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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1905)
BEAUTIFUL NOVELTIES IN
f 4415 Spring Dress Goods, Silks, Laces,
iittN. Trimmings, Embroideries, Hosiery S
" - Don't fail to look them over.
I f yiSlS f Latest Spring Shirt Waists
V H 1 in an endless variety of the right sorts. Prices less
A than the materials. Call and thein.
i ff Yours truly, I
I -$S FRANK A. CRAM. 1
0. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Clilcuso Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Npoktino I Iyer, Hills p. ni.
Nd. li, Mail ami KxirvMn, 10:50 p. m.
No. 21, Way KrclKlit, 12:10 p. m.
No. 22. Kasl Freight, 4:0f a. m.
No. 1, Cortland Hppctal, :i;03 p. m.
No. .1, Porlland Flyer, 5::ia. m.
No. 5. Mail and KxpreMH, 4:4s a. ra.
No. 2:1, Way Freight, H:2S a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight, 5:l.i p, m.
Hood River Weather Report.
For week endinir Tupudny, Mch 2: Mean
maximum, S.4; mean mlnimnm,89.40; mean,
4!i.- HiKltesl temperature, tiK Feb. 24; lowest,
III0 night ol Ket. 25. Preclplatlnn.71 of an Inca.
1). N. IIYKHLKK, Observer.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Cranberries at Ilolman's.
Money to loan E. II. Ilartwig.
Buckwheat flour at Ilolman's.
All views at half price at Coe &Son's.
Celery and cabbage at Ilolman's.
Fresh smelt at McGuire Bros.
New cornel beef at McUuire Bros.
Kice, 20 Hs for $1, at Ilolman's.
. A 40 sheet pen tablet, note size, for 3c
at Coe & Son's.
See that fine line of brooms at Ilol
man's. Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Gloves and mittens at cost. Largest
stock in Iho city. Must reduce the
stock. S. J. Frank.
Temple, the Jeweler, has moved into
the Smith building, opposite Williams'
W. .1. Baker has some beautiful lots
for sale near Chas. Clarkb'g residence
on the hill.
Full line of all kinds of meat, fresh
and cured, at Ilolman's.
Do your eyes fail you? Come in and
see C. II. Temple, the oculist, who is
prepared to test ami fit your eyes, and
has the largest stock of glasses in the
A fine farm for sale in the Odell dis
trict. Well improved. Sold at a bar
gain if taken soon. W. J. Baker.
If your watch is out of order come
and see C. II. Temple, the watch maker,
who will repair your watch, and save
time, save money, and have your watch
last many years more than it would if
you go to some one, who has not had
the many years experience I have.
Best selection of rings ever brought to
Ho id River. Over 200 styles. U. H,
S. K. Bartmuss has a first class uphol
sterer In his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds ol repair work.
WANTED, 200 acres of first-clas-i AP
PLE LAND, unimproved, a few miles
south of Mosier, Oregon. MiiBt be cheap
for cash. Apply to Geo. D. Culbertsou
& Co. .
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Vre You ThinKing
of making a new wrapper for
Spring? Let us show you the
pretty new patterns of materials
we have. Little Prices.
Our Notion Counter
contain" hundreds of little article
that you need about your daily
w. rk. Come just to see.
It s a little early, but the spring
sun and winds are bad to tan.
i in white I
ason s Ix-amum creations
in white and colors. Wewillbe
glad to have von ctlt and see
them. Little Prices.
WH W4I 1
Utah Land Plaster is the only good
kind at Davidson Fruit Co.
Call and see the new firm on the
hill for meats and groceries. Our prices
will please you. Ideal Market.
Do you live in this part of the coun
try? Then buy home-made fruit boxes.
They are all right and the ppices are
rignt. At laviuson fruit Co.
Prices are right on the meats, grocer
ies, flour and teed at the Ideal market
on the heights.
Before purchasing anything in the
watch, clock or jewelry line, get my
prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Special A 160-page pencil composi
tion book for 3c at Coe & Son's.
50 acres on the East Side, 2 miles
out. 10 acres in young orchard. A snap.
V. J. BAKER.
Latest designs in ladies watcher; gold
filled, solid gold, and also with diamond
setting. Also a full line of gentlemen's
watches. C. 11. Temple.
Mantle clocks, with gold plated front,
warranted not to tarnish, at C. II.
Always go to where you can get a
square deal in meats, groceries, Hour,
and feed. See the Ideal market on the
Every article in my Btock marked
down at greatly reduced priced, ('all
and look them over. Clarke the jew
eler. Get your harness oiled and repaired
for the spring worn soon to begin. Sher
man Frank is the harness man who is
prepared to do the job.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
he hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Kiverview park and Idlcwild. See
There is a stole in Hood River town,
Known to all the people roun I ;
The place to get your peanuts hot,
Is at Coe & Son's, they hit the spot.
KK) acres, U miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main road; good spring; $2o an
acre; will divide; tine apple land. Also
other Mosier property. VV. J . Ba ker & Co.
House and lot in Spokane on desirable
residence street. ill trade for Hood
River farm property. VV. J. Baker &
C. W. Betts, a physical director for
merly of Portland but now of The
Dalles, is arranging to give lessons in
physical culture. Mr. Betts comes
highly recommended. All wishing par
ticulars should apply to L. U. Morgan
or G. V. Betts at The Dalles.
Buy vour berry crates and fruit boxes
at the Hood River box factory. They
are homemade and the fruit sells at top
prices when packed in them. Hood
River fruit deserve good boxes, and
when you buy from the Hood River Ikx
foctory you are sure of a supply when
you want them. Our prices are right.
Davidson Fruit Co.
Thing's You Need
this time of year:
Pruning Shears, Pruning Saws,
Pruning Knives, Axes, Hatchets,
Mattocks, Spades, Shovels, Rakes
Hoes, Forks, Potato Hooks.
Onion Sets, Vegetable Seeds,
Flower Seeds, Grass Seed.
Carpet Beaters, Tack Hammers,
Carpet Tacks, Insect Powder,
Scrub Brushes, Brooms, Mops,
Mop Cloths, Bath Brick, Laundry
Soap, Feather Dusters, Window
Cleaners, Dust Brushes, Whiting
Liquid and Paste Stove Polish,
Stove Mittens, Shoe Polish, etc.,
all here, at
: Water Notice.
i From and after January 1, 1005, the
Waueoma Hydrant Co.'s family rates
; will be raised to $1.25 per month. A re
: bate of 25c w ill be made on family rates
j if paid when the collector calls.
! H. C. COE, owner.
I I have a large stock on hand, in fact,
I the largest stock in town. Watches,
j the finest grade rings, the largest stock,
j all at reduced prices. ' Come and see
I C. II. Temple for bargains in all lines.
If you get an article of Clarke, the jew
; eler, and it doesn't prove to be as rep
i resented, bring it back.
! Two houses for rent. VV. J. Baker.
I have a few pieces, of cut glass left,
' which I will close out at the lowest pos
sible prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Fresh candy daily at Royal Bakery.
Oranges, 15c a dozen ct Ilolman's.
Fresh Candy at Royal Bakery.
A first-class candy man will have
charge of the candy department of the
Royal Bakery, and all kinds of candy
will be made fresh daily. Only the
best of material is used, and thequaity
of candy cannot be excelled,
The Hood River Rod and Gun club
is called to meet at Reed's cigar storo,
Wednesday, March 8. It is import
ant that all should be present.
Forty acres good fruit land, near Bar
rett school, 4 miles out; a snap. $1100,
easy terms. Geo. D. Culbertson & Co.
J. U. Tate, past supreme master
of the Ancient Order of United Work
mon, will address the members of the
Riverside lodge, No. 68, Saturday
Patties who have ordered American
Wonder seed pototoes are requested to
call at once. J. M. Hollowell.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Valley Christian church will hold
a social Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Brosius. "Some
thing New" is the name of the social.
BIG LAND BARGAIN 240' acres,
140 acres tillable, good fruit land, same
acreage fenced, 80 or 00 a.ires in cultiva
tion and almost level surface, 34 acres
in bearing orchard, 20 acres best winter
apples, (i years old, 15 acres winter
wheat, about 50 acres prepared; $1800
dwelling, barn and other outbuildings;
plenty of water; good team worth ffSOO;
two good milk cow, a few hogs, about
30 chickens, complete set farm tools;
.situated 8 miles from Hood River. Price
flhOOO, easy terms. Geo. I). Culbertson
Wasco Patent and Sherman Patent
flour, made in Sherman county from
the noted wheat of that county; quality
fully guaranteed. Sold by . 11. Wait.
W.K. Nash, a Grnud Forks fruitdeal
er, was in Hood River, Monday.
ThE BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
for every uue. Laundry, Market,
Wood. Delivery, Clothes Ham
pers, Picnic, etc.
All shapes and sizes, from the
smallest to the larg-ft. We tit
tha hard to fit.
Six different styles, in plain
and ball-bearing. Guaranteed
rollers. We can suit you in style
Churns, Jng, Milk Crocks, Jars
Bean Pots, l;oer l ots, Bread
Saw a blue bird Sunday.
Found some yellow daisies, Sunday.
Gathered a boquet of purple iris
Friday, Kobruary 24.
L. G. Morgan Is visiting L. VV.
Adams at White Salmon this week.
Now ia the time to plant your last
crop of cough drops, one in a hill and
30 minutes apart.
Frank Buttou left Monday afternoon
on a business trip to the saw mills
south of Eugene.
Spring has come again, gentle Annie,
and the voice of the turtle tnoe frog)
is heard in the land.
O. A. VVyman writes to have the
address of his Glacier changed from
Newborg to Gaston, Oregon.
Miss Mary Stewart and Mrs. Harry
Cusick and daughter" Salomo of Al
bany are the guests of Mrs. E. N.
Wallace Young says his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. li. T. Young, are expected
home from California about the first
Glacier correspondents from Mount
Hood, Barrett, Crapper, and Odell
all got mention in last Saturday's
H. S. Richmond, who recently sold
his Mount Hood farm, w ill move to
Hood River In a week or two and take
up his residence here.
V. Wiueholl left for Portland, Mon
day afternoon, with his three-year-old
daughter, whom he took to the
hospital for treatment for porttinitis.
Mrs. George Steinhoff of Seattle is
here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. lilount, and to look alter
her laud recently bought of J. II.
Rev. A. A. Beery, who was pastor
of the Valley church last year, is now
doing evangelistio work in Willam
ette valley iowns. This week he held
meetings at Junction city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. lioaidmau
of Portland are enjoying a week's out
lug in Hood River. Mr. Iloiirdmnn
is connected with the Ames A- Harris
wholesale bag house of Portland.
Robort Jakway lilytho spent the
afternoon at Oakdale lust Saturday.
the guest of the Misses Carrie and
Florence Byerloe. I he. young man
seemed fascinated with rural life.
Clarence Gilbert ami E. C Brock
are registered at the I'matillhi from
Cascade county." Evidently these
gentlemen have not heard that the
legislature was recently in session at
Mrs. C. II. Carter left Thursday of
last week for CanyTm City, where she
will visit a mouth with her daughter,
Mrs. G. II. Tracy. On her return
Mrs. Cater will spend a few weeks in
the Grande Ronde valley.
Frank Noble has purchased eight
acres of unimproved land from Mrs.
William Foss on the East Side, pay
ing 100 an acre for the hind. Mr.
Noble will build on his now property
this spring, and expects to live there.
Miss Jones Is homo from Walla
Walla, whore she was during the ill
ness and death ot her mother, Airs.
Phoebe Jones. Miss Jones expects to
spend the spring and summer at her
Camp Lookout home in Barrett dis
trict. A school entertainment will bo giv
en in the opera House, isalurday.
March 11, for the purpose of raising
money to defray the expenses of the
Hood River school exhibit at the
Lewis and Clark exposition. A mixed
program of songs recitations nnd
drills will bo given. Everybody is
asked to come and assist in the event
of the season.
Miss Clara Rlvtho, of Hood River,
is Hponding a few days in White Sal
mon visiting at the iiomo ot u. m.
Wolfard. Miss Clara used to be a
compositor in the Glacier office when
her father was proprietor ot that pa
per. S':0 made tho Enterprise a very
loasant call, in company with Miss
Wolfard on Wednesday. White Sal
J. T. Neff, Wiihco county's school
superintendent, was in Hood River
Monday distributing 11.0IH sheets of
exhibit paper to the schools of the cit y
and valley. This special paper is tor
use in preparing the educational ex
hibit at the Lewis and Clark fair.
Superintendent Neff says tho schools
are doing nicely with their exhibit
work. It must nil be completed by
the last of March, and sent to Port
land by April 10.
Rol)ert Rand sold his cow with the
pitchfork-handle attachment mid tho
goods have been delivered. He is lay
ing a foundation for a vigorous de
fense In case of a fatal accident to the
buyer by declaring beforehand that lie
had no malice aforethought against
the gentleman who took the cow, and
that ho doos not w ish to be considered
as being partisimis criminis in any of
the cow's diabolical perigrinat ions.
And the cow's name was MAUD.
The railroad surveyors were nt an
East Side farm last Friday, and the
firopriotor invited the crew Into the
tarn to sample a barrel of cider. No
ticing the good hay on hand tho
spokesman of the party remarked
"Now, Mr. if that railroad were
in operation that hay would be worth
twice what It is now." "My heavens,
man, "replied the farmer, "it cost me
114 a ton, and tho Lord knows I don't
want to pay any more for it.
C. P. Waldo has sold his fine resi
dence iu White Salmon to L. J. Wol
fard, and Is preparing to move to Hood
River for a temporary residence, no!
having yet fully decided where he will
make his future home. We are sorry
to lose Mr. Waldo and his family as
they are good neighbors, but wish
them well wherever they may go.
Mr. Wolfard has secured a pleasant
and comfortable home and should
spend bis declining years in happiness
and content. White Salmon Enter
V. VV. Angus wishes to correct the
impression that ho refused recently
$15,000 for his fruit ranch four miles
south of thecity. The story published
last week In one of tho Portland pa
pers he says emanated from a friend
of his to whom he was talking and
tcllinif of Hood River. He has never I
been asked to set a price on his place,
and is not anxious to sell. Mr. Angus
has been clearing land this wintei
with tho expectation that the d.tch
tho farmers propose building will fur
nish him water in a year or so. With
water his paleo will heroine very valu
able, but as it is he is limited in his
Mrs. Federick Shoemaker was tho
hostess for a most delightful "Wash
ington birthday" party on Wednes
day afternoon. Apropos of the day
decorations of the national colors
wero tastefully arranged, the rooms
presenting a most cheerful and invit
ing appearance. Following out the
idea of the day a cheny tree, bearing
candy cherries was a pleasant fea
ture. A bust of Washington and a
hatchet of cherry wood nerure.1 fro:u
Mount Vernon were the prizes. The
guests enjoyed rive hundred and at tho
conclusion of the game were served
with delicious refreshments. Pendle
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must be paid
at ihe company's office each month in
advance, on or before the 10th day of
the month. No collector w ill le sent
out hereafter. In all cases where hills are
not promptly paid w hen due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages nre paid.
HOOD RIVER ELECTRIC L. P. A
By VV. H. Chipping, Manager.
W ll Stay in Hood River.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
and grow strong, called Pahno Tablets,
will he sold regularly by Williams'
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
nerve ami constitution builders cost only
5vc per box, six boxes 1(2.60.
WHY PAY A BIG BONUS for your
mortgage loans from others, when we
will negotiate them foi you at a very
small cost and a lower rate of interest.
Apply to Oeo. D. Culbertson i Co.
st bargain in
e & 4 lots,
Hood River. I
other improvements. W.J. Baker Co.
DIRECT FROM OUR HATCHERY
Let us reiterate that there are two kinds of $3.00 Hats
if vou want
Jl vou are easily pleased
roll is so long you think
afford to go against the other kinds. lint when you do,
We have just received
New Spring' dtyl
shapes for young men,
buying your Spring Hat,
You can find the Kingsbury at RAND'S. Sole Agent.
Come in; you are as
ea fTMMijuMi asBsamscsN mmbom
Mrs. Oscar Powell returned from her
visit at Hood River la.-t Monday Du- ,
fur Dispatch. I
Methodists at Diil'ur are conducting
a very successful revival meeting. Tho
local pastor ih being assisted by Rev.
Clark, of Hood River.
Hon. li. P. Pike or this city has;
been mentioned for governor of Ore
gon by several prominent newspapers'
of Western Oregon. The Observer
seconds the motion. Mom Observer.
A. C llageinau, who was down
from Mount Hood Saturday, reported
six inches of snow on tho hillsides.
The roads nre in bad shape, but with
the spring weather no one is com
plaining. Mrs. Mary Jackson, who was injured
iu Pasadena two weeks ago by attempt
ing to alight from a trolley car in mo
tion, is still coiillned to her lied and
her injuries are believed to be more
serious than it was thought they
wero at the time of the accident.
Tho Chronicle of Tuesday, hi.vs:
"This morning a marriage license was
granted Albert K. Stranahan and Corn
Fowler." Miss Fowler wiill be re
meinbered by the cit izens as a scholar
w ho attended the Diif'ur school here
in l!tl-i!. Dufi.r Dispatch.
Grandpa Ellis, who has been suffer
ing from bronchial troubles
ler, was ul le to be in the
this win -
I riday. 1 ho old gentleman is very
thankful to the friends who have been
so kind to him the
Mrs. Ellis' health
good tins winter.
Tho Dalles Chronicle prints Mr.
Water's letter from White Salmon
concerning tho big trees on the Snipes
I l .ce, mid adds; "I'pou inquiry this
morning v.e learn that the large cher
ry tree was rut down hii-t sum
mer, the trunk only remaining. H
measured four feet in diameter."
While at Rings yesterday H. I).
Parkins tells us he met Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Stninalnin. who were on their
wedding trip to Portland, having been
married at the home of the bride's
I arents, Mrs. Fowler, near liufiis
Tuesday at 11 o'clock. Rev. Allen
of Wa.-co perfumed the ceremony in
the presence of a few friends. M iss
Corean Fowler is well known in The
Dalles, h iving for a time lieeu in the
employ of Pease A: Mays. She left
here for Hood River to accept a posi
tion in Rands' general merchandise
store. Mr. Stranahan comes from one
of Hood River's best families and is
in the livery business at that place.
A nice little home has Isieu fitted up
and they w ill go to house keeping on
their return. Chronicle,
Spring Millinery is
vaneo stv les.
v e nave sua ret i
We are not in the business merely to sell Hats, but to
supply our patrons with Hats that are becoming, suitable
to the gown and the occasion.
Our stock this season is comprehensive, ample for
Do not hesitate to come in to look. It is a pleasure
to show the new things, to discuss the new patterns.
U A IP IF ' S.
to A n E.
best Hat Hint
d any old kind of a hat will
you will never set
All the New Foxy Race Track Shapes
as well as Hit
staple ami conservative- blocks. Jtefore
welcome looking as buying.
Dr. T. L. Eliot wits up from Port
II. (!. Hatehain left Friday after
noon for Mosier.
g Mrs. II. M. Abbott and daughter
are iu Portland attending the millin
ery openings in that city.
I''. H. Perry, who has been connect
ed wit h tho M lilt iioiiudi Itov factory
at Portland for the pant six years,
was in lloinl Hiver hint, week on a vis
it to his parents, Mr. and Mr. W.
.1. E. Ilanuri, fomorly of this city,
but tor the past, year a resident of
Hcappooso, on the Lower Columbia,
was in the city la-t week. His fam
ily will return to reside lure iu a few
Lee Evans was down from Mosier
last Friday. Mr. Evans says Mosier
fruit growers finished loading the
fonrth ear of apples la.4 Thursday.
There is about another car to be
shipped. The Dm bison Fruit Co. of
this city secured the apples.
Frank Stanton was in Mo. ier 1 ist
week selling fruit tri i. lie returned
! Friday afternoon, the day No. 1 hapt,
: pencil to arrive on time. I'ranl' was
three quarters of a mil from the de
pot when the train whi tled. and had
lianllv recovered his bre.ith by the
I time he reached Hood Kiver.
About seven dwelling houses cot-
. j ., ,m ,,i cruize of ikiii each.
I , hiiill as rnnidlv as vcdlier
permit. Several nt hers will probably
lie placed in tho hands of tho contrac
tors before the se:..-on in oier. J u fact
if the undertakings now undo) consid
eration are carried out the bnildinu
operations in Wnvo will surpass all
previous records. Wasco News.
'' M. P. I sen berg went to Portland
Friday afternoon to attend a meeting
of the recently organized i'enns.il
vaiiu society, of i.hieh Mr. linen
i rg is a member. Pete was for many
yeO's iu the fore-try government ser
vic t, but he declare- !.e no fear of
being indicted with the ot her Oregon
celebrities. It, t el:l- s Pi te to see so
main" cogs dropping from the Oregon
j political macnine.
j Jake Ciott I lios of Trout Lake, "has
j decided to return to hi.- n it ive laud,
Holland, toii.-it his parents and reln-
f ives. Ho has m
home since romii
seventeen yei.rs i
tion to vi-it M -.ei
Falls : from t hole
New York Citv. i
iiien to ln-i old
't. ct this con nt ry
go. It is his inten
d j 1 ic s of interest
" including N'ingara
he n ill go direct to
,d take the stean.er
for Holland, liis ;c,any friend;
he will return to his adopted
try. Goldeudale Sentinel.
We are showing al-
this season a great
bill will buy, you must
do vou, and vour itanK
of it, then you can possibly
uuUBUiap tawaw I
The VVomans' alliance will meet for
work Friday afternoon iu the William
G. Eliot, jr., hall.
Rev. Pinney of San Francisco preach
ed an interestiiur sermon at the Cong
regational church in this city last Fri
D. A. Perry of Pemll-bm, an old
friend of E. Steptoe of Belmont, has
rented the E. ('. Rogers' place, and will
move onto it soon.
Miss Nellie Homer, who recently
went to Ht. Vincent hospital for treat
ment., returned from Portland this
week much improved in health,
Sen Fonts was up from Portland the
forepart of the week arranging to enlarge
his cigar store on Second street, for the
purpose of placing in a stock of sporting
goods, haselmll supplies, guns and am
munition, A L'o cent adlct in the Glacier broiimht
about the sale of Joe Wilson's team,
wagon and outfit to Frank AngiM for
1 400. M r Angus will have a large amount
of farm ork to do this spring, and h is
secured Harvey 11 ggs to take charge ot
the team. Harvey has driven thg nv.iui
for Mr. Wilson for over a year.
The application of P. T. Hurlburt,
ofShanilio, Or., K. O. McCoy, W. L.
Lord, J. VV. French nnd Smith
French lo organize ti e Condon Na
tional bank, of Condon, Or., with
..'id, nod capital, has been approved by
the comptroller of the currency.
The farmers of the Upper M lint
ilood soft lenient intend to construct a
wagon road to from Perkins' place to
L. ( '. Weygandt's, a distance of six
miles, James Rocs says the .-ettl-rn
intend to make tho road without ask
ing the county court any donations.
Wililam Kennedy has purcha-ol
a Niagara gis sprayer, a 11 achi le
which he believes to le the l.r s spray
pump" By melius of t his outfit Mr.
Kennedy can spray his trees at a oot
of half a cent her gallon for the Co 1
lin mot li poison. He iontends to gi e
the new sprayer n thorough trial, a id
will gladly let his neighbors kuo.v
w hat success ho gets from his experi
ments. (i. W. Halloway, who served as a
government wout during tho trouble
w it h t he Sioux Indians, was in Hood
River hist week on his way to Pendle
ton, where he will take n position
w illi a government surveying crew.
Mr. llolloway spent the winter in
Southern iregon.at work in the niine-t.
Ho says the scarcity of water in the
mountains w ill make mining very dull
this coming year, llolloway was an
acquaintance of (hear and C. H.
Stranuhttu when they lived in Minnesota.