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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1905)
Looked ko beautiful to us as on Easter day, last.
Hood River may well be proud of her wives,
daughters and sweethearts.
FRANK A. CRAM
Is espeeifilly proud, considering his modern store
was well represented in the
Many Striking Costumes
which were worn with such grace last Sunday.
We thank you for the Best Easter business
we have ever enjoyed, and trust, as the season
advances and you need those necessary
Warm Weather Wearables
that we may have the pleasure of showing you
the greatest aggregation of up-to-date dry goods
ever shown in Oregon.
Every Curtain Reduced
House Cleaning Sale.
THE UP-TO-DATE STORE
Against Mercerized Cotton
Is simply to induce yon to buy
There are other dealers in hon
est clothing. If our talk on adul
terated fabrics leads you to avoid
such frauds we shall benefit all
such dealers. I Jut we regard this
mercerized cotl on epidemic as de
generation in business, lowering
the high standard of excellence,
which we and others have estab
lished by years of painstaking
case of quality and workmanship.
The danger tons is not that
we sell clothes enough, that does
not worry us a little bit, there
will always be men enough who
want the best, but the danger is
to the wearers, whose quality
standards are growing, its an ar
rest of good clot lies development.
o hope you won't contribute
to it. You need not , our labor
Honesty in Clothes
A small Thing to look for
A big Thing to find
Ball, Bat and Cap I
With Every Suit
jz? Of Clothes
Water and Light Notice ,
All water and light bills must be paid j
at the company omce each month in
a Ivanco, mi "in- In-fore t lie lOtli day of
the month. No I'olli'i'tor will be sent
o il hereafter. In all oases where billsare
ieo promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will lie discontinued until all
irrearnues are paid.
noon i;ivi:k ki.kctkic i.. r.
l!y K. V.. C.orK, Mur.
W II Stay in llooil Itivt-r.
The remedy that makes yon eat, sleep
mil umw strong, ealleil l'almo Tablets,
mil lie sold regularly by Williams'
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
:iei ve and constitution builders cost only
Oc per box, six lumen $2 SO.
Notice Stockholder!' Meetiiijt.
The annual mccliut! of the stockhold-
i-"f the Hood Uiver liase Pall asso-i-i;.;
ion will lie held at the rooms of the
IVmmercial chili, April IM, 11H15.
C-. P. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
I. and plaster at Hoi man & Co.
Ito Von Suffer nith Ihspensia
r indigestion? Clarke's Dyspepsia
Tablets will eure von I'riee nnlv 50c.
!A NEW HAT;
T e radical changes in Millinery thissju-ing
have caused us much concern. We are in
close touch with the best authorities on
line, materials and colors, and we : : :
SHOW THE LATEST AND MOST EXCLUSIVE
IDEAT AT PRICE THAT DEFY
We present this week for afternoon and
general dress wear Hats uist accepted by
Eastern Teachers of Fashion. In points of
finesse and superior style they have no
rivals ::;::: :
3 &k fifyQf$ri&fciftek jjpwf1
V a iv showing
Shirts ' 1 '
Our advance shipment of
Has just been received II
Castor and Tan Covert Coats
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Fresh smelt at McC.uire Bros.
New corned beef at McOuire Bros.
Mantle clocks, with gold plated front,
warranted not to tarnish, at C. II.
Gloves am) mittens at cost. Largest
stock in the city. Must reduce the
stock. S. J. Prank.
Temple, the .leader, has moved into
the Smith Iv.iildinu, opposite Williams'
W..I. linker has some lieautiful lots
for sale near Chas. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
J)o your eyes fail you? Come in and
o,.e I . II. ' clllllle. toe oculist, WHO 18
prepared in icsi ami uijiu t)ti,"
lias the largest stock of glasses in the
Beet HiOeetioii of riiu- ever brought to
Hood Uiver. Over 2tW styles. C. II,
S. K. Hardness has a first class uphol
Bterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
I have a large stock on hand, in fact,
the largest flock in town. Watches,
the finest grade rings, the largest stock,
all at r.-duced prices. Come and see
C. II. Temple or bargains in all lines.
Two houses for rent. W. J. Baker.
Tor sale. Some of the finest lots on
he hill, front ilia the river. Also loia
in Kivcrvicw park and Idlewild. See
W. J. llaker.
Smoke the Hood Iiiver Strawberry 6c
cigar; mid by all dealers.
Tost received Now line ana"
Clark souvenir pins. Call to see them
tt Clarke's the jeweler.
Latest designs in ladies watcher; gold
filled, solid gold, ami also with diamond
setting. Also a full lme of gentlemen's
watches. ('. II. Temple.
50 acres on the East Side, 2 miles
out. 10 acres in voting orchard. A snap.
Io you want that prescription filled
accurately and with just what the doc
tor ordered? Then take it to Clarke's.
See F roh n A lleaton on the heights
for Utah land-plaster.
Fresh garden seJd at 'he Ideal Mar
ket on the heights.
Shingles. See us for best prices.
Oregon Lumber Co.
Smoke the Hood Uiver Strawberry 5c
cigar; sold by all dealer-.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
For garden seeds that will grow go to
W. llaynes &Co. They have n large as
sortment of Hotter and vegetable seeds
Take advantage of the warm spring
, days and plant your garden now.
' llnvnps iVV Cm nld.i Im.-a ti aiimitv nf
on on sets.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery same
day order is received. Oregon Lumber
flight room house for rert. II. M.
Plienoininal property bargain. For 1
iflSlO cash, a place worth f.'lXHl, to
story eight roomed bouse, two story
bam, two corner lots, in lower Hood
River, for a few duys only, after which
the nrice will be raised. Kdwin A.
Gentlemen: Money an object? Then
bny your hat at Knapp's closing out
If you are having trouble deciding on
your summer millinery, cease your wor
rying and come to the millinery open
ing to be held soon at Sand's store.
There you cannot help but find w hat
All watch, Clock and jewelry repair
work guaranteed by Clarke, the jeweler.
Don't forget F. (J. Cue when you want
screens of and kind . He will put them
Do you use Lath? (let our price and
compare it with that of competitors.
You will make money this way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
Well, don't you see that if oii wish
to see well, you should see Clarke the
optician. Guaranteed work in gla-s
To make room for new stock all cut
glass will be closed out at cost. Clarke
Kaster Opening of Imported and Do
mestic pattern hats ot Hand's store,
Thursday afternoon and following days.
For bargains in plain band and set
ring", call on Claike, the jeweler.
Fresh Chinook -almon, halibut, clams
etc., Friday and Saturday at .McOuire
Two-quart combination hot water
bottle and fountain syringe guaranteed
for one year. Only $1.50 at Clarke's.
Call and examine my new line of
watches I cm save you money. Clarke,
Waseo Patent and Sherman Patent,
flour, made in Sherman county from
the noted wheat of that, county; quality
fully guaranteed. Sold by W. II. Wait.
1 guarantee a lit in glasses. Clarke,
the optician and jeweler.
Doyi.ii live in ibis pa't of the coun
try? 'Then buv home-made (mil boxes
They are aU riuht and the ppices are
right. At Davidson Fruit Co.
Full line of all kinds of meat, fresh
and cured, at llolman's.
UK) acres, 11 miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main road; good spring; fi'i an
acre; will divide; line apple land. Also
other Mosier property. W.,1. Baker & Co.
Houseand lot in Spokane on desirable
residence street. Will trade for Hood
River farm property. W . J. baker iV
Chickens! cbi kens! We will pay you
the top price for all your produce. Bring
it to us and be convinced that what we
tell V"U is s ". .McOuire Bros.
McOuire Bros, carry the best leading
brand" of Butter lla.elwood, While
Clover and Wnshongal.
Mantle. Willi lllid C lokeo cl icKS (III
easv tn i.i- at CI i: k'.-
Tight tiitt iiifi- and loose back, at from $7,50 to $14.50.
Hear in mind that with these irarmeiit voutake no chances, as they are the
Palmer Garments, which means Latest
Fit and Most Kle-ant Finish.
d st vies, llettel- Made, More Perfect
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Sow is the time to get one eo
ynu'll enjov it the whole season.
New patterns, ropes, hooks, etc.
U coming on and you don't waiK
to heat up vonr hou-e three times
adav; use'iin oil stove. We have
tlie'ii, single and double burners.
And wagon covers: all sizes of
wall t- nts at a little less limn else
where Campers Supplies
Of all sorts. " Liit e Prices
We will lake special pleasure in
1 showing von the pretty new things
in di-hes we have just received ;
and the prices are so reasonable.
Will coon lie here, get olir pick
ing house supplies here. Ticket
punch -s, cash boves, time books,
indelible ln-neils, etc.
Bairel, cvliie'er and stone. But
ter molls, butter ladles, butter
bowla, butter ps-r, etc.
In balls and skeins, all kinds, cot-t-
ii. linen, soft and tois'ed, rope
ties, clothes line-, trunk ropes, etc.
The reason why we sell so much
is our prices are so 1 ttle, and you
can get things here that you can't
get eli-ehere It will interest you
lo look over our tinware. -
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Y..U really Might ., havi
save your comph xhn. V
Oo to Vogt Bros, for a Panama hat,
ifii.uo. ( ioi'don hats f.'i.llll latest, vogues.
! We have sold out a part of our stock.
.The rest of stuck and fixtures are lor
! sale cheap. Phone l.'il. All parties
owing us w ill please settle at once and
; oblige (ieo. F. Cue A Son.
1 A streii.'ih tonic Unit hringi rich,
' red blood. Makes you strong, healthy
land ncthe. Thai's what Hollisier's
liocky Mountain Tea will do. Ho cents'
Tea or Tablets al C. N. Clarke's.
K. J. Tucker was up from Ingles
during tho week.
II. S. Dhiio of this city bus been
awarded the contract for building a
residence tor 11. S. Wilson in The
leiity Assei-sor, J. F. Purnett has
liuishi'il taking tho census at Uufiir,
anil find.-, that city 12o peo lo. Its pop
ulation in i'.Kl was Hi:!.
V. H. Peugh and wife spent sev
eral days in Arlington last week, the
guests of .Mr. nil il .Mrs. Sliurte.
Mi-M's Kiit.h and Mary Disbrow of
Nashville, Lincoln county, aro visit
ing friond-i iiol relatives in Hood
iM.rs. Hans Lugo arrived in the city
from Hood Uiver Wednesday even
ing to receive treatment at tho hos
pital. Sh was accompanied by her
daughter, .Mrs. Seobio. Chronicle.
Delegates from (loldetidalo to tho
Kpw orth League convention which
meets in Hood Uiver May P.) to
are: Uev. II. 1(. Klworthy, (J. II.
UouhIi, Mrs. Ada Lear and Miss May
Mrs. J-.vans, of near Mosier, Wasco
county, came out Saturday in re
sponse to a wire advising her of
the alarming illness of her daughter,
Mrs. iTHtik Macy. Mrs. Macy is
some better at this writing and it is
hoped that she will soon fully re
cover. Condon ( ilobe.
A. S. Disbrow, formerly of Hood
Uiver, but now a goat farmer near
Nashville, Lincoln county, from W
gouts clipped lit'.j pounds of mohair,
which brought him 111 cents a pound.
Mr. Disbrow is well pleased wuli his
C. r. Conklin and family, who
reached hem Ivvo weeks ago from
Kansas, have rented the N. W. liono
cottage on State stieet. Mr. and Mrs
Hone have taken up their residence
for the Hiininier at Willow flat.
Dorranee Smith and family moved
to Hood Uiver Monday, after roi-id-iug
in Stevenson ail winter. .Mr.
Smith i., towing logs tor the Menom
inee Lumber Co. and finds that Hoi d
Uiver is a more cent nil location. We
regret very much to huve them leave
Stevenson. St ii vem-oii Pioneer.
I Another new arrival our Spring Stoc
Clothing: for Men and Boys
Kver.v thin that is new and nobby in Men's, Youths' and Hoys' nothing is
now readv for your inspection at our store.
I Say, Mr. (i'ooddrcsscr, don't fail to call and see our New Top Coats. Xo
man's wardrobe is complete without one, and those we are showing are a com-
binat ion of elegance and economy, that at once must appeal to your pride and
I purse, ('oniein; you are as welcome looking as buying.
Smith BlocR I. E. RAND Hood River
II. J. I'li'ilcrick if in the Kiiat calliil there hy .
the illncsRor hm fulher. !
The tallies' lliil "f the M. K. church will meet
On week Friday al'ternmn ut ii:;lU with Mm.)
Tile lirst Hti'HwIici y of the xeawin arrived at the
('lacier oltiee al lll:2r a. m. Wiilnemlay, April lit,
i he lierry tielils of S. C. lexler of White. Salmon, j
'1 ally 1 for Sum.
Itr W. T. ttowley was Kivcn juiltotient in Jiih
tice Nlckel.-cn' r.nirl lant week ill a civil action;
iwuinsl K. W. Aiiioik to recover t'.lti.in for pro- ,
lensliiliai serviceH remlerol. Costn were charKect j
lll'liinst Ihe ik'I'eiiilaill. I
The followlnit salen were maile liy W. J. linker j
& ( n duiinx 'he liaat week: W. H. Mikiip Ui C.
V. Ha'ywanl, lot l'J. hlock 4, Wailcoma adilllion; O. :
I, Sliaiiahan lo W. It. Hicks, one acre necdon -V,; ,
W. II. MiKire to Clarence Shaw, lot aii, hloock 4.;
The reception to Rev. anil Mrs. O. J. Nelnoli in
(he parlor of Ihe Unitarian church. Mouilay even-
invt was a very pleanant mK-ial succemi. Many j
I'rie'nila of the newly married, minister and hiK ,
wife were proKent Ui intend their well wialioa. Ke
l ieshnients were aerved.
i.l.l rntn ilieil in this city April 24. I
tyred 25 years. lliiriiiK his last illnesa he professiil
laith in Jesus Christ, und received the ordinance
f huplism, dyinK very peacefully. The funeral
services were conducted al Ihe home in the pres
ence of many friends. Itev. J. H. Rhiaulea ollicia
illK. Tuesday eveniim the ranchein met at th Bar
rett scli'si! house and nuinuiaUI the following
candidales: Kor assessor, K. W. Aiikiisi for col
le. n.r and treasurer. .1. J. (nhoons; for directors,
.1 II Shoemaker, K. C. Sherrieh, CharlciH han
dier G H t'aslner, John A. Wilson, (ieo. MeCur
ily N H Joiilan. Alli?id men and true, and
(lie lucky candidates will lie elected al the
llarrell s. hisil house Saturday, May (i.
MT. HOOD MILL CO.
All kinds of Seasoned Iiiiuiber in stocl
Mill with the Little Prices. Kver.vtl
as the cheaest ami good as good as the best
g as cheap
le west of S. A. Ileliners'
Kelly &. Wishart,
At the CliinclicN.
I. illheran. -Services will he held lutilin next
Sunday, Aprsl ;lll, al Ihe church l miles south of
town. Sunday school at 2 p. m.; preui hini; at .1
p. m. H. J. Kill. It. I'nsUii.
liiverside ('oniireifulionnl. W. ('. (lilmore, pi s
lor. SahlaKh school 111 a. m.. inorniiu worship
and sermon. II; ineelinnnf youiu? j.eople li:ir p.
"J.; preachmK at 7::m.
Unitarian. - Corner Slule and Park avemn ;
Rev. (). J. Nelson, minister. Sunday school at .0
o'clock; prcuchuiK at 11. Suoject: "liidividiinl
ism and orifiini'iilion: an Address to Mrinliua
New and Old." No everniiK services.
pecinl meel iog for
II. Ihe soiurs
Methislisl.-There will he
; old pistple Sunday moi ninK
KuporviHor Wood worth whiiIh it tin- nif nito will ! niiim and we will hear how i in y
(hnntood that all patron, oi u,e r an n- ; f ; - 7,, j. "w. lilhy
t . 1 i i .. I.rt no Y I n fii I rurt u 1 f " .... i
Are mi cool and liccoming fur sum
mer car. I..rl:i
sizes', three ft le
'Cloud Cnp luu will lie opened in
June thin year," paid Mm. S. Lan
gille, who Iiuh licen in thin city
visiting .Mi.-i. Lung. There it no much
le-n mow on the mountain thin
White Dress Goods
l.awns, dimities. pi(uc, etc ; lieau
tif ill sheer fat l ies (or summer
cowns; exclunvc patterns.
A ladv said the other (lav: "I
lways"hny tl'eni here, I., r I et
luch ('Kid ones." They will tuit
you in quality and price.
iiionth earlier than iisiiul, and already
jlrH. Lanyille U receiviii).' applicationn
! from parties w ho intend makiiiK the
William, Kcclen vice proident of
the Sumpter valley railway, and pres
ident ot the Hood Hiver railway,
l a.-sed throuuh thin city thin morning
trom the Kant, where he him l.eeu on !
; uu extended visit for the imrpot-e of
1 (.urrlmoiiiK rollintf stock and eiii)
' ment for the Hood Iiiver railway
which is lieinK huilt out of the town
of Hood Kiver toward Mount Hood
lor the purpose of reachiuij the im
mense liodits of timlier iu the Mount
Hood district. l'eiidletou Kast Ore-
coIkjvv of I. ('. Nickelsen, and a hoy!
who was hrotiKht up i thw city.;
The younx lady in MisH Anna Ham, j
one of the most respected youiiK
of KuueiiH. It seeniH hard for i
those who knew "1'ete" im child i .M. iho,
.,.ii,iiit lv hut vesterday, to imauine i H p m ; :
l.iii. at livii.euV altar, and yet he ha I woth
er rt Wlll'll V ()., woo I'llli in i;ni'ci i.vj vill olfi-r Iheopenilllf prayer. Al H p. in. special
( arrv their lateriilH acrosH any or llio nieetiim for younu people Miss Helen inn, win
"ouutv roads will have to make their , read ihe cr,iure less.u,. Miss Ida Wrwht will
. olllllj union Kill" ..,.. .iil Klvc Ihe hrsl praver. I here will he a male ipiar-
1 itches so secure that tho water will u.t an(, B (lllir,, f VK K,,!s. Also a duel,
notfoiin in ponds in tho highways. Aiiarecordiallv invi.l.si.
as it did last year to the detriment. Valley Christ ian liev. .1. W. Mollis
ot the road hed. Supervisor Wood- ; Seattle Wash., will preach id the
wort h declares that he is in earnest y,,;, y t .hriftimi church, Sundav
about this matter and hopes the v, . ,
I'i rmers will see to it that their tui- , , , ..... , .,
., rts do not leak, or he will have to! Odell-l!ev. V..A. Ukins of the
( k ' tlifiti HP ' Valley Christian cl.uich will preach
. . ,, ... , ut Odell next Sunday, morning mid
A wedd inn occurred m KuKene Wed-1 .
. . i o.i.f o. u-hieli Onlles t eon e 1 1 1 K'
iiHsiiu ... (..,. (;. ,,,, .... .. ui,'' services
for one or uie contract- : ; "y' : . '. ,, M
year that it is pos.-iide to open a i iiik hi ties v , ,! mini,"; Sumhiy
scl, i,l'. vi iv S'iii lav at HI a. m. Cove
I,IU, a 1 1 lill-iM'sS ineetillL' the tilt
We.l e 'lav niu'lit in each iiionth. .1. IS.
lot I'reachiiiL' at 1 1 a. in. Mid
al. hath school 111 a. in.; Kp-
l.i a. ue 7 p. m. navel nicotine;
developed into a splendid youiiK man , Thur-.lav ev.-noiv.'. All coMially m
ol sterliiiK qualities and is now tele- vite l. W. C. Kvans, pastor.
,Mr,l.r lor the Western Union in. ',,.t..,l p.reili'en. uinl.iv school at
His lrlemis nere isii nun . 111 ., ,,, pn ai luni; at 1 ; n. m. junior
Kllih a vie . ;i-tll 1
i .i i i . .. ,ii
one n un " i !
I u.ji i'i. I'i ill V
. .... 1. ,.. M K.U (.1 ltit.ll!.. IIH Ol" ' '
Keeps as i:,i,,ei.: ... -
IV'.nioi.t M. I t liiiri b. II (' ( lark,
school al Ilia, in.; Class neetici; at. 1 1
a. in. ; Kpworth I.ea.oue 7 p. in. ; reach
iiif every Sunday eveniuo; and I'd Sun
day in mouth at 1 1 a. in. ; I'ruver mi et
ini; 'I'liursilav 7:i!0 p. m. Sen ires at
I'i ne I i rov c same as alio i e except pivac!.
inn, which is on 1st and :!d s.uinlavs at
II a. in. Crapper 1st and ,'ld SiimlnyN
at :!;:;(); Sunday school at '1 :ISn. Mount
ll'iiul. -The -1 1 1 1 Sunday at II it. in.;
Sunday school at id a. ni.
Tin- siiccesstul butcher
as ci iuiileti; a line
m. I ori-i ian r.n
rreachini! at 7 :'M.
inv'ted. llev. J. S.
YOU GET THE CROP
Together with 111 acres of cle hi! fruit
and berry land. This tract lies well,
there is just euoli.'h slope f r gin (I
dl'aioaL'c, and the snil is deep, nice imd
very pioiluelivc. Of the II. arccs all
hut acres are in line cultivation, unl
the b.i'ai.ee veiyeisv lo clear; acres
arc in strawberries. The berries arc ill
splendid coiiditioii and ouht to net
.'niotliis iciisoo. There are toll choice
apple and peach trees from one to three
years ..Id. The place is Well fenced,
wilhaneat three-i'ooiiied house, birn,
chii'lo'li In. use him I "I In I' oulhllllilinS.
It is within 2 miles of the town of
While Snlmoli, and close to school;
mad ileliu'icd. The location is well
i h.. -en, ami will make a lovely homo.
We class it as one of our U'st baiKains
not v on K' l d I'n' t ,"'", with teimsof
f!l".0 cash and the balance to sn t. If
y..il .iM' I i.Uiii -' for a line oreliaitl and
i.env place It us show you this prop-ertv'.
We have a line pn (i s; t ion toofl'era
i;oi.d blucksiiiitli. I o. pari C i lar see
White Salmon Land Co.
White Salmon, Wash.
1 caters to the wants
j... frill o iv. aie
,,f hi- custons rs. Such a stis voti
Services, lshnont: Scnday
l i.r oi'.ceries, Hour, meats, fresh and
ah Ko 'o I rohn lleaton the Ideal
ni irkct on the hci 'h's.
vv, li find al McOuire. l5ro.