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Kood Iftver Slacier
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904.
"Why not encourage cheese factory
or a condensed cream factory here?"
inquires the Glaeier's Odell correspond
ent. A capitol idea, and as Mr. Shelley
goes on to say, with the enlarging of the
clover fields this should prove a profit
able Industry in Hood River.
The Northwest Horticulturist suggests
that early apples picked in 25 to SO
pound peach boxes would be more easily
distributed and less apt to glut the mar
ket than when put in the full box,
applying particularly to local markets,
for no family desires to buy early applet
in large quanities and as a rule this fruit
bruises xasily and decays rapidly when
rehsndled from opened packages.
In another column will be found a
statement of the Hood Kiver Band's fi
nances. The boys have met the success
which never fails to come to well direct
ed, persistent effort. They are deserv
ing of the highest praise. And that
the band is appreciated by the citizens is
apparent from the lilieral patronage
the band entertainments received in
both town and country. It is no small
undertaking to organize and train a band
until it becomes as capable as has our
band, and while every member of the
band should be patted on the back for
his perseveranc , the leader and in
structor, C. I). Nickelsen, is, worthy of
special commendation for the able man
ner in which he has conducted the
work of the hand.
The American mining congress will
convene in Portland, August 22 and
continue for five days. Among the ad
dresses to be delivered are speeches of
welcome by Govenor Chamberlain and
Mayor Williams. Editor II. W. Scott of
of the Oregonian is down for a paper on
"The Relation of Mining to the World'
General Advancement." Among thore
authorised to appoint delegates are
mayors of towns, boards of county com
missioners and commercial clubs. Al
though Hood River is not directly inter
ested iu mining, we should be repre
sented at the congress. In announce
ments of the congress sent to the press
of the United States, Irwin Mahon, the
eoretary, makes special mention of the
trip up the Columbia to Hood River and
LEADS THEM ALL
Bpeoial to the Glacier i
Portland. Aug. 3, 1904. Hood River
had the only organ leed delegation at
tending the Oregon Development League
While the meeting was largely attend
ed, nearly every part of the state being
represented, yet Hood River made tin
beat showing. Hon. E. L. Hmith,chair
rnan of the delegation was very promi
nent in the work of the convention. His
paper, read the first day, (which appears
on another page) was received with
great interest, and the manner in which
lie answered the numerous questions
asked proved him to be thoroughly
The showing made bv Hood River was
highly complimented by A. L. Craig,
general passenger agent of the U. R, &
N., by Portland's Commercial club and
others. Mr. Craig said, "Hood River
ia always up and coming."
The cards distributed, having on one
side an invitation to attend the fruit
fair and editorial association in Octolier,
and a brief statement of Hood River's
resources on the other, were read with
interest, ' and many individuals were
heard to remark that they would surely
via l llood Kiver.
Weduetday afternoon, Hon. E. L
Smith of Hood River was elected pre
Went of the association.
N. Wbealdon of The Dalles, in giving
a report oi tne resources oi his county,
was very lilieral toward Hood River.
The llood River delegation was as
follows: Hon. E. L. Smith, A. W. On-
thank, 8. K. Rartmess, J. 8. Booth, W
K. F.Cv'.les, J. F. Htranahan, Joseph A
Wilson. S. Cochran, T. A. Reavis. A. I
Moe, A. Winans, George T. Prather, J.
ri, Kami, It. r . Davidson, W. J. Baker
H. C. Stranahaan, G. J. GesNling, N. C.
Evans, B. F. Delieu, 8. J. 1 France,
1 Winans, A. V. Wtaten.
The llood River Band Finances.
liens than a year ago the Hood River
Hand was organised with 12 members,
the asset of the band at that time con
sisted of an empty treasury, little mis
cellaneous music and a few battered-up
instruments. However, the bund was
determined to equip itself tor etlicieut
service and to accomplish this by mov
ing out upon a plane of moral and legit
imate endeavor. To what extent the
band has succeeded toward this aim,
may be safely left to the verdict of the
citixena of Hood River and the accom
panying financial statement : I
Cash from citixena , tlttl GO
From Baud Boys 144 00
From concerts , 138 67
From engagement.. lltt 33
Uncollected accounts 19 00
Total 607 40
For instruments ...$328 18
For uniforms 04 50
For music... 27 02
For incidentals , 81 05
For repairs 5 25
unpaid accounts 61 75
Uncollected 19 00
Cash on hand 05
C. D. MCKELSEN.
Congregational. Preaching service
with worship will be conducted next
Sunday at 11 a. in., bv the pastor, Hov.
J. L. llershner. Christian Endeavor
service, 7 p. in. with Miss Clara lilythc
leaner, ounuay school at lu a. m. with
A. C. Staten superintendent. The pub-
l: l.... .i :
lie in iiivimtu to tiiese wrvices.
At the conclusion of the morning ser
vice a business meeting will be held in
response to request of the Woman's
Christian Temperance union, for the
appointment ol a committee to cooper
ate with it in relation to public morals.
Every resident member of the church
is hereby urgently requested to be pres
ent. Heeur Picture ef Camp Overall.
Professor C. D. Thompson returned
Tuesday from a trip to Lust Lake. He
waa accompanied by W. Y. Masters of
Portland, who went lor the purpose of
securing tome view of Mount Hood
from the lake. The first morning there
the lake was calm for an hour or more
and Mr. Maulers believe he secured
some pictures that should rival the
famous Oifford views.
iteturning by way of Mpl IVI1 the
professor aud his friend secured a group
picture of the women dressed in over
alls. Mr. Thompson say ho will have
a Ripply of tiie pictures on sale next
Second Nine Defeats Cascade Lock.
The Hood River second nine defeated
Cascade Locks Sunday afternoon Ity a
15 to 2 score. From tne following line
op it would appear that the Hood River
first team had gone out to practice :
HOOD RIVER. CASCADES.
Oxhorne lh C. Woodard
Maliaii.. 2b F. Garner
Wright 3b 8. Campbell
, J. Cumber
P J. Kates
lime game, l Hour, , minute,
Umpire, M. Mar.in.
One who saw th u mic av :
"On account of tli lino I Kiver ln
batting the Locks' pitcher out f the
box, Osborne and l'.cne't " the lot
tery for the remainder of the game f ir
the Locks, while Morgan took Osborne's
place on first base, and L. G. Morgan
took Morgan's place in right field for
"Throughout the remainder of the
game the Hood River hoys walked up
to the tiat snd took exercise and prac
tise by striking at the air."
Fear It is Mr. Jayne' Boy.
It is feared that the boy who is re
ported to have fallen overboard in Odell
lake in an epileptic fit and drowned,
was the mm of A. A. Jayne of Hood
River. The report in last Thursday's
Oregonian stated the Ixiy was a a son of
Or. Jayne oi npringneld, out later Infor
mation from Eugene says it was the son
of a Hood River man. As Mr. Jayne
and his two boys started two weeks ago
for an outing in the Cascades, near
Odell lake, and were to have returned
before this, it is thought the unfortunate
accident is detaining them.
Mrs. Jayne is out of town. Hhe i
thonght to he visiting her mother, Mrs
Sperry of East Portland.
U. H. Sunday School Picnic.
The U. B. Sunday school will give
their basket picnic, Tlim-mlny, August 11.
AH parents of enrolled children are cor
dially invited to join with us in bring
inli baskets tilled with Biich duiiitis as
only can make a grand spread at a bos
Transportation will he furnished as
far as possible at 10 a. m. from the
gym to the grounds near Button's spring
below the East Side grade. 'I he Trans
portation Co. will at least check your
lunches though. Come and enjoy the
Sneak Thief Takes Harness.
Tom Bishop reports the theft of a $15
harness from his house just east of
Abbott's store. The hornets was .mis
sed last Thursday morning, and was
taken while the owner slept 20 feet
awav. The ollicers at Cascade Locks
and the Dalles have been notified and
efforts will be made to overtake t lie thief
whoever he may be.
Mnndav night's council meetinir went
by default, there being only three conn-
cilmen and the mayor present, besides
the recorder and city marshal. Those
who showed up were Mayor mowers,
Councilman Rami, Mayes, and Prather.
There's a bouncing new boy out at
the Angus home. It Is the third boy,
and F. W. Angus is stepping high there
days. 1 his Is his lotirth child, his old
est one being four last April. More
evidence of the productiveness of Hood
Dan Mears went to Moaier, Monday,
where he has been awarepd the contract
Books, Stationery, Paper Nap
kins, Pens, Inks, Blank Books,
Legal Blanks, Magazines
GEO. F. COE & SON
Dealers In Queensware, Stoneware, Porcelain, China and Glassware,
Lamps and Lamp Supplies, CONFECTIONERY AND NUTS.
Up-to-Date New Line of Glassware Just Received
Royal Steel Ware, Pudding Pans, Dish Pans, Berlin Kettles, Up
Kettles, Sauce Pans, Cotl'ee Po , Ten Pots, Pie Plates, Cups, ete.
A complete line of Fishing Tackle,
in Season; Racine Stocking Feet;
Get a Kodak
Thtw are few thing you cnu buy that will pay
such a big dividend in pleasure and health.
A Kodak is a congenial companion on an out
ing or vacation trip.
With it you can take views, animal pictures, groups
of friends pictures that you will treasure more as
the years go by.
Prices 1 up-nll EASTMAN'S.
FrhTRIS FAIR' i
One Price to
, Clearan.ce Sale
25 per cent off all Ladies' Shirt Waists, Washable Suits, etc.
' ' SjHLOeG.
All our Ladies' $3.50 Shoes reduced to. , 3.00
Ladies' $2.50 Shoes, size 6, reduced to , 1.65
Ladies' $1.75 Shoes, size 7, reduced to .'. 1.25
Ladies' $2.25 Shoes, size 7, reduced to 1.75
Ladies' $2.25 Shoes, mid-weight, sizes 0 and G, reduced to 1.25
Ladies' Light-weight Shoes, EE last, patent tip, sizes 2, 3 and 8 .75
Ladies' best $2.00 Shoes, sizes 2, 7 and 8, reduced to . : 1.60
Ladies' 1.75 Shoes, all sizes, reduced to 1.50
Infants' button Shoes, sizes 2 to 5 .40
Infants' Soft Sole Shoes 25
UNDERWEAR Odds and ends Children's .and Misses' Underwear at very low prices.
Ladies' Seamless Hose, 4-in. ribbed top, 2 pair, 25c. Ladies' How, 1 pair, 6c.
Boys' 2-piece Suits, heavy weight, jer suit 60c
Sa'urday only we will sell Ursulas copper, nickel-plated No. 8 1 kettles, 75c
No. 28 best grade Granite Wash Bsm, Saturday only.... 15C
Very best grade oUndelible Pencils '.... 5C
All Toilet Articles Half Price.
'or the concrete work on the re ervir
for the'eity water system J Hotter is put
ting in for purchasers of property in his
town site. I he reservoir win or un
feet in extent and feet deep. Mr. Mear
will also build a foundation for Mr.
Mosier's house. '
Em ployment by a young man of S8 (from
Illinois) Nursery, orchard or berry farm
work preferred. Kiperlaneed wllh poultry.
Intelligent, respectable, Industrious snd re
llsble. Address K. O. X, care Glacier, anttf
To Trade for Cow.
(Jood all round horse to trade double or sin
gle for fresh milk cow. . V. KBY
Hi j Kant JHelinont.
" Wanted this Week:.
One or two gentle ponies used to packing In
th! mountains. Write to-P. M., Underwood.
Wash., the last of this week, no later than the
middle cf next. 4
Apple Grower's Notice
All growers snd packers are requested to
meet the hoard of directors of the Apple
Growers' union at the warehouse of the
Hood Hlver Krult Growers' union Haturday.
August , for the purpose of considering all
matters pertaining to the packing of apples.
Meeting called for t o'clock,
A. I. MAHON, President.
V. O. CHURCH, Hecrctary. -
For Sale Cheap.
One first clans stereoptlcon and moving pic
ture msohlne, a M! oultlt at one-fourth cost.
Cull or address II. H. liAl.l., K. K. O.t.
H(k1 Kiver, Or.
Wood For Sale.
One Hundred Kitty ricks of Yellow Pine.
CHiOKUK A. MAHrtEY,
aSS Dukes Valley, Or.
Wood Sawing In Town
Thos i who want me to Mtw wood should get
their wood at once and eord It up as 1 will be
obliged to charge for the time It takes to
handle it where not corded up. I will go hi
Cascade Locks Sept. 16 to be gone two week,
(iet your wood sawed early end under cover
for winter. K. O, BRACE,
826 Phone 334.
Young Indy attending the Hood River
school who will do house work In family of
two for payment of tuition, board and room
Included, Address V, care of the Glacier
office. a 4tf.
f : om Bait Hook to Creel. Fruits
A'l kinds Sewing Machine Needles.
Geo! F. Coe & Son
HOOD RIVER, OR.
A fine Summer Itesoit, two miles west of It. II.
Station, overlooking the Columbia Kiver. New,
Neat and clean. $2.00 per day.
; R. RAND & SON, Props.
BUTLER & CO., BANKERS.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
RESIDENTS OF WASCO COUNTY FOR 22 YEARS.
Generally appreciate the efforts that are put forth to
please the public, and this is the secret of our growing
Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices
with courteous treatment to all customers, is our idea of
what is right.
A very Pretty Line of
just in. Prices
85c, $1.25, $2.50 and $3.50.
Summer Shirt waists
We have some left at a bar
ain. Call and see them.
at 10c to $1.00 per yard.
Kelso Kords and
and a variety of Thin Sum
mer Dress Goods, at
greatly reduced prices.
CLEAN-UP SALE IN
That are Real Values.
FINE LINE OF
Try Chase and Sanborn's Coffees
They are the best.
R. B. BRAGG & CO.
taught us how to prim) tj hake maize
(hulinii corn,) hut improved and mod
ern method enuhlea ua to ftirninh you
with biicIi a iloBTable. wheat flour a
the Diillrs J'afenl mid M77e liirt
than which there In none Iwtter, at any
price, few a good at a higher figure.
FOR SALE BY
STRANAHAN & BAG LEY
Hood River, Or.
The tremendous business
the GORDON hat is doing
comes from men all ever the
country who are quick to
recognize ixs intrinsic value.
Every GORDON hat
agency is proud of the name
It means value received for
each one of the three dollars
that is asked for a GORDON
PTR STOVE WOOD
For sale. Ioqulie at the livery liMea.mi
Tlrrr Slab Wood
for Mir, 13.50 cord, delivered, If token at
once. DAVKNrOm prtUM. IjUU w.
n ... In 4 'panuir riiatrlilt.-
VA mites from Hood Hlver. Good apple land.
$30 per acre. tonus. Unimproved, under
UIU.H. J J f i
. 10 Acres for Sale.
I itm offering for Kile my 10 acres, well lm-
6 roved, 8 mile, lonth of town, od the Mount
lood ruad. For particular., call! my place.
aMtf V- E. BAI1.KY.
For aale at a bargain; on the road to Mount
.. . . i . . i . . i . l iu. itho liui 11 1 in
for a honae by the roadnlde. Inquire on the
Any one wanting grubbing done thl fall
and wlntercallouthe"Oet There Grubber."
at Beulab Land. 4 CARNK8 A LAiib.
BUnewmember. for .he t.
One new mower and ruke. Deerlng manu
facture. Price for the two, 160.
all I. C. NKALEIOH,
80 acre, of land ODDonltethe Mount Hood
pootoffloe. A bargain If aold aoon. Two low
anaoneofme wmh. rniutriius iu iuwu mi
bargain,. Inquire of UKOHOK T. PBATH Kit.
Dark Jeraev enw with Lell: calf, aame eolor.
with white .pot on forehead, and calf weaner.
notify iiiiiUnur. riyuu.
aU K. K. I). No. 1
Two homenead relinquishment. In uppet
Hood Kiver vaney. Home improvemenia.
Uood land, easily cleared. Inquire of
THOMAS J. DAVIS,
all On China Hill.
One heavy draft horae, one buggy, one pair
oi truck, an eneup ir aoia at once,
a 18 JAM EH A. COOK.
Uiri iur general uuuw wuris.; nit lunnmiru
house In towa or country for oue month. Hee
Bees For Sale.
A few hive, of Italian bee. tn np-to-date
irame nivea. n per nive. Aaarexa
all R. F1KLD, White Balmon, Wa.h
Small team, well broken, for .ale cheap.
apply to u. M. Aieicaii or
all C. U COPPI.E.
Shoats for Sale
Twenty head of .boats for sale.
O. B. HARTLEY.
Notice to Water
Any one caught shutting oft water In main
to make taps will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law unless they obtain permis
sion irom una omce. j ins is nnai.
HOOD KIVER FLECTRIC LIGHT
Jgg A WATER CO
A TRIP TO REMEMBER
Cloud Cap Inn
AT SNOW LINE ON MOUNT HOOD
ELEVATION 7.000 FEET.
Pure Air, Cool Nights, Unrivaled
Scenery, Health, Pleasure,
Open from July 1st to October 1st.
For Ratks and Information
MRS. S. LANGILLE, Mgr.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
MT. HOOD MILL CO.
ALL KINDS OK
Reugh Lumber, $8.00 par 1,000,
Finished Lumber in proportion.
Lumber Yard and Office:
Mt. Hood P. 0.
T. H. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Freeh Bread, Buns, Cakes,
and Pastry Daily.
Dr. M. A.
Office In Han
d a n e
corner of fourth and River M., Hood Kiver
n hi or in nexn niver r riaays ana aalur
W. F. HOLMAN & SON,
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Repairs made and supplies
constantly on band.
Brace's Wood Saw.
Parties llvln In the Belmont and Barrett
districts wbo want sawing don should get
ineir woou rraay an at one time, so mat I eao
do all the W(9-k at one trip. I will hava to
charge tnr the time of making the trip out,
and It will save them extra expense If all are
ready at onoe. Will start August . Pbona
H. all r. O. BRACE. ,
LIST OF LANDS
A 40 acre tract, some improvements,
2 miles from Barret school house, $2,000.
A 40 acre tract, unimproved, some
free irrigating water, 1$ miles from Bar
rett school house, $1,100.
Two lots in Winans addition, $350.
A 20 acre tract unimproved, 1 miles
from the Barrett school house, 6 acre
The NWJi of NWK. Sec. 4, Tp. 2 N.,
R. 10 E, 40 acres. Price $2,000. $500or
more cash, balance in five years.
Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 2, Winans add. to
Hood River for $350 each,
Markly 10 acres, just south of town,
$3,500. A bargain.
For Sale Four-fifths interest in the
M. O. W'heeler 100 acres near Hood
Five acres at Frankton ; cottage and
acre and a half in cultivation. Creek
and water power ; $1,000.
BM 1, Parkhnrst addition to Hood
River, all in cultivation; good house,
beautiful residence property; price,
$4,500; $1,500 or more cash ; balance ou
or before 3 years at 8 per cent.
Lots 10, 11, 12, block 5, Wancoma ad
dition; improved; price $1,600; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per cent.
The NE of SW X and the NWJi of
8E , section 16,Tp2 north, range 11
east, 80 acres, partly improved, good ap
ple land, plenty of timber, no rock.
Price $800 cash or $1,000 on time at 6
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
River Townsite company, of which com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary and the Hood River Bank treasurer.
Installment plan. ,
Lot 4, block 9, Hull's addition, fine 2
story house: $1,400.
Lot for sale in Waucoma Park addi
tion, $200. -
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
For Rent For a term of ten years,
the lot on State street, back of
Bartmess' and the Paris Fair.
Corner lot in front of school house
First-class Surveying Outfit
At the Emporium are kept 2 first-class
transits and solar attachments, and the
proprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying and platting.
From and after this date, April 9, 1903,
the rates will be as follows: $10 a day ;
Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
Nice home farm 9 miles from town, straw
berries, blackberries, apples, pears, prunes,
bay, and vegetables. C'hhIi rent. UooU opor.
unity for party. Apply at
Jylltf OKoftuKT. I'KaYHKR'S office.
I am prepared to do all k ndsofwork by the
day or by contract, estimates on carpentering
Siasterlng, stonework, excavations, ete., specf
cations furnished,, Address
JylWf V. W. PKlBNOw, Hood River ,Or.
TEAM FOR SALE.
Good, steady fa mi team. Will sell for cash
or trade for heavy team, Also light wagon
and harness. West of Paradise on State road.
JyHa4 A. 0. LOFTS. -
Wanted done by contract, 10 acres near
Mount Hood Post Office. Kverythlng furn
ished. J. M. HOI.LOWEI.L.
Jyl4a4 Rlvervlew Park Place, Hood River.
One team of black mares weight about
1801. Well matched, good drivers, vcntle and
safe for children. Price 8125, easy terms. In
quire atthls office, a 18
A lady's red leather pocket book containing
a door key, a pawn ticket for lady'a watch
and about seven dollars in money. Finder
please leave at Mount Hood Hotel or this
office. , ,28.
TO CHERRY GHOWKR8 In Hood River.
If you have any cherry or other trees that are
not satisfactory, I will change them to any
other variety, I recommend the Lambert In
thecherry and Newtown and Hpitwmberg In
apples. Also any one wanting fruit that I
guarantee can have them at prices that will
compete with anyone. The cherries, peach
es, pears, etc', come from The Dalles, the only
responsible nursery in that line on the Pacific
coast that I know of. J. W. Klrkwood is en
dorsed by the fruit men of Hood Riveras the
only reliable, pra. tlcal man In the country. If
any one requires signatures In regard to this
statement, I will furnish them. 3. W. Klrk
wood has buried the hatchet and acknowledg
es the fact from actual experience, that fall
pruning Is best, as tt prevents early snow or
sleet from breaking the trees. It has the
tendency to ripen them up and puts them In
belter condition to go through the winter.
Work Guaranteed J. W. KIRKWOOD
At Paradise rami. Keed mill that took
premium at Centennial falraa best mill In
the world. (Xsto(l0, will sell for S1I10. Strong
buggy $20, one horse wagon s, fodder cutter,
harness, saddle furniture, etc cheap. Will al
so sell choice plecee ol land bandy to town.
- W. L. ADAMS.
Pigs For Sale
1 will havu a nau. .,1-1 . .. . .1 .
... " (-".pint-in, 01 anu ia-
-. " - ... j ,xa icaw, iui snio uu
Saturday morning, August I.
J. W. 1N0ALL3. R.F D.8.
To Water Consumers
The water will be shut off from those In
arrears for maintenance fee on August 7,1W4,
by order of the board of directors.
a4 H . q EVANS, Heererary
Good, Gentle horse buggy and harness.
Will trade for cow, wood or hay.
f H. M. ABBOTT.
FARMERS' FRIEND FEED STORE
H. W. WAIT. Prop.
Hoon River, Oh., July 20. 1604.
To the t-oiiNunirrs of Flour and Feed :
I am leaeu to quote prices today as
Rarli.v. twr aiiik - X OS.
Shorls, per tui-k,90 lbs 1.05
Brair, per wli , 75
Fl ur, patent, per sack 1.20
' " " ner barrel 4 Sfl
Cnu tictl Corn, l4'o per lb.
n hole Ctw-i. 1?4! per In.
Rune for f.!l.kf-tift. In npr lh
Oyster eh-lt- fur chickens, 2o er lb
Wheat, IV H'r lb
Hay, $15 t ifHi per ton.
reeu oy u.c m:i at reasonable prices.