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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1894)
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3feod Jiver Sclacter.
SOOD RIVER, OK JAN. 13, 1S04.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 11 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts tie name days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. arrives at
P. M. Saturdays.
For White Salmon leaves daily at 8 A. M.
arrives at one o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon loaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout take and Ulenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
BRIEF LOCAli MATTERS.
Mrs. E. L. Smith is borne from Cal
ifornia. George Udell has 1G0 acres of land for
Company D Is agitating the question
of another dance.
Timothy, red clover and alfalfa seed
' at Rand, Dent & Co.'s.
The Chinese at The Dalles, to the
number of 84, have registered.
. A glimpse of sunshine and a week of
rain fully describes the weather. ,
.Messrs. Eccles and Nibley of the Ore
gon Lumber company were here Jast
Mrs. Neff arrived home last week
after a week's visit to Mrs. Champlin
All persons knowing themselves to
be indebted to the Glacier will save
trouble by paying up at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland will
leave Hepptier for California, shortly,
to remain during the winter
Double moulded doors, $1.75. All
kiuds moulding J cent per inch. .
Hood Kivku Miu Co
The K. of P., after initiating a couple
of new members, celebrated the event
Tuesday night with an eleganc supper.
A letter from Mrs. Charlotte Hull
brings the news that she is now Mrs.
Koplin, having married some time
Our "Whole Wheat Graham" is for
eale at all the stores. We guarantee
every sack to bs made of clean No. 1
wheat." Harbison linos.
George Jones was in from his home
stead this week, lie tells us his broth
er Dick 'Will probably locate perma
nently in Chicago. .
We have this day closed our credit
books, and all persons owing the firm
will call aud settle, and save costs.
, . Rand Dent&Co..'
The area in strawberries has been
largely increased, and this season
should nearly double the export of last.
Captain Coe has increased his patch by
live acres. ' .. i . . ,
Insecticides for fruit pests and etc.; I
London Purple, Paris Green, I.X. L.,
Whale oil soap, powered hellebore, j
Persian insect powder etc., at the
Hood River Pharmacy. . - . -. ;
I. M. Wilson, who moved with his !
family to ""Illinois -iasfc.- fall, write a
friend that he will.be here again in the
eprinp. and thnt (here is no place like
Hood River. He is uorrect. .
, We will deliver at Hood River de
pot, pood wheat for 45 cents a bushel,
oats for $1.25 per hundred pounds, and
rye $1.50 per hunderd pounds. Send
us vour orders. Mays & Crowe, The
Our old townsman, F, II. Button, is
superintending a mining and irritrnt-.
ing ditch on the Sacramento. His fam
; ily are living in Oakland, and happy,
of course, because the Glaciku reaches
them every week. . , ; ;. y
bonus for its resurrection. But such a
contingency is not dreamed of by the
inhabitants of that section, and they
will look for its customary issuance
with the same assurance as Elijah did
to the daily advent of the ravens.
Idlewilde Lodge, 107, I. O. O. F., in
stalled its officers Thursday evening
and had an oyster supper afterwards.
M. F. Loy N.'G , Jud Ferguson V. G.,
8. E. Bartmess sec, A. B. Jones per
manent sec, J. E. Hanna treas., com
prise the list of officers.' -
Messrs. L. NefT, J. E. Hanna, J. II.
Ferguson and H. A. York wont to the
Locks' lat week to attend the installa
tion ceremonies of the Odd Fellows
lodge there. They report having had
a splendid time, which is of course, for
the boys at the Locks are the finest-of
' ' '
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ;
The best salve in the world, for Outs,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter Chapped Hand,
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Ernptr
ious, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perleet satisfaction or money refunded.
Priee 25 cents per box. For sale by
Hood River Pharmacy.
The county court has appointed road
supervisors for this neighborhood as
follows: George T. Prathcr, Frank C.
Sherrieo, Peter Odell, J. B. Rand.
Judges and .clerks of election for the
next two years aro: For Baldwin pre
cinct, S. M. Baldwin, Ries, David
Wishart; clerks, G D. Graham, W. R.
Winans. For Hood River. judges.Geb.
T. Prather, S. F. Blythe, W. J. Baker;
clerks, Elmer Rand, C. L. Gilbert.
The firm of Wm. Woods & Co., have
this day dissolved partnership; Wm.
Woods retiring from the firm. H. E.
Wiley assumes all outstanding debts
of the firm, and his representative will
make all collections owing the old firm
but will not be responsible for any per
sonal bills of the suid Wm. Woods,
Wit. Woo 1)3.
H. E. Wiley.
Dated Dec. 19, 1893.
This empowers F, M. Broadbent to
collect all accounts owing nie at the
Satuts Rest saloon and receipt for same
, in my name. Also to' pay out 'money
collected in my name to mv creditors.
Hekbeut E. Wiley.
Tiro Convention of Democratic Clubs.
The meeting of Oregon's democratic
clubs at The Dalles, Tuesday, Was the
event of the season for our neighboring
town. Front a democratic standpoint
it was a peculiarly harmonious meet
ing, for the reason that the factions had
their quarrel out, settled it, and went
home the best of friends. The meeting
was organized by selecting M, V. Har
rison temporary chairman and Robert
Hayden temporary secretary. After
the report of the committee on creden
tials, a committee on order of business
and another on resolutions were ap
pointed, the latter consisting of Messrs.
Bennett, Blythe, Mallay, O'Brien and
Gates. The fight over the election of a
president of the club organization
waxed hot, the figh't being confined to
the Multnomah county delegations,
the Jefl'ersoniaus nominating J. J.
Kelly and Tammany standing by Geo.
P. Chamberlain, not caring for any
thing except to beat Kelly. After a
bitter struggle some of the country del
egation got the leaders of the factions
in a side room and secured a compro
mise on S. B. Huston. This proved to
be the end of the troubles, and the
resolutions, although discussed some
what, were passed almost unanimously.
They read as follows: ' ' ' ' ,
Whereas, There has been a studied
attempt on the part of the republican
press aud party leaders to falsely repre
sent that the present financial depres
sion is owing to t tie democratic control
of.the national administration; and
Whereas, , We fully believe that
said financial crisis is the natural result
of a long system of republican misrule,
where the many have been taxed for
the benefit of the few, and the wealth
of the country taken from the masses
for the few, by the unjust and iniqui
tous tariff system; now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the opinion of this
association a restoration of the blightid
prosperity of the country can only be
seemed by the modification or repeal of
the taritf which has brought about our
condition, and especially the obnoxious
McKinley tariff, he enactment'
thereof 'of such laws as' shall tend to a
more equal distribution of the wealth
of the country and a restoration to the
masses of the common people of a more
just .proportion thereof; and be it fur
ther ' ' .
Resolved, That in this connection we
heartily approve of the proposed enact
ment by congress af a law providing
f.ir the raising of a portion of the rev
enues of the country by a tax upon the
Incomes of the wealthy and opulent.
' Resolved; That we, the representa'
tives of vthe state association of demo
cratic, clubs, in session assembled, do
reaffirm allegiance to We' principles of
the party as formulated by Jefferson
und exemplified by the iong and illus
trious line of his successors in demo
cratic ' leadership, from Madison to
; Resolved, That we warn the people
of our common country, jealous for the
preservation of their free institutions,
that the policy , of federnl control of
elections to which the republican party
lias committed itself is fraught with
the gravest dangers, scarcely less mo
mentous than would result from a rev.
"olution practically establishing a mon
archy on the ruins of a republic.
Resolved, .That the present time is
ripe for perfecting the organization of
the democratic party of the state of
Oregon, and in so doing to embrace
within its fold all who will join it in
the patriotic effort to resist the many
abuses of the party in power in this
state, by repealing the laws- that are
unjust and oppressive, and substituting
in their places others making the taxes
lighter, and giving laws that will check
the centralization of power in the in
terest of corporations and will bring the
capitalist and wage-earner stability and
permanency that will secure product
ive investment to the first and constant
employment to the latter.
Resolved, .That we denounce that at
tempt o.f the republican majority of the
last legislature of Oregon to destroy the
Australian ballot law, and we com
mend the patriotic course of Hon. C.H.
Woodward, the republican senator who
has dared to vote against the decree of
the republican caucus on this question.
Resolved, That we recommend to the
consideration of the voters of Oregon
the system of legislation known as the
initiative and referendum.
Resolved, That we favor the passage
of a law providing that non-residents
shall , not serve as peace officers in the
settlement of a6ordisputes, and that
the Pjnkertou and olisr private police
shall be prohibited. ..?.'
Resolved, That we condemn as un
patriotic and un-American any organ
ization, secret or otherwise, which
seeks to apply a religious test as a qual
ification for holding office.
Resolvtd That we approve of the
S stem of distributing such of the pub
lic institutions of the state among dif
ferent sections thereof, so far ns the
same can be done without impairing
the efficiency or economy of their management-
And in this connection we
approve of the act of the , last legisla
ture providing for a soldiers' home in
Southern Oregon and an insane asy
lum iu Eastern Oregon; and
, Resolved, further,' That the building
of these institutions and' the erection of
the jute mills at Baietri will provide
much-needed work for the unemployed
in our. state; that we favor the speedy
construction of the same.
Notice it hereby given that the par
tnership heretofore existing between
us is tli:.-? day disaolved by mutual con
sent. All accounts due us will be paid
to J. H. Cradlebaugh, and all accounts
against us will be presented to him. .
, J. W. Wallace.
. J. W. CURTEJIAN.
O. A. JONE3. 1 , FRANK HOD0IEKS,
JONES & RODGERS,
Strictly first-class work only.
HOOD RIVER, ' -J'-V-' 'OREGON.
Fashion High Arm Singer
Five Tear Guarantee.
ucuvcrca Kaiiroad Freigut Paid.
Full Oct or Finest Steel Jlttacninema,
in FIujal Iirfed Csbc.
Our Finest Premium is without doubt the
Fashion E'.-Jh. Arm Singer Sewing Machine.
The "Singe!'" has stood the test or 10 'years
and ir.ado a princely fortune for its inventor.
The ' Fashion" Singer, however, is an im
pi'bvemei.t on the original machine,. as it has
all modern improvements up to tlato' which
aro known or found in a firBt-cIass family sew
The automatic bobbin winder winds all sizes
of thread on the bobbin a8 easily as a spool of
thread is wound, without caro or attention on
the part of the operator, except to keep the
treadlo ttfoving. Ov.'iny to the machine having
whut is termed a tight and loose wheel, the
bobbin' can be -wound without running the
working parts of the machine. . This is quite
an advantage, as it does not necessitate re
moving the goods from underneath the presser
1 foot, or even unthreading the machine.
The needle is short and straight, thus insur
ing great strength : it Is also self -sotting, re
quiring no caro on the part of the operator.
The pressure on tho sowing foot is adjustable,
and when tho foot is raised to removo the work
from the machine, it brings into play tho au
tomatic tension release. rf hlsf tiltes the ten
sion from tho thread, and tho goods can be re
moved from tho machine without; bending the
needle or breaking the thread. Every operator
on old style machines will appreciate this.
The woodwork is of either antiquo oak or
walnut, at choice of purchaser. -
Each machine "U furnished with the follow
ing accessories aai attachments:
Oil can filled with oil, 13 needles, 0 bobbins.
Wrench, guide and guide screw, larzo and small
Fcrew driver, instruction book, foot hemmer,
feller, rufflor, tucker, binder, and a set of i
hammers of assorted widths. We also furnish
a written guaranteo warranting the machine
for Ave years, breakage of needles and shuttles
excepted. This shows tho groat confidence wo
have in tho machine, which wo justly claim to
bo the best valuo for the money ever offered.
I!ow to obtain thia Machine. Wo
will send (his machine . FUEIS, freight
paid to nearest railroad depot, to any one
Bending us ID yearly paid subscriptions, or for
COjiaid subscriptions and $10.00 iu cash ; sold
lo subscribers only for J-t.DU cah, railroad
CreightJaid. -Sewing machine agents sell this
machine for $36.00 and 05.00.
, Tho following tostiaionials were furnished
Cs by the manufacturers :
LaFayette Sr-niOGs, Quincy, ISy., under
tlato of June i, 1SU2, writes: "I have or.o of
your High Arm Sowing Machine:"!. Wo have
had iuibout U years, and it has proven to ho
just at good as represented. It is said to bo
:. , l.,.l m.nli. J,, r.ir.l,l,r,rlra,f1
' hvnli wlirtlmvii Kcn it" ,
Miss Sallib McClhtxan, Vanceburg, K.y.,
tinder date of June ;!, 18ES, writes: "I received
the machine and am delighted with' It. It does
lovely work. There is not another machine m
our town for which I would willingly exchange
mine. It is a perfect gem in itself. I think I
will bo ablo to send you Kome orders by tail.
Everyone likes this one s;o much."
Henry Johdan, Millersbr.rg, Ky., under
natoof June S, 1S02, writes: "Your Premium
Machine is the bout orio I ever saw. I would
notgivoit for any of my neighbors', some of
whom have paid G0 for their sewing machine,
t will toll all of my neighbors about your ma
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EACH SPOON COLD LINED.
These Spoons arjtill bizo and beautiful
specimens of the. engraver's art, and are
made of nickel silver and heavily plated
with pure sterling silver. They come. half,
dozen in a set, all dilTcreiit-ly; engraved.
Tho bowl b! each sp-jou has a. lining of 22'
karat-gold, which gives them a beautiful
tvjprarance; each set is complete in a satin
lined case. Nothing could be more appro
priate as a gift than a set of .National Sou
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Wa will Give thl3 Fulf Set FREE
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! fceriytionK ani fcl.O'J in cosh ailded; or it will be
soju .to a suuscnucr xor .;,L.ucasu; uo;ivut-cu
px'ctiiLid in every instance. -
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FOR SALE, OR REST. .
Eighty acres, six miles from town.
Four 'acres in meadow and alfalfa.
Nearly three acres in strawberries, in
full bearing next year; one of the very
earliest berry patches in - the valley.
Small orchard in bearing. Good house
barn and wood shed. Apply to J.
Wiekham, on the premises. '
T. C. Dallas has just received a fine
stock of cook stoves, ranges and kitchen
furniture. Call and see them.
Giant powder, fuse and caps at T. C.
We have several farms and' small
tracts for sale. Call and ge.t prices.
Wax strings, tin cans, new stoves,
preserving kettles and everything else
at T. S. Dallas.' ,
A 4 spring 3 seated mountain hack;
new. A. S. Blowers & Co.
House aud lot in Hood River. Ap
ply to A. S. Blowehs.
-T. H. EMERSON. .
Ail Around Painter.
") AND DECORATING.
, Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaraa
HOOD RIVER, - -' OREGON.
T. C. DALLAS.:-' .'
Stoves and tin- ,
Ware, kitchen fur
tools and plumb
ers goods of all kinds.
i Xtopairingoftinware a specialty. . ,
The undersigned being located near
Hood River, wishes to inform parties
w ho may be d.eairoiia of having sur
veying done, that he 'is a practical
surveyor of many years experience,
and that work entrusted to hiin will be
performed with dispatch and eorreet-
; iiess. -.Jtio tttKes pleasure in referring to
Mr. A. S.. Blowers, (who for yettrs was
county commissioner in Minnesota,)
and for whom he did ,coiM3t,y work as
county surveyor, as to his ability.
.Parties writing me at liooa wiu re
ceive prompt attention.
C. J. I IAYKS.
Dated Hood River April 6th, 1891.
V. M. Yates.
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps,
Uoots and shoes; , Flour, Feed '
etc. Country Produce
Bought and Bold.
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Steamers from Portland to San Francisco,
everyidays. . .'..'
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For rates and general information nail on
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The Good Luck Coffee Spoon shown here
bears all tho emblems of lnek, namely, the
tour-leaf clover, horse shoe, vrleh bone, bow
fcnot and forgot-me-nots. This spoon Is made
if olid Coin Silver. One cf these spoons
makes a beautiful souvenir present.
Wo will give one of these
spoons free to any ono send
ing ns 4 new paid-up yearly
subscription?, or for 2 new
paid-up yearly subscriptions
and 51.35 in cash; or it will bo
sold to a subscriber for J2.3 m
, cash. 10c. po3tago must bo
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Columbus Souvenir T e a
Spoons are now all the rais ;
everybody should have o:ie.
We show a fceautifuliy" en
graved spoon, bearing an ex
cellent bust of . Columbus and
engraving of the yesr.el of Co
lumbus laudinj on our shores.
This spoon is triple sliver
nlated. oxidized, and tho bowl
. . .''S-V5I
,:i fiff 's S11 lined ; It. will be given
iree ior one new paiu-up
yjarly subscription j or it win
be sold forGOc. Sent postage
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are offered FRiiE to tkosa of our
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v to a little trouble-to , ;
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trust such o our readers who need a .watoli
will read our various offers cxref ully. 'W e .
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description as the sample shown, both as to
case and movement, although the patterns of
the case may vary; but a!l the designs of
Elgin and Waltham watclies sire beautifully
and artistically wrought, as becomes the repu
tation of these great companies.
The regular retail price of ti.e watches offer
ed below Is nearly .Ml per cent, mere than ours,
as we purchase directiytromtaesalllng assents
of the manufacturers. An Llgin or W altham
can be ordered as des rTl. ,
Our ISo. v compensa-
1 is a genu- w'StN ting safety
o a i a n o e
a p p a i atus,
and all Im
provements. Tbo caso is made of Boiid gold in two plates,
strentrthened in the centre with fi tie composi
tion metal. The inanul HCturera jfuaraatee this
wntrh to we?r lor fitter n veaiv
We will Give this Watch FRHR, delivered
prepaid, to o.nv one who will kcihI ns 6 new
paid-up yearly snbscripunTis, or for hi patd-up
yearly subgcnptions and in cash wlnitional
or we wilt selFTT outrint io a subscnlier for
only 16 in cash, dei'vf-d prepam 111 tul caaes.
inn caae or
op? fuce a
ace "urate, t
Joweled movement, .stem windlnrr and set- ,
ting and nil improvements. This watch iff
frood enough for anybody and is .--atisfaciion
itself. Many thoin.nds in nm. . . .
We will dive this Watch H(rn, cl:nrr:es pre
paidj to any one who wnl send ue ;.l no v paln-up
yearly subscriptions, or for 10 patd-un yearly .
subscriptions and g&.CO cash ihIoiuonuI: or wi1
Sell it to a subscriber tor &11.L0 cash, delivered
free in each instance.
special crrrR ro ladies.
Our No: 8 is yTZTV ! iroM of
beautifully . ApS- - et n;tardonal-
fimslied, with , -. .. , 'i.lrenLfh.
ease made -mi mimiM ! !'! hya i-titi
of two plates if plate of line
composition.', meiai. 'lue- jnannfacturpsTS
guarantee this caeo for tweniv v-Mra. Tmo
works are f?en ui ne WalUiam or i-J'.i af ford
ing to fiiioice, wiiicli Jy a snliieie;;v gi.ariinle&'
of ext'olleiico, and are 7 :,owojed. s;n;ii windjntf
and setting. A lovely nret-cnl f- r . la';y.
We will Give this Vatch FWLti, delivered
propaiu, to any one tenainsr us vTi inr.v paid-up .
yearlv euoscnptionw, or ior 10 nv p-iid-up .
yearjy subscnpnoih and tlOiu :tt.-.n ad -led: or
it will be sold to a subscriber 1" asli,
delivered pre iaid in all instances. -
No. T is a solid silver Lad j en1 Elg:n or
vvaltliam aicti. wea
jeweled, rtoivt windingc
and KCttinir inov(-nunt,
with all ;ho latest im-
firoveraents: v01 w'-ra
lieiime. I !:e alch will
be C tvt-n l-Kfctii.
paid, to any or
bending ua 2
n o w pa -d-up
vearlv sui-s. rin-
fsftS' Uetl1 ysubsdip
tho watch will
be soM to anv
$11.60 cash, de
in all instances.
Any of our readers, either lady or'tentleman,.
who want a reliable watch and who have a
little leisure time can readily get us me num
ber of subscriptions necessary to enable them
to Ret one of the above standard watclies
'vithout any cash outlay. -
o r Walt-
works are s :z:r J
T jewelb, .V V
pobd nilver Z1 iN
ouher hunt- It J J
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jr i j.r a
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U - 1 Kr l i
Silver. Tvf; ''