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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1904)
FRANK A. CRAM
Frank A. Cram
WILL HELP YOU CELEBATE
The Glorious Fourth
At Special Reductions
His Entire Line of
Colored wash goods
Summer Waists and Neckwear
A dazziing array of gauzy wearing
apparel at prices wholly unheard of in
Hood River. Come early, as we are sell
ing quantities of these splendid values,
and you may just as well yet your share
of the line as long as it lasts. Special
attention given to having a nice cool
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. a, Chicago Special, 11:48 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:; p. m.
tv No. 0, Mail and Express, 10:50 p. m.
5 No. 24, Way Freight, 110 p. m.
No. 22. Fast Freighl,'4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special, 3:03 p. m.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, 5:311 a. m.
No. 6, Mail and ExpreHH, 4:48 a. m.
No. 23, Way Freight, fcto a. m.
No. 21, Faat Freight, 5:45 p. m.
Hood River Weather Report.
Week ending Tuesday, June 83: Mean Max
mum temperature, Ms mean minimum,
50: mean, 62; Precipitation .8 of nn Inch,
which fell on the evening of June 17, accom
panted by thunderstorm. Highent tempera
ture 38, June 17; lojvestjnlgut of June JO.
For week ending Tuesdy, June 30: Menn
maximum, 30; mean minimum, 50; mean, 15
lllgheat temperature, 1)0 Juno 28; lowest 37
night of June SH. Precipitation, nil.
D. N. BYKKLEE, Local Observer.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Fireworks at Coe & Son's.
H. Robe's ice cream at Stuart's.
Orpingtons and Minorcas at Lewis.'
Go to Fewel's for White Clover ice
For bargains in Silverware, see Clarke,
Hazlewood Ice Cream. Few as good
Swetlaud's ice cream at Tompkins &
See the 1904 sickle grinder sold by
McDonald & Henrich.
Lunches eerved at all hours at Stu
art's confectionery and cafe.
Cocoa menier and c'.iocolate nienier at
Bone & McDonald's.
TTao Williams' anti-seutie hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs. 1
Clarke, the jeweler, guarantees all
watch, clock and jewelry repair work.
Champion machine oil and six brands
of axle grease at McDonald & Henrich's
With the warm weather has come
Swetland's famous ice cream at Tomp
kins & Jochimeen's.
Best ice cream made in the North
west Swetland's . For sale atTompkin's
& Jochimsen's ice cream parlors.
Remember Tompkins & Jochinison is
the only firm in Hood River that
handles Swetland & Son's ice cream.
A few 75-gallon tanks for spraving pur
poses at Davidson Fruit Co. for $3.50
each. One hundred Sixty-gallon 5.
We invite the public to come in and
get our meat prices. We are selling
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Mayks
When you need a good diamond attne
lo vest porsible figure, quality and size
guaranteed by the cutter, call on Clarke,
We are still selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
$1.45 ; 5s, 75c ; 3s, 45c. Mayks Bros.
Mayes Bros.' meat market gives notice
that all orders for morning delivery
must be in by 10:45 o'clock. The after
noon delivery will be taken off at 4 :30.
Orders at McGuire Bros.'meat market
for morning delivery must oe in uj
10:45 o'clock. Hereafter, in the after
noon, the wagon will be taken off at
4 .30; McGuibk Bros.
Smith Galligan are propagating
20,000 Newtown Pippin and Spitzen
berg nursery trees for full delivery. All
...i- i ..,.!,.,, a taken fmm healtbv
and tested trees. Hood River planters
should reserve their oruers.
Beautiful cut glass patterns in fruit
and salad dishes, table sets, vases, syr
up pitchers, etc.
Thin Blown Tumblers.
Many beautiful patents. Plain crystal
glass, Per Set, 30c.
Pretty aaterns in soft bosom Golf
Shirts, separate culls, Regular Dollar
And Cuff. New atyles In mens and
boy? siies. Cuffs with Ball and Socket
O jff buttons attached-Little Prices.
jBeA The Little Store with Little
FRANK A. CRAM.
Hasdewood Ice Cream.
Candies made daily at Stuart's.
Stuart's now open opposite the opera
Washington ice cream at Rowley &
Headquarters for Fireworks at Geo. F.
Coe & Son's.
$500.00 to loan on farm security
Try "Upper crust" Flour. It has no
equal. 0. L. Co.
$200 to loan on real estate security.
See or address. Hurnbttk E. Di'scam.
Try the strawberry and pineapple
ices at the Hazelwood.
Phone 51 for sack of "Upper Crust"
Flour. Money back if not satisfied.
Fresh candies aud the best ice cream
in town at Fewel's.
"Auto Spray" automatic spray pumps,
$5 to $8, at Norton & Smith's.
Bone & McDonald carry a full line of
chocolate monier and cocoa menier.
House to rent on the hill, or for sale
at a bargain. Apply to W. J. Baker.
New soda water fountain at Rowley
& Co's. All the new delicious flavors.
"Bee Line" buggies straight as a
string, $45 up at McDonald & Henrich's.
For Sai.r 30 acres timbered land,
tillable, good soil, requiring no irriga
tion ; 2 miles from White Salmon boat
landing, near main road; considerable
wood value on the land. Price, $fjU0,
cash. George I). Culberlson & Co.
Do your eyes need attention? If so,
call on Clarke, the jeweler and optician.
You will find a complete line ot eye-
glassses and spectacles at Clarke the
don't fail to call and inspect the Side
Delivery Clover Buncher at McDonald
I handle all of the standard made
watches, call and get prices, Clarke the
The Davidson Fruit Co. keep a line of
extra quality, medium priced buggies
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
at the lowest possible prices, Clarke the
We can attach a Side Delivery wind
rower to anv mower. Call and see it.
McDonald k II enrich.
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made. Oet a can
at Bone & McDonald's.
Fresh Chinook Salmon, Halibut,
Shad, Lobsters, and fresh creamery
butter, at McUuire Bros,
8. E. Bartmess has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
That longing for more, and more you
must have, after eating White Clover
Clover ice cream at Fewels.
Buy the "Draw Cut" mower. They
will cut where all others fail. They
never break and last forever. McDon
ald & Henrich.
For Sale 20 acres, unimproved land,
covered with scattering oak and fir tim
ber, surface sloping and rolling, some
stones: 8 to 10 acres tillable fruit land;
large living spring; situated Vi miles
from Hood River on county road; excel
lent, sheltered location for poultry
farming. Price $850. Easy terms.
Ueorge D. Culberlson & Co.
Clkarani k Sai.b Of all millinery at
prices to suit the times. Mme. Abbott.
IN THE HABIT OF TRADING
Hood River Men
Yon will appreciate
Our CLOTHING Values
as we are offering
Reliable Well Made Clothing
that would sell anywhere.
But we live at Hood River,
and have nothing so inferior that
we have to leave our own town
to make it move.
We want our business,
and expect to meet any competition,
and will be right here to answer
for any transaction we are a party to.
Special Prices on Summer Suits,
Men's, Youths' and Boys'.
Application must be made at the office
of the Hood River Electric Light, Power
and Water Co. before any irrigating is
done. Patrons living west of Fourth
street will use water from 2 to 5 p. in.
and from 7 to 10 at night. Those living
East of Fourth street will use the water
from 5 to 11 a. ni.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON",
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must be paid
at the company's office each month in
advance, on or before the ll)th day of
the month. No collector will be sent
out hereafter. In all cases where bills are
not promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
HOOD RIVER ELECTRIC L. P. ft
W. C. .
By John Leland Henderson, Manager.
car load of " Upper Crust" flour just
ved, try it.OREtiON LUMBER CO.
Save money by buying your winter
wood now. Trimmings, $2 per load;
slabs $1.25 per Cord. PHONE 51.
Extra Star A Star shingles $2 per M.
Second gaade $1.50. Lath $2.25 per M.
OREGON LUMBER CO.
At the Hazlewood for the 4th of July.
Brick Ice Cream in Red, White and
Blue. Place your orders now.
Mount Hood Will Celebrate
Mount Hood will celebrate the 4th of
July. There will be a picnic In the
Larwood grove near the Mount Hood
hill; a ball game in the afternoon and a
dance in the evening. Good music and
good order. Everyone invited.
O. A. Knox,
W. M. Cooper.
We want 5'oiir shipments of first-class
cherries and other fruits. Send for Sten
cil and information free,
A. D. BunvBHS & Co.
I now have the most complete line of
plain band and set rings in the city, get
my prices before purchasing elsewhere,
Clarke the jeweler.
All trimmed hats at one-half price for
the next thirty days. Mmk. Auis tt.
Farm Ano City Propkuty Loanb Nk
(iotiatkd on short notice at small cost
and prevailing rates of interest. George
1). Culbertson & Co.
Watches, watch chains, rings and
cut glass will be sold at greatly reduced
prices for the next 15 days to reduce
stock, C. H. Tkmi-le.
Hood River will have two days of
base ball this coming week. Sunday
there will be a game with the Schiller
nine from Portland and the following
day, Monday, the Fourth, the game is
scheduled with the Chemawa Indians.
There are some expressions of dissatis
faction because there must be the usual
admission charged for the game on the
Fourth, but the base ball corporation
must guarantee the expenses of the vis
iting team, and they are in need of some
surplus money, which must be made
from this game. The base ball grounds
are not a public park. Private individ
uals bought the land and paid for it as
an incorporated company. The Schiller
nine will play at Moro on the Fourth,
The game Sunday will be called at 3
Di.n't you need a new one for your
kitchen these sunny days? Spring roll
er filter shades. Very serviceable, with
Everything you need here, tents,
camp stoves, tinware, hammocks, fish
ing tackle, ammunition, etc.
UNEEDA Slraw Hat
These Warm Days. We've got 'em,
all kinds, for little and big.lOc to 75c
Wild Cherry Phosphate
makes a delightful summer drink, a
few drops in a glass of water and sugar
to suit. It touches the spot. Large
Mrs. F. Eggert arrived up from Port
Miss Minnie Knutson of Astoria ia
the guest of Miss Olga Lindas.
Mrs. Morgan of Pendleton was the
guest of Mrs. S. S. Noteman, last week.
Lulu Hunt of Pine Grove, helped the
Barker family during strawberry sea
son. Before marriage a man swears to love,
after marriage he lovea to swear. Ar
Mrs. F. A. Stranahan and children
are in the city, visiting at the home of
Mrs. G. T. Prather.
A marriage license was issued by the
county clerk last week to M. J. Fewell
of Idaho, and Miss Myrtle McLane of
C. E. Stauffer of Smithville, Wayne
Co., Ohio, arrived Sunday a week ago.
on a visit to his son, A. L. Stauffer of
the East Side,
Mrs. J. W. Magill, son and daughter,
of Oklahoma city, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs A. I. Mason on
the East Side.
Some 3,000 feet of Iron pipe lies at
tho boat landing. The pipe is for use
on the Bone ditch, and will bring water
into the Pine Grove neighlmrhood.
A. T. Zeek is furnishing brick for the
E. L. Smith building, at the corner of
Oak and Third streets, from his brick
yard south of town.
F. L. Stanley, vice president of the
First National bank of Hood River,
returned to Portland with his family,
Monday, after a visit in Hood River.
John Travis, Northwest editor of the
Oregonian, was in Hood River, Monday,
the guest o( Mr. and Mrs. Edward
The Glacier',statement of the rain
fall, Friday, June 17, was slightly incor
rect. It should have read .8 ol an
which makes the largest rainfall since
Mr. Byerlee became local weather ob
"If you wantons to come back, just
say so," remarked is. t . Pike, the newly
elected commander of the U. A. R. de
partment of Oregon, as he boarded the
train Saturday morning for his home at
Hood River Btrawberries are now
tickling the palates of thousands of fruit
lovers. Two years from today we look
to see Irrigon equaling, if not exceeding
Hood River in quantity and quality of
this luscious fruit. Irrigon Irrigator.
The LaGrande Observer says the
Union county delegates returned from
the encampment at Hood River Friday
morning, brim full of strawlerries and
cherries and aglow with enthusiastic
memories of the good time had.
Mrs. J. F. Batchalder and children
came np from Portland, Saturday night,
and are camped for the summer under
the oaks near the Country Club Inn,
one of the prettiest camping sites in the
Mrs. S. F. Blythe left Saturday morn
ing for Seattle, where she will visit a
couple of weeks with relatives. Her
daughter, Miss Clara, who is there now
on her way home from a visit to Bt.
Louis and the East, will return with
Mrs. W. II. Perry and four children
of Bcllingham, are In Hood River, vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Perrv. Mr. Perry is circulation man on
the Bcllingham Reveille. Mrs. Perry
will spend the summer In Hood River.
Daniel Calkins of Oregon City attended
the encampment and visited hib cousin,
E. D. Calkins at Frankton. The two
comrades enjoyed themselves talking
over the days when they marched with
Sherman to the sea.
Frank Chandler is the first to lay
sidewalk according to the council's
order on (' street, from Sherman avenue
Bouth. When the others do likewise,
:t will be a great improvement and a
convenience much appreciated by those
who reside on the hill.
O. K. McCarter, who has been help
ing Bradley the job printer for . two or
three weeks, left Saturday for Sumpter,
where he was called to take editorial
charge of the Daily Reporter of that
city. Mr. McCarter is a grandson of
Mrs. Munraof the Country Club Inn.
Warren Wells house caught fire in
the roof Saturday morning. The blaze
was discovered by,,the neighbors, who
were taking advantage of the still morn
ing to spray their trees. A crowd
quickly gathered and forming a bucket
brigade, soon extinguished the fire.
George D. Culbertson & Co., made sale
this week of the improved 40 acres of the
late George Booth place at "Willow Flat"
to Mr.lloughelin recently from Nebraska.
Mr. Houghelin expects to make further,
substantial improvements upon the land
at an earley date for the purpose of a
John Kelley is on the sick list. He
has been unable to do much work since
the berry season set in. Friday he
says he went out into the patch and the
smell of the ri!e fruit made him so sick
he was forced to go to bed. He attrib
utes his ailment to stomach trouble
with overwork on his farm.
George D. Culbertson & Co., sold last
week the Captain F. II. Sherman straw
berry farm at Frankton to Henry W.
I layden, recently of McMinnville. Mr.
Havden together with father, mother
and son-in-law, Mr. KaBterly, have re
moved to Hood River with view to mak
ing their permanent home here.
Dr. Dumble was called to Chenowith,
Wednesday of last week, to attend F.W.
Osbourn, who was injured in The Ore
gon Lumber Co's. saw mill. Osburns
injuries were reported very serious, but
the doctor found his accident was the
result of a fall which gave him a shaking
up with no really serious injuries.
Sam Campbell of the East Side is cut
ting a fine crop of timothy, which is
averaging two tons to the acre. Mr.
Campbell is experimenting with alfalfa,
and believes it to be a very profitable
crop for this valley. It runs five tons
an acre for the three cuttings, and can
be grown sucessfully without water.
There were a few twiBts in the item
furnished the Glacier last week regard
ing the sale of the Turner property in
Hood River to W. F. Laraway. He
bought the 1). A. Turner house and lot
in the east end of town and not the J. J.
Turner house, formerly the Co home.
It was the cox Iarm on the r.ast buie
that Mr. Laraway puchased.
E. R. Bradley ia still suffering from
his sprained back, lor a half hour or
so he says the pain will let up, then it
will return and at times he suffers ex
crutiating pains. He is unable to do
anything, and gets about with difficulty.
His doctor says the ligaments attaching
the muscles to the backbone have been
wrenched, and it will take sometime for
him to recover.
Cut worms have been damaging new
ly grafted apple trees in some of the
LaBt Side orchards. Just what caused
the damage was a puzzle to orchardists
Everything pointed to the work of a cot
worm, but as some large trees suffered
the same effect, this idea was thought
illogical. E. L. Smith says by investi-
itating lie ton nil the cut worms nuned
at the base of the trees. Their work is
carried on during the night. Mr. Smith
says a bit of sticky fly paper placed
aliout the tree will keep the worms
from going up the trnnk, or a deposit of
poisoned bran a also effective.
Better Thai a Doctor's Prescription.
Mr". J. W. TOttier, of Tnihesrt, Va.:
says that Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets bare done him more
good than anything he could get from
the doctor. If any physician in this
country was able to compound a med
icine that would produce such gratify
ing; results In cases of stomach troubles,
biliousness or constipation, hi whole
time would be used in preparing this
one medicine. For sale by all drug
gists. Half Man SUII Uvea.
A pet ton who ia only half alive to the
world and society will not succeed
in business. He should go to Williams'
Pharmacy and get some Pal mo Tablets.
They are guaranteed for all weakness.
Thrown Froraa Waroa.
George K. Baboock was thrown from
his wagon aud severely bruised. He
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm free
ly and says it is the best liniment he
ever used. Mr. Babcock ia a well
known citizen of North Plain, Conn.
There is nothing equal to Pain Balm
for sprains and bruises. It will effect
a cura in one-third the time required
by any other treatment. For sale by
We are going to move from our present quarters into the new brick building
now being built by Mr. E. L. Smith, and we are going to make big sacrifices to clean
up our stock before that time. We have realized that to sell this stock of goods we
will have to cut deep, and you will find on investigation that there has been
sacrifices never before made in this city.
REMOVAL SALE PRICES.
20c. 25c and 30c Wash Goods, sale price 10c
I 35c and 40c Wash Goods,
A. F. Ginghams, sale price
Undermuslins, Night Gowns,
Carpets and Rugs
Men's Suits, Hats and Caps
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes
Men's Straw and Felt Hats
Ladies' Shirt Waists
And a great many other
I Phone 581. Free Delivery. J
Miss Ota Walker, of Hood River, a
neice of S. A. Walker and Mrs. Ariuen
trout is visiting at the home of the lat
ter this week. Forest Grove Times.
Chris Dethman of the East Bide made
a business trip to The Dalles Friday
returning the next morning on the
Kpencer. Mr. Dethman lias recently
completed a fine, new barn at a cost of
fWO, Cox & Wallin doing the work.
The barn ia 38x38 feet in extent, and is
covered with rustic, making it one of
the best barns in Hood River valley.
A hay fork has been put up to lift the
hay into the loft, where Mr. Dethman
has room to store zu ions 01 loose nay.
Mr. Dethman says his apple crop will
be laree this year, the yield being two
or three times what it was last season.
Our friends down in the strawberry
patches in Hood River valley have not
forgotten us, which is asserted by two
boxes or immense Htrawnerriea wuicn
we found when we returned from dinner
today had been left on our table by
AliBses Lottie woouman ana tuioaie
Adams, who came up on the noon train.
talk about strawberries ! Well these are
simply monstrous and admit of only
thirty crowding into one box. They are
large enough to have been named by
this time, aud as they were grown on J.
11. Kings place, throe miles from nocxi
River, and certainly are the king of
berries, we have christened them King;
but cau't conscientiously say "Long live
the kinel" since we have downed them
already. Mrs. Dave LemtBan, Mrs. W,
O.Adams and Mrs Woodman had the
honor of "boxing" the "Kings."
Mrs.ueorge it. Lynn, eiuest aangnier
of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Byerlee of Frank-
The Globe Clothing Co.
AN ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE SALE ON
Men's and Boys' Clothing',
This is No Fake
But a Sale that will be remembered in the community.
chandise been offered at such
Fall Stock now constantly arriving, and to do this we have
We do not claim to give
and no more, as a reliable and
We guarantee each and
satisfaction, your money will be cheerfully refunded. Remember that this means a great
saving event to the public, and don't miss this.
Before you buy look us overj and it will be to your interest.
Yours for Business,
Ufie GLOBE CLOTHING CO.
Opposite Bartmess' Fumrture Store.
the) Button off
Suspender buttons are a thing of the
past. The BUTTON LESS SUSPEND
ER fastens to the trouBers by a neat
nickel-plated clasp that takes hold with
a bull dog grip, yet positively does not
tear the cloth. The buttonless has cast
off back as well as front. The most
convenient suspender made.
Corset Covers, Drawers, Skirts, 25 to 35 per cent cut
articles which we will piace
ton, returned to her home at Omaha,
Wednesday night of last week, after a
two-month's visit with her parents in
Hood River. Her little daughter Oeor-
fia llelte accompanied her. It was Mrs.
.ynn's intention of remaining in Hood
River, and her husband, who is cashier
and bookkeeper for tho llaney & Co.
wholesale harness dealers in Omaha,
resigned his position to come West with
his wife, but his employer declared he
couldn't let Mr. Lynn go, and offered a
$20 a month raise in salary to remain,
with the promise of another raise the
first of the year. This forestalled his
idea of making his home in Hood River
for some time yet. While here, Mrs.
Lynn attended the commencement ex
ercises at the Corvallis Agricultural col
lege, where her sister Carrie graduated
last week. 8ho also went on to Yauuina
bay and took a peep at the "big salty."
Mrs. Lynn was decidedly attracted by
Dr. T. L. Eliot mado an over Sunday
trip to Portland, Friday afternoon. Dr.
Eliot and his daughter Ellen had a
serious time battling with forest fires
last week. It is thought the fires es
caped from careless campers or berry
pickers. For three days, Dr. Eliot says
his residence was saved by changes of
the wind or by rain. The fire burned
through the woods on three sides of his
country home south of town, and one
dav and nisht Dr. Eliot and his daugh
ter were forced to spend most of the
time nuhtinu the names Iroin tne nouse.
Some timber was destroyed and an
unsightly barren streak left across the
Willie McGuire entertained a number
of his friends Friday afternoon, June
10, in honor of his eleventh birthday.
Mens' and Ladies' Shoes,
IvElTS' HATS, Etc.
great slaughter. We must
you a $15.00 suit for $3.00,
honest merchant can afford
every article we sell, and if the
FOR SUMMER DAYS
Mens' Shirts-A swell
line of Negligees for men.
Underwear for everybody.
Hosiery New and beau
Hats Crash and Duck in
the millinery department.
Caps Bonnets and Capr .
for the Children.
White Goods Several
patterns to be closed out at
i inferior goods in
stock. Keliable qual
ity. Lowest prices.
F ' S-
30 to 50
30 to 50
in this sale that we cannot
After enjoying themselves playing num
berless gamee, tney marcneu arounu
the green lawn and were seated at a
beautiful rose bedecked table. Alter
partaking of all tho dainty refreshments
that make a child's heart glad; they
departed, all reporting a very pleasant
time. Those invited were : Stella Brace,
Ona Wright, Mildred Huxley, Myrtle
Howe, Zadie Uird, Mary Norton, Mag
gie Davis, Hazel Olinger, Blanche Howe,
Esther Hart, Florence Smith, Mahlo
Hayward, Viola Jones, Morris Jayne,
Bert Jayno, Joe Hayward, Frank Brace.
Oscar Jones, Clarence Games, Lloyd
Hobart and Ray Bird, Angus McDon
ald, Oak Rogers, Virgil Hart, Ormond
Dano, Dow Allen, Willie McGuire.
Hood River farmers are harvesting
their hay crop, the first cut of the sea
eon. Lack of water early in the summer
makes the first crop a little light, but
now that the Farmers' Irrigating ditch
is in good working order, and the hay
raisers are getting all the water they
bargained for, the second cutting will
I up Ui the average. Hood River land
produces a fine quality of clover and
alfalfa, and with two or three crops a
year there is good money in raising hay.
Last year, notwithstanding that Hood
River valley harvested an immense hay
crop, the livery stables were forced to
import tons aud tons of it this spring,
simply because the farmers wanted too
much for their hay. A good deal of
hay is said to have been kept over be
cause of this. The price began at 15 a
ton last summer, and soon ran up to
$18 and 20. When the bay men Baw
they could get $18 they wanted $20, and
they got it. Then they wanted $22,
but the hay buyers balked and it had to
Never before has such mer
make room for our Immense
cut prices to pieces.
but will give you a $10 for $10
goods are not to your entire