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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
!A NEW HAT!
We Don't Sell Time
HAVEN'T HALF ENOUGH OURSELVES
js? we do SELL CLOTHING j&
Ladios' Suits, Skirts, Waists,
Muslin Ontlerwer, Hosiery and
Gloves, Dress Goods, Wash
Goods and Silks shown in the
most elaborate varieties.
FRANK A. CRAM
Has gathered for your inspec
tion the best line of values
tin? Ainer'.c.ui market af
fords, and that's "Goin
must be i,
!i:is ideas which
.r. We are more
$1.95, $1.75, $1.50
Saturday, May 6th,
Men's. Boys', Youths and
Little Gents are all assured
of careful and correct fitting,
up-to-date, style, honest ma
terials and cash prices at
Frank A. Cram's
We Buy for Cash,
We Sell for Cr.sh,
We turn Ouv Stock,
We Show Assortment
We Save Yon Money.
Don't take our word.
Look Around Town
Special Weekly Sale
Age, 3 to
$1.75, $2.00, $2.50" Suits
i V"i Qi
YOU GET THE CROP
Together with 11 acres of choice fruit
Hint berry land. Thin mot lien well,
there is just enough slope fur good
drainage, iiml the soil is deep, nice nnl
very productive. Of the 11J areesall
hut' ft acres me in line cultivation, at1
the balance very easy to clear; 'A acres
are in strawberries. The berries are in
splendid condition and ought t net
I'liKUhis reason. There are 4."0 choice
apple and )ecti trees from one to three
years old. The. place it well fenced,
w ith a neat three-roomed house, him,
chicken house and oilier outbuildings:
It is within 2 miles of the town of
W hile Salmon, and close lo school,
mail delivered. The locution is well
chosen, and will make a lovely home.
We class it as one of our liest bargains
and you get II for ffl.ftdO, with terms of
f'.i-Vleash ami Ihe balance to suit. If
you are looking for a line orchard and
berry place let lis show )oll this prop,
We have a fine prop-wit "on In oiler a
good blacksmith. For particulars see
White Salmon Land Co.
White Salmon, Wash,
T e radical changes in Millinery this spring
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
IDEAS AT PRICE THAT DEFY
We present this week for afternoon and
"eiieral dress wear Hats inst accepted by
Kastern Teachers of Fashion. In points of
finesse ami superior style they have no
rivals : : ; : : : :
TpsCE ttp-to-datb stoikig
BRIEF LOCAL JIATTEHH
Gloves and mittens at cost. Largest
stock in the citv- Must reduce the
stock. 8. J. Frank.
W. J. l'.aker lias some la'autiful lots
for sale near Clnis. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
S. K. Rnrtmess has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
Two houses for rent. W. J. linker.
For sale. Some of the finest, lots on
lie hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Riverview pur!; and Idlowild. See
AV. J. Maker.
d New line Lewis and
pui:'. Call to see
at Clarke's I lie
50 acres on il
out. 10 acres in
Fast Side, 2 miles
:i-ig orchard. A snap.
1 prescription filled
'li just what the doc-
, take it to Clarke's.
in for best
Do yon Tii t 11
accurately n- I wi
tor ord t ..d .' l'l.
Oregon Imer Co.
Use W:V;i'-' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
For garden seeds that will grow go to
W. llaynes &C ". They have a large as
sortment of llower and vegetable seeds
'IV o advantage of the warm spring
dus and plant your garden now.
I'ayn 'sA Co. also have a supply of
o.i on sets.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery same
day order is received. Oregon Lumber
lMienoniinal property bargain. For
$1,11)0 cash, a place worth $2000, two
story eight roomed house, two story
barn, two coiner lots, in lower Hood
Kiver, for a few days only, after which
the price will lie. raised. Kdwin A.
All watch, Clock and j" v. Iry repair
wo-k guaranteed hy Clarke, the jeweler.
Mantle, wall and cookoo eijtks on
east' terms at Clark's.
Do you use Lath? Get our price and
compare it with that of competitors
You will make money this way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
Boiling meat at a bargain at McGuire
Frohn & lleaton, Ihe Ideal market,
on the heights, will treat you right.
Fresh Salmon, halibut and shad at
See Frohn & Heaton on the heiuhts
tor nice, dry Hi-inch stove wood.
Best breakfast bacon and hams at
Fine potatoes for seed and table use
it Frohn & Heutou's, Ihe heights.
Fresh lot of Oregon vegetables at Mc-
theni ! uulre I'ms.saturday lor Minday dinner.
Walk-over shoes nil the latest lasts,
at the New Store. Vogt Bros.
Best meats from selected stock at
Best creamery butter at Mclluin
Bros. 50c and (We.
If you have not contracted yen
berry crates wi' h the Davidson Fruit
Co., Iietter do so quick and get the
benefit of the redoe, d prices at which
contracts are now being made.
Well, don't you sue that if you wish
to see well, you should see Clarke the
optician. Guaranteed work in glass
To make room f t new stock all cut
glass will be c'os' d out at cost. Clarke
i he jeweler.
Fresh Chinook 'almon, halibut, clams
etc., Friday and Saturday at McGuire
Call and examine my new line of
watches I can save you money .Clarke,
I guarantee a fit in glasses. Clarke,
the optician and jeweler.
D" y it live in this part of the coun
fv? Then buy home-made fruit boxes.
Theva-eall right and the ppices are
i igiit. At Davidson Fruit Co.
McGuire Bros, carry the best leading
brands of Butter llazelwnod. White
Clover and Washongal.
1(10 acres, 1J miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main road; good spring; $25 an
acre; will divide; tine apple land. Also
other Mosier property. W.J. Baker & Co.
House and lot in Spokane on desirable
residence street. Will trade for Hood
River farm property. W. J. Baker &
Chickens! chickens! We will pay you
the ton price for all vour produce. Bring
it lo us and be convinced that what ve
tell vou is bo. McGuire Bros.
The successful butcher is one who
keeps as complete a line of meats as
money can buy, and caters to the wants
of bis customers. Such a stock you
will find at McGuire Bros.
Complete set of l'lacksmilhing tools
for sale; also will sell or lease shop!
well-established business. Located in
I lood River. W. J . Baker & Co.
For groceries, flour, meats, fresh and
salt go lo Frohn & Heaton the Ideal
market on the heights.
Bv order of board of dir
to great demand for water
capacity of the company's
water will lie s itced fcnn
to another. WabT will mil
- be deliv
ered on laud described In eon! ran. rer-
sons wishing oi-!i:ingo water rLdit must
do it bv transfer on eonipiiux 's bonks,
A, ('. SI ATKN,
1 Jiti rl.li'.i'ii nit .11 a, V 1 1 1ll.
At the Buret! school house the C, K.
Turner club will give an entertainment
consisting of recitations, solos,, nuartets,
dialogues, etc , etc, This will he f n
lowed bv an ice I'leain hoc al. Remem
ber the d.de Thursday evening, May
lltb, at H o'clock, l'roceeds will go to
ward Hie support of the Turner club.
Big game Sunday. Dalles
River, at Columbia Park.
Iewis and Clark hatpins at Vogt Bros,
A new line of Walkover shoes just re
ceived at the new store of Vogt Bros.
Stein-Block clothing beats them all,
For a good hat, hny a Gordon at Vogt
Conking Demonstration anil Supper.
:miss i',. ,iav Davidson will give
i cooking demonstration at the I'nitarian
I W. G. Kliot II ill, Wednesday afternoon,
' May 10. at 4 o clock, under the patron-
I age of Mrs. Moe, Mrs. Franz, Mrs. Jnck-
I son, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. McGuire.
Miss Davidson will serve hot wiilll
Hood , cheese, salad and orange straws. Among
I other things iiuestions will he received
and answered. The ladies of Hood Riv:
should not. miss this chance to add to
their culinary art.
At 11 o'clock a delicious supper will In
served to ladles and gentlemen for
cents. Miss Davidson will sunplv
who come with hot wallles and oilier
danlies. The ladies of ttie church will
add a substantial menu.
Notice to Strawberry (irowers.
The office of The Hood River Fruit
Growers Union is now open for business.
In todav. Late dedgns in Dress, Street
and Children's hats. See our shirt waist
sets. Mother of Bead, Girdles, Buck
les and Hat l'ins. New patent veil fnst
ners. MMF ABBOTT.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Lewis and ClarK Fair
TicKets are given away each
week. F'onr will be out before the
opening of the fair. A nnmliered
coupon with every one dollar pur
R. Si G. Corset are form
producing garments for comfort,
stvle and wear. They are the
peer of any made. Price $1 00.
Petticoat Special. The
Henrietta, Black Satteen, finely
finished with full ruffled flounce,
an exceptionally fine garment at
a little price, $1.25.
White Shirt Waist
nwi'ie ui nnc quniuy ui ibh w.m
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
nihroiderv and lace insersion,
pearl buttons, must be seen lo be
appreciated. A little price for a
fine wai-t, each $1.2o.
Boys' Overall Suits,
two-piece suits in Military, Japan
ese, and Rough Rider styles, grtxl
quality, per suit $1 00.
Ladies' Wrappers, the
best filling, nicest finished wrap
per you ever saw for the price.
Neat patterns in red, black and
blue, each $1.25.
StorH Goods for infants'
wear, they are invaluable for the
mother. The celebrated Stork
sheeting, extra wide and heavy,
per yard $1.25.
Sewing Machine Spe
cial for one weeK. We
w ill sell you any machine we have
in ftock lor $11.00. He:eis i chance
Hose. The liest
cheapest, don't buy
grade is the
poor hose that will only last one
season. 50 feet best J cotton hose
guarantee ', $5 00.
Croquet Sets. No one
sells them as cheap in we do. Fine
finished four, six and eight-bill
sets, $1.20, $1.7.'), $2.00 and $2.50.
Dimity Gowns are the
sw ell things for summer wear. We
can furnish you everything, Pat
terns, Trimmings, Buttons, etc.,
and the prettiest goods you ever
saw, at IS cents per yard.
Wagon Covers. You
will so ill be hauling your berries
to torn and must keep the dust
off. Our wagou covers do it. AM.
bizes. Little Prices.
In Hood River, Mon.lav, Mav l,to
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin A. Henderson,)
In Hood River, Wednesday, April 'Jti
Mr. and Mrs. ('. II. Sul ton, a daughter
w a Hie ni'ier at t Ik
Don't, forget the
I'nilari iu church.
Mrs. Clearencii Steavens ef Kugene
in the valley the guest for Mrs. W. .
Miss IM na Groves and Miss Benson
teachers in ihe luiinarv rooms of
State-street school, left Friday for their
homes in Corvallis and Cascade Locks
Miss Grows expected to visit a few day
with Miss Benson at Cascade Locks.
Mr. mid Mrs. Jesse Walker. Mr. am
Mrs. .1. I,. Sett and Mr. and Mrs .1. I'.,
McKce started last Friday morning for
Hood River to take in tin-straw berr
and fruit, at that place. Thev will re
turn to Madias in the fall. Madras
The Ladies Aid Society of the Congre
gational church will meet Friday after
noon with Mrs. George P. Crowell.
The ladies of the. Congregational
en tv w ill give an afternoon tea on
Wednesday afn-rnoon, Mav 10, at Ihe
residence of Mrs. II. L. Davidson.
The Woman's Alliance of the I'nilar
lan church and their friends will meet
at the parsonage Friday afternoon w itl
their fancy work. Mm. Moe, Mrs.
Franlz, Mrs. Jac kson, Mrs. McGuire and
Mrs. Nelson will rocci 'e. Ten cents
will ho charged for the calander fund.
Mrs. T. R. Coon accompanied hy her
son, Carl, was in Hood Hiverthe first of
the week. W hile here she visited Mrs.
Waterman and Mrs Butts.
Mrs. John Drutnmnrid is visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kllis.
Mrs K. S. Waterman left Wednesday
evening for her homestead in Gilliam
county, she expects to be gone two
James F.wers has disposed of his house
We have just re
ceived Brown and
Blue Panama Cloth
shirt waists, suits
that we have made
a price of $7.50 each,
these are bargains;
the y a re ve sy d r essy ,
blouse eifcvts. Bish
op sleeves, skirts an:
fancy plaited; just
what the Ladies have been looking; for.
New wash ffoods in ail the newest finish which
looks like silk and will wear better. Prices rang-
ing from 12 l-2c to 75c per yard.
Men's Toggery Shop.
Here we fit Men and Boys with suits,
hats, shoes, hosiery, and everything to
make them look nice at a very moderate
Call and LoOR Us Over. AH Goods Guaranteed.
OUR MOTTO IS QUALITY :
J. E. RAND
will go to work with a bridge ga lg on
theO. R. & N., bnt expects to make
Hood River his home.
J. M. Sherwood, state commissioner
for the Knights of Maccabees, is in the
itvfroin rortland. Mr. Nierwooil in
tends while here to inject a little new
and enthusiasm into the local tent.
Mr. Sherwood has hied on soma valu
able timber lands in the front Lake
untry, and believes western Klickitat
untv has a great future.
Mrs. W. II. 1'itch and daughter of
t'hicnsM arrived in Hood River Tuesday
morning for a visit of h couple of months
with Mrs. I' itch's parents, flir. ami
Mrs. James Graham ti in ol her relative!).
nun wi Hike ui ine i.ns mm
J. J. HirHli'ieiiner, the rortland pen-
-ion attorney who has placed a profes-
finnal card in another column of the
Clacicr, announces that he will he in
Hood River, Saturday, ;Mny il. Mr.
Uirshheiiiii-r hopes to make regular
trips to this ciiy and may decidi to lo
Archie Mnon arrived home from
Hood River l is1 Saturday. Mr. Mason
has sold hi grading; contract on the
railroad building out of Hood River,
and also disposal of his grading outfit.
Hi' will in the future devote his time
to the development of the petroleum
well near Culver. New machinery
eipiippcd for deep boring is now on ti e
way in, ami soon vigorous work will
ijain begin on this project. Madras
Ir. H. K.
Thayer of l'orthind was
S. 1. (iarner and family
Mr. I'ierson found a good
snectacles and left in this ollio
building operations. Something like
this could be adopltd by other Hood
Hiver business men with profit to them
selves and the town.
Before leaving here to accept a fore
manship in a large l'uget Sound mill,
(Jenr Sonier was presented with a
ImndBoiiie gold watch bv the employes
of the Oregon Lumber Co. in this city,
as a token of their unprecialion toward
their foreman, (ieorge Highly appreci
ated the gift, and was deeply gratilied
to know that it came from his fellow
workmen. Mr. Songer Iff t Tuesday for
the Sound country.
Thomas and William Chapman have
purchased a house and lot on Stranahan
avenue, the bccoihI door south of llol
man's store. The Chapman expect to
move their store goods from the l.atnar
building lo their new location.
L. ). Iluwn, who conducts a lidi aid
vegetable market on Knst Oak street,
has purchased the produce from the
Chinese Hardens mi Paradise hirm. He
expects to have local grown vegetables
for delivery next week.
Mrs. J. V. Iliitcheldcr returned Mon
day hist week fioin an extended trip
Ka'st, Mrs. Ratchelder's boys accompan
ied her and at Washington Citv they
had the honor of a persona) introduc
tion to President Roo.-cvelt.
Miss I'earl Coulter, who has spent the
pist three weeks visiting her brother
Wilbur Coulter, left for her home at
Mallorv. Minn., Sunday evening. Miss
Coulter was well pleased with Hood I
River and expects to return so in to j
make this her home. j
Mr. and Mrs. James Deliord arrived)
la-tweck from l.os Augelea to spend I
the summer in Hood Kiver.
Hood Kiver (lrl In Spokane.
A letter from Miss Edith 0111 at tin
Deaconess Home and Hospital of Spok
ane goes to show that Hood River's fair
sex are not in the rear. Kdith left I loo I
Kiver one year ago last. August and du -ing
her first year 'was c illed from h r
work almost four months on account of
her health. She possibly will not finish
now before December. Since Kelt. 1 she
Iris assisted forty-eight opcialioiH.
The day before she wrote she assisted in
nil emergency accident caj where she
took the head nurse's place, she being
ill. Kdith is a bright young lady and
will prosper wherever she goes.
MRS. HARRY il.UI.EY.
Whist (!lub Takes Vacation.
The Whist club was entertained by
Mrs. Kelsay last Thursday afternoon.
There were present : Mrs. .1 iyne, M rs.
Illancher, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Allen, Mrs.
Rand, Mrs. Stewart, .Mrs. Savage, airs.
Stranahan, Mrs. llaynes, Mrs. II. I'.
Davidson, Mrs. Moej Mrs. Charles N.
Clarke, M rs. Noiili Roue, Mrs. Voi-so,
Mrs. Kioiinird, Mrs, Caslner.
Two prizes were given, of w hich M 's.
('. N. Clarice won the highest, wh iii
Mrs. Moe secured the second. The
cluti adjourned until Fometinie no t
and lot on ihe hill to J.
Iowa; consideration $1JM).
the owner can have by paying
There is not a nic 'r, m ater, nor mor
up-to-date restaurant in the city than
the Favorite Oyster Parlors owned and
operated dv .Sir. and Mrs. Sherman
Young on Kast Oak. You get what
you order and it is not prepared in the
ordinary restaurant style, but is cooked
like mother used to cook, liecause it is
cooked by one of mother's girls, and
she knows how. See their ad in an
J. F. Batchelder, president of the
Hood River Developement Co., is doing
some splendid advertising for Hood
River by having printed on his business
! envelopes a news item published in Ihe
Portland Oregontan last January, widen
shows the iucrease in population and
postal receipts of the city of Hood River
during the year The item also
M. liovd, o' : lives the figures of the Olacier s census
Mr. Kwerind the, amount of money s'nt in
A very pretty wedding was solemnized
Tuesday afternoon at 1 ::iilo'clock Bt the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Coppl", when
their daughter Cora was married to
Dolph Norton, Rev. W. A. I'.lkins of the
Valley Christian church olliciatuig. Rel
atives and a few friends were present.
The wedding march was played by
Mrs. Klkins. After the services a nici
luncheon was served, and the young
people left on the afternoon train for a
visit to Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Norton
are well known in this city and their
many friends (fathered at the d"pot to
shower them w ith rice and good wishes.
The presents were many and beauti
fill, uianyol them consisting of cutglus
and silverware. Mr Norton is a mem
ber of the plumbing tlrni of Smith &
Norton, and the bride has been a teacher
in the public schools of Uie city for sev
eral yearn. .
From now until the close of tl: I,e s)
and Clark F-iir we w'll give a i ,iv i o
round trip ticket to Portland includ
ing one adinis-ion to the Fair. You can
have your Choice going by Imtii or rail
and tiie tickets will he good a y time
vou may Belect to go during the Fair.
We give a numbered coujion wdheery
dollar purchase, which gives you a
chance to get the above. These will bo
given in addition to our regular trade
tickets so you can get your premiums
just the same. Remember a ticket given
away every week. These will lie four
given away before the opening of the