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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1905)
HOOD RIVER, GLACIER, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1005.
WILL BE NEEDED
With tlia rniiiii iucreaxe in popula-
iiuu, uie nooa Kiver senool board be-
Moves tlmt ut JoHft two additional
rooms must be secured for use at the
opening of school next full. This will
uecewitnte two more teachers, making
u total of 13 for the Hood River public
At the inrntinK of the school board
Iat Saturday uiijht, the following rec
ommendations from W. A. Wiley, the
i-iiy Hiipenuieudeiit, were read aud
placed ou tile:
alt i . i . i
m-cums. uiir records snow an
enrollment diiriiiK the year of 551 pu
pi Is, average umiiher bcloni?inc, 4:(4
AvoruKe daily atteudauce, Hi; total
number or cum?s tardiness ;fJit; mini
her beloiiL'iiiis at close of school 375
number of teachers 12; graduates, 8th
KrBiiB zn, mtll tirade VI.
"Teacliers. The work of the teach
ers during the past year has necessar
ily been increased by extra work for
tlio oductionul exhibit to the Lewis
and Clark fair.
Notwithstanding this extra work the
gratlo vi ik lias been quite well done
and teachers and pupils generally have
worked uiird aud willingly to make a
fair sliov. injr for our school. It is reo
coinnieudud that all teachers who will
accept a re-election be retained for
next year's work ; that a man princi
pal be placed in charge of the new
building on the hill and teach 5th, Gth
and itli grude work.
"Coin-so of Study. It is reccom
mended tlmt the Urd year high school
lie added next year to the present
course of ttudy and that the branches
taught be Algebra, one-half year,
American hi; t cry one-half yenr.Ueom-
etry, Physics and English literature
one year each. That Professor Crouse
be elected pi-inch til of the high school
to teach eight of the 12 classes in the
proposed ooun-o of study, the remain
ing four to be turgl t by the city superintendent.
"iiuilding and I'm niture. Judging
troni Uio past year, it is estimated
that two more rooms v. ill le required
to aeconiiiiodato the pupils during the
ccining school year. It is believed
that the addition of the 11th grade
will not require more furniture than
is now on hand for the building of
extra rooms. It perhaps may require
some, reconstruction of what room wo
now have in the central building, but
it is ll.imj.-i.t that the expense will be
ni:dl in ccn (i-jrison with the results
to be ( btaiiied. The additional rooms
will bo ie;i iitd for lower aud middle
'Leu-ih of School Tear. It is
strongly i. n,; tliat the school year be
at lou.-t right uu.l one-half months and
it porsil lo :i ei ths in order that our
children lie glrn the same chance
given to other children ill school of
chers. -it is recconi
r as practicable the
uii.g year be clioa
ai(, esiecinly those
11 is urged that no
omph yi (1 who has not a
ceitificite or its equiva-
CROPS LOOK FINE
IN DUKES VALLEY
like guide and s
"Election o ';'
mended th.it as
teachel s lor the
en at un erriy
to be re-elm ted.
lent, covering ibo entire school year,
unless in case of a re-elcetod teacher
w ho may havo less than a first grade
certificate hut the sumo should cover
the entire school year."
The following teachers were re
elected for tho coming school year:
W. A. Wiley, C. Crouse, Mary Math
ews, Carrie Copple, Laura Campbell,
Helen Deitz, Amy (!ovo.
Muyn e T. Mcv Ulinnis of Ashland
aud Je. n Diaek of lioise were named
as new te.ichers.
It was moved and carriod that the
salary cf Crouse be increased to ?75
per month, provided the work of the
llth grade was added to the curricu
lum. Claims against the district were
ordered i a,d as follows:
Wiley, dirt, and ha! on cab
llavnes & (.' , m-lse
J. II. Gill, biiK-ius
('. Crouse, hit -or
linker it Co. slat
Henderson, leg s-.-r
Jurors For May
Jurors fur the M i i
court for Waco cm
In Tlie I):il'es, Mo--
been selected :n
llou'i R vit
8. A. Skinner,
real e-tate; V. i
farmer; S. W.
Term of Court.
term of tho circuit
ity, which convenes
i iv, Mas- 22, have
Dukes Valley, East Hood River, May
16. The rains for the cast week have
done a vast amount of good to this
part of the valley, and we would wish
to see them continue for some time
were it not for injuring the berries in
other parts of the valley.
Gardens, spring crops, clover and
young orchards are growing forth aud
looking better than ever before at this
time of the year. Perhaps this being
the year of the great fair has some
thing to do with it. but we think con
ditions of the weather and better care
and cultivation have more to do with
it than anything else.
We are all looking for good crops
and good prices this year and are not
worrying about cyclones aud tornados
tearing through the country, laying
waste our crop and destroying our
property. No wonder thousands of
people are coming to the Pacific coast
where they can have some peace, as a
friend from South Dakota said to us
recently. Back there you run the risk
of freezing to death in winter and iu
summer of being either washed away
or blown away or sunstroke. N'othim;
iiKe mat ever Happens in Oregon.
gh. Class Ivllllncr37-
3E3IoocL Birer, Ore.
I'llUMi 51. phone 51.
We again invite you to try
Bone & Woods started their saw mill
last week with a full crew and are
turniug out some geod lumber. Peo
ple wishing rough lumber will do well
to give them a call.
Dukes Valley can suimlv a eood
many laboring men. but at nresent the
demand exceeds the supply. Inside
of five years Dukes valley aud Willow
Flat combined will be one of tho
busiest and liveliest places in Hood
Hazel, the youneest daughter of W.
C. Dodge, Fay Caruahan and A. T.
Dodge are on the sick list this week.
. A . (iiitchel, farmer;
farmer; W. J. Baker,
. Friday, farmer.
II I. Keyes, farmer;
i.i keeper; K K Allen,
ChiMcra, capitalist ; 1).
The Royal Neighbors of Hood River
extended an invitation to their neigh-
oors at M osier to attend a banquet on
Friday night, at wnich 14 or It! at
Mosler witnessed a counle of run
aways last week. The teams of Mr.
Hardwick and Mr. Peterson decided
they would take a little spin, but
were caught by Messrs Husky and
Harrison, ere any damage was done.
Strawberry picking has now beirun
in earnest. A. P. liateham aud Mr.
Heuningsou are picking for shipment.
Extensive improvements have been
made ou the road in the east end of
town, consisting of an rock (Mini cov
ered with dirt and gravel.
Mr. Hardwicks. son and diintrht.ni-
from the east are visiting in Mosler.
Miss lone Solawn went to Hood
River Friday, returning Saturday evening.
r red h.vans made a short visit t.n
llood liiver Friday.
Commisisoner R. H. Weber of The
Dalles was In Mosier Suturdav. buvim?
Mrs. E. B. Woods was a Dassenimr
for The Dalles Friday, returning Saturday.
A danoiug party was aivon Saturday
night at the home of Mr. aud Mrs.
Superintendent Neff. accomnanied
by Mr. Gitford the Dliotom-anher made
a special trip from The Dalles Friday
to photograph the school holding in
district 5 for the Lewis and Clark ex
Mr. and Mrs. Tabor who have been
conducting meetings, have returned
to The Dalles.
J. J. Lewis spent last week in Port
Miss Mary Middleswart stient a few
days in Hood River last week wsitiug
her sister, Mrs. Will Roland.
Mrs.W. A. Husbands was taken sud
denly ill last Friday, but is reported
to be imroviug.
Little eight-year-old Gilbert Heath,
being seized with a desire to visit his
sister, Miss lone Splawn.who is teach
ing in district eight, walked up from
llood River ou Sunday. On reaching
Mosier, he was taken in charge by Miss
Root, w ho happened to lie in town,
and was conveyed to the home of the
parents, at which place Miss Splawn
Mrs. Connoll is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Chas. Stark.
vSeason is Here
Don't you need a new
Receipt Book, :
Rubber Stamp Pad,
Pad Ink, Etc. :
Large Assortment at Right Price
It is to your advantage to do so.
Another car just in.
Why suffer with spring tiredness,
mean, cross feeling, no stiengtli, no
appetite? Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea will make you well and keep you
well. 35 cents, Tea or T lets at ('has.
N. Clarke's di uiisture.
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder, Urinary Organs.
1U, Dhlnm.dim B a a V
uropey, i emaie Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
cure for you. If necessary writs Ir. I cinier.
lie litis spent a life time caring Just such
cases us yours. All coiisultullous Free.
"I suffered 10 years with backache and kid
ney trouble. Tried a groat many physicians
without relief. Dr. Fanner's Kidney and Back
ache Cure is the only Kemedy that ever helped
ma and after using only two bottles I feel en
tirely cured. Have no pain or acho of any kind.
Miss ALICE McDONALP, Omaha, Neb."
Druggists, 50c, 81. Ask for Uooli Uook Vhev.
For stale by C. N CLANK K, Hmd River.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOlKVc SMITH '.!: )S., I'ldpiictois.
Groceries, Flour and Feed
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY.
Only Exclusive Grocery Store in the City. Five Delivery. IMione
We have tlie Laips( Stock of
The XJDJHj MABIIET
FKOHN & HEATCN, Proprietors.
(Succession (, t '. 8. True.)
Fresh and Salt Meats, Groceries,
Hour and Feed.
To he Found in Uh City
All Kinds and All Prices
the new linn on Hit
I'hone 1 50.
II. S. Commissioxkk.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Abstracts, Conveyances, Insurance
and Financial Agent.
Ueal Instate Aent . 2." years
and Insurance iu town. If
Tho Old and ltoliablo and Up-to-date
City and Valley. 20 years in Heal Fstat
or sell Real Estate, come and see inc.
Tho following list is only a small portion of lands we hav
i resident of the
you want to buy
J) elM;i, tanner; J. L. Harper, car
penter; V. X. Kramer, capitalist. ; K. II
Dietzel, capitalist; A. M. Harriman,
fanner; (' K. (iicer, farmer; Vince Cir
Diifur F. P. Hill, farmer; C. I'
B.,icli, farmer; A. V. iniiin, stajje
Victor 11. Mnir, fa'-iner: .lolin ('(in
fer, fanner; Marmii llnstuii, ..liner.
Witpinitia .1. M. O'lirien, f.iriner,
Clanil l.aunlilin, fanner.
Cascade Lucks W. A. Kelly, railroad
F.iulersby C. I). Doyl
Mount llood lioliert
Wrt'iitlien .1 ('. .I.ihiis in, funner.
Wam'c O 1!. Driv-r, far
Kiiiftslv M. K. McLimhI, fi nipr.
Tyi5h Valley A. V. -M.mIl-.
Tutu in a Ciilil Stora;e Room.
Mine host Cilhert (.f the Mount
Hoed earav;i;n-.sary in expendin liK)
in a cold stomtiu addition to hiH es
tal.li.Vliuieiit. Mr. (iilhert is his own
architect in this improvement, a he
was in the construction of his hotel
lust summer. Ho has worked out iu
detail h convenient mid comraodius
addition to the kitchen and base
ment, which v. iil prove a money-saver
diirinK rummer weather.
..o walls of the cellar are of con
crete, nd the rooms will be par
titioned olf tor ftoriiiK meats Hnd
votfetibles'. There will he room for
a ton and a half ( f ice iu the refriger
ator. I'i os ot ( old water will be dis
tril tiled about tho buscreent for keep
ing the vtMetahles cool and fresh.
.'.i.i tier iii; rovenient about the
l.olil 11 be the installment of elec
tric fans in the riiniiiK room aud
kitchen is soon us the Lijjht Co. puts
on d .y cineut, whh-h has tKeu
ri : i -i i s oil. Hood River w ill 1
wn. I.o Joi.rd up to-dute, aud Mr.
C; ii: .. ;t propo.-es thatghU hotel shall
ah i -vs have ti.e L.test iuiprovemcnti
for toe coiiii'oit of his patrous, aud
the etliok-uey cf his service
'i'l.Hi al toe l'wm auil
t; Mi, oj:( - ii i: if in I'oi Hand,
"Ii t t
-.:,.Il.hltio!is lire I
po t tie- and e;
I.i--.'. i- and t I irk e.V
!.'.:u- You Sprayed Yet?
,ei v.-i'.r n.:it';inl of Clarke un 1
at Clarke's 7c pound.
Death of Mrs. V. L. Everett.
Mrs. V. L. Everett, known to mauy
people of Hood Kiver, died at Fair-
view, near Portland, Wednesday, May
10, where Professor and Mrs. Everett
u ive made their home since last Sep
tember. A short prayer service was
conducted at tho home last Wednes
day evening by Iev. W. T. Soott,
pastor of the Presbyterian church at
Fairview, of which Mr. and Mrs.
Kverett were members.
The body was brought to Hood Riv
er that evening, and taken to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kinsey,
on Kiver street, Mrs. Kinsey lieing a
sister of Professor Everett. Thurs
day ufternoon funeral services were
conducted at the Congregational
church by Rov. V. C. Gilmore. Hur
ial was made in Idlowilde cemetery.
Friends of the deceased contribut
ed many beautiful flowers, which
cuverud the casket at the church,
and gave evidennce of the esteem aud
friendship in which tho deceased was
held by her acquaintances. Two
littlo children have been made mother
less Kathryne, three years old, May
3, and Maurice, born six days before
the death of his mother. Ihe little
fellow was named by his mother be
fore she died.
Mrs. Everett was born in Ohio,
where she leaves a mother, Mrs. Mray
Eller, et Tuscarawas. She was mar
ried Juue 2, 11100, in Pittsburg, Pa.,
and came west with her husband two
years ago. Professor Everett taught
school in the Crapper district last
year, lie is now located ft Fairview,
as principal of the public school
Would Emulate Mood River.
Forest Grove News.
There is no community in Oregon
that is more alive to its possibilities
than the Hood River country. Every
heart in the district is set on a great
er Hood Kiver aud its raises are on
every tongue, which iu itself, and that
nh-ne, accouuts for its greatness. We
cbu but euvy this community of its
oi euess of thought and action, of its
true deep seated spirit. Forest
(i: ove's surroundings, however, are
ju t as good. The county's climate
aud toil is just as well adapted to
fr:;it raising as any in the state. Her
valleys are as beautiful aud her fame
just as great. All we need is a more
oEterprising spirit to exploit our
Has the llaby a Cough?
(Jive it Clarke's Baby Cough .S rup
It contains no ojiialep. Price 25 cents
1 wo houst-8 for rent. W: J. Baker.
1. 5-rooin house and over an
acre of laud. Most sightly loca
tion in town. About -10 fruit trees
and other fruit. Easy terms.
2. It U0xl, good location
and fine view 250
3. One and one half lots on
State .(treet, fenced, sidew alk and
frui'. trees 150
4. Six fine lots on the hill, very
fine view 1100
5. A good building lot in Kar
ri tt-Sipma addition 200
(I. Small house ti ltd good lot in
7. House and lot and good barn
in gooJ sightly location
8. A gomi business corner on
Oak street, 75x100 feet. Three,
good buildings on the property...
Also the exclusive sale of lots
in Kivervievv Park and Idlowilde
1 25 acres 5 'o miles from town
on tlie East side; good apple laud
til sou t 3 acres cleared and 40 fruit
trees set. A house, one half mile
from sciluol, on 1!. I'. 1). route 1700
2. 5 acres 2 miles from town on
West side. All in cultivation; 2
acres in strawberries; a few fruit
trees; a 4 room bouse; small burn;
close to church. Easy terms 1500
3. 20 acres of good apple hind,
unimproved, 12 miles from tow n
A Jll m'l'i'd li mili.u fr.,ii Ic,
I ... ' - ... ... W. .',
I .w acres in cultivation, 4 acres iu
1250 i strawberries, 400 apple trees of
i the best varieties and in line con
I dition .several acres in alfalfa und
5000 1 clover; all good land, one-half
mile from school and w ith one of
the best views in till! valley,
( infill terms "... (1000
5. 10 acres of unimproved hind
ti miles from town, level and eas
ily irrigated; will grow any kind
of crops; close to school and
irrigating ditch : 1100
(i. 20 acres of unimproved land
I! miles iii ii 1 1 town, level and eas
ily irrigated; will grow any kind
of crops; close to school and
7. HI) acres six miles from tow n
on West side; 4 acres in bearing
oii hard; creek rims through the
place; fine for fruit or grass; good
4-iooni house !i50()
H. Hai ry lirovvn place of 5 acres
4 acres in slrawlierries; horse,
w agon, harness, farm tools and a
-inch water right go with the
Ice Cream, Soft Drinks j
Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco.
Hood River Heights j
H. F. JOCKI.MSEN. Prop.
Near liaseball Grounds on the Heights
Give l.'s a Call
In I loot Hiver Vnllcv needs
not too c'ool for him. I
1o use o'ouil toolsj 1, )(.st
un jircpnrod to supply
Lnp Cut a-
BERT G. BOARDMAN,
I IllS Opl'lll'll it
iiud will keep on hand n first
class stock of
Groceries, Hour and Feed
The public is invited to cm 11
and inspect the stock. A
square deal for all.
.-ill your needs in
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators,
In fact all tools that arc needed on every
tarin. or orchard tools California. Sr.
way has no superior. The
Ohio Reversable Extension Head Disc
is the only one on the market that is worthy of the name.
Acme Harrow is too well known to need a description.
Osborne Combination Spring Tooth Harrows are without
a competitor. If you need a ood
WAGON OR BUGGY
I can supply you. For cleariii'j,' your land you need powder
I have just received a carload and have it stored in a mag
azine here, and can suiiiilv you che.'iiier than vou can iret
Land Plaster, Flour and Feed
in any quantity and fit the riiht prices. I
(iroceries. Ammunition and Fishing Tnckli
l'.iirb Wire. Jto
nil line of staph?
Axes, X-Cut Saws, Shovels. Spades and
Yours For I5u.-in ss.
Janitor work done nt rerou;bl( nrirt- hv i
experienced man. Apply to K. w. citoss, 3rd and River Street.
Hood River, Ore.
FEW LAWN MOWERS,
Which we are Closing Out al
P Fire Sale Price
Come in and Let us Show You
NORTON & SMITH,
Curries every tiling- iu the line, including;
KrinRIed Silks, Silk Embossed, Tapestries, Moires,
Ingrains, Varnished Tiles, Blanks, etc.
Up-to-date Paper Hanging, Sign,
Carriage and House Painting.
l'lione(,71. First, and Oak Streets.
THE DALLES NUIiSEBIES
u. ii. u Kr,i:ii, ii()..
THE DALLES. OREGON.
K IOTA Hi
(1KHWKK A Nil DKAI.KH IN
TfJCCC GRAPE VINES
1 iLLJ SMALLAFRUITS
Evergreens, Roses and Shrubbery.
Remember, Our Trees are Crown Strictly Withaut Irrigation.
Fresh and Cured Meats, Groceries,
Flour and Feed.
Hoon KivKit IIkkjuts. Fkkio Divuvioitv.
THE MILL WILL NEVER GRIND
Willi the water tlmt iH ihihI. hut iinliki?
the mill, our msl orileii Imve Imih
llllud ho HiicocHht ii 1 1 y tlmt new oiicm iirti
coiiKliintly C(jinihj iu In im mil- ill
imlnuiH. Arc vou ! i he uih i,f them?
Our l;illcs hitent aii.l White liiver
llmir i the lim st I hill ix milled, jmil
ix uroiind from the Im-sI selected wheal;
ill fact the cream of the heatlleld.
Hid it makes the tiioh! ilelleiniiH bread
while and palalahle.
I'lll nai.k liv
STRANANAN & IJAGLHY
Hood Rivor, Or.
Cherries will soon w he
Below yon will wi picture rprenpntlriij a ho of Talent Vciitl'nlo l P. I
Crton, eight of which lit luto the rKiilitr ten iwuiel eiistern Wooden ( li. rry li. v
of theeartooH can benent In every Rhlpment ofthnoiflinnry pack. ( Mir inei'mrt nil..
convenient way to pack cherrleH, heslat.H nurely Riianinleetni! thatlhu frui; willri-u
wlluallon la perfect condition, to nay nothing of the belter price to 'e (.-bullied
Our Bimce will not allow e to (five dotftl!- Put
we kept a record on nil Hules Us t year and K.Mid
our cUHtomera ohtalned In almoxt everv e.e
BETTER PRICES FOR FRUIT
The Sacramento Dally Fruit World Telegraphic record can
prove thin alaternen t
We will cheerfully annwer any qanetion In recardto oor
perlence with thin pafikiiue. Itn phenomenal aale ha nurpriaed ca
and we want all to got the benefit of It use.
COMMON SENSE FRUIT CARRIER CO.
Mamitmcturmrm of Charry CaWoil
P. . tOX (MT SAN JOSE. CAU
Fur Sale hy (i. I. WOc DWOUTII, llood Kiver, Oregon.