The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 02, 1905, Image 4

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P. O. Young, professor of economics
and sclology at tne Univeristy of Ore
gon, is the author of a recent bulletin
entitled "Tendencies in Recent Amer
ican Koad Legislation. " The bulletin
is published as one of a new series by
the state university. The press-work
was very creditably done in the ofllee
i 1 1. . I.1. . 1 1 : i
Professor Young in his bulletin
shows that satisfactory progress in
the building and maintenance of
good roads requires first of all an ap
preciation of what good roads mean
for the welfare of the people and
the development of such an organi
zation of their resources as will furn
ish road improvement money and
brains. People must realize what
thoy have at stake in the difference
between good roads and bad roads
and then get such a system of laws as
will indue the largest measure of
effective effort in building good
The bulletin is made up of two
parts. In the first Professor Young
points out the conditions that led to
the most remarkable awakening of
the people of this country during
the last 15 years to the interest they
have at stake in their public roads.
A great national movement has
been organized. The support of the
general government In Its ofllee o
Public Koad Inquiries has been enlist
ed. The agency under lion. Martin
Dodge is rapidly extending its work
It is disseminating most helpful liter
ature on road construction and road
laws, it is testing free of charge road
material and has built object lesson
roads in nearly every state. The very
eminent national uood Koads associa
tion is supported bv about half i
dozen kindred national organizations.
ijvory state probably and many sec
tions and counties are organized to
promote the cause of good roads.
It is clear that the laws that emu
Date from a movement of such spirit
and earnestness have significance and
are valuable as models.
Having shown that the hauls of the
good roads movement lies in the far
reaching importance to a people of
their roads and pointed out the fact
that in the long run good roads are
not whit harder on the pocket book
than are bad roads. Professor Young
goes careruiiy into the laws that have
been the outcome of this movement-
lie gives tabular digests showing
me provisions in the law of the differ
enc states and territories bearing up
on the characteristic foatures as they
were in lHSi); secondly the changes
maue by im ; tnirdiy, those made be
tween that date and 1104. The tend
encies oieany revealed in this new
road legislation are summarized.
Blnoe the meeting of the first cost
of the permanent roads Is the crucial
part of the road problem, that system
of road laws is best which secures the
most equitable distribution of the
burden of road improvement. State
id with state supervision has been
adopted by nearly one-third of the
states as a solution of the problem
01 oosi. inrougn tuis state aid very
satisfactory results have been obtain
ed. New Jersey, Massachusetts,
nectlout and New York have
this policy thorough tests and are rap
idly increasing their state appropria
tions. Among the other new features
in road laws that the bulletin notes
are more serviceable classifications
of roads j provision for skilled super
intendence in the location, construc
tion and continuous repair of roads;
substitution of the money tax for the
labor tax and the rapid Increase of
taxation for road purposes ; work done
under contracts publicly let ; recourse
to bond issues j utilization of convict
labor in constructing roads and pre
paring road material; protection of
roads through favoring use of wide
tires; convertion of toll roads into
public roads.
The phenomlnally rapid dovelodment
of the sentiment in favor of national
aid for road improvement is noted
and the "toning up" elfoot on state
systems that such national aid would
undoubtedly have.
Work on the Portage Koad.
In answer to the inquiry as to how
work on the portage road is nroirress-
lng, contractor Nelson says all is going
smooiniy and satisfactorily, the cold
weatner causing practically no delay.
About 100 men are now at work, says
ne I'uuoa (jnroniofe.
Contractor Tlliortson has two pile
drivers at work and in four days will
oe tnrougnt driving tbe piling at Ce
lllo. Of the 1100 feet to be driven.
about 800 are disposed of. On the
long trestle at Cape Horn one-third
will be completed about the 20th of
March, it is expected that all the
piling will be ilulshed by the middle
of April.
Contractor AJleu, who has charge of
the grading of 50,000 yards, has half
oi tne worK completed, or ffii.OUO yards.
Steel for the Incline track is on its
way and should it arrive iu time the
work of laying the track will com
monoe on the 10th of March.
Celilo is now a village of tents and
among them a large two story mess
house Is much iu evidence. It has
just beeu built at a cost of 11000.
Obenonlth People Send Thanks.
Chenowith, Wash., Feb. 15, 1905.
Editor Glacier: We again beg space
in the Ulacier to thank the good peo
ple of Hood Kiver for their continued
assistance in oonsoqnence of our burn
out. Mr. and Mrs. Miller doubly
thanks Mrs. Fannie Coe for the valen
tine received in due time in the way
vi a nue ooy weighing 8 pounds.
and to say that with no further mis-
fortune.they can get along all right.
Again thanking the generous hearted
of Hood ltiver, we remain Yours
li. C. MILLER.
Gladys Mullin entertained her little
friends, it being her tenth birthday.
Those present were Laura Rand, Jios
sie Wheeler, Leonora Wait, Valeria
Wait, Orva Wright, Myrtlo lirihl.mids,
Eienore Scott, Ueatrice Shrove, Ruth
Shreve, Margaret Hone, Mae Colter,
Rose Johnson, OUio Mayes, Lulu Pra
ttler, Klma Weekly, Alary dinger,
Kathyrn Hartley, Rita Hiatt, Wilmu
Thompson, lirownio lluynes.
Hood River apples are selling for
75 cents a dozen in New York city,
states C. A. Hamilton in a lnttnr
of inquiry to W. J. Maker & Co.
local real estate dealers. Mr. Ham
ilton wants to know if there is an
opportunity to get work in a Hood
Kiver orchard, andwhether the stories
he reads about this wonderful country
are all true. Continuing he says :
"I find in our market, and when I
say our market I mean our Washing
ton market, covering a whole bloc
one firm offering for sale Hood River
apples at IX) cents per dozen and on an
outside stand, a larger sized apph ,
culled Spitzenbnrg (but 1 doubt the
variety! somewhat) at four for a quar-
tor, or ib cents per dozen, and they
sell them.
"Eastern products go at three for
five cents. They are much smallor
but just as juicy, but have a hardm
climate I presume to buck against. "
Annual ItanijiiAt Hoosier Noel My.
Eighty-five natives and former rewi-
dents of Indiana were seated at the
banquet of the lloosier society of
Hood River in the Odd Fellow's hall
last Wednesday nigth, the 22d of
1 ho banquet was a siinituous till air.
After the dinner there were several
spoeches, and some musical numbers,
Leslie liutler of ilutler St Co., bank
ers, was reelected president of the
local lloosier society, and Miss lilad
dys Hartley was chosen secretary.
'resident Uutler Is anxious that the
state lloosier society now being
formed in Portland be secured to hold
their first annual gathering in this
Among the addresses was a talk bv
Rev. J. S. Rhoads of the United
Brethren church. This was followed
by a duet by Miss Hartley and
Miss Orr. Two little girls, Katlirvn
Hartley and May Stewart, then wing
Uolly s JVlumam. ' Miss Wright gave
a condouced report of the happeniugH
in the state of Indiana since the In ft
meetlugs of the 1 loonier club. There
was then a song, "Mr. and Mrs,
M alone. "
George Wilson amused the Itoosiers
with a humorous reading. II. W.
Wait, the inimitable story toller nw
songster, rendered his "Zanzibar" in
graphic style. The house applauded
to the echo.
Other recitations were delivered bv
Nina Hoilowell, Marie and Aldine
Rartmess, Helen Stewart and (larnett
The Napkins used at the banquet
were the present of Mrs. L. llenrv.
who sent all the way to Columbus,
Indiana, to get some of home manu
Mr. Porter of Sears & Porter, the
East Side apple men, has a radish
story that is equal to any of the Hood
River apple stories. While plowing
last week, a radish of the California
White variety was uncovered in the
garden which Has I.V.j inches long;
!i-l?4 inches in 'circumference, and
weighed 11 pounds. The radish had
been planted last spring and contin
ued to grow until the snow three
weeks ago.
Make Fine Maps f (he City.
Murray Kay was recently employed
to draft a map of the city of Hood
Kiver for the Light and Water Co.,
for the purpoco of locating the pipe
and wire system of tho company. The
map is a splendid piece of workman
ship, and excells anything of its. kind
ever executed in the citv before. The
map indicates the diiiereut additions
of Hood Kiver, each of v. hich is
shown in different color. The width
of all streets and lots is accurately in
dicated by ligurcs.
Ned Henderson, tho real estato
and insurance, agent, has nmdo a copy
of the a map for his ollico. It is also
in colors, and is a vory creditable
piece of work for an amateur. While
it is Mr. Henderson 's first attempt of
tho kind, ho may well ho proud of it.
Tho map is a valuable addition to his
real citato ofllce.
Woodmen .Ileum Their Commander.
Woodmen of the World, camp No.
i ot their head eon
. I'siikeiilaiig, and
follo-.ving rosolu-
770, mourn the lo
sul,(!onin under !'
have adopted Hi
I ions :
"Whereas, sin all- i?o God lias tak
en from nmoi'g us our most esteemed
Neighbor and corn-id coiiiuiiider; and
"Whereas, he was one, of tho greatest
men in f ral.onmliMii, being president
of tho fraternal congress; therefore,
bo it.
"Resolved, That this camp extend
our sympathy to his bereaved family
and that a copy of this resolution
be placed on our books; that a copy
be sent to Mrs. Kalkeuliurg, and that
our charter bo draped in mourning
for the period of Do days.. "
l!y order of camp No. 770, V. O. W.
of every description
Inks, Pens, Pencils, Erasers,
Letter Files, Shannon Files,
1? First National Bank
Spraying Material
Bring us your Prescriptions.
15 rosins Rloek.
Has Narrow Fscape In Wreck.
Lincoln Stauffer. who returned last
week from a five niontlis' visit at It in
old home In Ohio, narrowly escaped
serious injury In a wreck on the South
ern 1'acllle in California. One man
was killed in this wreck and another
died later. Over a dozen were in
Two weeks after Mr. Htaufler
arrived at his old home, his father
was taken suddenly sick and died
Mr. Btauffer says tho winter weather
was very pleasant, until a few weeks
ago, when It became vory cold. Mr
Stauffer's ears still bear marks of
frost bites.
Harry Htoel of Wordsworth. Ohio.
came West with Mr. Htaulfer to make
his home in Hood Kiver. Mr.Htaull'er
says there are many people who will
come West this summer to look for
homes in Oregon.
A Dinner Invitation.
After a hearty meal, a dose of
- . " ...
ayspensia l ure will
or indi
prevent an
indigestion. Kodol is a thorough
digestant and a guranteed.cure for In-
digestion, Dyspepsia, lias on the Stoni
ash, Sour liaising, Had Kreath and all
stomach troubles. N. Wakins, lsbus,
ivy., says: l can testify to tlie efllcency
of Kodol iu the cure of Stomach Troub
les. I was aflieted with Stomach
J roubles for fifteen year and have
taken six bottles of your Kodol Des-
pepsiaCure, which lias entirely cured
me. Ihe si x bottles were worth 11,000
to me. Koui oy (j. K. Illinois.
Court Will Convene Each Month.
Special to the Glacier.
Ooldendalo,Wash., Feb. 28. Circuit
court will couveue the second Tues
day of each mouth. There will be no
jury term until there is business
enough to justify it.
Herman Kuhnhausen, Frank Gray
and John Couboy were in Uoldeudale
on laud business before Laud Com
missioner W. li. Presby last week.
Birthday Tarty for Miss Mull In.
Wednesday afternoon, February 22,
Will Present Handing 1'etltlen.
P. C. Sherriob went to The Dalles
Wednesday to attend the meeting of
tho county court and to be present
when tho petition of the Ilarrett and
Crupper farmers Is presented for their
ditch bonding proposition. About
names have been placed on the peti
tion, which includes practically all of
the farmers within the proposed irri
gating bonding district.
Attorney fees anil other expenses
connected with the framing of the
petition will lie paid by subscription
among tne farmers Interested. 1 Ik
Menominee Lumber Co. were glad to
sign the petition when presented to
them, and at once contributed i?f to
ward the expense fund.
Members VYoiulincii I'nlforni Company
The following are the members of
the Woodmen of the World uniform
company instituted last week in
Hood Kiver by llrigadler (leneral J.
O. Jones:
Wm. Ganger, captain; II. A. Cun
ning, lieutenant! W. H. Davis, II.
W. Wait. F. II. lllagg. J. M. Hollo-
well, F. W. MeKouolds, II. A. Taw
ney, J. D. Wall, K. O. Mahaney
H. 8. Morison, S. 1). Garner. II.
Neil, A. Samuel.
Other Woodmen are expected to fall
In line very soon. The Woodmen of
the World have a strong organization
In this city. The order is among the
strongest financially in tho United
Sight Prowling Thieves. ,
Croup and Whooping Cough c nu
like a thief In' the niirlil. Hteallntr in t
fasten the fangs of mortal disease upon
the children bs they peacefully sleep in
their little lieds. Kennedy's Laxative
Honey nd Tar, the new discovery
for Coughs and Colds will drive all
these death-dealing dcamons away
before the doctor can arrive. It pro
tect the lives and health of the little
ones. Contains no opiates. Keep it
handy. Sold by It. K. Williams.
Louis Itoyd (ot to Klamath.
A farewell party was given at Hlooh;
er hall last Friday evening, February
21, in honor of Louis lloyd, who left,
for Klamath Falls, Wednesday ol
this week. He expects to bo gone
about a year.
llie evening was spent- In games
then at a late hour a delicious lunch
was served. All went home wishing
Mr. lioyed a successful and delightful
trip. About 4, friends were present.
Ily the Tonic Honte.
The pills that act as a tonic, and nut
as a drastic purge, are lVWitt's Little
Karly Kisers. They cure Headache,
Constipation, Iiillousness, etc. Early
Kisers Hre small, easy to take and easy
to act a safe pill. Mack Hamilton,
hotel clerk at Valley Citv. N. D. savs:
Two bottles cured me of chronic cons
tipation. Hold by G. K. Williams.
FOR EXCHANGE, a beautiful Or
ange Grove at liiverside, Cal., for II end
River land. Geo. 1). t'tlberteou v; Co.
Take Away the Dead Horses.
If the city authorities of Hood Kiv
er have any regard for the people of
Underwood who cross to th U sido of
tho Columbia to do their trading,
there is a good chance just now to re
move a couple of dead horses from the
road on the sand bar leading to the
Amos Uudcwood and .Tim Havnes
called the Glacier's attention to this
nuisance last Saturday. Passengers
from Underwood !::ive to pass directly
by tho ciuvushw, and tho evil smell
emanating ironi tho (icul horses is
Uncle Amos savs ho ovem ts tho next
thing to sco sonu) i l tho old men,
whom Dr. Osier would have chloro
formed, cast out on the sand liar.
liiillclin Hoards far Train Arrivals.
Large bulletin boards . have been
placed iu each waiting room of the
now passenger depot at Hood Kiver.
This will keep tho traveling pubilc
posted on the arrival and departure of
passenger trains, and will save u largo
number of annoying questions for
the station agents.
The renovated depot is a handsome
improvement to the city. Tho build
ing has boon remodeled and repainted
inside and out. There are now two
waiting rooms, one for women and
one for men. The office room of the
agent and operators has been enlarged
and made handler, and new quarters
for tho baggage and express department:-.
TTT.Mvn i-ntvii v,r i . , .
ju'jiu'i jyivfj main I WHO are under tne erroneous im
pression that they never control money enough to
start a bank account. In this thev are mistaken. We
solicit small accouuts as well as lame. We handle both
with our best care and offer you our services.
Craftsand Bank Money Orders Sold on Ail Parts of the World.
and Building Material!
Established in 1866. Open all the year. Private or
class instruction. Thousands of graduates in posi
tions; opportunities constantly occurring. It pays to
attend our school. Catalogue, specimens, etc., free.
llcailqiiarfcrs fur Engine Crow.
Hood Kiver will hereafter be the
heaequarters for the special online
crew kept busy side liacldiiK cars and
maUiiiK up freight trains between
Uood Kiver ami Cascade Locks.
"It is surpribiiiK what u huuo
amount of freight business has been
developed tit Hood Uiver within re
cent years," remarked Harry (Irubli,
who is lb inn on the t). it. & X.
"i'riday, wo picked up -) loaded
freight iirs between Cascade Locks
and Hood Uiver, and left out 'Si more.
Between 'i.' and ;k) cars are picked up
every day, and as many set out. if
the Oregon Lumber Co's. mill wore
running there would he Id or lo more
cacti day to take up
A Defsriii'llve lire.
To draw lire out oj' a burn, or heal ti
burn without It-nvinir a scar, use De
Witt 's Which Hazel Silve. A specific
for Tiles, (let the 1'cmiiuc. ,1. L. Tuck
er, editor of (he, Centre,
Ala., writes: "1 have used DeWitls
Wbitcli Hazel Salve in my family for
Piles, cuts and burns. Ii'lithc best on
the iimrkit. Kvcry family si ould
keep it on hand, hold l,y I.. K. H ill
iains. Admitted In Sabliers Home.
I. M. Perkins, the old soldier who
has been living out on the State road,
I1., miles west of town, uas admitted
to the soldiers' home at liosobuitf last
woeK. lhe old man is unifo feeble and
nearly blind. His ago is 711. A. L.
Phelps, commander of Canby post.
accompanied the old man to 1,'ose-
liern. ,o transportation beinir
lllowed by the state or nat ional Kov-
ernment fcr taking old soldiers to tho
home, a subscript ion paper was started
t .v J I . h. Dauo and II, J. lSyrkett. and
iu a few minute. wi re subscribed
by citi 'e;:s to pay tin expenses of the
trip, and .Mr. Phelps left with his
chai se Sat unlay moi iiiiik'
It "ill brinj; rich, red hlood, firm
llesb and muscle. Thai's what lloll
islers Kooky Mountain Tea will do.
Taken this incut li, keeps you well all
siiii-mer. ;:.") cents. lo:l or Tablets. At
C. V Clarke's.
, guaranteed. Call and look through the Stock.
Clad to show you around.
Undertaker and Embalmer
Staple and
Fancy Groceries
I Jl W j e -Mar
Groceries, Flour and Feed,r iaJestic esaDa Range
and btiletto Cutlery.
Notions, Glassware, Crockery, etc.
WOOD & SMITH BROS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Flour and Feed
Only Exclusive Grocery Store in the City. Free Delivery. Phone j
Full line of Gloves and Mittens, 25c to $ 1 .."(.
First Grade Vales Goodyear Snow Excluders-
Men s 1 and a-biickle 1 .,"() to S 1 .7.1
Ladies' 3-buckle , -il.Tc
Misses' and Children's 1 -buckle r()c to 7." 5
All discuses of KMnevs,
Bladder. Urinarv Oik ius,
Al-o Rheumatism. R.u k
Rclie, Heart Piwtse Gravel,
Dropsy, Feaialo Troubles.
IVm't Wroma tHsoouraijed. There la a
cure lor you. I f ti.v,-v-.:)I utile u I enm-r.
Ili luis spt'ttt n liu- i inn' runni;- 'iim such
cases a j'dtirs. All tviiMiluiMit; tiee.
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li ml liiu'ka.'lM1 I 'mv 1 ikc-cI :i
Ltriri' as :i inat-hlo, Tint !!( (t,L
fiutlnT foniiutam- i wcur
mhlcr, Aftor
mit r's K Uliu'V
i nt :i r! half as
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lto. k Fre.
FR0HN & HEATON, Proprietors.
(Successore to C. S. True.)
Fresii and Salt Meats, Groceries,
Flour and Feed.
Cull and see the new firm on the I f ekrh'ts.
Free Delivery. Phone 15G.
P. F. FOUTS, Prop.
RATES, $2.00 to $2.50 PER DAY.
Steam heat. Larcre nioasant rooms. Evorvtliino- ww-
i - r '
Sample room for commercial travelers.
"ure t tiro 1 m'uhir. !r
!in-r, i'rt doiiia.N. Y
Korsuie hy c. X. (.'LAKliK, llooil Kiver.
KDWIN A. HEM1EKS9N, Manaifer.
(Nolnry Public for Oregon.)
For Rent.
Two fiirnislit il rooms lor light house
kfepinp, centrally located.
One or two houses on the hill.
City Property for Sale.
Lots on the installment plan.
Two lots, kirn, west end ot town ; im
provement, Irnit trees; $850: Urma.
Two lots on the hill, south of post
otliee; Imrxttin ; $450 cash.
Lot and stone foundation for house in
Wmansadd; bnrpiin at $:i"o cash.
Three lots on lull south of Donahue's,
tine well and outhouses; Iota 60x100;
f40(). half cash.
Two lots on the hill for sale; price,
f-iw en mi. JiOts OUV13U Ut.
Jwo lots overlooking the Columbia
unil lloo.l rivers. I'nee, $500, part cash
balance $10 per month at 8 per cent,
(i-room house, plat-tered, corrugated
iron woodt-lied, insured for 8 veare for
f.XKi, Hilly paid up, Iot80xi;t0; price,
$1IK, easy terms.
Two lots IWxlOO, 8-room house, plas
tered and papered, fences and sidewalks
city water and telephone, 2-sU)rv barn
.Mx:iO, $L'UX); $1000 down, balance mort.
pige at 8 per cent.
bichtly lot and fine new 6-roomed
house on hill, $1100; ftiOO or more cash.
Country Property.
14 a. improved, $05 an a. ; $(i00 down ;
uamnce 3 years at 8 per cent.
4 a. game location ; house, barn, out-
nouses; all improved; $1750. Te r m s
xaATES BUGS., Fro-prie
Fresh & Cured
If your tickets read over the Denver
and Km Grande ltailrmd, the
"Scenic Line of the World,"
There are so many scenic attractions
and points or interest along t he line
la-tweeu Ogden and Denver that
the trip never becomes tiresome.
If you are going East, write fir infor
mation and get a prettv book that will
tell you all about it.
Stoves! Stoves
We purchased recently a, nimntitv of Sf.qpl T?py
StOVeSat about 50 On thfi dollar :ul nmno.,,
our customers the opportunity to buv nt less th.-m
...1. ..1 . 1 1T ... '
vuioiesnie. e nave them m ."; nni nn.;, i,
i , , . . i i . .
ituu are a price o SJ f &to ,,,,,1 r
These stoves
Vi. C. McBKlDE, General A:
124 Third Street,
are standard rools. fn!
top and heavy steel sides, with swinjr toi
nuts very lare wood.
t hottoin
which ad-