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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1904.
The event of the week wm the mar-
rlmreof Mm. Booth nd H. M. Poole
nfThe Dalle. These young people
have the hearty congratulation of the
(Well people. Tne weuuing occurred
In Portland on the 23(1, they returnitiK
Saturday evening to the home of the
bride Out or rettpeci lor me nuouain,
the boys were silent, but on Monday
evening they rounded them up in good
shape, and were treated royally by the
bride and erooru. Sorry we are not
able to furnish the readers with a de
tailed account of the wedding cere
ruouy, but they are married and start
forth in life with flattering prospects,
and their many friends wwh them a
bon voyage on the sea of life. This
life Is uot all sunshine, but behind the
darkest cloud is a silver lining, and
while silver is good we bone they may
be fortunate enough to celebrate their
golden wedding. Here's our J0.
Last week, Rev. Muckley, nantor of
the first Christian church of Portland,
in company with bis father-in-law,
Mr. Williamson of Buffalo, New York,
were looking the valley over with a
view of Investing. They were much
pleased with the valley of Kant Hood
Klver. and the prospect Is flattering
that they will Invest In the vicinity of
W. J. Guv. who owns a ranch near
Odell, spent several days here last
week. While here he looked over the
potato fields and got an option on
quite a lot. Mr. Guy Intends next
year to establish a cider plant on his
place. Mr. Guy is largely Interested
In the manufacture of vinegar, and
says be considers Odell the hub of the
East Hide, and within a radius of two
to three miles could secure culls suffi
cient to furnish all the cider he would
want, By utilizing the natural water
near bis place be can operate his plant
by water power. We bespeak for him
all the success be anticipates and wel
come all such enterprises.
Last Sunday, the writer and wife
pent Sunday with Frank A. Massee
and wife on Willow flat, and enjoyed
a quiet, restful Sunday. Mr, .Marfwe,
witblu two years, has developed his
40 acre ranch to a greater extent than
many of the old timers have in 10
years. They had celery from their
garden on the table for their Sunday
dinner. Besides they have acres of
potatoes ana Dushels or tomatoes.
Under the influence of water wonder
ful results are wrought out. Mr. Mas
see has a comfortable borne. He ha
20 ton of hay boused, most of which
was grown on hi ranch that two year
ago was covered with brush. Willow
flat I fast forging to the front, and
future developments already planned
fix value there without question.
I, L, Davidson, who lives near by,
has one of the finest garden to be
seen. His early rose potatoes are
beauties and be bad no trouble to close
a deal last Friday on his potato crop to
a Portland party. Mr. Davidson also
show fine specimens of celery. The
strawberry fields In that section give
promise of an abundant harvest next
year. Davidson Bros, have acres of
Burbank potatoes on the Out, grown
on ground cleared last spring and
planted In June, that will yield well
and bring t fancy price.
We take pleasure In noting the
development of the tannine sertluii.
for upon the development of the furms
depends the prosperity and shape the
weaiui or tne country.
The Little White Store, In addition
to other business, has from three to
Ave teams moving Frank Neil's 103
cords of oak wood. Now is your time
to secure first-class 4-foot oak wood, If
you want to baul It, at (2.60 per oord.
Lumber Is now on the ground for
some kind of building, when the
owner furnishes me with Information
as to Its character I will write it up.
Today Is my 68th birthday. With
68 summers and a good many bard
falls I am on the down grade with no
show to put on the brake. While I
have little excuse for still being on
earth, yet I am thankful that my last
days are to be spent In the picturesque
valley of Hood Klver, under the shad
ow of Mount Hood, where I hope to
remain until 1 am hauled oil',
Miss Sarah Newman, sister of Mrs.
R. D. Shelley, after several mouths'
stay In the valley, returned last week
to Unalaska, Alaska,
Why not take your cull apples to
Wlnans in Hood Klver, who Is ottering
8 a ton to make cider of them?
Some of the lady members ot the
Valley church were very bUHy last week
('.anting the posts ready for the new
euce to be erected lu front of the
Mr. Labbe has returned from tho hop
fields, where he had a very pleasant
time weighing bops. Hs says that
some made good wage picking bops.
Why not grow hop In this valley and
keep our pickers at home?
Mr. Healm, wife and daugter, form
erly of Colorado Hpriogs are visiting
with L. Dart
The ladles of the Unitarian church
met at the home of Mrs. J. 11. Shoe
maker, Friday, lu their usual course of
business, and to ply tbe needle.
Mr. Ross, the freight clerk for the O.
R. & N.at Hood River is having a stone
foundation laid for a new house on his
laud adjoining Professor Thompson's.
Another addition to Karrett district.
C. E. Markham Is hauling material
to build a new stone cellar. Claude In
tends to build this time so that tt will
not fall dowu. Well, he must temper
It with faith and hope it will staud.
Scott Boorman and Sam Koplln were
down from Hood Klver, Monday, the
guest oi jn. v. pauioru.
The Cascade Locks publlo schools
nave a registration or wo pupils. A
move is now on foot to divide the (list.
rlct and give the people of Wyeth
school building. It is expected that
one of the teachers from here will take
charge of tbe Wyeth school.
Will Layhe and MIns Steel were mar
ried here Sunday. Thev endeavored
to keep the wedding a secret and leave
town wituout a cnarivart, but the boys
Here were too wise ror ttiem. lather
O'Neill of The Dalles officiated.
The big milling plant of tbe Wind
Klver Lumber Co. is cutting 75,000
feet or lumber a day, aud gives em
vloyment to 80 men or more. Indus
trie of this nature make good times in
Mr. Roche has lately arrived from
Texas and will occupy a house belong
ing io Mr. Lee.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. McClusky
Burklen's Arnica Salve.
Ha world-wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve
lotioQ.olutment or balm for Cuts, Corns
isarns, Bolls, Korea, felons, Ulcers, let
ter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped
liana, Bkin eruptions; lnmuiuie n
Piles. Cure guarHnteed. Only 25o at
Cha. N, Clarke's drug-tore.
UPPER MOUNT HOOD.
Our school was vlslled last Thursday
bv the county superintenovnt, Mr
Mr. Knight returned home last week
from Yakiiiui, where lie mis hreii nop-
J. Foss left for Portland last week.
Bv reading over the Mount Hood
notes we see that the honorable writer
left out his name as hi-jng one of the
partv with Hees and (inhin hunting
bear in Congardom.
Mr. Gobi ii thinks they would have
gotten old Brum If it hudn I tieen lor
the writer, who is not lined to hunting
The people in Upper Mount Hood
are all rejoicing over tne aeiignuui
rain they received limt week.
Lyman Wevgandt was working for
Mr. Vautlilcrs lust week.
Messrs. London & Power have the
largest apples in their nrrlmrd that
are grown between here ami ii i
Klver. They are as lurire at common
pumpkins. When they ruine larger
apples tin I) the Mount llooilites cull,
there'll be something doing.
The Franklon school will give an en
tertainment and banket social next Fri
day evening. They have a fine pro
gram. Come out everybody, rsring
well-tilled bankets huh enjoy an evening
Mrs. Madge Htiinsey, nee Warren, of
Portland was visiting old time friends
In KrHnk'oii lint week.
Ills reunited that the Menominee
mill shut down this week', having used
up all their logs, hut they expect to
start the logging enmps at once. This
will give employment to all the men
who wish to work in the woods
Uncle Ed Calkins has a new cider
mill. He says he will not let any ap
ples go to waste in his orchard this fall.
Good, we will drink with you, uncle.
Mrs. William Eby, who has lieen on
a two-weeks' visit over in the Williim-
ette valley, and picked hops as well as
visited, says there Is on pluce like home
especially when Will and the babies
Miss Mauri Noble came up from the
Locks Friday evening and stuyed over
Saturday and Sunday utCliflon, return
ing to tier school on the early train
And still they come to Hood River
to stay. Mr. Merrill, who had rented
the Owen place, purchased ten acres of
the Davenport tract near the school
bouse and will at once build on It.
The cow insurance meeting lust Fri
day at the school house was poorly at
tended. We will try it again next Fri
day evening. lAit eberybody that has
a cow turn out.
M. Laull'enberger, who sold his place
in Frank ton to P. F. Bradford about a
year ago was in Hood River Tuesday
lie went to the mines In Eastern Ore
gon last spring, but says he did not
find it stillluiently pro'fltuhle. He is
now In the employ of the O. It. &. H.
In Eastern Oregon, but still has a
longing for Hood Klver, and has prop
erty in view which he may buy In the
near future, lie Is just out or the
hospital at Portland, where he has been
the past two months with a severe case
of blood poisoning. We can sympa
thise with htm as we have had ten
mouths of some of the same.
Sam Koplin has gone again I "Gone?"
Yes, gone "a flsliiii'. "
Mrs. Dunn is building an addition
to her house.
Mr. Huckett, Mr, Lyons and Profes
sor Arnesou euch worked a day on the
telephone extension last week. They
win nave it ready tor "Hello," in th
John Lindsay returned last week
from a visit to his father at Carson,
Mr. Jakku harvested his crop of
'spuds" last week.
The farmers In this neigh horhond are
losing big money by tint having hogs
enough to eat all of the acorns this full.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Miller returned
from the hop Helds lust week.
Professor A meson left on Sunday for
Wanlnitla, to take charge of the school
at that place.
Mrs. Lindsay is still lu very poor
The Sunday school In this neighbor
hood is well attended, and Is doing
Will Coulter was visiting friends In
Mrs. Kellendouk went to The Dalles
C. H. Cromwell left for a trip to
George Kniipp spent n few days here
visiting hia people the past week.
Mm. A. .1. fluvneM and diimrhter Ina-
bel have been visiting in Hood Klver
the past few duys.
Hue Lusk and family returned re
cently from a trip to the east of the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olcsen are
at their home on Oak Clltls.
Mrs. Olcsen of lltisum has been vis
iting friends at Underwood.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Goddurd have
returned to their home lu Portland.
The run of salmon here Is the poor
est since the hatchery started up. They
had to reduce meir torce ot men,
A good uiuuv of our people attended
tbe dance at Mr. Jones' at White Sal
Ed Thornton bought ten acres of
his brother Charley for a home.
The people have a petition out for
the removal of piling aud other obstruc
tions to our landing.
The young people gave an enjoyable
llltle dance In the new store building.
Charlie Walters made a flying trip to
The Dalles and bought four tons of hay
Ned Blythe of Hood River and
Mr. and Mi's. A. J. llaynes and child
ren spent Sunday with' Professor Crom
well on CliHton ranch.
Mrs. I uthy and children returned
from tbe hop fields neaf Portland last
week, except Fred, who we learned had
the misfortune to break his leg and
cun not return for some time.
Our school is to commence October
8 Professor Cromwell is teacher for
the short term of four months.
Ira Rowland purchased ten acres of
slrawlierry laud adjoining his ranch
of Ed. Thornton.
no Cliarles Tiiblis' bugy. The hoys
hid lietter make themselves scarce in
Some people think they cannot grow
anything in Chenowith. Charles Tubhs
has a pumpkin that weighs 20 pounds
aud some pop corn which Is equal to the
finest ever grown in the Eastern
states. This without irrigation.
Charles Tubbs, son Elmer and Alfred
Fuller went to The Dalles Monday.
R, T.Mills lias moved to Hood Itivir,
where he is going to work for Frank
Klin commenced falling Inst Wednes
day, accompanied by thunder and
lightning. Ruin fell also on Thursday
ami Friday evenings. Enough rain has
fallen now to start the grain that has
been sown, but not enough to Vet the
irround for ploughing. The rain cume
just in time to save the old wehfoots a
deal of worry. They say that it contin
ued dry so long that the moss was
nearly all gone from their backs, and
the webs on their toes wore so dry they
enn keri, hut the rain saved them.
W. C. Dodge relumed Saturday from
Portland, where he has been sojourn'lig
tor ten asys. lie reimru everything:
lively there, with plenty of work at
present, but thinks the city will lie
over-run with laborers in a few weeks,
as there are hundreds of that class com
ing in every day. While in Portland
W. C. ran across our fellow townsman,
David Salsbury, who, it was reported.
went to Portland to get married. Dave
says he doesn't ten how in the world
such reports get started, as he never
thought of getting married.
C. R. Bone has a force of men, about
fourteen in nutiilmr, clearing up forty
acres of land. Mr. Bone intends to set
it out to orchard as soon as it is cleared.
Miss Maude Tyler of Belmont, is
visiting friends in the valley this week.
J. A. Aassel returned to Morrow
county iBHt Monday. He intends work
ing there tor several weeks, when he
will return to improve hi" homestead.
Miss Ellen Dodge was taken violently
ill Friilay evening with cramps in the
stomach and vomiting. Friends and
relatives worked with Tier all night and
she was some better by morning. At
present writing she is improving rapidly.
A few of our vounu folks (and old
ones too) attended the dance at Shellev's
hall given by the Order of Lions, Friday
evening, September 23. All reported
a line tune.
We had "another shower last week,
and the weather is fine now.
Our clover fields are nice and green
now. They are dotted with cattle and
horses. This is one advantage in rais
ing clover after the hay is taken off
there is a fine pasture until the snow
llys in the fall.
Our school is progressing nicely under
the management of Professor Massey.
We were somewhat surprised to get as
good a teacher as he is from the state
of Arkansas, after all the green tales
w have heard on the Arkansawcrs.
We had a fine Sunday school and
Christian Endeavor last Sunday, and
the best order we have had for some
time. This is right. We can't run any
kind of a meeting and make a Buccess
without some interest being taken and
order kept. These two things are nec
essary and last Sunday we had both.
Mark Cameron and family and W. G.
Dodson and family took dinner with
J.O.Cameron last Sunday. As thi
was Mark's wedding anniversary, and
within one day ol J. o. Uameron s
birthdav. thev met and Dulled "hare."
and it was a Befgian too.
J. A. Kussel has returned to Gilliam
county to help take care of the rest of
the wheat crop. He thinks that county
is ahead of Hood River and I gues8(it
is, in raisiuu wheat, hut that is all.
Hood River will produce anything that
will grow in this climate and grow it to
perfection too. Mr. Kivsscl has a home-
teal west of the valley, and it is like
the rest of them up there, he only goes
on it when his cow does not come up;
then he takes to the hills to find her
and comes back and tells how well 'his
cow was doing up there.
Roy Slocnni g t a telegram last week
to come home, and he took the train for
the East at once. Roy left here a
single man, but he said he was tired
of hatching and he intended to bring a
cook with dim when he returned.
The Salamiigundi literary will meet
next Saturday, October 1. This will he
the first meeting since last spring.
When we quit we were having a good
time, and there is no reason why we
can't have a good meeting this full, if
every one will tuke hold and help. The
lollowmg is a part ot ttie program to lie
rendered next Muinrilay:
Kecltation Willie Dodge.
Recitation Arlio Dodge.
Recitation Edith Murphy.
Recitation Mabel Dodson.
Recitation Wilbur Carnahan.
Recital ion Bessie ( 'ameron.
Recitation Floyd Dodson.
Recitation Hazel Kessell.
Declamation George Massey.
Declamation Gilbert Kdgington.
Declamation Will Dodson.
Solo Mrs. Carrie C.
Duet Mr. and Mrs. M. Cameron.
Recitation John Murphy.
Monologue W, C. Dodge.
Probable debate on the Russo-Japa
Declamation Ed Jochinisen.
For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, weak throats, weak
lungs, consumption, take
Ayers Cherry Pectoral.
Always keep a bottle of it in
the house. We have been
saying this for 60 years, and
so have the doctors.
"I hr med Arer'l Chrry Ptorl In my
family (or ill yean. It It the boit medicine
In the world, f know, (or U thruM Mid luu
Mas. I. K. Kobckoss, WtHhsm, Man.
Be., Ms., tl.SH. j.c. ATSBCO.,
Dally action of the bowels la necea
ary. Aid nature with Ayor' Pills.
garet Barrett, arrived lust Wednesday
from Hkandia, Kansns. Mr. Ileuton
thinks Belmont a beautiful place. We
wish and would I gbul to have him
Charged Neighbor With Assault.
Last Tuesdav. Sentcmber 20. a war
rant was issued and Constable Olinger
arrested Valentine Nehrbauer on the
charge of assault with a dangerous weap
on. The complaint was made by
Tuesdav evening INehrbauer was ar-
Tainged before Justice Nickelsen, and by
his attorney, E. II. Hartwig, entered a
plea of not guilty, and the bearing was
set for 4 o'clock on the afternoon of
Wednesday, Heutemher 21. The prose
cuting attorney not being present, the
case was again sot over till 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon by consent of the
When the case came on for hearing at
the appointed time Thursday, the pros
ecution still failed to appear and the
dafendent's attorney, E. 11. Hartwig
made a motion to nave the defendant
discharged from arrcut for want of pros
ecution, insisting that defendant cannot
be held m prison indefinitely without
having a hearing, citing numerous cases
in support of his motion. Judge Nickel
sen took the motion under advisement
until 7 o'clock in the evening when,
Deputy District Attorney F. W. Wilson
arrived from Tho Dalles on the belated
train and tho case was heard. The evi
dence tended to show a neighborhood
trouble between the complaining witnoss
and the defendant, wherein the complain
ant threatened to "slug" the defendent,
who was on his premises, with a club,
and the defendant retreating backwards
raised his gun saying "If you come
nearer mo with that club I will shoot
After all evidence was heard, argu
ment by connect was waived and the
court decided the evidence did not jus
tify a binding over of the defendent for
trial in the circuit court. The prisoner
was discharged. ?
To the protest from various portions
of the state that his population figures
for Oregon, showing 470,000 people
in lWlH. ib fur to small, LiRhor l orn
missioneer 0.!P. lloff replies that if his
line res are too small it is the fault of
the school census returns.
Is still on 'and will continue
throughout the season. We
are receiving new invoices
each week, and you will do
well to call and inspect before
Tel. Main 1,55. Hood River Jfekhfx
E. R.- Bradley
HIOH GRADR PAMPHLET
AND COMMERCIAL WORK
PRKES ALWAYS RlfaHT
We lire here to do your work today
tomorrow and every other day, and
our money (what little we have)
U ipent in Hood River. We want
your work and can do it neutly and
Chenowith has lost some of their
good neighbors. What they couldn't
lake tbey broke up.
Mr. Spriggs and Mr. lunulas are
topping at Chenowith for a few days.
(Sunday a couple of boys were seen to
go to the Torgensou barn and break
A bosket social will be given at the
Frank ton school house, Friday evening.
September 30, the proceeds to go Into
the ting and incidental fund. The fol
lowing program will lie rendered,
after which the baskets will be auc
tioned off: '
Song, America The School
Mimic, Selection Vhonograph
Mediation May navenport
Flag drill Twenty-four girls
Song, Plain Folks
Lena ls-cnherg and Margaret Nickelsen
Music, Selection Phonograph
Heiitaliou F'.mnia Noble
lhalogue A Matrimonial Advertise
ment Three girls and two boys
Tableau Three girls and three boys
liecitiillon Alma Jones
Song, September Several girls
Recitation Mary Treiher
Dialogue liaising the Wind
Three girls and three boys
Tableau Two girls
Music, Selection Phonograph
Kveryliody come, enjoy yourselves,
buy a basket and help tiie' school along.
( . I. Nickelsen and family left Sat
urday for Portland, where Mrs. Nickel
sen will visit friends for a few days and
from there go to Carlton.
Belmont people are returning from
the hop fields.
Miss Frieda Johnson, who has been
working in hotel Vau-(iiiiii-(iuii, vis
ited Mrs. U. F. Iturrett a few days last
Mrs. Will (iasten is on the sick list
M. H. Nickelsen was built a new
chicken house, Wx.r0 feet. I We will
know now where to look for nice young
fries when the dark of the moon eotnes
Mr. Heaton, accompanied by Mar-
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
Fresh and Cured Meats,
There Irs i BueI Eflies
Or Other Wmk laundered at the New
Our steam-heated polishers eliminate
many of the annoyances of the old
fashioncd honor,. You
Ought to Drop in Once and See
Work called for and delivered. Tele
phone your orders.
Paradise Steam Laundry
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Wait! Wait! Wait!
Don't buy your Fall and Winter MILLINERY
Until you see our Hue of
French Patterns and Novelties
at our New Store.
Miss Haven, of The Palles, will be with us at the Grand Opening Of
our New Store, with a complete liue of
Tailored and Trimmed Patterns
The finest line of MILLINERY ever shown in the City.
J. E. RAND, Prop.
The New Music House is the Boss
IT HAS ALL THE FINE PIANOS AND ORGANS THAT THE
GREATEST PIANO HOUSE IN THE WEST HANDLES, SOME
OF iVHICII WE GIVE THE NAMES:
The Celebrated Weber, the Renowned Chickering, Kimball
Hobart M. Cable, Crown and Hardoroff.
Then Come the Fine Kimbal and Burdett Organs
These fine goods with a fine assortment of
Violins, Guitars and Banjos
And all Kinds of Small Goods will be found
EILEEN MUSIC CO .
Successors to Parkins Grimes (Q. Co.,
THE DALLES, - - OREGON
HOOD RIVER PLUMBING COMPANY
WOICKA & HEMMEN, Proprietors.
Sanitary Plumbing' and Tinning'
AGENTS FOR THE ROYAL FURNACE
Pumps, Windmills, Pipe, Fittings, Everything in Plumbing and Tinning Line
FALL & WINTER UNDERWEAR
AT R. B. BRAGG & CO.'S
Infants' Cotton Fleeced Underwear from 20c up.
Infants' Wool Vests at 35c up.
Children's Union Suits, 35c up, as well as 2-piece Suits at 25c per
garment and up.
Ladies' Union Suits at 65c per suit and up.
Ladies' Union Suits, Wool, button down front, at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50 and $2.25.
Ladies' 2-piece Suits in Cotton and Wool.
Men's All-Wool Suits at 90c per garment and up.
Men's All-Wool Union Suits.
Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Gowns.
Men's Outing Outing Flannel Night Shirts.
COME TO US FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Goods and Groceries