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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1905)
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SMALL BERRIES ARE
NOT GOOD SELLERS
i rule, Hood River berries
it: Lake in bettor sljiqie than
it tr:iHlu.iTii," remarked
i.rtiu, (if the (J. S.Martin &
ii u!o con. mission hiniMrt nf
.idt Lhm City, who was in ilood
Kivrr .Mi.mky conferritiK with the
li-nil. oliiipj iTa concerning tho coming
".No fruit Motion lt:is learned tn
pack thp fruit do the Hood liiver
ro',vi.r,-. hut w iu.d theu a Hood
nn, r grower v. ill l.o ii'iuid who jiutH
small berries at t.:m Lot torn of the
mixes. io u msri.o'J. though, ovory
thi ami tho fruit di alers cut such
govon out wlionovor they can.
J. uiir trait will nun Uio market
!;n,o. V.o can't a;d; u high
fur i mail lit-rniw. when the
know t uaL iu a few days they
litvt ejus;, hiiino grown berries
i - oii;.: .0 j.i ii-o. It in hard even
i no si. mil in -Tries ou to the
:. 1 ii'v caniu.it eell them
at a n
Tho iaiti i i-t
a Hay. re
jircs's fl" 1-fciiiiU-ii'iu
a BiHHl many straw-
; vi.ii'i)fu bony sections
'icu City and Prevent,
mi s out about 10U0 crates
iddpniciits are all by ex
Try bindncss not being
". Id, i d ,in I'tuli to war-sdiirnieiitH.
"ilntto . one of our markets when
Otokou U-rritv are out of the way.
Nsc-t'Tu '. omiiiL' and Colorado take
Kood deal of fruit, and .some of tho
horrries iro aii tho wtiv to Nebraska
-) t o ;
very fine fruit,
d tii" lout; dis-
meni. tlu.t U.e Hood Kivor
. iiirry .'rov.er act
. rate for their fruit,
'led It cod liiver
i. (if, !;,. !
k. .':..( ;.
-! x . i t c
i club and u few
: litfliti' uhy enter-
ew.'iiing tit l.ook
lioine of jMr. and
he. on Hood River
spend a year on the Pacific coast
Mr. lckwire handed the Glacier a
copy of tho (iraud Ledge Independ
ent, of recent date. The stories of 21
below zero would make oue shiver
even at this distance. The followiug
is clipped from the Independent:
"A letter from X. A. Wickwire this
week asks us to change tho address
on his copy of the Independent to
Hood River, Oregon, care of Mount
Hood hotel. This would indicate
that iJert is located in a high altitude,
lie says that he has lost some tlosh
since leaving Grand Ledf;o, but is no
shadow yet. Mrs. Ws health is not
any better than when here. Iu clos
ing he says: 'Now don't forgot about
the paper, for we cannot keep house
without it. ' "
HOOD RIVER WILL
rd.i were counted,
via.- awarded tirst
china cake blate.
nas presented with
. In honor of tho
y of Washington's
s wry rcttily dec
ioiial colors, and
t small American
at cards, the
! w ith snow-white
ly luncheon was
Tile women cltoso
'. When tho L'ood
at en. Mr. Clarke
mini of corn cob
npply of his choice
tobacco and a box
s iii a spaciomis iiroplaoe
, ia! attract iveness to the
home of Mr. and Mrs.
ail were loath to depart.
' 1. t jane i
.joyable occasion, and
e.i to play whist there
J. Kinnaird assisted
: r. and Mrs. (!. Ii.
.'ii, X. lilvthe.
Mr. and Mrs. C.
o. Mr. mid .Mrs.
and Mrs. Will
Mr-. ''. J. Kin
.U A. M. Kelsav.
!). Moe, Mr. and
t. Mr. and Mrs. ,).
and Mrs. Al. 1
and .Mrs. C. 1.
'. and Mrs. Jl. L. Vorse,
A t.ilcivililc Ccnieierj'.
;. sexton at Jdlmvildo
e ill) .-, iat.ii of Cue city,
are t.i;w for sale in the
! e i . I.s recently clenied.
t 1 of i locks are all
ail i' ".
t;- i '
s tiie tivoperty
ty asrociat ion,
ee lode.es Gild
't'l oration that
::U cf Jot.- s.' all
d Jo t '' Ceii'-
Hood River proposes to be wellrepre
sented at the meeting of the Oregon
Development League at Portland, April
4 and 5 The following are tho del
egates as appointed by President C.
K. H. Shepard, V. II. Eecles, Les
lie Butler, O.K. Hone, A. S. Blowers,
J. R. Xickelseu. J. L. Carter, W. S.
Gribblo, F. A. Cram, J. L. Hender
son, J. l- Hatchelder, It. R. Harbi
son, G. R. Castner, S. R Fonts, A.
A. Jayne, A. C. Stuten, Roswell Shel
ley, W. J. Uakor, (. E. Williams,
Frank Davenport, O. Vanderbilt, S. E.
liurtmess, J. A. Wilson, C. I). Thomp
son, William Kennedy, L. K. Morse,
H. F. Davidson, C.' K. Markham,
li. X. lilvthe, A. I. Mason, C. L.
Gilbert, T. A. Kcavis, A. D. Moe,
Murray Kay, J. F. Watt, G. 1). Wood
worth, X. C. Kvans, David Sears.
Development League to Meet.
Special to the Glacier.
rortland, Or., Feb. 27 The Oregon
I'evoloi, merit League will hold a con
vention in the city of Portland, Tuesday
uiii ii ctaes.i.iy, April 4 ami o.
There ni'e now liftv-nne regularly or
ganized bodies holding membership in
the Oregon Development League, and
this makes the largest and best organ
ized state m the l nion there is no
other state organization in the United
States which can be compared with it
in completeness of representation.
The io. lowing towns, embracing every
section of Oregon, are represented in
the state league by local organizations:
Albany, Arlington, Ashland, Astoria,
linker Citv, Hnrii", Condon, Corvallis,
Cottage Grove, Dailas, Drain, ICcho,
Elgin, Kiiirview. Forest Grove, Grant?
Pass, llarrisburg, Heppener, llillsboro,
Hood liiver, Huntington, Independence,
lone, Irrigon, Jefferson, Joseph. Junct
ion City, Klamath Kails, La Grande.
Lebanon, Marshiield, McMinnvillo,
Medmrd, Myrtle Creek, Newberg, Nor
th (tend. North Yamhill, Oakland, On
tario, Oregon City, Pendleton, Portland,
l'riiieville, ltoHcburg, Salem, The DalleB,
Union and Vale.
The general ollieers are as follows:
President, E. L. Smith, Hood River;
Secretary and Treasurer, Tom Richard
son, Portland: vice presidents, F. J.
lilakeley, Koseburg; A. Hennett, Irrig
on ; V. V. Waters, Salem ; J. II. Aitkin,
Huntington; S. (I. A. Howlby, Astoria.
A reception w ill be tendered the Lea
gue by the Portland Commercial club.
The railroad rates for the occasion will
be announced later.
The active ollieers of the league are
determined that this gathering shall
result in a plan being descided upon
that will insure all the different inter
ests ot Oregon heing so represented on
tlie grounds ot the Lewis ami Olark ex
position as to enable every visitor to get
reliable data regarding any portion of
this state noon any subject. Home-
seekers are now visiting every part ot
Oregon anl there will tie many thous
ands coming here during the fair, who
will desire to investigate the different
sections of the state, and it is the pur
pose of the League tn be of assistance
A complete program is being arranged
and will be given out latter. A dollar
dinner to be given by thrt members of
the League bus been discussed, but is
not. yet definitely decided upon.
FALLS INTO WELL
AND IS DROWNED
Marion, the three-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davenport, fell
into a well shortly after six o'clock
Sunday evening and was drowned
before he could be taken from the
The little fellow followed his father
out of the house as he went to the
barn. Returning iu but a few min
utes, Mrs. Davenport asked for her
son, when search was immedately
made for the boy. The well was one
of the first places to lie Investigated.
The little body was soon recovered,
and a doctor was summoned, but all
effort to restore life was futile.
Mr. and Mrs. Davenport live near
the planer of the upper lumber yard
of the Davenport Bros. Lumber Co.,
at Belmont. Funeral services were
conducted Tuesday from the resi
dence. The family have the sympa
thy of the community in their sudden
Masons Conduct Peters' Funeral.
George P. Peters, who died Friday
morning, February 24, was buried
Sunday morning, under the auspicos
or noon Kiver Lodge, Xo. Hfi, A. F.
and A. M. Mr. Peters had been a Mason
for 50 years. He came from Oswego,
Kans., last Octolier, and since then
lived at the home of his son-in-law,
It. D. Gould, of this city.
Peters was born in at Heltenville,
Ind., October 14, 182(5. He leaves one
son, George T. Peters, at .Prescott,
Ariz. ; three danghtors, Mrs. Charles
Scheuck and Miss Lilian Pe
ters, of Chicago and Mrs. R.D. Gould
of Hood River.
brought quiet and with it came Mrs.
H. M. Wood, holding in her hands a
beautiful, comfort, which was a gift
from the aid society to the pastor's
wife, and in the beautiful and impres
sive speech made by Mrs. Wood, Mrs.
Evans was assured that it was a token
of their love for her. ' Then came the
luncheon, and all in all we were made
to know that we were not in Russia,
but in our own beautiful Hood River,
where the big red apple and pound
ings are plentiful May they contin
ue. Thanks for all to all.
W. C. EVANS and FAMILY.
Death of W. H. League.
William H. League, brother of
Mrs. W lllmm Ganger of this city,
died early Friday morning, after Butter
ing several months from consumption.
Mr. League was aged about 3T voars.
He came to Hood River a year ago
from Windsor, Mo. He leaves a
wife and oue child.
Funeral services were conducted
Sunday afternoon at the M. E.
church, of which the deceased was a
member. Services at the grave in Idle
wilde cemetery were iu charge of the
local camp of the Modern Woodmen
Death of Cclestia MetcalNJahfiel.
Mrs. Colestia Gabrial, wife of L.
W. Gabrial, and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Metcalf of this
city, died at her home iu Hood Riv
er, Thursday, February 23. Funeral
services were conducted bv Rev. W.
C. Evans at the M. E. church, Satur
Colestia Metcalf-Gabrial was born
near Canton, Kansas, May 15, 1889,
making her less than 16 years old at
the time of her death.
In June, 1904, she was married to
L. W. Gabriel of this city.
aee ; '.:.i:e. have been
'i.i 'Very in recent
:'t'T,y is sit tiatcd in a
.tie, and with leiity of
in i:'.ivn scd, Ht xtou
- to make ldlcwihie as
iery as Kiverview in
i i.'iicn U icl
a.l' ..,!(. ol il- sTiiO-s (lie
I'l.s I i ,,i-'-. million, I'lteilino-
'.'1(1 .1 . ii' ,',,1 ,i, , t ,r,.
'p Irani ! ;. ;.. n : .- .Sow bi a-o'. en
- ',,is::,o ,i . Y '.,eKi mi, n, of
ii.i'i'T .1 ;,r: s A 'a , v ri e : "I bad
u ii: with i' n'.-i, u ii It r the
e ol' ,, o doctors, but was lettiih' no
f 1-M I " - i" t k" Dr. K:i!!'V
Ti" li't do-e ;;;e i' r-
, and ore l o'tl ctir.'d in,,." Sure
e to-' - !, t! ro;.!. , , . in ol i ii eatigiis
! co s. ( iimrantcd at C. N. Cl-irkc'g
".; " i re,-; ,'ee .ic and $1.00. Trial
f-iiiUtiiie To. idled
o i one if ridlli'f
I't ti o ('l;;,t,,l
', a r
ong on the
i river during
e to loo!; ii. on
and t'':0:-e of
' i'i x a number
thai ticy are
idoie. that one
ai nhiht that
'. ilnesscd by the
cuing train of
!;,'' savs Sam
1 1 il on tiio YtV li
no iug JVoiii the
..,! Iit feet and
..e iJ 1 mount:, in
-. it. looked like
' ii n of a city set
I e.:i.t,ii':il to look
ti- sad -I'i! ve
.-oii.r liiiia's ri,;
,1(1-. of (
i' !i e
s le-uits fr-'lli
that is ii'-eiied i-
' r ain's M-uraeh
1 ,'iey Will inyior-
eie.theii ill" di-
-n act as a gentle
tho health of
ve h ft-ki i i'tuii Poison.
'; i:e ,f G.him! Ledge.
: . i- e.i u; iioei! River two
rail' i:ii'',',i a case of pui
t!y lior arriving, and for
:;ii i'; I inic'isily from the
Mr. Wickwire is here for
his wife and expects to
r.'ilminnleil Confidence In Hood River.
"1 wish to congratulate tho Glacier
on its enterprise in installing a Sim
! lex type setter, and diseading the
patent outside, an improvement that
took nerve to make, in a Held cir
cumscribed as Hood River is," writes
Certain J. P. Shaw of Portland.
"Tli is improvement shows two
things: That Bro. Moe has un
bounded confidence in Hood River,
and that tho people swear by tho Gla
cier, as is evidenced by their support
of the paper. Let this communitv of
good fellowship continue and both I
h ill prosper.
"When my thoughts dwell upon the
land frauds cases, and other villain
ous transactions of our legislative
bodies, there comes to my mind
that remark of Cicero: 'O tomnorn!
) mores 1' Oh, Lord ! how long will
we continue to he fouled by the wily,
slimy, pot-house poiltition? Then
think- that when this comes to pass,
the days will grow old, and the blood
will run cold and the gates of eterni
ty will wide unfold, and not until this
takes placo will tho partisan fool open
wido his eyes to the conditions now
menacing our country. I seem to
think, however, that I can discern a
slight rift in the clouds, yet which
may be only spasmodic the fight
that is now on in Kansas and other
states against tho Standard Oil octo
pus, whose tentacles reach to the
uttermost parts of tho earth. That
the people may succeed iu their
ell'orts, let us pray. "
From the Coutier it is noted that
the Grand Army boys of Oregon City
have caught tho Captain to lead the
coming encampment, and to assist iu
making the Grand Army day at the
Lewis and Clark fair a success. The
Captain took an active part in Grand
Army work when in this city, and of
course ho i h iun l to lie in it wher
ever i,e goes.
Name it Win. (. L'liot Jr., wall.
The basement of the First Unitarian
church, corner State street and Park
avenue, has boon fitted up and ftir
iiiMied from funds of the Woinans all
i nice. The hall will known as the
William G. Kliot. jr. hall in honor
.if Mr. Kliot. who was instrumental
; in organizing- the Unitarian society
in Flood Liver.
Titis week's neeting of the Woman's
j Alliance , ill to hd i in this hall.
Ti e Sunshinn society of the Uni
tarian church will meet Saturday
i afternoon at the hon e of Mi-s Kdna
il'.imis. This society is doing much
I in tho way of litemry instruction and
i general culture tor the young ladies
01 the church. Mrs. W. M. Stewart
: has been the leader in tho organiza
tion and tho worr of the society and
j is deserving of p. is for her untiring
It would have been Incredible brut
ality if Chas. Lemherger, of Syracuse ,N.
Y., had not done the best he could for
bis suffering son. "My boy" he says,
"cut a fearful gash over his eye, so I
applied Bucklen's Arnica salve, which
quickly healed it and saved his eye."
Good lor burns and ulcers too. Only
25c at C. N. Clarke's drug store.
Card of Thanks.
JMr. and Mrs. B. T. Young desire to
sincerely thank their kind friends for
their many kindnesses during the ill
ness and death of their daughter Sadie.
Pleasant and Harmless.
Don't drug the stomach to cure a
cough. One Minute Cough Cure cuts
the mucus, draws the inflammation
out of the throat, lungn and bronchial
tubes, heals, sooths and cures. A quick
cure for croup and whooping cough.
Sold by (. E. Williams.;
bdennooil Wants Ken Bridge.
Hermann Kuhnhausen and others
from Gluewood were in the city Sat
urday in relation to land business be
fore Commissioner Presby. savs the
Goldendale Agriculturist. The con
solidated school has started up says
Mr. Kuhnhausen, with Samuel lteithor
a teacher. The attendance owinu to
the weather is not as yet large, but
will rapidly increase in a few days.
The Glenwood grange people had
special doings ou February il.
A petition to move the old bridge
crossing of the Big Klickitat at tho
Bishop placo three miles up the river
is now being circulated in tho Camas
Prairie country. The present bridge
is in bad shape, was put in its pres
ent location many years go. It is
not in the best place in'these days to
accommodate Glenwood and Camas
travelors. By moving it three miles
up the stream some five or six miles
of travel can be saved while a much
better and easier grade is at hand.
And the cost of putting the grade iu
shape for wagons will not lie in any
ways large. As the bridge has got
to le rebuilt, it is beloived that the
commissioners will grant the wish of
the Western Klickitat people.
('Iiniiinioii Liniment fur Rheumatism.
Chas. Drake, a mall carrier at Chan-
Invillc, Conn., savs: "Chamberlain's
Pain Balm Is the champion of all lini
ments. The past year I was troiiled
a great deal with rheumatism in my
shoulder. After trying several cure's
the storekeeper here recommended this
remedy and it has completely cured
me." There is no use of anyone suffer
ing from that painful ailment when
this liniment can be obtained for a
small sum. One application gives
prompt relief and ita continued use for
a short time will produce a permanent
cure, Korsale by Williams Pharmacy.
The model dairy farm at the Lewis
and Clark exposition in which every
thing pretaining to scientific dairying
methods, the result of the recent agri
cultural research, is to be shown, will
prove of particular interest to those in
terested in dairying.
A Safe Cough Medicine for Children
In buying a cough medicine for child
ren never be afraid to buy Coaniberlan's
Cough Remedy. There is no danger
from it and relief Is always sure to fob
low. It is especially valuable for colds,
croup and whooping coughs. For sale
by Williams Pharmacy.
Some idea of the privation endured
by Lewis and Clark in their expedition
to the great Northwest may be gleaned
by careful examination of "the exhibits
characteristic of the earlier history of
If taken this month, keeps you well
all summer. It makes the little ones
eat, sleep and grow. A spring tonic
for the whole family. Hollisters Rocky
Mountain Tea iif cents, Tea or Tablet,
at C. N. Clarke's.
But seldom are some of us afforded an
opportunity to hear the worlds famous
bands. Jinny of them have been en
gaged to play at the fair, among them
being limes, De Caprio's, Kllerv's the
Hawaiian Imperial hand.
We again invite you to try
I "Upper Crust7!
I Flour j
It is to your advantage to do so.
Another car just in.
DR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums.
Office over Jackson's Store,
riione 101)1. Oak HI. Kntranee.
Was a (ilreat prising.
"ATe were informed a few weeks ago
that if the saloons of our city were
closed we would have quiet within
our borders, but alas on Monday
afternoon tho people began to disturb
the quiet of tho Methodist parsonage,
and as the afternoon began to merge
into the evening the disturbance be
came so great that we were at a loss to
decido whether we were in Russia or
in Hood River. As the night began
to got a firm grip on us, the people
were pouring into our house and con
tinued until about UHl or more were
sitting or standing while others weie
peering iu, saying wnere can we
"git?" We arose and demanded an
explanation, and many voices came in
answer, saying: "We aro hereto give
you one of the soundest poundings
known in these parts;" and they be
gan to lay them on, and on until the
old table iu the dining room seemed
to cry out: "When will the end
After the people young and old had
mixed and mingled in a most delight
ful way, there was a voice which
Declaration Day is coming and you
will want to have your lot fixed up' be
fore that time. We have a large slook
ou hand and are prepared to till orders
promptly and give satisfaction. Work
done good and at the lowest prices. A
postal wiril sent to us will bring you
the samples. Try It.
WATI'S MAhBLE WORKS,
The Dalles, ( re.
BERT G. BOARDMAN,
Has opened a
and will keep on hand a first
elnss stock of
Groceries, Flour and Feed
The public is invited toeal
nnd inspect the stock. A
square deal for all.
J. T. HOLM AN
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
Fresh and Cured Meats,
A FULL LINK OF
Flour and Feed.
Fitici; DicLivF.in .
U. 8. COMMISSIOXKH.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Abstracts, Conveyances, Insurance
and Financial Agent.
The Old and Reliable and Up-to-date Real Estate Agent. 2." years a resident of t he
City and Valley. 20 years in Real Estate and Insurance in town. If you want (o buy
or .sell Real Estate, come and see nie.
The following list is only a small portion of lands we have for stile:
1. 5 room bouse and over an
acre of land. Most sightly loca
tion In town. Ab nit 40 fruit trees
and other fruit. Kasy terms.
2. Lot C()xl3-'), good location
and fine view 250
3. One acd one half lots on
State .'treet, fenced, sidewalk and
I:' you cannot e.ti, ,-letp nr witU, ft-el
rniau, oros and njriy, take lbi!i-ter's
U'C!;y Mountain lea this month. A
tonic for a I the sick, There is no rem
edy equal 10 it. ;io cents Tea or Tab
lets al C. X. ClurUes.
4. Six fine lots on lite bill, very
5. A good building lot in IJar-rett-tipma
6. Small h'Hise and good lot in
7. House and lot and good barn
in g.md sightly location
8. A good business corner on
Oak street, 75x100 ftel. Three
good buildings on the property...
AImo the exclusive Hale of loin
in Kiverview i'urlc and Idlewihle
1 25 acren h miles from town
on the Last aide; good apple land
about 'A acres cleared and 40 fruit
trees set A house, one half mile
from scdool, on K. F. I), route K00
2. 5 acres 2 miles from town on
West side. All ill cultivation; 2
acres in strawlierries; a few fruit
trees; a 4 room hou-e; hmiiiII ham;
close to church. Kasy terms 1500
8. 20 acres of good apple land,
unimproved, 12 miles from town 750
4. 40 acres 0 miles from town,
37 acres In cultivation, 4 acres in
straw lierries, 400 apple trees of
the liest varieties and tn tine eon
dition, several acres in alfalfa and
cover; all good land, one-half
mile fiom school and with one nf
the best views in the valley,
i. 10 acres of unimproved land
(i miles from town, b-vel and eas
ily irrigated; will grow ally kind
of crop-; close to school and
irrigating ditch uoo
6. 20 lien of unimproved land
6 miles from tow n, level and eas
ily irrigated; will grow any kind
of crops; close to school and
7. K0 acres six miles from town
on West side; 4 acres in bearing
orchard; cnek runs through the
place; fine lor fruit or gras; good
4-rooin house 3500
8. Hany Brown place nf 5 acre
4 acres in sirawlH-ir.e; horse,
wagon, harms, farm tools and a
-inch wa'er rght go with the
WE AR10 HANWJXO TIIH
Also Nozzles, Bamboo Extensions, Extra
Caps, Hose Connections, ns well as the best.lineof
Spray Hose that money tan buy.
NORTON & SMITH
Hunt Wall Paper Co
Curries everything in the line, including
KrinKIed Silks, Silk Embossed, Tapestries, Moires,
Ingrains, Varnished Tiles, Blanks, etc.
Up-to-date Paper Hanging:, Sign,
Carriage and House Painting.
Phone 071 . First and Oak Streets.
1 tCTtX.fS 1 til I r. 1 1
t m m mm i m. in . 'd & w m m m 1 'a
Our Ilulidsomely lllUhlraied and llcscriplive liitl.i Cut'dotf tells all aoout the
Best Seeds, Plants, Shrubs, Poultry and Bee Supplies, Fertilizers,
Tools, Spray Pumps, Garden Supplies, etc.
We carry Immense slocks, make quick deliveries and promise that your
eiders will have our most careful attention.
Don't buy Mtpplies in the above lines without first eonsulf nt? our 1005 Illus
tl"ded nod l)'-"li.ll'e C.tl)"K. fl'i'e on loott
Prescriptions filled only by
Who have have had years of experience in the
should be an incentive to yon to lain
your Prescriptions and Family Itecipes.
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumber and Cedar Posts
Telephone No. .'51.
HOOD RIVER, OR.