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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1895)
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. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1S05.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'he same days at noon.
For Chenoweth; leaves at 8 A.M.; arrives at
C P. M. Saturdays:
Kor White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.j
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
Prom White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. , , .
Canby Post, No. 18, G. A. R., meets at Odd
Fellow s Hall, first Saturday of each month
at i o'clock p. m. All G. A. R. members In
vited to attend.
M. B. Potter, Commander. .
C. J. Hayes, Adjutant. .
Professional Cards, per month ...
Kine incn space, per month
Rates on larsrer space srivon on aDDllcatlon.
Business notices in local columns will be
charged 5 cents a line each Insertion; under
the head of "Special Notices" half these rates
will ba charged.
Legal ad vertlsements will be charged to the
party ordering them, at legal rates, and must
be paid for before proof is furnished.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Wild flowers are in bloom. .''.
Men's gloves at the Racket Store.
E. L, Smith has plenty of good hay
for sale at $13 a ton. . ,
- Hood River people were making gar
den during the week..
Tuesday Wm. Tillett shipped a bale
.of.fruit trees to Grants. '
, Rev. George H. White died at Grant,
February 5th, aged 69.
8. J. LaFrance left Tuesday for Pen
dleton on a business trip. : : -
S. E. Bartmess Is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
Hats at cost for six weeks at Mrs.
Hunt's. .. . : j2C
Lou Morse is authorized agent for all
newspapers and periodicals. .
Annual school meeting in district
No. 8 will be held March 4th, at 3 p. m.
A dance will be given this (Friday)'
evening at White Salmon by Thomas
& Fordyce. - -
Davenport & Bros. ; Lumber Co. are
now. ready, to deliver .lumber to any
port of the valley. . .
T. C. Dallas lias sold his lot and place
of business to L.. E. Crowe of The
Dalles. The price paid was $610.
All varieties of peach trees, lie each ;
Spitzenburg and Ben Davis apple trees,
5c each, $45 per 1000. See Tillett.
Mr. Crandall of The Dalles, superin
tending the building of the school
Louse, was in Hood River Monday. ,
The grand chancellor, K. of P., Dr.
Hill of Albany, paid an official visit to
Waucoma lodge Wednesday evening.
Jas. Langille has been engaged dnr
the week building a vpranda to the
north aide of the extension to the Mt.
Farmers have been at work during
the fine weather of the week, and con
sequently our streets are quiet and bu
A. S. Blowers & Co. will carry a full
line of harness, saddles, whips, etc., the
coming season, at prices that will defy
competition. , ,
Send in your orders for trees for
spring planting. Prices $40, $50 and
$55 per 1000, in 500 a-id 1000 lots, at
S. E. Bartmess is having his varan
da finished up this week. Mr. Arnold
doing the carpenter work and J. B.
Hunt the painting. , ' ,
Persons who expect to get water dur
ing the coming season from the . Hood
Itlver Water Supply company should
apply to Wm. Davidson.
Mr, L. Newman, a pioneer resident
of The Dalles, who has been in busi
ness there since 1803, died suddenly in
that city February 19th, aged 61. , .",
Dr, Sanders is provided, with a den
tal chair for his Hood River office. Also
1repared to extract teeth without pain
y the use of narcotized air, called gas.
Frank Davenport, who has been at
Pendleton for about four weeks, return
ed to Hood River last week. He ex
pects to return to Pendleton on the 1st
of the month.
The new school building is beginning
to assume proportions. The frame of
the main part of the building is in place
and the workmen have been pushing
the work duriug.tue fine weather of
late. ; : ..;: . ,; , v ; .. ..,
' In printing the weather record for
January, 1862, last week, furnished by
Capt. Coe, we should have said that on
"Thursday, January 16th, the ther
mometer stood, at 7 a. m., 24 degrees
below zero." . , ' .
The steamer Regulator commenced
making her regular trips from The
Dalles to the Cascades Wednesday, con
necting with the Dalles City on the
lower river. Both boats have been
overhauled and repaired. '
The secretary of the Hood River Li
brary, Association desires that the
"names of every member of each society
entitled to membership be handed to
him at the drug store as soon as possi
ble, that he may make up the list for
the association and librarian.
The following school books will be
exchanged by paying exchange prices:
Maxwell's L. L. and Gram mar, Barnes'
L. L., Sill's Grammar, Clark's Normal
Grammar. New books will be here the
1st of March. ' M. H. Nickelsen. -.
Bert Sandman, of Mt. Hood, while
returning from a hunt last Sunday and
while crossing a branch of the middle
fork of Hood river, fell and struck his
back upon a rock. He was quite badly
hurt and had to be carried about a
mile and a half to his home.
Frank Davenport & Bros. Lumber
Co's. mill, now located on Autone
Wise's place, started up Thursday. The
company have about 100,000 feet of logs
piled in the yard. They expect to run
the mill at this point till June 1st,
when they will move back up on the
mountain. , . , , . -,,..' .
Our old friend J B. Crossen, who
made himself the most popular man in
the county while serving the people as
county clerk, is now running a firs
class family grocery in The Dalles. Mr,
Crossen knows how to run a grocery
he knows that by dealing only in first
class goods he can get the trade, and
hence bis popularity is still on the in
crease. ' ..
'TJaritTeu,1(ialiaifmie of. the flu
boats thatfurnisb-this city with wood,
died at" hfs his'home near Stevenson,
Wash...... last levelling, at. .8.30 . o'.ejoc.k.
LiiWgij riritiyhe Iw.asv fwkeju ifcTj-aft'e'r".
doing uoHie heavy work in-'the woods,'
and it is supposed his death was caused
by internal uemorruagei. t'apt. reo
has' been on the river for the past fif
teen years, and . was well known in this
community. He leaves a widow and
two or: three .children. Mountaineer.
The "bell social'!, given" oh Wednes
day evening at the Congregational
church, by the ladies' aid society, was
a very creditable entertainment, being
in every -way a perfect- success. A
large audience' was present and the
proceeds netted $9.80 for the bell fund.
The poem read, "Belles of Hood River,"
was original. ' The' trustees of the
church hope to have the bell in place
within two weeks. "
At the regular examination of teach
ers just completed at The Dalles certifi
cates were granted as follows: First
grade Mrs.- K. Roche, Miss Emma
F. Ward, Miss Cassie Cheese; second
grade Daisie E. Allaway, Lindsey B. ;
Thomas, H. R. Blue, G L.- Carroll;
third grade Katie Davenport, E. F.
Surface, Florence J. Davie, A. V.I
Underwood, Ben. Wilson, Marguerite
Shelley. ; ' ' -.: j
See our display of shoes In show j
window; over fifty different styles and
grades. . If you don't see what you
want, call for it; we have it and are
prepared to nil tne bill wnen it comes j
to noots ana snoes. . jkj very pair or
Bradley., & Metcalfs shoes warranted.
Let us quote you prices; if we are not
lower than the lowest, will not ask
for patronage. A. S. Blowers & Co. ;
A' junior society oS Christian En
deavor was organized at the Congrega
tional church and held its first meet
ing last Sunday. The following are
P. Button.; assistant superintendent,
P Knitmv .iutt ,no int.Hm,t ;
Miss Agnes Dukes; president, Fay La
France; vice president, Edward Heald;
treasurer, Ralph Button;- secretary,
Agnes Dukes. This society meets
every Sunday, at 3 p. m.
When J. S.. Harbison Was in Helena,
recently, he dined with an old inhabi
tant of the town. Canned strawberries
were oil the table, and of course he
.asked if thev were Hood River berries.
His host had never heard of Hood
River and assured him that the ber
ries were from California. , The query
is, are all brands erased from our fruit
and labeled "California?'! , ; . ,
We are indebted to Messers Mcintosh
and Wilson for a fine sample of onion
sets. They are called winter onions
and the sets were brought from Illinois
last May by I. M. Wilson. Call on Mc
intosh for green onions In about three
weeks from now. , ,
Rev. J. W. Rigby, formerly the pas
tor of the M. E. church here, and fam
ily are now located at Biekelton, Klick
itat county, Wash. Miss Mellie Rigby
is engaged to teach the spring term of
the Biekelton school. ;
, World's fair diplomas were numer
ously received by Hood River fruit
growers during the week. The editor
of the Glacier is pioud of one he re
ceived on his Gravenstein apples.
The donation party at Rev. F. L.
Johns' Tuesday evening was well at
tended. Supper was served by Mrs.
M. B. Potter at her residence, and every
one had an enjoyable time.
1 License to wed was issued to Wm.'
Rankin and Miss Annie Purser by the
county clerk Wednesday. We learn
they were married in The Dalles the
Hard 'times entertainment by the
ladies of the U. B. church on Friday,
March 8th, .in Mr. Harrison's barn.
Look for programme in next week's
paper. ; ', ... ;
Rubbers for men, women and chil
dren, also, common-sense toe shoes for
men-and women, at D. F. Pierce's
Harness and Shoe Store.
M. V. Harrison gives notice that he
cannot hold the delinquent -tax list
much longer without advertising.
Mrs. Wm. Foss, who has been quitei
sick witn pneumonia, we are glad to
- J. w. Morton made nis wire a nirtn
day present of two lots in Winans' ad
r";"""" ! . vf
At White Salmon thev have been
. ... , , . .
E. V, Husbands is sick with typhoid
pneumonia. He is improving.
The welcome sound of the croaking
frog is heard now night and day.
Mrs. D. B. Hill returned from Col
umbus on the 19th.
Minutes of the Glee Club.
Hood River Glee Club met at Mr.
and Mrs.- Heald's Monday, evening.
Dr. F. C. Brosius, president, called club
to order. The following business was
transacted: - . , "
Mr, John Nickelsen ' was' elected to
represent the club as trustee of the
Hood River library association, r
A quartett given the use of music for
the Congregational bell concert. Also
the same offer for the K. of. P. enter
tainment. " '
Club changed the regular night of
meeting from Monday night to Friday
night. - - :- ' , ,
Adjourned. , . , '':.'. ! i 6
, S, E. Bartmess, Secretary.
D. C. Boyd, .who has been acting as
a reporter for the Gazette for a few
weeks past, has taken his departure for
parts unknown. Mr., Boyd's gentle
manly conduct since his arrival in
Heppner had won, for him the respect
of almost the entire community. But,
like many others, when he came in di
rect ' contact with John Barleycorn,
John knocked him out.- After con
ducting himself in a suspicious manner
for a few days, he silently took his de
parture. The Gazette mourns the loss
of a few dollars in tiash, an overcoat, a
little brown hat and the editor's per
suader a big six-shooter. .. We espec
ially regret losing the revolver, as we
are now left without visible means of
backing up our assertions. Heppner
Gazette. , . -:V '-' . ", , ..-
A board of trade has been organized
by the business men of Heppner. ;
Dr. E. T. Cams, Dentist."
Has returned to Portland. He will be
in Hood River again about the first
of March, prepared to do all kinds
of dentistry work examine, fill, ex
tract, regulate and make new teeth;
also, crown and bridge work.
'.111'.. First Council Meetinir.' ' ;
The first meeting of the town council
was 'held Monday afternoon, there be
ing a fiill jatteManee of- aldermen and
officers. ' ".' ', ' '
Oaths of office and a' certified copy
of the order of. incorporation were filed
with the recorder. . . - - .-
: The following ordinances were con
sidered: . . ' ;. '. .
Ordinance No. 1 Adopting certain
rules for the government of the pro
ceedings of the council, and for the ap
pointment and duties of committees of
the council. . -..
Ordinance No. ' 2 Relating' to the
recorder and recorder's court.
Ordinance No. 8 Relating to; treas
urer. .- . ., ., . -' . '
Ordinance No. 4 Relating to mar
Final action was deferred on these
ordinances till the next regular meet
ing. ' .
On motion, the standing committees
were appointed by the mayor, as fol
lows: : ' '
Judiciary Watt, Rand and Hartley.
Finance Bartmess, Watt and Button.
Streets and Public Property Morse,
Hartley and Rand.
Fire and Water Button, 'Morse and
' Health and Police Watt, Hartley
' The aldermen were classified by lot,
as follows: 'lo serve for one year But
ton, Watt, Bartmess; for two years
Rand, Morse, Hartley.','.,'....
.., On motion, Watt, Morse and Rand
were appointed a committee by the
mayor to prepare ordinances for the
consideration of the council.
The committee on streets and public-
property were requested to , look up
j. " . . ,. .. . e 1. ,.
oil and report at next meeting.
On motion. Watt and Bartmess were
appointed to act with 'the. mayor as a
committee to purchase necessary books
and supplies for the use of the town
Capt. J. H. Dukes stated that the
Congregational church was about to
purcuase a new bell; that if the council
would add about $30 to the $100 now
raised by the church, a heavier bell
could be had, and the church people
would arrange it so the bell could be
used at any time for a fire bell. No ac
tion, was taken on the suggestion.
. On motion, the next regular meeting
was fixed for Monday, February 25th,
at 7.30 o'clock, p. m. , .
Library Association Meeting.
Pursuant to call of the president, the
retiring board met, February I8th, and
heard the minutes of the former meet
ing and the report of the librarian and
treasurer, and from their report found
the following persons entitled to mem
bership on the board of control for the
ensuing calendar year, as trustees from
the following societies, to wit: .
. A. O. U. W., E. L. Smith.
Congregational church, J. H. Dukes.
Eastern Star lodge, Mrs.F.C.Brosius.
G. A. R., C. J. Hayes.
Glee Club, no representative present.
K. ff P. lodge, J. A. Soesbe.
Masonic Jodge, F. ,Brosius. . I,
M. E. church, J. P. Wateotl." ';' "f"'
1. O. O. F. lodge, J. E. Hanna.
U. B. church, S. E. Bartmess.
W. C. T. U., Mrs. VV. H. Bishop(not
present). v -
VV. R. C, Mrs. E. L. Smith.
Th,e librarian reported 157 volumes,
appraised at $178, and a number not
yet appraised. The treasurer reported
$79.75 cash to date.:
- The laws and regulations were then
read and adopted as per type-written
copy (printed elsewhere) and turned
over to the new board of control. The
board then proceeded to the election of
officers, as follows: Chairman, E. L.
Smith; treasurer, J. E. Hanna; secre
tary, F. C. Brosius; librarian, M. H.
The new officers having assumed
their duties, the following proceedings
were had: '
Moved that the selection of books be
left to the board of control; carried.
vf,..,,i it i,..;,.m.,
- A.tjvcu IUUI lUV. V1JU11 ILIUM LIJirllV t
committee of three to appraise books
brought in for membership; carried. As
that committee the chairman appoint
ed J. A. Soesbe,, S.' E. Bartmess and
Decision by the chairman ih answer
to a question: It takes a bound volume
worth not lees than one dollar, or one
dollar in cash, to obtain a membership;
a volume worth several dollars 'will not
be credited with more than one mem,
Moved that regulations regarding
magazines, donated be left , with the
committee heretofore appointed,-viz.,
the appraisement committee; carried.
Moved that no money be expended
for magazines; carried.
Moved to adjourn until the next reg
Ular, meeting day, March 6, 1895, at 10
a. in , at E. L. Smith's ollice; carried.
F. C. Brosius, Secretary.
: The bulk of the season's grinding is over,
but the miller will be at home every Satur
day during the summer months, prepared to
grind your grist promptly.
,,f23, , HARBISON BROS.
Pure blooded Pekin Suck eggs for $2 per
dozen. These are the most profitable birds to
raise on the farm; they will lay from March
1st to July J5th. Eggs large. :
fO . W. R. WINANS, Hood River, Or.
' First class timothy tujy for sale by Ferguson
& Loy at 815 per ton. , Jal9
Black harness oil, 35 eU a quart, at Pierce's
Harness and Shoe Store.
Wm. Tillett is still In the nursery business,
with a good stock of home-grown trees. If he
Is out of what you want, he can supply you
with the following varieties from one of the
largest nurseries In Oregon: All kinds of cherry
trees; Spltzenberg, Gano, Ben Davis, Red Del
aware, Hyde's King of the West, Tompkins
King, and other leading varieties of apples.
Would be glad to quote prices Jon lots of 500
and 1000 trees. , Drop him t, postal for terms.
- The Hood River Box Factory has plenty of
apple boxes on hand. ,
For sash, doors, mouldings, brackets,.cOm
blnation fencing and turning, go to the Hood
River Box Factory.
Wm. Tillett has ordered apple trees of the
following varieties: 8000 Spitzenburg, 2000
Baldwin, 1000 Northern Spy, and 500 Graven
stein. Apple trees, it Is expected, will be
carce In the spring, and it behooves planters
lo order early. fl)
be as free from nicotine as the day before
smoke. An iron-clad written guarantee
all its forms, or money refunded. Price $1 00 per oox, or s ooxes yau aays'
treatment and guaranteed cure), $2.60. For sale by all druggists, or will be
sent by mail, upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO-CENT STAMPS FOB
SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. ''"'-,; ' .
Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis.
Office of THE PIONEER PRESS COMPANY. 0. W. HoimiCK, Supt.
St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 7, 1804.
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'- CHURCH ; NOTICES. .' .
The pastor, Rev. J. L. Hershner,
will conduct services at the Congrega
tional church next Sunday. Subject
at the morning service will be "Soul
' Evangelistic services will be held at
the Congregational church, beginning
next Wednesday evening, and con
tinue ten days or two weeks. Rev.
R. A. .Rowley, superintendent of Sun
day school work in Oregon, and an
evangelist of ability, will conduct the
services over the first and second Sun
days of March.
: Sunday school at the Valley Con
gregational church each Sunday, at
10.30, except on. church days, when it
meets at 10 'o'clock. "Come, now, let
us reason togeter, saith the Lord."
Regular services are held at the M.
E. barracks morning and evening of
the first Sunday of each month; in the
evening the remaining Sunduys of the
mouth. The fourth Sunday evening
occupied by T, D. Gregory.
, , ; F. L. Johns.
,The Franktoii Sunday school was
organized last Sundav and M. P. Isen
berg was elected as superintendent.
Rev. F. L. Johns delivered a short ser
mon on the subject of Prayer, after
which a collection was taken and $1.40
was secured with which to secure liter
ature for the school Hereafter the Sun
day school will be held every Sunday
at 3 o'clock p. m.
: V Masque, Party.
. : -!A masque party was held at the
house of S. W. Arnold Tuesday even
ing.' ' The young folks report a very
pleasant time. Those masqued were:
Josie Hansberry, ghost; Maggie Bishop,
squaw; Roy Shoemaker, negro child;
Inawk Gibbons, negro child; Laura
Wilson, Topsv; Walter Isenberg,Mabel
rlodgson and Theresa Morse, school
girls; Pearl Templeton, parlor maid;
Lillie Templeton, flower girl; Lollie
Templeton, huntress; Howard Isen
berg, wandering minstrel; Marshal
Isenbergand Elton Hayden, midnight
twins; George Wilson, clown; Bess
Isenberg, ".Daisy;" . Richard Gibbons,
policeman; Harry Hansberry, "Hay
seed" en route for New York; Mrs. F.
Perry, "skare fcrow;" Mrs. Sutherland,
nurse girl; Louis Isenberg, Irish gen
tleman; Charles Castner, "Col. Jack
sou;" George Rich, Turk; Hubert Gal
.ligan, soldier. Among other guests
present were: Mrs. W. Davidson, Mr.
apd Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs. Rich, Mr.
and Mrs. Hibbard, Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Isenberg, Messrs. D. Gibbons, Dorance
Smith, Tom Bishop and Lee Wilson.
The evening was spent at various
games, 'and lunch was served at 10
o'clock. The guests departed about
md night, each one wishing that old
St. Valentine would oftener visit us.
; ' " Name Your Farms.'
A good move is being made by farm
ers along the state road west of town.
They are naming their farms and in
tend to have placed over their gates the
name of the farm and the owner's
name. ' The following names have teen
handed in for publication. The Gla
cier will print" all names of places
W. B. Perry, Maple Dell.
T. fc). Wlckens, Spring Date
W J. Campbell, Falls View.
; B. Warren, Kivpr View
tf. Warren's 40-acre tract, Oak Dale. ,
P. F. Cordes, Eyole Fruit Gardens.
8. F. Blythe, Twin Oaks.
P. A. Snyder, Mountain View. .
II. C. Bateham, Columbia Nursery.
W. H. Perry, Pleasant Home. '
Farm for Sale, Cheap!
Or for rent. About 25 acres under cultivation;
4 miles from town of Hood River. Address
i .: JAS. FEAK, Hood Rivxr. Or.
--!' . FARM
On 10 Years' Time,
Or for cash, i Eight acres orchard; 8-room,
hard-finish house; 1500 bushel apple house,
stone; barns, etc.: water wheel. 3-horse power,
runs feed mill, SJ'bushels per hour; 6 perpet
ual springs; steamboat landing; all under
fence. Will sell all or part. Increasing years
compel sale. ' ' f23
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for ladles, girls, boys and men. All of sea
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Designs of new garments are published
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blank for the patterns. 1
Thousands of ladies in every state have pur
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They are invaluable, and you can save on
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The "Twlce-a-Week" will be sent PREE
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scribers, with ?3 to pay for the same.
If you want a package of sample copies,
write tor them.
Address all orders
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GEO. T. PRATHER,
Notary Mlic anllns. Agent.
I represent five of the best Insurance com
panies. . i
Collections made and real estate handled on
Office in Prather Block, Oak St.,
HOOD KIVER, OREGON.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP
First Door West of Post Office.
Boots and Shoes mads to order. Repairing
neatly done, and at
All work first class. , Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
se29 C. WEIRDS, Proprietor.
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TINWARE,
- Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinwarc.a Specialty.
I have for sale two fine Fruit Farms and the
best hay farm in the valley. Plenty of run
ning water on all of them. Will sell any or
all of thenu Also, fine residence and lots al
different prices. Call on or address
A. S. BLOWERS,
aul8 r 1 Hood River, Oregon.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
DEALERS IN- .
, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
' hi CELEBRATED
THE BIGGEST BOOT IN THE W0RUJ
Nickelsen fe Luckey will hereafter do all
plumbing and repairing, connecting to or de
taching from water mains.
d22 ' A. S. BLOWERS, Manager.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
$10 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
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