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3food liver Slacier.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1896.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
. loek A. M,- Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
fart 'le srjte days at noon.
For Chen ret h, leaves at 8 A. M.; arrives at
P. M. (Saturdays.
For White Halraon leaves daily at 1 P. M.j
arrives at A o'clock P. M.
Prom White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Gtlenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Canbv Post, No. 18, O. A. R., meets at Odd
fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
t 2 o'clock p. m. All U. A. R. members in
vited to attend.
O. J. Hayes, Commander.
A. S. Blowjces. Adjutant.
Waoeoma Lodge, Na 80, It. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
J. A.SOKSBB, C. C.
Geo. T. Pkather, K. of K. & 8.
Riverside' Lodge, No. 08, A O. XT. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
W. J. SMITH, M. W.
' J. K. Watt, Financier. ,
. H. L. Howk, Recoider. , ,
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
"Write it 86.
F. I. Hubbard, photographer, Hood
311 ver, Oregon.
. John H. Crndlebaugh of The Dalles
was in town Saturday. ,
Lou Morse is authorized agen t for all
. newspapers and periodicals. .
C. Ij. Gilbert of The Dalles vis
ited Hood River during the week.
The Resrulator made her last trip
Tuesday tor a tnontti or six weens.
ltolled wheat., the best or liorse reen,
enn how he had at the box fantory.
Read all the new ads. They con
lain something of interest to everyone.
Wm. Luckey and wife of Portland
visited Mr. Luekey's .relatives' here
during the holidays.
Saturday and Moridnv of eaeh week
will he our srrinding days throuirhoiit
the fall and winter. Harbison Bros.
. Mr. S. J. LaFranoe oame home from
Portland for the holidays and expects
to remain here for a couple of months.
Miss Mary Frazler, n teacher in the
. Portland schools, is spending the holi
days with her parents at Hood River.
- J. H. Lent!! of Hood River was in
The Dalles, Saturday last, receiving
' medical treatment, says the Mount
Several of the families on Phelps'
oreek have been suffering with bad
voids. Earl Eastman and his son Al
fred were confined to the house a week
Our war poet broke loose last week
. In earnest. He threatens to send in
' more of the same sort, if J. Bull does
not show a disposition to arbitrate,
which he will likely do if he readi our
The Glacier is In receipt of two
copies of C. I. Hood & Co's handsome
calendars, tor which they have our
thanks. Send six cents in stamps to
). I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass , and
We can furnish the St. Louis Re
public willi the Glacier to paid up
f uliscribers for $2.50 a year. The Re
. public is one of the great papers of the
country. In fact there is no papersur-.
passes it. in general Information.
Frank McFarland and wife returned
from an extended trip East, arriving
t. Hood River the dav before Christ
mas. They have since been visiting
lWrs. McFarland's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Potter.
Will Yates now wears a black eye.
He undertook loeut the klndlintr, the
other day, and a knot flew up and hit
liim in the eyet A man generally gets
Into trouble when he undertakes work
that belongs to his better half.
The O. R. & N. commenced, Mon
day, to cut ice at Perry, in the Blue
mountains, where it is said to be eleven
' Inches thick and clear as crystal. Some
4,000 tons will be stored in the com
pany's ice houses along the road.
Mr. C. Welds made final proof on
his homestead, Monday, before the
register and receiver at The Dalles.
His witnesses were Wm. Buskirk and
T. H. Emerson. The total cost of
making proof, Mr. Wells says,wasonly
Ktt.80 at the land offlee. v
Notice our fancy new graham sacks.
We will use these' henceforth and they
will always he filled with the choices't.
produef. Examine the brand and see
that you aret our "Whole Wheat Gra
ham." Beware of inferior stuff.
. Mr. E. D. Calkins was around last
week delivering the Christmas num
lier of the Horse Review. The Christ -,
inns number is a beauty. It is hound
. In ft handsome cover aiid contains one
hundred pages of interesting reading
The ring advertised in . last week's
Glacier was found by Miss Eliza
Stevens and is the property of Mr.
Louis Clark, who lost it while coasting.
Mr. Clark, who is now in Portland,
wrote to tlie editor describing the ring,
and it will be kept' for him until hisre
. turn. ' - . '
Persons who are buying second-class
fruit trees from abroad can get. the
same kinds of trees of Tillett for less
money.. He has 2,000 second class
trees, two to three feet high, well root
ed Yakima, Snitzenbnrsr, Ben Davis,
Gano, King, Red Russian, Delaware
Red and Jonathan which he will sell
for $25 per thousand. Or, if you wish
first class trees at regular rates, he can
Many merchants are well aware that
their customers are their bet friends
nd take pleasure in supplying them
with the best goods obtainable. As an
instance, we mention Perry & Cam
eron, prominent driiL'irists of Flushing,
Mich. They say, "We have' no hesita
tion in recommending Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy to our customers, as it
Is the best cough medicine we have
ever sold, and always gives satisfac
tion." For sale at 50 cts a bottle by
Williams & Broslus, druggists.
Prof. Howard C. Tripp, the "Iowa
Temperance Cyclone," aroused great
enthusiasm at his lectures in Trout
dale. He was invited by a saloon
' keeper to lecture In his saloon and nc
cepted the invitation. Here he had a
chance to talk to the habitues of the sa
loon and got in his work on the old
onks in good shape. A three-column
urticle, with a portrait of the professor,
suid nceomoanied bv some of his noet
ry, appears in the Trputdale Champion
f last week.
The Columbia pad calendar for 1896
has made its appearance. Handy and
convenient as it has been heretofore,
the new issue certainly surpasses any
of its predecessors. The cycling fra
ternity, to say nothing of the general
f)ubiiti, has acquired a decidedly friend
y feeling for the Columbia calendar,
and its annual advent is looked for
ward to with interest and pleasure.
The new calendar contains a much
better arrangement than in previous
years, more space having been allowed
for memoranda, while a greater charm
hus been added by liberal illustration
and a unique and convenient grouping
of dates. The calendar can be ob
tained for rive 2-cent stamps by address
ing the calendar department of the
Pope Mfg. Co., Hartford, Conn.
Mrs. Heald, Hood River's accom
plished musician, whose piano playing
is much admired in The Dalles, has de
cided to leave for the East. The citi
zens of Hood River wished to give her
a farewell benefit, but owning to the
early date of her departure, Mrs. Heald
was compelled to decline the offer.
The offer of the testimonial was signed
by a large number of Hood River's
best citizens, and is highly compli
mentary to Mrs. Heald's personal audi
musical accomplishments, the people
of The Dalles who have listened to this
lad v's playing will join with the citi
zensofHood River iu regretUug her
The annual meeting of the Congre
gational church was held last Tuesday.
The following officers were elected:
Deacons, J. F. McCoy and J.H. Dukes,
for unlimited periods; trustees, J. F.
McCoy, J. H. Dukes and J. F. Armor;
clerk, George T. Prather; treasurer, J.
F. Armor; Sunday school superintend
ent, Mrs. Rose McCoy; assistant, H. C.
Bateham; secretary and treasurer for
the Sunday school, George T. Prather;
librarian, Roy Slocum; chorister, Dr.
Brosius; assistant, H. C. Bateham; or
ganist, Miss Fay LaFrance; lesson il
lustrator, Prof. H. L. Howe.
Mr. H. Pugh came to Hood River
two or three years ago for bis health,
and is pretty well satisfied that our
climate agrees with him. Although
Hearing the three score and ten mark,
his health is better than it has been for
years. He has a very desirable home
here and has spared no expense to
make it comfortable for his family.
His wife, we are sorry to learn, has not
been in the best of health of late. .
Here is ftlll another proof that ad
vertising jays: Joe Purser came into
the Glaciek office Thursday of last
week and Inserted an ad for a stray
heifer he had been inquiring about of
every farmer whom he met since the
first snow storm. On his way home
from our office he met a farmer who
told him of the whereabouts of bis long
lost heifer, It pays to advertise.
A hen belonging to Mrs. C. J. Hunt
stole her nest away under the house
and about two weeks ago brought out
a dozen chicks. The hen and her
brood were given to little Dot Watt,
and although the weather has been
anything but favorable , for young
chickens, they are alive and doing
The Bartmess boys have a miniature
steam engine at work in a show win
dow in their father's store. The en
gine is said to be 5,000-flea power,
which ought to be quite powerful, con
sidering that one lone wicked flea has
often been known to turn a grown per
son out of bed.
. A stock of shoes that will invoice
over $600, I will sell for $500, or will
sell a pair at less than first cost, and
several pairs still cheaper. Will sell for
considerably less than my closing out
prices of the past two months. Sale
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The steamer Regulator was drawn
off t lie route bet ween Portland and the
Cascades January 1st. Oil the 2d the
railroad company raised the price of
freight on apples from Hood River to
Portland from 10 cents a box to the old
rates of 17 cents.
Mr. A. B. Jones' . new ice bouse is
rearing completion, but the prospects
for filling it with ice made here con
tinue unfavorable. Mr. Jones says if
we have none tiere to put up he will
ship it in from the Blue mountains.
John Hakel found a wild cat in his
chicken pen one morning iast week.
It ran at. his approach and climbed a
big fir tree, where he shot It. The an
imal lodged in the tree and it was
some time before he recovered bis
A wood bee was held at the residence
of Mrs. Charles Berger last Saturday.
Eight or nine of the neighbors attend
ed and cut and hauled a good lot of
wood. Mrs. Berger is living on Fred
Doniker's place. ,
D. F. Pierce is slaughtering prices In
disposing of ins stuuK of shoes. He is
preparing to leave some time during
the present mouth for bis future home
The name of J. J. Luckey will lie
presented to the county commissioners
at their meeting next week for road
supervisor in the district west of town.
Dr. Cams, S. E. Bartmess, Earl Bart
mess, Meigs Bartmess and Grant Evans
were seen on the streets on their wheels
the first day of the year.
Mrs. Mattie Williams of Portland,
who has been visiting her brother in
Klickitat, is now visiting relatives and
friends in Hood River.
The pile driver moved to Albina
Thursday. ' Mr. Eddings, L. E. Morse,
M. F. Sloper, Tom Lacy and John
Buck went with it...
T. O. Dallas Is engaged In manufac
turing tin eaves troughs and spouting
for the residence of H. Pugh and
others. ,."."'' ' .
Mrs. Alma HoWe left, Monday for
Portland, where she will undergo sur
gical treatment for her injured ankle.
Mrs. W. J. Baker went to The Dalles
last evening on a visit to friends. Her
health is much improved of late.
Rev. J. L. Hershner moved into the
new and commodious Congregational
parsonage on Thursday.
West Bros.' meat market presented a
fine display of meats New Year's day.
Miss Ethel Smith, who has been sick
for the past few days, is improving.
Lessons in Music.
Mrs. Billings, teacher of Piano Music and
Harmony, cim be seen at Mrs. M. Sue Adams'
residence, Paradise Farm.
Winter Prices for Milk.
From and after Jan. 1, 1800, the price of
millt will be 7t cents per quart: 15 quart milk
tinketo for 1. Pint .tickets at the rut of 10
rents per quart f. H. BUTTON-
We take special care to All prescrip
tions correctly and promptly and know
that our drugs are absolutely pure. We
take no chanees on this latter point,
and you . can't afford to take any
chances In the tilling of your prescrip
tions. The best pharmacist Is the one
you want to patronize, we want you
Williams & Brosiub,
The weather for the past month bas
been disagreeable. We nave iiaa rain
and snow, and mud and slush, and
freezing weather and chinook winds
alternately, tmt no reaiiycoia weatuer.
And when we read of the cold waves,
high winds and floods in the East, we
congratulate ourselves that we live west
of the Rockv Mountains, where neither
i Jack Frost, old Boreas nor Jupiter Plu-
vius run things to extremes.
Phelps Creek Jiotes
As Mi's. Berger la left here alone
with several small children, some of
the young folks conceived the idea of
giving a wood bee for her benefit. So
I John and Frank Rogers started out
and soon got a few of the boys together,
and on December 38th the bee was
held. Mr. Galligau and Mr. Castner
furnished the trees. The boys cut
and hauled up about nine cords of
wood. Mr. J. W. Connell generously
contributed two boxes of choice apples
and someapare ribs, which were deliv
ered by Mr. Charles Wallace, who then
hauled up the wood. Mrs. Berger
gave the boys a fine dinner and let
them have a party in the evening,
Those present at the chopping bee
were: John Rogers, Frank Rogers,
Fred Rordau, John Castner, Hubert
Galligan, Frank Pierce and Arthur
Pierce. , .
In the evening the boys got their
best girls for the party and were re-in-
forced by others, 29 in all. Those at
tending the party were: Mrs. Berger,
Misses Lula Rordan, Ada Rogers, Eliza
Rogers, Bertha Berger, Anna Berger,
Alice Berger, Ruth Berger, Cora Fuller,
Daisy Fuller, Amy Rogers, and Messrs.
Fred Rordan, George Rordau, John
Rogers, Antone Frohn, William Ellis,
Roy Ellis, Alfred Eastman, Frank
Rogers, Charles Rogers, John Castner,
Fred Berger, George Berger, Frank
Berger, Frank Pierce, Arch Pierce,
Charles Tubbs, J2d Birth and Elton
Hayden. All enjoyed themselves thor
from Mount Hood.
Editor Glacier: Perhaps a" few
items from this place would not come
amiss. So here goes, let it be good,.
bad or indifferent.
A good old-fashioned chinook is rap
idly taking the snow off, which reached
a depth of 18 Inches.
Everybody's larder, seemingly, is
well filled and all are content to take
the winter let It tie what it will.
Christmas passed off with the cus
tomary dance. The girls' Snow-shoe
strings were cut, evidently by some old
bacli who got the mitten, and the girls
were left to trudge home iu tbe snow.
"Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord,
audi will repay;" but the old man
wanted his own way of administering
punishment. ' .
Mr. H. Edick of Red Lodge, Mon
tana, is visiting relatives here.
Mr. N. J. Devoe, a retired shoe mer
chant of Portland, who has located on
a homestead here, went to the metrop
olis to spend the holidays.
The bo of this place are to be com
plimented on the way they kept the
roads open during tbe recent snow
Walter Gribble arrived from Mon
tana, a short time ago, to spend tbe
winter with relatives here.
There is to be a dance at the bachelor
residence ef Paul Aubert- on New
Year's ve. Reporter.
'. V Church Notices. '"
Rev. J. L. Hershner Will preach at
the Congregational chuVeh next Sun
day nioruiugatid evening.. The Lord's
Supper will lie observed at the morn
ing service. ,'
M. E. services i,n Hood River every
Sabbath evening; and in the mornings
of the Hifit and third Sabbaths of each
month; at Misier on the mornings pf
tbe second and fourth. ,
J. M. Denison, Pastor.
Belmont Cltx-uit Appointments.
First. Sunday of each mouth at Mount
Hood; second Sunday, Belmont at 11,
Crupper scIkmiI house at 3, and Pine
Grove at 7: third Sunday, Pine Grove
at. 11 and Belmont at 7; fourth Sunday,
Belmont at 11 and Pine Grove at 7.
F. L. Johns, Pastor.
U. B. church Sunday. Jan. 5th
Sunday school at 10 a, m.; preaching
at ) 1 a. m.; Junior Endeavor at 3 p.m.;
preachingat 7:30. v
F. C. Krause, Pastor.
There will be Sunday school at the
M. E. tabernacle at 10 o'clock, the
usual hour. A welcome to all. Supt.
Congregational Church Rev. J. L.
Hershner," pastor. Worship, with
reaching, will be conducted every
unday, at 11 a. tn. and 7.30 p. m., un
less otherwise announced. Prayer
meeting and Sunday school conference
on Wednesday evening. Christian
Endeavor -society on Sunday evening.
All who attend these services will be
. All the best variety of Apples. Including Yakima, Gano Arkansas Black, etc.. anil all
other kinds of nursery stock kept constantly on hand. Prices will be made satisfactory. Buy
your trees at Jtue home nursery and save expense and damace. We are here to stay.
H. C BATEHAM, Columbia Nursery.
Has again made his headquarters with M. :
NICK1.LSEN. He has the
Ever brought to Hood River. To be sold at
Free Trade Prices.
Instantly relieved and permanently
Without knife or operation.
Treatment AlisoMely Painless.
Cttre effected In from three to six weeks.
Write for terms.
THE E. 0. MILLER CO.,
Offices: Rooms 706-707 Marquam Building,
.. . . ,
PORTLAND, - OREGON,
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established
.House inline vauey.j
Dry ' Goods, Clothing,
' AND .' '
: Flour and Feed. Etc.,
HOOD RIVER, - - - OREGON.
WM. TILLETT, Proprietor.
Grower and dealer in choice Nursery stock.
tie nas tne oniy buick oi tne ,
The best of red apples, and as long a keeper as
nie i enow flcwmwiii
I have about 20,000 apple trees of the best va
rieties growing in my nursery. All standard
varieties are graiwa irom me uesi siock in
Hood River. . Jel5.
For Sale at Belmont.
The Ketchnm Dlace. by E. C. Rosrers. Also.
E. U. Rogers' place, cheap for cash, or one
half down and balance on easy terms. d!3
Wagon for Sale.
A good second-hand wagon for sale or trade.
Apply to ' E. D. CALKINS,
nio Hooa itiver, or.
t will be ready for repairing and oiling har
ness after January 1st. Farm products will
be taken in trade. E. D. CALKINS.
Here's Your Chance I
The best improved 74-acre Farm in Clarke
county, Wash., only 1ft miles from Portland,
3 miles from Boat Landing, to trade for im
proved land in Hood River valley; an apple
ranch preferred. For further particulars ad
dress the uudersigned, or call at the Glacier
office. L. MINTENER.
a-M Pioneer, Wash.
Fruit Farm for Sale.
I- will sell my place. 2 miles from the town
of Hood River, near a graded school, contain
ing 40 acres, good house and barn, strong
spring, wind mill, acres in orchard, yt
acre in strawberries, all fenced, including
stock and farm 1 mplements, for $1800.
nl FRED HOWE, Hood River.
I will lease on lavorable terms one of the
best and very earliest tracts of Strawberry
land in this section. Five acres or more in
tine condition for planting this fall. For full
larucuiars can on or aaaress me at wnite
lalmon, Wash. o!8 A. H. JEWETT.
Ladies needing n competent nurse, on rea-
sonaoie terms, apply 10
RS. E. B. FULTON,
Hood River, Oregon.
Horses for Sale or Trade
Four head of Horses; one 6-:ear old mare,
one 4-year-old gelding, and two coming 3
J rear-old colts sired by "Midnight;" dams be
ong to F. II. Button. F. C. BROSIUS.
THIS PAPER & c?PDa0kne-sfl,Aai
vertlsing Agency, 64 and H5 Merchant's Ex
change, San Francisco, where contracts for
advertising can be made for it.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. 19,
18S)5.Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on January 4, 195, viz:
JOHN F. DODSONl
Hd. K. No. 4266, for the north northwest H,
southwest northwest and northwest
northeast bi section 84, township 2 north,
range 10 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
Clarence Knapp, Charles Murphy, Peter
Odell and John Lenz, all of Hood River, Or.
nlJd27 JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
Taken up, Dec. 2t, 18H5, a small, mouse-colored
mule, shod in front. No brands. Owner
will cone and pay charges and take him
away. d27 F. H. BUTTON.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
' - DEALERS IN
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
THE BIGGEST BQ0T IN THE WORLD
UUA MAnn UJrrHun FfcT
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TIM,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
Mt Kail for Sale tan.
Situated iM miles west of the town of Hood
River.on theColumbia. Freefrom latefrosts.
r un crop oi an Kinds or rruit now on rancb.
Fine irrigating facilities and water for that
purpose belonging to place. Call at Glacier
office or at ranch. F. R. ABSTEN.
J. H. CRADLEBAUGH,
(Special attention given to Land Office prac-
Rooms 44-45 Chapman Block,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T. CARNS is now located In Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office in the Langille
House. , . , jyli)
C. J. HAYES, SURVEYOR.
All work given him will be done cor
rectly and promptly. He has a few
good claims upon which he can locate
parties; ooin farming anu umoer lanus.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
810 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
G. T. Pkathkh,
H. C. Cok.
PRATHER & COE,
Real Estate and Insurance
93 Oak St., bet 2d and 3d.
. j unto it ivrviv o nuu avi cnc iu iriJ?
town of Hood River; also, fruit, hay and Derry
farms and timber claims in the mostt desira
ble locations in the valley. If you have any
thing in the real estate line to sell or rent, or
if you want to buy, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
We will also attend to legal business in Jus
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Through Freight and
Daily Det. Dalles aifl Portlaii
Ail Freight Will Come Through
One way..! '. ..$l r0
Round trip 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
W. C. ALL AW AY,
t General Agent.
THE DALLES, . . OREGON
E. McNEILL, Receiver. ;
To tl-e East,
Gives the choice of
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Low Rates to All East
Leave Portland every Ave days for
For full details call on O. R. & N. Agent,
Hood River, or addrcsc
' W. II. HURLBITIIT,
, : Gcn'l Pass. Acent,
: Portland, Or.
COPVRIQHTS. Mr -i
xuriDTormaxionanarree HanaoooK write to
MUNN & CO., 861 Broadway. New York.
Oldest bureau for securing patents In Amerlcn.
Every patent taken out by us in brought boforo
the publlo by a notice given free of charge lu the
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blisuers, 361 Broadway, Mew York City.
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
Chamberlain's Eye and Sltin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter,' hiilt
niionin, issM Head, More Ripples, C'hii wd
I rands, Itching- Tiles, !iirns, J'Vot IJisea,
Chronic Sore Kyestmd Granulated Ke Lids.
For sale by druggists at 25 cento per box.
TO HOBSBOWmSE!?.!--: ..':.' '
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try JJr. Cadv' Condition 1'oivders.
They tone up the syutem, aid digestion, cure
Ionj of appetite, relieve constipati n, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
.iew li e to an old or over-worked horse. 25
xvtn per p icUiipe. For side by di iipgiists.
For sale by Williums & IJiotiiup.