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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1903)
FRANK A. CRAM,
Always Up to Date.
Our line of Ladies, Misses
and Children'sgannents is now
complete. The styles speak
for themselves. THE PIUCES
ARE FULLY ONE-THIRD
UNDER PORTLAND PRICES.
We begin at f 2.95 in Ladies'
Jackets and run to $28.75.
In children s we eommence at
50c to 9.50.
Ladies' Capes, a beautiful
variety, ranging from 95c to
$18.50. OUR DAILY GAR
MENT SALES indicate how
much our constantly increas
ing customers appreciate our
beautiful selections and low
Our line embraces every
thing new and stylish, and
,we show our 200 styles from
$2.90 for an all-wool skirt
up to the most beautiful silk
Peau-de-Soie's. Careful at
tention given the FITTING
of each garment, and NONE
leave the store who are not
satisfied with fitting in ev
ery wa v. Just received.
New Rain Ooats.
Your, truly, FRANK A. CRAM.
J I " i
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, CliiriiKO Hpeclnl, 11:50 a. m.
No. 4, Mpnkan Flyer, H:'i7 p. in.
No. 8, Mull and Express, UOMfi p. in.
No. '24, Way freight,, 8:45 p. in.
No. '2:1. Fust Freight, 3:4o a. in.
No, 1, Portland Hpeelal, 2:05 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:07 a. in.
No. fi, Mall and Express, 7:40 a. m.
No. 2.1, Way Fn-iKht, K:4i a. m.
No. ill, Fast Freight, 11:30 p. in.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Rambler Bicycles at Knapp's.
Mowers and rakes at Savage's.
Notary Public done by Barnes. "
McCormack mowers and rakes at Sav
Fur bargains in watches and jewelry,
go to C. II. Temple. 1 -
We can fill your orders for chicken at
the Central Market.
Use Williams' anti-septie hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
You can get highest market price for
your eggs at Central Market. - '
Copies of the Glacier can be found on
sale at Slocom's book store.
Barnes, the real estate man, has a
competent stenographer in his office.
We carry a full line of groceries, flour
and feed. Bone & McDonald.
We are paying caeh for vegetables and
fruit at the Central market.
Barnes collects rent.pays taxes, draws
up transfer papers and writes insurance.
Don't pay rent. See Barnes, the real
estate man and have a home of your
When in need of fine work in watch
repairing and jewelry, seo Temple, the
If your eye sight fails and you have
pains and headaches, see 11. Tem
ple, the occulist.
Barnes, the real estate man, has for
onl.. nno of i Up twst stuck ranches in
Sherman county. . .
For spring wagons, buggies, harrows,
cultivators, pumps,, etc., go to McDon
ald & Henrich.
Bone & McDonald w ill deliver powder
on Saturday of each week. Place your
order with them.
" For 30 days, the, W. R. Cole residence,
lot 100x 100. A good buy for l,f00.
Prather Investment Co. . '
This is the season when you have to
buy a mower can't bo put off so go to
Savage's and they'll do the rest.
It ..t 1 t ' r.. tintut lrttwl
homesteads, tall on Ueorgo T. Prather,
"IT S. Comniiesioner, district of Oregon.
I now have a very .complete lino of
watches, clocks, watch chains, fobs, etc.
Carke, the jeweler, opposite . the i jfost
office.' " ' ' ' ' ' '
Pure Lard. We are selling our pure
kettle-rendered lard as cheap as you can
buy any other brand of lard in town.
We manufacture our own lard; it is
made from pure hog fat and is not
steamed as most of the lard put up by
large packing houses. We have all the
modern contrivances for putting up first
class lard and will guarantee every
bucket. Five pound buckets, 75c; 10s,
$1.45. MAYES BROS.
Millicery. Ladies, you will find me
ready for business at my store, one door
south of Abbott's grocery. I carry a
full line of dress and street hats, also a
good assortment of veilings and velvets
at reasonable prices. Tailored hats a
specialty. Mme. Abbott.
Go to Stuart's, the first class confec
tioner, for fresh oysters.daily. Bread,
doughnuts, cold boiled ham, crabs, Fri
day and Saturday. Orders taken for lun
ches,salads of all kinds, wedding cakes
and cut flowers.
I have just received a complete line of
cut glass-sterling novelties,Rogers Rros.
1847 plated ware, and a choice lot of
white metal table ware. Ask to see
them at Clarke the jeweler's opposite
the post office.
A Snap. For the next three weeks I
can locate you on a fine piece of wheat
land, ready for the plow; can plow ev
ery foot of it. See mee at once.
T. D. Tweedy.
Wanted. To trade good saddle pony,
gentle and well gaited, for equal value
in hay. Geo. D. Culbertson & Co.
Two hundred to $5,000 to loan on real
estate. If your security is good your
money is ready. Prather Investment Co.
All watch, clock and jewelry work
guaranteed. Clarke, the jeweler, oppo
site the post office.
Ask to see. my new line of rings.
Clarke, the jeweler, opposite the post
Carrier's, formerly Hazlewood ice
cream parlors, for oysters.
Oysters! raw, stewed, fried, roast,
cocktail, at Carrier's.
Oysters! alwaysfresh! always ready!
Fruit paper, 3,000 pounds at Coe &
. Racine feet at Coe & Son.
' Mrs. W. II. Bishop came over from
Warm Bprings, Tuesday, and went to
Portland on a business trip. She Will
return Friday or Saturday, and go to
Warm Springs next Tuesday.
Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip.
The gymnasium will not be open until
further notice. All who have books
from the library are requested to send
or bring them in. The tine of two cents
per day for overtime will be enforced
utter this week.
S J. Frank, a well known saddle and
harness maker of The Dalles, has pur
chased the harness business of J. G.
Wagner. Mr. Frank will give Hood
River good service, and there will be
no further need of going away from
home for harness or any goods in his
line. Mr. Wagner will leave with his
family about November 1.
Claude Copple and wife returned Sun
day morning from Portland, and went
out to visit for awhile with Mr. Copple's
parents on the East Side. Claude was
grateful to escape from the hospital,
having been confined there for five
weeks. His friends everybody in Hood
River who knows him are glad his
health is rapidly returning.
Hon. E. L. Smith, at the instance of
Professor E. R. Lake of the Oregon Ag
ricultural college, forwarded laBt weelt
samples of Hood River apples to the
professor of horticulture at New Hamp
shire university at Durham, N. II. Mr.
Smith sent 18 varieties of three apples
each, and prepaid the express, amount
ing to $3.10.
Mrs. D. B. Learning and daughter
Myrtle came up from Portland Tuesday
and went out to their farm in the Crap
per district. Mr. Learning has sold his
restaurant near the Union depot in
Portland and has moved to the East
Side, where he will engage in the groc
J. R. Ewing, a leading dealer in books
and stationery in the Y. M. C. A. build
ing, Portland, and an old-time friend of
the Glacier man and family, was a visi
tor in Hood River during the week.
P. F. Bradford is building a large ad
dition to and otherwise improving the
house on the ten-acre tract which he
recently purchased from M. LaufTon
berger. Flint will have a neat, comfort
able home when it U completed.
Hugh Gourlay, the insurance man,
was in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs.
Gourlay put in the summer at the sea
coast and recently returned to their
home at The Dalles.
M. E. Welch, Hood River's veterina
ry surgeon, was called to The Dalles,
Monday, to doctor a horse belonging, to
ex-Treasurer C. L. Phillips, which was
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Phelps went to
Vancouver by boat Monday. Burney is
having a lay off from work until his
hand gets well and thinks he can afford
to go visiting.
Mrs. Mary I Harbison, who has
been visiting her sou, J. S. Harbison
and family, at Albany, Or., came up on
the noon train Sunday.
Charles E. Warrens, the insurance
man, was in town the first of the week
and went out to see his ranch. He found
it in good shape.
We made it a
point to exet
all our former
efforts in the
way of prepar
did it. Nu
merous visitors to
our store from out
side cities compli
mented us in the
highest manner on
our display, and es-IKM-lally
on the rea
We promised a good
GET IN THE HABIT OF
I-i V A If I 1 JL
denl. mid we ful
Teach Your child to use
a tooth brush regularly. It will nave
lU'iitM'R bills unit the fluid's twth.
A fine line of brushes 5e to 25e
Tooth powder, tooth psifte and
tooth wlin 10 ami 25c
Hard -polished toothpicks, pkg .5e
wouldn't Micve It if we should toll
on the number of handkerchiefs we
" h'II in a vear but williee to say a hun
dred dozen of !auliful design in cot
ton, cambric, Swiss.linen and silk, just
in. A great many folks are ued to
our god handkerchief vulnes; all oth
ers we in vile to lieoome so.
2 cents to 3i.uui
131st SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
LADIES' SHOE STRING BELTS You know how
stylish and chic they are in black, white, and black and while ef
fects. They're always sold for 25V, hut yours on Saturday for
We are making
the- same earn
tions to take
care of your
Fancy Goods, Hue
Silverware and nov
elties that you have
never seen before are
much larger than
ever. As for our Toy
Store, we do not
overlook the chil
dren by any means,
and we will show
them a fairy land
such as they never
Whisk broom 15, 20 and 40c
Clothes brush 15, 25 and 85c
Hair brushes, fine vahies,25, 35 and 50c
Drewtinir ooinlw 10, 15 and 20c
Celluloid hand mirrors 35c
Sloiviiig brushes, good ones ....... 15c
Williams' shaving snap 08c
Shaving mints 15 and 20c
Star 8.ifetyrzors $2.00
Spectacles The very best
grade of nlekled frames, piano con
vex lenses, jul as good as the stylish
eye dortor will charge you $5 a pair for.
We'll fit your eyea and guarantee Iheni
to give satisfaction.
40c pair, with case.
It's Such a Task to get
started to writing letters. It wou't
be with you If you have a box of our
satin finish paper and envelopes; pret
ty iioxcs, nne grade or paper, witn
blotter, wortn sc
Special price, 15c box.
Military form has been
the fad for Indies, and it is here to stay.
It is natural, sensible, becoming and
healthful; so much better to walk with
head up and shoulders bark than stoop
ed over. The Venus hoe-iipporters
are tjreal alii to correct form.
Satin, all colors 35c
A DEPARTMENT STORE IN MINIATURE,
The Little Store with Little Prices
Mr. and Mr. Leasure of Mount Hood
were in town Friday and Saturday.
While here they visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Van Blaracom. Mr. Leas
ure had met Mrs. Van Blaracom a few
davs before and learned that she was an
old acquaintance of his father's family
back in Minnesota. In fact, he had
been raised with -the Van Blaracoms.
Mrs. Van Blaracom was rejoiced to
meet with some one she had known at
her old home, and, overcome with recol
lections of the long ago, had a good cry
ing spell. Bhe said she had spanked
Hubert many a time, as he often de
served it. The Van Blaracoms left
Minnesota in 1804, and in all this .time
Mrs. Van Blaracom had not meta single
acquaintance from her old home until
she met Mr. Leasure.
"Did you ever see Yellow Newtowns
as big as these before?" was Captain
Shaw's greeting to visitors as they en
tered the real estate office of Geo. D.
Culbertson & Co., last Monday. On
display there were some monster Gloria
Mundi apples golden-colored two
pounders. An apple box wasn't large
enough for 33 of them. They were Hood
River apples, of course, and were grown
by August Paasch of the East Side.
Culbertson and Shaw carefully wrapped
and packed the apples, and forwarded
them to Chicago, where they will be
exhibited at the office of the Hoodltiver
Fruit Lands company, 99 Dearborn
street. There was also a box of hand-1
some, highly colored 3-tier Northern Spy
It. M. Hall, publicity promoter of the
O. R. & N., accompanied by Mrs. Hall,
was in Hood River last Saturday. Mr.
Smith showed them his Beulah I And or
chards, which Mr. Hall said contained
the largest lot of fine apples he ever saw.
Some particularly good -'photographs
were secured, among them a seven-year-old
Baldwin with 13 boxes of apples just
gathered from the tree displayed be
neath it. Professor E. R. Lake, of the
chair of horticulture at the Oregon
Agricultural college, Corvallis, also se
cured some pictures of Mr. Smith's or
chard. The professor thinks Mr. Smith's
new apple house is one of the best in
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hinrichs returned
on Saturday from their trip to Europe.
They were gone just three months to
the very hour. Their trip was pleasant
throughout. They traveled through
Germany, Belgium and Holland, anil
found that the old country is not much
behind the United Ktates in the way of
improvements. Cities they knew 40
years ago have increased wonderfully
in population and have beautified their
parks and public places. They found
no good apples in Europe except what
came from the United States. Five-tier
American apples were selling at from
10 to 15 cents a pound.
The friends of Mr. Whitford, who left
here a short time ago for Nowatka, In
dian territory, will be surprised and
pained to learn of his sudden death
from heart failure in Arkansas. The
news came to 8. E. Bartruefs, yester
day, by letter from his sister, Mrs. Dr.
Strother, who accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Whitford on their trip East. While
here Mr. Whitford purchased the Van
Johnson place and afterwards sold it to
William A, Offield, an uncle of Rob
ert Leasure of Mount Hood, has gone
into the mountains above the Mount
Hood settlement to spend the winter
trapping. Robert Leasure hauled him
ana his camp outfit to the mountains
and helped him build his cabins and
make things comfortable for a long
siege of winter. Mr. Oftleld is 64 vears
old and an Indian war veteran.
J. VV. Jenkins writes from Athena
that he likes his new field of labor very
much. For a while he found it difficult
to secure a house.but is now comfortably
suited. Last Sunday a week ago, his
church voted to proceed at once to
build a parsonage to cost $1,200 or $1,500.
Rev. Jenkins' many friends in Hood
River are glad to know everything is
moving nicely with him.
Mrs. W. W. Treat went to Portland
Monday, where she will take up her
abode at the Patton home. Hhe was in
Portland last week and made all ar
rangements to enter the home. There
are now about twelve inmate of the
home, and all seemed comfortably situ
ated and are pleased with the accommo
dations provided. They pay each $14 a
month for board and room.
Lyman Smith met with an accident
last Saturday. He was plowing, when
the plow struck a root. Something
about the harness gave way and Mr.
Smith was thrown across the plow and
received an ugly cut on his head. He
was not so seriously injured but that he
was able to come to town as usual in
Mr. Durkee and wife from Oiegon
City have moved into the Mount Hood
settlement. He bought 10 acres of Wil
liam Andross, who moved hir family
from Oregon City last week. Mr. An
dross has bought Mrs. Moore's home
stead, and his family will reside on W.
8. Gribble's place until spring.
Hon. K. L. 8mith has a handsome
apple display at his office of the follow
ing varieties: Wagoner, Mammoth
black Iwig, Newtown 1'ippin, Arkansas
lilaek, Koxbury Kusset, Baldwin, fan
aukee, York Imperial, Grimes' Golden,
Jonathan. The apples were grown on his
r.anside larm, tteulah Land.
Burney I'helpi met with an accident
last Thursday. He had just returned
from his homestead and was cleaning
his revolver when it went off, the ball
passing through his left hand. Fortu
nately no bones were touched, tie
came to town and had the wound
II. S. Gardner of Mosier was a visitor
in Hood River Friday.
S. i. Frank, v
Having purchased the harness business
ofJ.G. Wagner, is prepared to give
the Hood River people good service iu
harness and custom work. Harness,
saddles and everything pertaining to
the harness business will be kept on
hand. Call and see his goods.
Maves Bros., headquarters for onions
at $1.25 by the sack.
W anted Uood fresh cow, Jersey pre
ferred. Allen Macrum, Mt. Hood, Or.
Just received at the harness shop, a
complete assortment of horse blankets.
42 T t-T " I. tl
Furnished rooms for rent, with or
without board. Mrs. II. A. COYLE.
Church Sot ices.
No services in Congregational church
Rev. E. Brayford will preach at Odell
next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
United Brethren. There will be no
services of any kind at the 17. K church
until farther notice. IP C. Shaffer.
Unitarian. Services as usual Sunday
in K. of P. hall. Subject of sermon:
"The Second Commandment." W. O.
Eliot, jr., minister.
Notice to Lutherans. There will be
no service next Sunday and no cate
chetical instruction next Saturday. The
next catechetical instruction will be Sat
urday, October 31, and the next services
Sunday, November 1.
Methodist Episcopal. Rsv. W. C.
Evans, pastor. Regular preaching ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 8 n. m. en Ph SaO
batb. Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at 8 o'clock. Epwortb League mert-
William Elirck left at this office sam
ples of Baldwin, Yellow Newtown, and
Hyde's King of the West apples that
are hard to beat for size and beauty. Mr.
Ehrck has fine apples this year. Jim
Langille sent two boxes of Mr. Ehrck's
apples to his son Bert at San Francisco.
Mrs. R. E. Harbison went to Univer
sity Park, Friday, where she will visit
with her mother.Mrs.M. V.Rand.andoth
er relatives. Mrs. Rand has been quite
sick since Bhe waB in Hood River sever
al weeks ago, but is now much im
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jorgensen came up
from Portland by boat Saturday and
went out to visit her brother, A. C.
Helms.where they spent 8unday and re
turned to Portland by boat "Monday
well pleased with their trip.
Miss Pearl Eby.w ho is teaching school
at Trout Lake, came home, Saturday, to
viwit her folks and returned to Trout
Dr. W. II. Baylor of Portland came up
Saturday and will remain a week for his
health. He is troubled with asthma.
Dr. C. H. Jenkins, wife and child, re
turned Monday by the boat from a
visit to The Dalles. ,
Mrs. Kittie Coe came up from
Portland Saturday and returned home
by boat Monday. 1
Twelve distinct lines In Hats on our
Bargain Counter to make room for our
Special Thanksgiving Millinery. Our
Millinery Department is full of special
interest to every devotee of fashion.
nwjiy back to sit down while our Walk
Overs are in the lead.
LADIES, we are ottering you a line
of shoes that are equal to the men's
If you care anything for style, or if
von nura to toivp a oood fit. or if wpar.
DreSSV ACCeSSOrieS quality! any object, you will buy
r. r .r.,T, this line.
Elegant Silk Scarfs, silk and wool
Opera Shawls, Fascinators, etc., etc.
Handsome Furs, latest designs, 25
per cent below Portland prices. $1.50
Beautiful GOLF GLOVES, RAIN
BOW RIBBONS. All the latest bows
Did you ever see a pair of Bhoes sit
down? If you notice you will see all
kinds of our competitors' shoes going
We are prepared to tit you in your
size, color and most suitable shape. '
Do you iike new styles?
Do you like your hat to hold its color
Do you like to get a hat at $2,50 or
$3.00 that will cost you $.1.00 and $:U0
in other stores?
If so, bring your head to us and we
will please you.
Try -ii pair of our
find wfeif they
are not equal
tonny $5 pair
you ever wore.
back of every
line of all
kinds a n d
shapes in to
On Saturday, the 17th, we will place on sale,
as special, HO and 100-piece Dinner sets of John
son 15ros'. Senii-Poivelain decorated ware at $5
and $10. See window display.
Yon need a new Suit and Overcoat, and so do
the boys. AVe have them for all sizes and styles.
Come in and let us fit you.
Ribbons and Silks.
The new ribbons art1 full of sparkle and life and
beauty. We have the newest shades and colors.
Having bought a large lot, we can show you prices
that cannot be duplicated. As to silks, all we ask
of you is to see them and you will be the judge.
ing Sunday evening at 7. League prayer
meetings Tuesday evening at 8. Sundiy
school at 10 a. m.
Smallpox Patients Improving.
The alarm over smallpox has subsid
ed and those people who have contract
ed the disease are getting along nicely.
Most of the cases are very light and
none of them serious. Mrs. Fossberg in
the country and Mr. Carson on the hill I
.i i:. ... in .ii.r ;b ti,o i
nit? low viuy inu pcwpio icnii4 o,n. .
authorities have provided for strict
quarantine wherever physicians con
sider there is any likelihood of the dis
ease. The doctors report all case un
der their care getting along very nicely,
and with proper precaution there is no
danger of a general epidemic.
Advertised Letter List.
October 12, 1RW.
Burlholder, Minn NellleKelly, .Inmes
Curtln, Wm A Kent, I B
Hart, (; A jNeison, n ai
Kcf, Bert Tavosnler, K F
October 19, HKW.
l.lrtle, Mrs Bell Jones, 1' K
Orwell, MrH Mary Kielimonri, II M
Denny, J H Hmylbe, FK
Harvey, V P Wexterlund, Win A Co
WM. M. YATKH, I M.
Jn The Dalles, October H, ino. lvl Tyler
and Miss Mury Camp of Hood Uiver.
In Hood River valley, October 17, 1003, to
Mr. and Mrs. Louis ring, a son.
In Hood River valley, October 18, l'JOS, to
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlii (Struck, a son.
Apple growers' supplies, 10x10 paper,
wrapping paper, lining paper, pink and
yellow, poster and w hite layer, blue
card board at Coe & Son's.
(Continued from Page 4.)
that hour; when they have no minister
it will be prayer meeting.
J. K. McGregor has purchased the 9
acre tract he had leased of L. Lamb,
W. H. Cook is laying the rock foun
dation for his box factory this week.
Geoisre Chamlierlain delivered a load
of apple boxes to Mr. Stewart last week
for sale to people who need boxes in
small quantities. These are the first box
es from a Mosier box factory. They
look like flue ones, too.
John Smith, our section foreman,
went to l'ortland last Saturday and
accompanied Ids" wife home Sunday.
Mrs. Smith is much improved and will
soon be strong again.
Mrs. George Sellingerwent by Hatur
day's boat to Portland to visit her son
Jack Frost is a nightly visitor in this
section and the neighbors are discussing
thin fHHsntiilit v of eettinir I. K. K. and
the dogs after JacH and tlie coyotes uiai
also inhabit this section, and see if they
cannot annihilate both Jack and the co
yotes. Rolla rhelps.who has been out on the
reservation as government ranger for
the past two months, has been given a
vacation until next spring and is now
visiting with his family. Rolla says his
time goes on just the same but his pay
'toP8- . , .
Camp and Skinner have finished A.
Ingalls house and Skinner and Gossare
now building a barn for Mr. Ingalls.
One of the firm of the Davidson Fruit
companv was out inspecting the differ
ent orchards in this vicinity this week
with a view of making offers for the
fruit We did not learn how much they
We understand that Mr. Shoemaker s
son, who was injured last week by a log
rolling on him, is getting alonn all right
and will soon be ready to tackle any old
log that doesn't weigh more than s teen
- Pr. Brosius has been passing here
daily for the past week. We like to
meet the doctor in a social way, for" he's
a jollv good fellow," Cut theee profes
sional visits always give us a creepy
Barrett school has been progressing
remarkably well under the supervision
of Professor C. D. Thompson and his
able assistants. On last Friday after
noon he marshaled his hosts out on the
battle ground and proceeded to deal
death and destruct'on to the weeds,
stumps and dirt. As a consequence
Barrett has now as neat and clean a
play ground as any school in the valley.
S. A. Rkinner, finding that a day's
work did not kill him, which one of the
young ladies of this section said she
hoped would, he concluded to see, sim
ply as an aid to science, how much rock
lie could carry around in his eye heV
only got one but after one of our Good
Samaritans had extracted a piece about
the sizo of the point of a piT, . he's con
cluded that science could go to blazes as
far as he was concerned. He curries
his eye in a sling now.
We did not suppose that getting mar
ried would have the effect on a young
fellow as it appears to have on liumio
Phelps, who alter going through some
twenty odd years of single life without
a scar and in less than three months
after getting a life partner to build fires
and cut wood and spend the firm's mon
ey, he deliberately p its a bullet through
his working hand, but such appears, to
be the case. We did not-hear if there
was any discussion about who should
do the wood cutting in the future, but if
there was Hurnie settled it, for a time
at least. We understand he had cleaned
his revolver and put the shells back and
hv some unaccountable accident one of
the cartridges exploded and the bullet
went through the center of his hand,
making a painful but not dangerous
woHiid. We trust to soon see him
A couple of communications were put
in the Glacier box at the new store to
which no name was signed. Now we
desire all to sign their communications,
not for publication, but that the respon
sibility of the article can be furnished
the editor if he demands it, otherwise
we cannot accept them.
Apple picking and spud extracting are
all in full bloom at present. We count
ed 17 loads of apples passing here in one
The ladies' aid society of the Christian
church havo decided to furnish a new
carpet for the church building, and the
whole section is surrounded by ladies
with L. A. S. badges on their hats and
subscription papers in their hands, and
the way the male population is doing
the dodging stunt is quite amusing. But
it's no use, boys, you can't escape.so put
up the cash. ,
A. B. Cash resumed his position as
teacher in the Harrett school on Mon
day, and his pupils gave evidence of
their esteem by completely covering his
desk with flowers. Ashley isdeservedly
popular, not only with his pupils, but
with his associate teachers as well.
Inside each pound package 61
"will be found a FREE game.
60 different games. All new. ;
At Your Grocer'.
The California Medical Company will re
fund to theensUinier all money that he pays
the rtriiKKist tn case he Is not cuted of Rheu
matism by the use of
Oil of Eden
Chronic rases Invariably cured, and CURK1)
For Hale by
(i. K. WILLIAMS,
Aifont for Hood Hivor.
Drug Store Specialties
To be had at
DRUG STORE :
Disinfectants and Rubber Goods.
Blood Purifiers (Our make and others)
White Pine Cough Syrup (Our make)
Vegetable Hair Tonic (Our make)
Prescriptions Our Great Specialty.
Stages to Cloud Cap Inn.
Ticket office tor the Regulator Line of Steamers Telephone and
hare a hack carry you to and from the boat landing If you want
a first-elan tnrnout cnll on the
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER AND LIVERY CO.