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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1004.
U. S. Commissioner.
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The Old and Reliable and Up-to-date Real Estate Agent. 25 years a Resident of the City and
Valley. 20 years in Real Estate and Insurance in town. If you want to buy or sell Real Estate
come and see me.
THE FOLLOWING LIST IS ONLY A SMALL PORTION OF LANDS WE HAVE FOR SALE:
1. 5-room houBe and over an acre of land. Most
sightly location in town. About 40 fruit
troes and other fruit. Easy terms. Only $1500
2. Lot GO x 135, good location and line view 250
3. One and one-half lots on State Street, fenced,
sidewalk and fruit trees 650
4. G fine lots on the hill, very fine view 1100
5. A good building lot in Barrett-Sipina Addi
G. Good house and 80 x 100-foot lot, east of the
stores on the hill 1000
7. Lot 90 x 190 in Stranahan's Addition 350
8. 8-room House with all the improvements, in
Coo's Addition 1200
9. Small house and good lot in Blowers' Addi
tion i 800
1 0. House and lot and good barn in good sightly
11. A good business corner on Oak Street; 75 x
100 feet. Three good buildings on the prop
Also the exclusive sale of lots in Riverview Park and
1. 25 acres 5 miles from town on the East Side;
good apple land, about .'J acres cleared and
40 fruit trees set. A house, one-half mile from
school, on It. F. D. route
2. 5 acres 2 miles from, town on West Side. All
in cultivation; 2 acres in strawberries; a few
fruit trees; a 4-rooin house; small barn; close
to church. Easy terms
land, unimproved, 12
3. 20 acres of good appli;
miles from town
4. 40 acres G miles from town, 37 acres in culti
vation, 4 acres in strawberries, 400 apple
trees of best varieties and in fine condition,
several acres in Alfalfa and clover; all good
land, one-half mile from school and with one
of the best views in the valley. Good terms.. 6000
5. 10 acres of unimproved land G miles from
town, level and easity irrigated; will grow any
kind of crops; close to school and irrigating
G. 20 acres of unimproved land 6 miles from
town, level and easily irrigated; will grow any
kind of crops; close to school and church 1800
7. 5 acres one mile from town, all cleared, fine
berry or grass land 1100
8. 80 acres six miles from town on West Side; 4
acres in bearing orchard; creek runs through
the place; fine for fruit or grass; good 4-room
9. Harry Brown place of 5 acres; 4 acres in
strawberries; horse, wagon, harness, farm
tools and a 4-inch water right go with the
Mm. Kingman of Trout Lake has
tmen visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. Clyde, the purveyor, l on the
Mr. and Mm. Jewett made a trip to
Portland last week.
Hotel Washington U getting the
finishing touches now, and will be
completed ln a few days.
A good many fruit tree are coming
to White Salmon lately. The dock
here was full a few days una.
O. T. Thoiuai, our retired merchant,
ha made tome swoeplng changes on
his house lately , and Is now building
a new barn. Mr. Thomas baa a nice
tore building lu Illngen. We always
thought he would move to Bin gen,
but the way be has been building
lately, we take It for grauted he la
going to stay with us on the bill.
Mr. Turner Is busy catching gophers
In his alfalfa field these days.
Road Supervisor II. I). Cole punned
through White Salmon last week.
Mr. Everhart, our real estate agent,
received some Inquiries about the
White Sulmon oouuiry lately, l'eople
are beginning to come our way, where
land is uot so high yet. Mr. Everhart
has located several people here from
Butte, Mont., during last summer and
Plenty of beef. We see as many as
three wagous a day coming around
Mr. ltosegrandt and Dr. Gcarhart
returned from a trip to Arlington,
where they have been hunting. They
brought back some wild geese and
Mrs. Zimmerman received word that
her brother at Wasco had committed
Mrs. Blssnn went to White Salmon
canyon last week to visit some of her
Josh WlJJers of Camas Prairie was ln
As an evidence of the growth and
prosperity of the White Salmon coun
try, the fact that notwithstanding the
establishment during the year of a
number of new stores In the Interior,
the volume of business done by the
merchants of this place has been much
larger than In any preceding year, Is
conclusive proof of the substantial
growth of the community .Enterprise.
A. W. Balslger returned from his old
home In Eastern Oregon last Wednes
day. Mr. Italsiger'a father and mother
have been very 111 with typhoid fever,
but we are pleased to learn they are
now some better, and hopes for their
full recovery are entertained. Enter
prise. The Glacier man spent a few hours
at White Salmon Monday. The rain
kept him trom getting around very
much. Mr. Lauterhach showed him
through the uew Washington hotel,
recently erected at a cost of $10,000.
Mr. Lauterhach has a very tine build
ing, supplied with all the metropolitan
conveniences. There are 25 rooms and
two bath rooms, supplied with hot
and cold water. The building will be
well lighted with acetylene gas plant.
My means of a windmill and tank,
water cau be supplied to all parts of
the house. A large lawn has been
laid out under the magnificent oaks.
Kor the use of the guests there will lie
bowling alleys, billiard rooms and
tenuis grounds. Mr. Lauterbacb was
steward for years on an ocean steamer,
and is just the man to cater to the
wants of the fashionable summer
tourists, who visit White Salmou by
the hundreds each summer.
Wyers & Krepp, proprietors of the
White Salmon-Trout Ijtke stage line,
announce that they will shortly dis
card their horses and use mule teams
altogether, for their long-distance work.
Mr. Wyers is now in the interior look
ing for mules. The stage business is
constantly growing, and shows conclu
sively that the luterior country Is
rapidly beeomljig settled up.
A. W, IlalHiger has moved his store
goods Into the new Fanning building
on Jewett avenue.
Muny of the White Salmon fruit
growers are grubbing out their old
orchards and planting healthy new
trees, mostly of the 8pli.unberg and
Yellow Newtown varieties. White
Salmon can grow Hue apples and the
people there intend to take udvuntnge
01 tue opportunities nciore inein.
John II. Glnderof Vancouver, form
erly proprietor of the Skamania County
Pioneer, is the new proprietor of the
White Salmon Enterprise. We believe
Mr. (iimter will give the good people
of White Salmon the sort of a news
paper they have long needed.
Mr. Weburg, who has been confined
to his bed with cancer of stomach is
still growing weaker.
Miss l.oey or liusum Is visiting her
sister at Guler.
The four children of John Petersen,
who have een down with typhoid
fever, are improving slowly.
The ladies of Trout Luke met In the
hall over W. B. Cole's store Novemlier
4, and organized a Ladies' Aid society
with the following oHieers: president,
Mella Stadleiiiun; secretary, Etlle
Hyrkett; treasurer, Koselln Hnze. Their
first meeting wuh at if. M. Conies' on
Thursday where they spent the day
sewing for the Petersen family. They
meet next Ihursday at the home ol
MtiU'l 1 ley ting of Gilmer, spent the
past week visiting at Mrs. ltlew's.
A number of camps have started on
the While Sulmon river all putting In
logs for the Menominee l.umlicr Co.
11. C. Pymoiid of Fulda is In our
valley with his hay press. He has
about two weeks billing here.
Notices are out for a grand mask
ball lo be held ill 'Diode Bros, hall,
November ID at Guler. A cordial Invi
tation to all, and prizes to be given for
best sustained characters.
Mat Martin and mother of Hood
Hlver are to be residents of Trout Luke
(or the whiter. Mat t still acts as sealer
for the Menominee Lumber Co. I
Mrs. H. M. Kreps and son spent Sun-1
uay wun airs. . u. i oio.
As Dukes Valley has not appeared in
the paper for the last two weeks 1 will
try and scratch a few lines.
The saw mill has started up in full
blast and intends to knock out the
lumber at a lively rate.
C. H. Hone cut the wages of his
hands last week mid most of them
quit. Tho Japs are still at work, but
they are working for the same as they
got In the summer. They say that the
Japs are more steady thaii the whites,
but just cut their wages and see how
long they will stay.
A. J. Kussell intends to build a house
on his homestead and move up on It.
This is right, and all who take home
steads ought to live on them, as this
land is given them to make a home;
and in order to make a home the land
must he cleared and Improved. They
are supposed to live there for live years
and those who do this at never beaten
out of their homes, but those who do
not comply with this law are uot
entitled to a home and ought not to
have one given them.
The writer was up on Gilliert Edging
ton's place lust week. Gilbert baa a
homestead and has done quite a lot of
work on the same, lie has made this
his home almost continuously ever
since he took it. He has worked out
It is true, but the place was not vacated
; even then, as he went home every
Saturday and Wednesday to see that
his place was cared for, and to see that
the stock did not break iu and destroy
the winter wheat.
The Dodge Iiros. have taken a con
tract to clear on the Booths' ranch.
They have started their grubbing ma
chine to work and are tearing out
grubs at a lively rate.
The Salmagundi literary will meet
hereafter on Saturday evenings and
will meet semi-monthly. Their next
meeting will be November 2(1, and as
we have two weeks to prepare our pro
gram, a good one is expected. There
will be a debate at our next meeting.
The question for discussion Is, "Ko
solved, That the world's fair ut Port
laud lu ltN)5 will he a detriment to the
Pacllic const." As there are some able
sieakerson both sides we have reason
to think that the debate will be lively
and we expect a large crowd All are
Invited to come and are expected to
help us out in the program.
You are invited to call at the Rock
ford store and inspect the new com
puting scale which has Inst been placed
on the counter. It is up-to-dute and
on such a machine you are sure of get
ting your Just or correct weight.
Professor Thompson and several
others have had new telephones put in
their homes during the last week so we
shall expect to hear the ring of the bell
a little more. Kockford says give your
orders over the phone, ladies.
George Stranahau has hud a man at
work during the lust week covering up
his potatoes so as to keep them through
the winter months. There is not a
thousand sacks, but George has surely
got u large number, and expects to
make a good thing out of the potatoes.
Fred Iugalls has been very busy the
past week hauling gravel to tlx up
around Mil's house and the road lead
ing up to the barn.
Charley Gibbous has gone to work in
the lumber camp at Green point for
Davenport Bros. Charley is a rcirular
John Gibbons la now digging pota
toes. John says spuds pay well, and
he thinks they will be worth big
money after Christmas.
Mrs. E.C. Bray ford is visiting at the
Kockford store with Father and Mother
Bray ford. Mrs. E. C. thinks Hood
Kiver Is Just ttie place. It Is verily a
S. M. Smith has bought one acre of
land from Holla Phelps near the Bar
rett school house and will build u
house in the near future.
The Kockford store has accepted the
agency of the Paradise lanndrvi All
goods received not later than Tuesday
will be returned Saturday.
Having sold their ranch on the East
Side, G.D. Boardmun and family will
leave Monday, November 21, for Cali
fornia, where they will spend the
winter, returning to Hood Kiver lu the
Homer Perry has returned from
Sherman county, where he has been
working the past summer.
Edward Ijige came up fiitiu Portland
lust Saturday, where he is attending
school. Ed east his first vote for pres
ident last Tuesday, and of course voted
John H. Mohr left last week for
Menominee, where be is packing apples
for Mr. Locke.
A few friends gave Edward l,aire a
mrprise last Monday night, by calling
hi me inline oi ma pnreine.
Mr. and Mrs. Sieverkropp celebrated ;
their silver wedding Sunday, Novem
her 18. A number of their friends !
were invited in to spend the day, and 1
a fine dinner was served. Mr. and
Mrs. Sieverkropp were the recipients
of a number of presents.
Henry LUed, who holds a position
as forest ranger, Is at hume again work
ing on his place. ,
Miss Mabel Kiddell, principul of the
Pine Grove school, spent Saturday and
Sunday in The Dalles visiting lit the
home of her parents.
A party was given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark Saturday
night. A pleasant evening was spent
playing games and dancing, alter
which a lunch was served. All those
present report a very pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Henderson and
family of Bingen, Wash., ure visiting
at the home of Mrs. Henderson's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lage.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Met calf, jr. of
Hood Kiver and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Morris of White Salmon spent Sunday
with relatives on the East Side.
The Portland Oregonian and The
Dalles Chronicle have been bragging
about the iargn fuchsia they have, the
height being five feet, three Inches.
We have one In our high school room
that is live feet two inches, it being
the Storm King fuchsia. They huve
only one inch to brag of.
Hurrah for "Teddy!"
Mrs. S. S. Noteniaii returned lust
week from her homestead in Gilliam
county. She brought with her a stem
bearing three red peppers, measuring
l.l, 14 and 14j Inches in circumference.
I he peppers were grown by H. D.
Fletcher, who rents Mrs. Noteman's
place there. This demonstrates that
Gilliam county produces things other
E. Smith and family of Colfax,
Wash., are visiting Mrs. Smith's par
ents at Belmont.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook and the
Misses Lottie and Blanche Woodman
of Hood Kiver, were guests at the home
of J. B. King Sunday.
The Quarterly conference held ut the
Methodist church lust week was well
attended. Kev. Evans of Hood Kiver,
took the place of the Elder.
The Misses Mills and Field nf Spok
ane, are visiting with Kev. II. C.
Clarke and wife.
Sirs. Joseph Luser has resigned her
position us eook for the ditch camp of
the Fanners' Irrigation Co. Mrs.
(.user's place wus tilled by Mrs. B. F.
Barrett of Belmont.
We huve lieen having fine weather
for ducks 1 don't think.
James Morgsion has gone to work'"ror
the Farmers' Irrigation Co.
We cun s.nv we are triad to hear of
they filled their empty baskets with
grapes and walnuts. After having
Indulged in these merry sportsthrough
out the day, the jolly party were
driven home, horses and girls decora
ted alike with chrysanthemums.
After a month's sojourn on his ranch
at Pine Hut, the people of Mosier were
all glud to welcome their geniul agent,
E. A. Gihert among them.
A. K. Hogau has been on the sick
list during the pust week.
, Miss Kate Davenport visited in Mo
sier over Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Jumes Burlingaiiie, after visit
ing with relatives in the Enst for several
months, returned home Monday.
Mr. Cash, having completed the
packing of about two car loads of Spitz
enbergs and Y'ellow Newtowns,
returned home Saturday. lie expressed
the opinion that he found the ideal
apple grown in Miss Dollie Mosier's
Mr. Nefl", the county superintendent,
visited schools near Mosier, Friday.
Mr. Spite, the newly appointed min
ister of the Buptist church of Mosier,
delivered his llrst sermon Sunday.
Mr. Phol, the poultry man of Eighteen-Mile
islund, bus completed a very
lurge chicken house to house his bens,
from which he expects to produce eggs
for winter market.
The Mosier box factory is contem
plating manufacturing doors and win
dows. Why don't some enterprising person
engage in the laundry business in
Mosier? They surely would be well
The next thing Mosier needs is a
drug store and a doctor.
A look at the home ofL. 1). Boyed
last week is still another proof of the
reward of enterprise. Mr. Boyed 's
home is easily the nicest iu East Hood
Kiver valley. The house is a model of
beauty and at the same time combines
the comforts and conveniences of a
modern city dwelling. The lawn in
front and on the south side of the house
looks as if made to order, fitting the
house and surroundings to a "T".
The water supply comes from a reser
voir on the hill west of the bouse,
which is filled by means of a pump
throwing an eight-Inch stream of
water and run by a gasoline engine.
With an abundance of water from the
Bone ditch Mr. Boyed is enabled to
produce one of the tiest gardens in the
valley. Com grows to perfection, a
IhiiiK not generally conceded to Hood
Kiver valley; while all kinds of vege
tables and fruit attain a high degree of
perieeiion. mere is a stalk of oaull
llower standing on a sturdy stalk that
is three feet nign, topped out with
Hood Kiver going dry at this year's i ,uge cauliflower that will measure 12
election. It may cause more irrigation t 14 im.he8 acrOHSi i while and ten.
but we cun stand that. lier. iie pumpkin are scattered over
Mrs. Hurry tirnhb and daughter of ;a small piece while each one of them
The Da Mca me visit ing at the himie of j seems Contesting the right of the others
in tlie same garden. Mr. Boyed has
sold d. wn his quarter section to 4J
M. II. Nickdsen this week.
There will lie services at the church
at 11 a. iu. on Thanksgiving day.
Everyone is invited to bring a tlmnK
ofl'ering, which will be sent to the
deaconess hospital at Spokane.
Henry Batebum's Sunday school
class, chaperoned by the .Misses Mosier
and Gulovson, were most pleasantly
entertained on .Saturday with a trip to
the ltatehuni larm. By previous ar
rangement, the children assembled at
the Mosier house, where Mr. Bateham
met them with his conveyance, and
gave them a most delightful drive over
the hills to Ins home. The time was
pleiismlly sie ut playing games on the
lawn. After the dainty lunch pre-
fmred by the young ladies, Mr. Ilute
lam turned theclulditn loose into his
vineyard and walnut grove, where
acres, part of which he has cleared
recently, and with his bearing orchard
and the new one planted, he has
promise of a good revenue soon. He
intends to burn a kiln of brick next
season and build au apple house,
which will be about as cheap as lum
ber and far preteiable This charming
home is an object lesson to those
seeking investment In the valley. Mr.
Boyed's improvements are all of a
substantial character. What he does
is well done. Ho is a mechanic and
knows that cheap improvements
finally prove expensive. We congrat
ulate Mr. and Airs. Boyed on their
pleasant home, which will always 1
kept while Mrs. Boyed is there.
C. H. Bone and wife were on the
road rtCi'iitly with a brand new rubber
tired buggy, that is both graceful and
silent in its movements. In this fine
turnout behind her favorite roadster
Mrs. Bone look-iuitc satisfied.
Watch chains with a cheap glitter
are iu evidence at Odell today, but 'tis
not all gold that glitters. Strange that
some folks are always ready to buck
some other fellow's game. I know of
hut one sure thing game and that is
the red apple game of Hood Kiver
valley. Try It and in five or six yeurs
you will be a big winner. You will
get money out of it without going to
the trouble of writing home for it.
A concert was rendered last Saturday
night at the union cburcli here to an
audience of about one dozen. Next
time you are coming better give your
notice to the Glacier correspondent,
and then people will know of your
Hubert Morton and Harry Kemp
started forth for a fine day's sport of
fishing last Saturday, and just about
the time they were ready to tempt the
tinny tribe to take the fly, the splash
dam was turned loose and proved a
disturbing element in their day's sport.
We all have our troubles but'they say
you had better tell them to a police
man. The apple picking is nearly over.
Mr. Brock of the Watt orchard has yet
a thousand boxes to gather which will
require his presence for another week.
Mr. Brock has apples lill further orders.
Mr. Gasbode from Portland, who
owns 40 acres with 20 acres of growing
trees, part of the Booth place on Willow
flat, called Saturday at the Little White
Store ou the way to bis orchard. His
brother Just out from Wisconsin, was
with him looking over the valley. He
wants to purchase 40 acres of land.
The lust part of this paragraph is for
the benefit of real estate men. Go after
him and land him.
Rumor Is rife that C. L. Rogers has
closed a deal on the 25-aere tract near
Odell. I've been telling you there
were bargains here, and Rogers kuows
one when he sees it, and backs bis
judgment. But there are others, so
H. M. Poole went to The Dalles last
week to take charge of the plastering
of the Odd Fellows' building there.
Fred Crockett and Mr. Anderson
went overland to The Dalles Thursday.
Fred took a herd of horses to winter
quarters near The Dalles.
Otto Ehrck spent a few days in The
Dalles last week.
Who said the wood business was
dull? The Little White Store people
nave an order tor ttiree cars that they
must buy iu order to fill.
Another transfer of property last
week at Odell. Shelley & Son have
bought the stable recently built by Mr.
Mr. Bone's ?aw mill in Dukes Valley
started up last Monday. The mill is
now roofed over so they can run wet or
dry. This is good news here for it
means Uu me lumber.
The Little While Store is agent for
the Paradise laundry. Goods left here
not later than Tuesday will be returned
Walter Massey, a young man of Dukes
Valley, purchased a piece of land a year
ago on time, and by dint of energy and
bard work lias paid the interest on the
whole thing and his fir-t annual
payment, and besides this has cleared 5
acres and has it already plowed and
money in his jeans. Walter was nut
old enough to vote last week, but during
the last year has without means ac
complished more than the average voter.
A new wagon sheet that will fit over
bows on the wagon is ottered cheap at
the Little White Store.
Ralph Lewis of Belmont spent Sunday
here. He was driving his yearling coli
This ia au Altamont, and will make a
fine driver. The writer is the owner o(
a lull brother of this one of Ralph's,
which in two years should be able to
hit only the high places. When he ia
hitched up, we ought to chase the fes
tive item at long distance.
Mike Neffand family, Mrs. Oiler and
Miss Winans of Hood River were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neff last
Now is the eeasons of long evenings,
when literary clnhs and whist parties
are in order, but we have neither at
Pumpkin pie is the real thing these
days. Try one of the pumpkin pies on
eale at the Little White Store.
If you want nice Christmas books call
on Mrs. Koawell Shelley, who has an
illustrated catalogue. The prices are
right and they can be delivered ou
Davidson Bros, have row after row of
sacked potatoes standing in their orch--ard
on what was part of the Chris Detli
man place. Besides they have acres on
Willow Flat all of them having been
grown on their newly planted orchards.
Notwithstanding the price ia low at
present, yet the coat of a crop
of spuds is nominal where they are
grown in young orchards that must be
cultivated, and bring in quite a revenue.
These people are wide awake and in a
in a few years will have a handsome in
come from apple trees recently planted.
Willow Flat is widely and favorably
known, and why? Because it is in the
hands of men with both means and en
terprise. MOUNT HOOD
The weather bus been very dry for
this time of yeur, up to this week. In
fact it looks dry for the next two years
at least. We don't drink anyway.
Warren M. Cooper pot bis hand
mashed last Friday, or part of tho
fingers on one hand. He caught it
between two blocks of wood In some
Mr. Rluinke is here looking after his
ranch. At present he is located at
LaGrande running an engine on the
road. He will return home this week.
The revival meeting still goes on,
but we don't think it will last much
8. A. Helmer butchered a fat hog
lust week that weighed 405 pounds.
How is that for Mount Hood, we ask?
The Mount Hood Water company
will be incorporated here this week
with a capital stock of $3000 to be
divided into 300 shares at $10 each. It
is the company's intention to file on
2000 inches of water in Hood river.
Falling hair means weak har.
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feed it with the only hair food,
Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks
falling hair, makes the hair
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Mr hair wu ftlltnr ont badl? an4 I vu
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