign tho stock books. This is the be
ginning of a now era for Hood Hiver,
and every citizen should aid in the
good work to the utmost of his power.
A Flume Needed.
Tliero aro several thousand cord? of
wood banked along the railroad, hut
the demand seems to bo light. Hood
Kiver has tho advantago of freight
rates in wood to tho country east of us
over all points except Mosier, but tho
distance tho wood has to bo hauled
prevents it having the necessary advan
tage in price. With a Ihuno built up
the east side, tho fanners could find a
market for their timber which is now
destroyed in clearing tlio land, and at
tho same time wood could bo sold at a
iiguro that would give llood Hiver a
monopoly of the trade.
Tho ladies will give an entertain
ment at, the Armory, " Friday evening
October 11th. There will bo twelve
stands presided over by twelve ladies,
dressed to represent tho months, and
at each stand will ho sold the eatables
appropriate to tho month represented.
There will also bo a short literary en
tertainment, and tho guests will be
welcomed by Uncle Bam and George
and Martha Washington.
A 7-room houso in tho finest location
in town, lias hath, with tank, and
piped for hot and cold water; also, frost
proof milk house. For further infor
mation inquire at Mt. llood hotel.
r liii's, fuinloiriii', lultlivsN liuaii'l F. iJoully,
Washington, .Now Jersey.
Tuesday October, 2fjlh to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry 1'rlgge, n soil.
At The Dalles,
OclolH r22d, J Ion
aged (Hi yours.
C N. Thornhury,
Of Judge Thornhury nothing but
good can be said, lie was an upright,
honest man, and true to hU principles
and his friends, lie was well known
through tho northwost, and leaves
many sincere friends to mourn his loss.
JOtt HU K Oil" "itEST.
Tho Crockett place, 1J miles west of
town. Forty ueres; good Improve
ments. If not sold, the house and bam
und part of the laud only for reut. Ap
ply to U. Wurren, Hood Jtiver.
Mill In Kindness.
It Is a mistake ulsiut my having
gone out of business. Do not ask tho
neighbors, but cull und sec tor your
selves. Mkh. C. J. Jlt'NT.
Beatty's Organs W
W'l llelur I'liliIWue. Aililivn Jliilllul K. Utility,
WuxIiIiikUhi, .New Jcr y
Cibot"W" 14 yards for ?1 00
Cbot"AM 13 " "100
Chapmau "X" lllcoch Musllu
13 yards for 1 00
Fruit of the Loom Bleach Mus
lin 10 yards for 1 00
Amaskiiig Ginghams, 11 " " 100
AmaskliigHhirtings, " " 100
Indigo Bluo Prints, 14 " " 100
Htandard Prints, 10 " " 1 00
All Wool Ladles Cloth, per yd. 30c
Table Oil Cloth, " " 25
Ladles' Fast Klack IIoso " pair I2J
Clark's 0, N. T. Thread, " doz 50
Men's riveted Overalls, " pair (it)
Men's Itivcted Jumpers, 00
Men's Cotton Socks, " doz 1 00
Men's Scarlet Wool Socks " pair 2,jc
Men's Underwear, 50c
We carry a stock of
ware and Barb
Wire. PEASE & MAYS.
B. II TUCKER,
HOOD RIVER MILLS.
OF ALL KINDS.
MANUFACTURE tt OF
HOOD RIVER, OR.
ALSO DEAER IX ""
Terms Strictly Cash,
Prices never before heard of in Hood
VV. H. WILSON.
A T''O ' A' ! V A T I. A II'.
Itd'iMH f,:t, AM M'.W VfHil' UUTK,
TltK DAU.KH. OKK'JON,
)H Hilt ,t Ml MI-.KFI-.,
A Horn o y :. - a I -1 ,n w,
Chapman Block, ovor Postoffico
Tin; iiAixr, h iii:i.i.in.
See Here I
If you want a struwU rry patch of
10,'Mi'i or more, wc will conlract to fur
nish llrstcliivs jilants, and hi inn mil,
after the rain begins, at tl.Ol) per
thousand. Coon ACkkkh.
HKAITV'.S ''.X0n"aNI' OIHJAXS
Hon, Daniel )'. lleaity, t lie great ,Or
gun and i'laiio uiiuiiifaeUirer, is luuld
iug anil shipping iii'iio Organs and
I'lanos thaii ever. In i-70 Mr, lientiy
left home a (s-nuiless plow boy, and by
his indomitable will lie has worked Id's
way up so as to sell so far nearly KHi.nou
of Ik'iitty's Organs and I'ianos nineo
1M"0. Notliln wiiiik to dishearten
him; obstacles laid in his way, thut
would have wrecked any ordinarv man
forever, he turns to an advertisement
I and conies out of It, brlghtt rthan ever.
ills iiistriiuioiu,", as Is well known, arc
ciy popular and arc to be loiind in all
parts or the world, Wo aro informed
that during tho next ton years hu In
tend! to sell ;i'Hi,(XK) niore of his make;
that means a business of 20,0iHJ,0iK), if
we average them at 1 00 each. It is
already tlio luiyest business of tho kind
In cxlHteiice. Send to Daniel F.Hi atty,
Washington, New Jersey, for cata
logue. Tho uiidcrsifiied Is'iug located near
Hood Hiver, wishes to inform parlies
who may be desirous of having sur
veying done, that he is a practical
survi vor of many yours experience,
and that work cniriir led io Lim will be
jM-rforiie d with di.patih and convct
iiess. He lakes pleasure in referring to
Mr. A. ,S. JJlowers, l- for year was
I, a.- I"
mo ,t 1
Hiver A ii"
1 Cth, Isiil.
I'eiiy body wants land in Hood
Kiver Valley. I have -one' very de
hirablc tracts (.feooii land on my list
for hoiia iiieaiU i.nd tiiiiiiercd
claims, with ru'inui!' wan-r on
1 hem. lean locale several stockmen
u!vantat'eo;:.siy. j)u no? f:-il lo w-e
nieatlfood I'.i'.cr 1'iiIIm or addrc-s me
at llood HU er, Wu.-e,) ( 'ouc.ty, Oregon.
W. Kosa Wj.va.n.s,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
friinbor Luad, Act Juno 3, IS7S.J
ITnltecl KUitoH Uiwl onioo,
Vunuuuver, Wusli., 4t!ot. a), l9i.
I Notice Is lieruhy Khvii Unit In nmiplliim'e
wnii tun proviMoiiM hi i im ai'i or cnii;ixw or
.1 Mlii.' :i, l7S, untitled "An wl for the sale of
tliiiliei IioiiU in th! mutes of ('itiii'urnm, (.ir,1
Uitn.Ni'Vuila, iiinl wnihiimloii Teri ltory, ' IVter
I ( imslKuiit, ot wMHi';ili:in!i eoim y el Klii'K
Iti.t, fUtU: tS wuisli., Ii ii - Ills iliiV tiled ill
till itfMI IliN HW.M Ii HiataillUMU N"' IV4,i, f.,f til
! iiureausutil iliu w',iiw and .', su1, ef sec no
5 i in Witt n.siilp Nn .) iH'iin, r:izo in. li.ieaxt, ami
i will otlcr li'i".'l to wlinvv.lmt ti.o Innd soiiiililm
j iimio viilimbii; foi lis liml'. r or si-mc limn for
1 Hurii'iillunil j'ttniMe, mid to eseilili.-li Ins
j elullii to Mil, I ii.ii.l Ijcfuie tile Keuisti r and lie
! (vlvcr of I'd" "ili -e nl :iiii.,,,iv, r, 'yarli., on
Siiturilny, Hi" 3rdd;iy of lii'i'i'inb'T, IStri.
Ho iiiieieM as witnesses: Knink II. Itnt
ton, AIIk i I B. Jiiiies.of Hood Hiver Dr., Jacob
II. lluiiHiiki'r, Kdwiird J. Jones, of Wliitj Kul
Any mid all persons '.luiinin ndvorsely the
above iloieribed lands are reiiiicsted to Hlu
tliulr claliiis In this niliic on or befuru said 3rd
day el 1 Wcinher, !.'.
Klililiovl'i Juil.N 1). UDuiill KUAN, ltegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land OHlce nt The Dalles dr. Oet.T;il, lSi'J.
Notice is hereby ijiven that the follnwini;
nanied seltler has lilcd notice of his intention
tomakolln.il luunf In Kiiiiiort of his claim,
mid t nut said proof will be madu before the
KoulsUT and Keceiver I'. S. I.. O. at The. Dulles
Or. on November 'ii, l.Mi'2, viz:
. " Henry H. Toinlinwin,
H. I. No. X")0f.r theso1, BeCjaTpl a r 10
e w Vli.
He niimes tlie lelliiwinu witnesses to prove
his coiitiiiiiniis residence iiimiii and cultivation
ofsaid land viz: liavid li. Cooper, (iconic
l'erkins, (leoive .1. Wcnner, iilinin 11.
Kdicli, all of Mount Hood ilreiton.
oetl,Vuovl!l John V I.ku is, Kegistcr.
J, I, HUNTINGTON, & Cfl
REAL ESTATE AND
Reliable information concerning land
Choice city and country property for
Conveyancing a Specialty.
ISO Second Strut TJi,-- Dui'fH Or.
NORTH and SOUTH
BAST BOUND FROM HOOD RIVER
No. 8, Express leave nt 11:54 A. M.
.So. J, Mnll " 10:41 1. M.
WEST BOUND FROM HOOD RIVER.
No. 7, Express leaves at 5:15 P. M.
No. 1, Mall " -WIS A. M.
THROGII Sl.KEPKRS ttKtH.lNIXG CHAIR
CARS AND 11NERS.
Stoiituevs from rurtlimd to Hun Francisco,
TIlS 13 it FBffl ID.
For rales nnd jsenrral mlbnnatiun call on
DKl-o-r TieKKT AllKNT.
Y. It. Hl'RI.in'ItT, At. (len.l'iiKs. Ant.
'Ml WusliKls;U)n bu, rortiaml Oreeon.
Zmw wb7 J??,-.
STOP RIGHT HERB! HEAD THIS AD!
i DO YOU KNOW WHY WE
DISPOSING OF SO MANY
IT IS BECAUSE WE ARE
And turning our stock
in tho old ad ago that
better than a slow shilliing" Our
Fall and Winter Stock
Is now daily arriving.
Wo have added many new attractions
( suitable for the season, which we hnne-ht. im
tho eastern market
ijtend to give our customers the benefit of
THE BAILEE MERCANTILE CO.
j 0. :',!)2 to Sili Slit 0M) ST R LET.
M'ail orders solicited and promptly filled.
DO NOT FORGET,
Thai Marvin Hand lia, the :ii,ct hmnds
of cid.ir-', and an e.';c,','ie!'t stock of j
choie'.'ci.ndav He v ill 'urv Ire ,,vaiji
ieverv H-imlie.-. :.rnl leni'.-nide. wiir,
water cic, every day.
LAKES, BLANE-S0OK3, SCEOOL
BOOKS, PERIODICALS, NOTIONS, CANDIES
The Praiher, Building,Second -&0ak Sis.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
PRATHER a GRAHAM,
PSABMOTTNT (PORTLAND) fe HOOD
Offer for sale 500,000 standard trees grown on high fir lands without irriga
tion or manure. Such trees are incomparably superior to those jrnnvn on
swales or watered soil Irrigated trees when planted on high and dry soils are
liable to stunt in growth and if they live, it is liable to he 7orS years before
they bear to amount to anything. Our trees are frequently in 'hearing tho
2nd year from setting out. Will send references to substantiate this assertion.
Apple, Vrarx, l' ache, IVuncs, riumn, Cherries, Quinces and AjricoL
Small fruits in variety, ornamental trees and shrubs, and 40 varieties (out
of 100 tests) of roses. Upccialticn, J'runrn. Several varieties of A' i 1'c-whes
and Karli) Texan JHai-kberrh. Special inducements to those planting in lots
of 100 to 1000. Correspondence invited. Address,
VI LEINGTOX & CO.
No. 2 Dektiui Building, N. W. Corner 1st and Washington Sts. rortla-nd. Or.
OUY riLKL(JT()X, Hood River, Or.
Have on hand a full supply of Fruit, Shade and Ornamental trees; gra p
vines, small fruits, Roses and Shrubbery.
Be sure to get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember our trees are grown strictly without irrigation.
THE BALLES. OREGON
W. A. t-LlXGEHLAXD, Local Agent.
T'Z , ,!X XCv Taz2'T 7 "mr-'.'TSr'.T TXS
uk vive vv UN us i u: so
HOOTS, HIIOCH, IIATH,
OUOCKKIKH, H AltfiWAItR,
CHOCK Kit Y, ,!,AHH
VA 111., HAY,
OIUI.N, i'i.KlJ, KIT.
ovor often, believing
"a nimble sixpence isj
at a bargain, and we in-2
i -5ilUll'S "l Hart :.
1 : 1 . ': ''J,'-U '''' ' HuniulF.
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iii lr iar is
&m im tal