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8ArURDA"tf, MAY 18, IS95:
The mall arrlvfcl from Mt. Hood at 10 o''
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; do
parts 'ie same div.va at noon.
For Clienoweth) leaves at 8 A. M.j arrived at
0 P. M. Saturdays.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at ft-o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Frldavs.
Canby Post, No. 10. G. A. R., meets at Odd
Fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p.m. AUG. A. B. members In
vited to attend.
C. J. Hayes, Commander.
A. S. Blowers. Adjutant.
Waucoma Lodxe, No. SO. K. of P., meet in
their Castle Hall on every Thursday night.
L. N. Blowers, C. C.
Geo. T. Pbatheb, K. of K. & B.
Professional Cards, per month ......... .........?1 00
One Inch space, per month. 1 GO
Hates on larger space given on application.
Business notices In local columns will be
charged 6 cents a line each Insertion; under
the head of "Special Notices" half these rates
will be charged.
Legal advertisements will be charged to the
Earty ordering them, at legal rates, and must
e paid for before proof Is furnished,
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Attend the lecture at V. B. church.
B. Warren has a fresh cow for sale.
District court will convene at The
Dalles, May 27th.
Ladies' ready made waists only 75c
at the Racket store.
Lost A blacksnake wagon whip.
Please leave at this office.
S. E. Bart mess Is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
Lou Morse is atitlvfrized agent for all
newxpupere and p rlod.cais. ,
M. H. Nickelsen has paper for cover
ing struwberry crates for sale.
New stock of corsets just in at the
Bucket store. Extra long waists
The Methodist conference will meet
In Hood lliver June 4lh, 5th and Cth.
Miss Mary Frnsier came up from
Portland on the noon train Saturday.
Call and examine our stock of
hosiery from 10c to 50c ier pair at the
Bucket store. 1 :"
Mr. Dunn, a brother-in-law of Harry
Htukett, moved up from Portland to
the kilter's ranch last week.
Mrs. Jennie Chumplin was in Hood
Bivt?(Tneday and went out to visit
her fH i her, Mr. George Booth.
. Davenport & Bros. Lumler Co. are
now ready to deliver lumber to any
part of tlie valley. : . - f28
Lady bicycle riders made their ap
pearance on the si reels of Hood River
tor the first time Tuesday. Ho bloom
ers. H. F. Davidson will take contracts
for Klnostita & Lee the Japanese
strawberry pickers. : Prices ljc and ljc
a box , .
Mr. J. L. Atkinson of Portland was
in Hood River during the week. He
lias purchased the Champlin property
here. , :
Little Panry Baker was taken quite
sick while ut i-chool lust week, and for
u few days wus dangerously ill with ca
Dr. H. A. Sturdevanr, of the den
tistry ttrrn of Sanders & Hturdevant,
of The Dulles, was in Hood River Mon
day and Tuesday.
Herri n, the Photographer, will visit
Hood River tiUiut July 1st. If you
want first-class Artists to come here,
patronize them, when they come. n2() ,
Thos. McDonald and the family of
Mr. H. l'ngh's son, of Sherman coun
ty, came down from near Wasco, Tues
day, by team, coming through in one
The steamer Regulator ' carried 800
excursionists from The Dalles to Cas
cade Locks Sunday. At Hood River
the excursionists were Joined by 25 or
The Hood River Water Supply Co.
have a force of 15 or 20 men at vork up
in the mountains etiLirgingtheirditcli.
They are widening the ditch from
Ditch creek up to Dead Point.
D'. T. L. Eliot, his daughter Grace
nnd sou .Sam, came up from Portland
last week. Mrs. Eliot and rest of t he
family are expected shortly, to remain
at their country place for the summer.
At the Hood River republican club
meeting, Saturday, Cant. A. S. Blow
ers, JtKiue J. A. Hocshe.E. S. Olinger
and C. E. Murkham were elected dele
gates to the convention of republican
clubs to be held at Portland next Wed
nesday. The three Odell brothers, William,
Peter and Lee, and James English,
will start in a few days for Manitoba.
They will go through on horseback by
way of Montana. Charles Berger is
now there and writes in glowing terms
of that country. ' '
There was no meeting of the town
council Tuesday evening for the reason
that a quorum of the memliers was not
present. Mayor Wotfard was out of
town, O. B. Hartley was in Portliind,
L. E. Morse wan in attendance at the
irrand lodpe of Odd Fellows at Salem,
tind S. E. Bartmesx was hot present.
The cool weather that prevailed here
about ten days ago set hack the tomato
plants at this place and White Salmon,
but they are recovering now that the
weather in more favorable. Farmers
at While Salmon have planted exten
sively of tomatoes this season. Messrs.
Rankin, Moore, Bradford and others
have several thousand plants each.
Persons looking for a fruit ranch
should read the ad of F. R. Absten and
correspond with him or go and see the
ranch. Mr. bsten's place is noted for
its fruits of all kinds. He has bearing
orchards of apples, pears, prunes, cher
ries and peaches, besides grapes, straw
berries, blackberries and raspberries,
with a good strong spring of excellent
water furnishing an abundance for Irri
gation. The O. R. & N. Co., always alert to
the welfare of their patrons, have de
cided to discontinue the mixed passen
ger and freight train leaving Portland
In the morning, returning in the even
ing, and substitute a regular passenger
train whiah will run daily including
Sundays: Leaving Portland 8:00 a.m.,
arriving Dalles 12:15 p.m., and return
intr m Portland 6.30 p.m. About April
15th this train will carry i elegant
observation enr, and low rates for the
round trip will be placed in effect
.Little Bruce Morton had a very nar
row escape from drowning the other
day. On his father's place a flat boat
Is used to cross the slough when mak
ing hay. The Miller brothers, Mr.
Morton and his little boy had gotten
into the boat U cross the slough, and
while Mr. Morton and Luther Miller
were preparing lo push the beat from,
shore with their ores, Bruce ran to
tbe forward part of the boat and man-,
aged to fall overboard. Air. t rank growu only at Hood River to perfet-
Miller happened to hear the splash j t,jon .
",adu by the boy fallh.g overboard, Nine crate8 of strawberries were
fU,V1itlgil ,gten.iM ! shipped to Portland on Friday morn
boat, saw the boy struggling in the , f,t k, , , tJ20 thi
water about two feet under the surface. ; g
Reaching out at arm's lengtb he caught j .,' rT , ' , ..
the boy and pulled him aboard just as n Milton, Umatilla county, made the
the boat was pushed out. In another first shipment of Oregon strawberries
moment the boy would have been un- j to Denver May lllh. ;
der ibe boat in twenty feet of water. The first Mt. Tabor strawberries ar-
Rv c. XV Wells and wtfo pnmn nn ' rived iu the Portland market this sea-
from Portland Wednesday on the Reg
ulator. Mr. Wells has been a resident
of Colorado since he left .here over a
year ago. He is now agent for a stere
optlcau company, with headquarters
at Portland. This (Friday) evening
he will give an exhibition at the U. B.
church. His lecture and illustrations
of the principal battles and naval en
gagements of the war will be highly
interesting to old soldiers and students
or history. vvnerever lie has ex mo-
i . .j . i . l .....it . r . i.
iiru, iiic yrcns uhb opun.cn wen u un
mission, 25 and lo cents. . I boxes for 25 cents."
r!,lannnme? ftoer wm ariwted Btation Agent Hen n received word
at -The Dal es last week for send ng fa Mto We(ll.,e8dav nigut that
immoral letters through the mails. the 8triiwbeI.'rie8 there were blighted
boine citizens of The Dalles think that 8ml 8(mle of lhe largeet growers con
Mr. George I. Prather of Ho,i River gi,,ered tueir f)0t wortU gather.
was the man arrested - Mr. Prather is . jn e . 6
one of our most respected citizens, was ?' '.,,'-.. ,...', , ,-, .
our poslmuHter four years and is now I .?ood RlveJ ft htthv behind some
a school director and superintendent of other parts of the state this season in
streets. . . . shipping fltst berries. One reason for
. failed to set new plants last summer,
drummer's samples of tan shoes at a lt )8 the plants that bring
big discount and will sell them the ear)y berl ies. Hood River should have
same way. They are latest styles and ei shipping berries all this week,
clean goods It will pay you well to wait in pavig quantities, while prices were
a lew uhys mi iiiciu. r. v. nusoautis
has removed his shoe shop to my store
and will repair rips iu Henderson shoes
free of charge. ' D. F. Piekcb.
Wni. Erricson of La Grande, nn old
time, railroad man, stopped here during
the week to visit his old friend W. J.
Baker. Mr, Erricson is a delegate to
.1... J T 1
ne gra mi itnige ju 'eiiows. jne
is delighted with HMid River and will
stop here again ou his return from,
One of Wm. Fossr "grandchildren, &
little son of Mrs. Lucy Haskins, living
at Shattuck. near Portland, met with
a sad mishap recently. The two little
hovs were playing with a hatchet, and
Frankie managed to cut off. three
fingers of Ids brother Data's left hand.
A special meeting of Canby Post,
G. A. R., will be held at 2 o'clock this
(Saturday) afternoon. The W. R.C
will meet, at the same hour, and at 0
o'clock the ladles will serve refresh'
men Is. All old soldiers and their fam
ilies are invited.
E. R. Allison of Trout
Lake was in
Hood River Wednesday. He reports
limes booming there. Two sawmills
are iu operation one run by Sulliuger
AKulenlturg and the other by a man
We have just received a large ship
ment of the celebrated Bradley & Met
calf shoes.. They were bought before
the advance in price, and we will sell
them at the old prices. Every pair war
ran ted. A. S. Blowers & Co.
. The family of J.' V. Markley have
been si"k a good deal lately. Two of
the hoys have just recovered from
pneumonia, and now one of the
daughters, Miss Alva, is seriously ill
with the same disease.
The : nc-w observation car will be
placed on the O. R. & N. Co's. road !
next Sunday, and excursion trains will
run every Sunday throusrh the sum
mer between Portland and The Dalles.
President Chapman of the state uni
versity will he in Hood River May 241 h
and will address the young people on
educational topics at the Congrega
tional church. All are cordially invited.
Captain Blowers has purchased the
Harrison residence property. This is
the most desirable property in H)od
River, and lhe house is one of the best
finished in Eastern Oregon. .
" The members and friends of the Con
gregational Sunday school will hold a
May-day picnic within the next two
weeks. The time and place will be de
termined next Sunday.
Sheriff Driver, was in Hood River
Wednesday summoning jurors for the
circuit, court. D. A. Turner and Chaa.
Chandler were the only victims drawn
irom iiooa Kiver.
The first forest fire of the season got
started Wednesday near the mill and
made things lively for awhile. Mill
men and others fought fire till 1 o'clock
next morning. '
We don't deal In Japs. Chinamen or
Si washes, but we can furnish you .with
good respectable white help if you
want them to pick your berries.
Prather & Coe.
Three more of those teautiful Wau
coma lols sold tills week, c When you
come to pick out your lot you will re
gret having lieen a little la'te.
Rev. J. L. Hershner will preach the
memoriul sermon on the Sunday pre
ceding Decoration day, at the Congre
R. W. Crandall came down from The
Dalles Thursday. He Is an uncle of
Hon T. R. Cooii and Is , visiting him.
Hon. T. R. Coon will leave Monday
for Butte, Montana, In the interest of
the Hood River Fruit Union.
O. B. Hartley has good, clean hav at
$12 and $14 per ton. . Will trade for
cord wood or milk cows. ? .
Hanna & Wolfard have some fine
ice. Will deliver it auy where in town.
Leave orders at store.
Grant Evans is building an addition
to his residence. Will Graham is doing
the carpenter, work. : ; ,
A good milch cow for sale; four years
old, gentle and fresh. Inquire at the
Glacier office. ; ;
We have plenty' of white help for
berry picking. Leave orders with
Prather & Coe.
Oregon strawberries were selling at
80 centra pound in Portland Thursday.
, For Sale Thoroughbred Jersey cow,
$50. . E.E. Savage.
Mrs. Wm. Davidson is dangerously
alftr with rtnpnmtila
. Miss Bess Isenberg Is teaching school
atuumer, wash, -
Mrs. W. J. Baker went to Portland
, - Strawberry Notes.
The weather for the past week has
been favorable for ripening the straw
berry crop. The crop is in fine condi
tion and everything indicates a big
yield. Picking has commenced on the
lowlands along the Columbia and in
favored spots along Hood river, and
next week the ranches throughout the
valley will be marketing ibe big red
Clarke's seedling strawberry that is
sou on May 13th.
May 27th was the date of tbe first
shipment of Hood River strawberries
last year. . . .
Frank Miller made tje first ship
ment of berries this season. He picked
half a crate May 14th, and shipped to
The Oregonion of May 15th says: "A
case of one dozeu boxes of very fine
ripe strawberries arrived from Hood
River yesterday and were retailed at
60 CiUts Der box
uooa vaiitomia utr-
tins is tuat growers on our earnest tana
Japanese will pick a good share of
the strawberry crop of Hood River this
season. They work cheaper than In
dians and tbe while labor that has
heretofore done the picking. They
are a belter class of laborers than the
Indians from the plains, and will prob
fcb , b(.tte satisfaction to growers
.h,. i,v....h 1.1- Unfif
ahd Cbine8e ,;. h to ttther .
crops, tney win soon lease land and
go into the business themselves. It
would be much better for the commu
nity if our boys and girls were given
the work of picking und packing tbe
strawberry crop, thus doing without
this foreign labor and keeping the
wages tley would earn at home. And
if tiie supply of white labor here is not
sumcient, .it ought not to tie a hard
; matter to procure all the help needed
; irom otuer places.
i ne caterpillars uave oeen natching
pout for some time. Careful fruit
growers pruned off and destroyed most
of the rings of eggs on their trees last
winter, but a few probably escaped
notice and the clusters of young cater
pillars should be crushed or burned
with a torch as soon as possible. There
are two or three methods of keeping
caterpillars from abroad from climbing
the trees. One is to take strips of cot
ton batting and place around the trees,
tying with a string about midway of
the strip. A more common method
where the work is done on a large scale
is to tie strips of strong paper, like the
P. and B. building paper, around the
trees and then smear tbe paper with
tar or printer's ink. The latter is the
best, and t he cheapest grade is the
most useful. It should not cost more
than 10 or 15 cents per pound and can
tie bought iu large quantities much
cheaper. Some people smear axle
grease directly upon the trunks of trees
but it is a bad practice. Rural North
west. . .
Services at the Congregational church
next Sunoay, conducted by the pastor.
Subject of morning service, "Destroyed
by Prosperity." A. cordial welcome to
all. - ; . "
There will be preaching in the Val
ley Congregational church tomorrow
at 11 o'clock, Sunday school at 10 and
in the evening Christian Endeavor
meeetingat 7, and preaching service
at 8 o'clock.
Rev. C. W. Wells will preach in the
U. li. church Sunday at 11 o'clock and
jn the evening his sermon will be illus
trated. Sunday school at 10 o'clock
Memorial services will be held at the
Congregational church on Sunday, the
26th lust. Rev. J.,L. Hershner will
preach an appropriate sermon on that
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 together, saith the Lord."
Congregational Church Rev. J. L. '
Hershner, pastor. Worship, with
preaching, will be conducted every
Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., un- I
less otherwise announced. Prayer
meeting and bunuay scnool conference
on . Wednesday evening. Christian
Endeavor society ou Sunday evening.
All who attend these services will be
Regular services are held at the M.
E. barracks morning and evening of
the first Sunday of each month; iu the
evening the remaining Sundays of the
month. Tbe fourth Sunday evening
occupied by T. D. Gregory. -
F. L. Johns.
Beware of Imitations of Peacock Flour,
Take none without the picture of the bird on
the sack. HANNA t WOLFARD.
Black harness oil, 35 cts a quart, at Pierce's ;
Harness and Shoe Store. i
For sash, doors, mouldings, brackets, com
bination fencing and turning, go to tbe Hood
River Box Factory.
The Hood River Box Factory Is now pre
pared to print stencils.
Ferguson & Davidson have chilled plow
points for sale.
Ferguson & Davidson have good cow pas
ture for $1.25 a month.
Seethe new spring-tooth cultivator at Fer
guson & Davidson's. It is the thing for or
chard work. Thev also havA a nice line of -
' chilled and stefcl plows and some cultivators,
which they offer at prices in keepin ; with the
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GEO. P. OROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established
House In the valley.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Flour and Feed. Etc.,
For Sale or Trade.
Aeav Wagon for sale, or will exchange
for a lighter one. , A. O. HEWSHEY,
mar23 Hood Klver. Or.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Adolf Dietricn, plaintiff,
Adella Dietrich, defendant.
To Adella Dietrich, the above-named defend
ant: In the name of the State of Oregon, You are
required to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you In the above entitled suit on
or before Monday, tbe 27th day of May, 1895.
that being the first day of the next regular
term of said Circuit Court following theex-
Eiration of the time prescribed In the order
eretofore made for the publication of said
summons; and if you fail so to nppearand
answer said complaint, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief
demanded inerein, to win tor a aecree iorever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore
and now existing between plaintiff and de
fendant, for the future care and custody of the
minor child of plaintiff and defendant, Frieda,
and lor such other relief as to the court may
seem Just and equitable.
The service of this summons Is made upon
you by publication thereof in the Hood River
Glacier, a newspaper of general circulation
published weekly In Wasco county, Oregon,
by order of Hon. W. L. Bradshaw, Judge of
sa'd court, which order was duly mnde at
chambers. In Dalles City. Oregon, on the 6th
day of April, 1895. H. H. KIDDKLL,
apl3m2o Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, April
15, 1895. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at
Oregon City, Oregon, on June 12, 18U5, viz:
H. E. No. 8501, for t he north north-east
section 2, township 2 north, range 8 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
John Eiden, Hans Wicks. H. H. Harpham
and G. L. Harpham. all of Cascade Locks,
Oregon. ROBERT A. MILLER,
To Fruit Shippers.
To those desiring to ship strawberries, and
who want boxes or any information, I will
state that 1 will be ut the warehouse of the
O egon Fruit Union every Saturday till the
s Inping season begins, and then will be there
daily. JN. C. EVANS,
a20 ; - Local Manager.
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GEO. T. PRATHER,
Notary Pal ai lis. Agent.
I represent five of the best Insurance com
panies. Collections made and real estate handled on
Office In Prather Block, Oak St.,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON. .
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES AND MARE,
Pruning Took, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
THE. BIGGEST BOOT IN THE WORLD
ThAOl MAHK COPYRlGflTbr
A Soft Snap.
Two Ten-Acre Tracts, accessible to the new
school house, also one-quarter mile of Frank
ton school house. Choice of ten acres, $26 per
acre; twenty acres for IM00. Land adjoining
has sold for 8100 per acre. - Also, 1P0 acres In
Winans section, choice timber; price ($60. Ap
ply at this office- . mar23
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
:deof Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
10 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
Five acres of good land x, miles west of
iown. Inquire of
Light Spring Wagcn
For sale or trade. Inquire of
W. A. SLI NGERL AND.
aptS Hood River, Or.
I have for sale a seven-year old mare; will
weieh from 1200 to 1300 pounds.
ap27 GEO. T. PRATHER. ,
I have a No. 5 hydraulic ram that I will dis
pose of cheap for cash or trade.
E. 1). CALKINS,
i apl3 . , Hood River, Or.
To trade a Wind Mill, hie 6-inch Irrigating
Pump and Tank a compu te outfit for lrri
g itinar will trade for work. Apply to
ap27 M. A. COOK, Hood Rtver.
Horses for Sale or Trade
Three head of Horses for sale or tral
L'liid, cteared or uncleared, preferred Fil' een
ayo or' best land in the vnllev. well Im
proved, for sale. . F. C BHOsH'S.
niuriti Hood River, Or,
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
One way....... . $1 5
Round trip!.. 2 59
Freight Rates Greatly
. W. C. ALLAWAY,
- General Agent.
E. MCNEILL, Reeeiver.
Gives the choice of
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
ern Cities. -
. EAST BOUND FROM HOO! UVK
No. US, Freight leaves at ' 11.15. A.l
No. 2. Mall ' JO.Wi 1'. it
WEST BOUND FROM HOOD KIVRR.
No 27 , 1-oeul, loaves at Xl'j P. M
No. 1, Mail . , , " ; 4.J2 A. M
Leave Portland every flvo ilayts for
For full details call on O. It. & N. Agent,
Hood River, or address '
, W. H. HUKLliUHT.
, Gen'l Pass. Aipwt,
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