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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1905)
All day FRID
Our whole force will work early and late to get our entire stock
from 15 to 50 per cent, to be ready
After which, until Feb. 1, 1906, you can buy everything less than manufac- 1
1 hirer's cost. Yours for business,
money. See what
lilt IKK LOCAL .UAl'JERH.
For sale. Some of the finest lota on
lie hill, fronting tin- river. Also lots
in Riverview park nnd Idlewild. See
V. J. linker.
Just received New line Lewis and
Clark souvenir pins. Ci-1 1 to see them
Et Clarke's the jeweler.
50 acres on the East Side, 2) miles
out. 10 u r res in vuung orchard. A snap.
V. J. MAKER.
Do ynn want, ti nt prescription filled
accurately mid wild just what t lie doc
tor o.dercd? Then take it to Clarke's.
Shinirles. See us for best prices.
Oregon Lumber Co.
Use Willi mi.-' tnti sciitie hair tonic
and keep off i'-av hairs.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery same
day order is received. Oregon Lumber
All watch, Cb.i ! and jewelry repair
work guaranteed by Clarke, the jeweler.
Muntic, wall nod eookoo clocks on
easy term" Clark's.
ItiO aires, li miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main -oiid; pood spring ; $ir an
acre; will 'iviile: 'ine apile land. Also
other M'sier nr .p rty. W.. I. linker A Co.
Call and examine my new line of
watches I can save you money. Clarke,
I guarantee a lit in glasses. Clark ',
the optician and jeweler.
1 i you live in this part of the coun
try? Then bnv home-made fruit tv-ves
They are all right ami the ppices are
right. At Davidson Fruit Co.
A new line of Walkover -hoes just re
ccived at t lie new store of Vogt l!ros.
Complete set of lilacksmithing tools
for sale; also will sell or lease shop!
well-established business. Located ill
Hood River. V. .1. Hiker fc Co
Home-made sausage, bologna, minced
bam, pressed beef, etc., at Hobnail's.
Order vour Sunday dinner at Hotel
Wuu-Uvvhi-tiwin, Sa'inrd.i, Morning.
Fine line of meats anil iroceiics for
berrj pickers, at llolnian'e.
Our CrocHery Depart
ment is a hlaze of attraction
these days; if you want to see
sounthiog preltv come ill and
spend a little time looking over
our new dishes: it will lie a mu
Ice Cream Freezers, Ice
cream set-, water pitchers, paper
napkins, lemonade sets, lemon
squeezer-!, lemonade sKaners, ice
p'i'ks, ice shavers, etc. Mine price
Fruit Canning Time
will soon lie here. Fruit jar tops,
rubbers, funnels, wrenches, seal
ing wax, jelly wax, jelly glasses,
tin fruit cans, stone jars, preced
ing kettles, granite ladles and
spoons, cherry seeders.
Bird Cages llrass and fancy
painted, witli and w ithout screens,
I bird cups, bird baths, cage hooks,
springs, chains, mru seen in pack
ages with cuttle bone, bird gravel,
nest baskets, etc. Little prices
n'&JFUx j0$sl. ....
Begs to announce that the
Will be closed
FOR OUR GREAT
Which has been fully explained on another page.
Telephone orders will be filled, but NO OTHER SELLING will
take place until
SATURDAY, JUNE 3d.
we offer before sending
Do you use Lath? (iet our price and
compare it with that of competitors.
You will make money this way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
Krohn Heaton, the Ideal market,
on the heights, will treat you rijrbt.
See I'rohii & Heiiton on the heights
for nice, dry lli-inch stove wood.
Fine potatoes fur seed and table use
ut Kmhn & Heaton's, the heights.
Walk-over shoes all the latest lusts,
at the New Store. Vogt liros.
If you have not contracted your
berry erates with the Davidson Krui
Co., Iietter do so quick and get the
benefit of the reduced prices at which
contracts ure now being made.
I Well, don't vou see that if vou wish
to see well, you should see Clarke the
optician. Guaranteed work in glass
To make room fur new stock all cut
glass will be closed out at cost. Clarke
liny your berry crates and fruit hoxes
at the Hood Hiver bo fnctorv. They
are homemade and the fruit sells in top
prices when packed in them. Hood
Hiver fruit deserves good boxes, and
when you buy from tlx? Hood River box
foctory you are sure of a supply when
vou want them. Our prices are right,
itavidson Kruit Co.
Stein-Iiloek clothing beats them all
For n good hat, buy a Gordon at Vogt
A delightful place to rest at Hotel
Waii-Gwin-Gwin after your Sunday din
ner. For groceries, Hour, meats, fresh and
suit k to Krohn A Heaton the Ideal
market on the heights.
Patrons of the Fast Fork Irrigating
Co. can have water at $.".(K)as usual by
giving written notice to C. It. Iloneor
0. C. Massiker terms cash, Fast Fork
Irrigating company, by C. R. Hone,
I'.lne Vitrol at Clarke's 7c a pound.
Dout forget the place Hotel Wau-Gwin-Gwin,
for Sunday dinners, 7oc.
f . . . f
Mrs. Mawn received the
Lew-Hod Clark F.iir ticket last
week. The fair will lie ope i this
week ami the ticket w ill be made
available at your convenience,
good for HO d iv s returning.
Coupon with each dollar purchase
Men's Underwear Sum
mer meigl t, eb'S'ic Jersey ribbed,
light blue, excellent wearing ga--nieiit",
u-ual 5 c values, shirts and
drawers, 8oc per garment
Near Cut Glassware can
hardly ted il from cut glass, very
beautiful in aparunce, lcrry
bow Is, water piichers, sugar howls,
cream pitchers, cake plates, water
glasses, syrup jugs, salt mid pep
per shakers, lion bon dishes, etc.
Nickle Plated Ware l.le
gant in apiiearan.e and serviie
able. Tea and coffee pots, tea
kettles, svrup pitchers, lea sets,
trays, bath room fixtures, baking
dishes, sugar tillers, mugs, etc'
Thev ae nice and cost but a little
, I.I .11
FRANK. A, CRAM.
away. We will save you big money.
V. H. Hone has a few tons of wheat
clover and timothy hay left at, hi ranch
and at the Livingston place that he
Sunday dinners at Hotel Wau-Gwin
F. (i. Coe makes ironing hoards.
Dinner served at Hotel Wati-Gwiu-Gwin
Sunday from V2::'A) to 2:M() p. m.
Get a meat safe of F. G. Coe and defy
F. G. Coe is fully equipped to make
and hang window screens in a Hrst-class
Now that all important ipiestion is
settled the next thing is the rim; a line
new line of engagement and wedding
rings. I'riccs right. Ciarke the jeweler.
A Fair Proposition.
Lewis i Clark Fair bats at fair prices
to he worn by all fair women to the fair
of 11105. If you haven't got the carfare
walk there, but be sure to call at Mine.
Abbott's and get a fair bat.
Patronize home industry bv buying
your window screens of F. G. ( 'oe.
Are y u going camping ? F. G. Coe
makes tent poles.
Save Your Cherries . C. Hulcher,
of San lose, Calif., w ill be here shortly,
to buy cherries. Do notiontract for the
sale of your fruit until you see him. G.
I). Wood worth.
Wanted at Once A four or live-room
house. Apply to C. II. S'.etlcn, caie of
R. li. Hragg iV Co.
Tho ladies of the I'nptist church
wish to announce that, they will ron
tiuue their Saturday sales of good
tilings to oat every week until the
close of tho berry seanon. Their did
icacies are dispensed in the Tweedy
building, on the heights next door to
We are now prepared to Jill your or
ders with as good meat, as can he
bought in town. Wo assuro the pub
lic, that we will show our nppreehi-
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Souvenirs A new In of very
cute no-tals. souvenir view s. vv ateli
fobs, match boxes, knive-, ;ati.
mirrors, aluminum trays, snavcni'
spoons, purses, limn' '.ejitie-,
haulers, pin cushions, paper
weigids, Indian basket!., bead
work, etc. Little price.
ation Suits you will appre
ciate I le in tor - uionier w ,n . wet i
made, nicely trimmed wil l uash-ab!(-
lace, vcry elaborate. .Vic gar
Mosquito Netting, white,
green ami bine, adjustable win
dow screens, fly traps, tanglefoot
fly paper, poison fly paper, wire
tly killers, etc., to get rid of the
Hies. Little prices
Nem Music Hundreds ,,f
copies of all the late popular mu
sic and new publications ci lining
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Ill HI! IIIC UllllT. 11 l'll Willi! Pi'lil' jm.
thilia neip and nrt.itv u'i emi sho ... '
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you. i.ittie pric
recuced in price
tion of their patronage by promptness,
neatness and politeness and will also
show our good weight. Respectfully
yours, Mayes Bros.
.Mis. C. 11. Vaughau visited in The
Dalles last, week.
M. ('. Mott expects to leave shortly
for Lane county, wnerc lie will locate
among the timbers on the Suislaw.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Con
gregational church will meet Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Geo T. I'ratber.
Segregating the population of The
Dalh s it is found I hat we lotve "J2S7 male
residents and 10:15 females. There are
til! Chill, linen, 24 Japenese, 11 Negroes
and 2S Indians residing within the city
N. W. Jackson, w ho owns some apple
land near Captain Jackson's farm, was
up from I'ortl mil the first of the week.
Mr. Jackson expects to be here later to
make Hood 1'iver his home. He is at
present employed in the street ear ser
vice oi Portland.
The picture of P. F. Fonts of Hood
Hiver appears among those of tho grad
uate.-' of t he law department of the Uni-
! vei siiy of Oregon. Mr. Fouls is presi-
dent oi bis class. The graduates will
1 go to Salem to take the final examina
tions for admission to t lie bar. The
' class numbers IS.
! Dr. Cooper and bis sou, W. F.
I Cooper, returned last Thursday from
tlieir trip to Iowa, where they went
I to Htraigiiten up some business anil
i to bring their household goods for
i their Hood Kiver home. Dr. Coopor's
I daughter, Torinda, returned with
bin), also Miss Zajicek, who will teach
A largo party left here yesterday
I morning for Hood River with tents
land camping utensils prepared to
! live out doors and have a good time.
Some will pick strawberries and nil
! will eat. Included in the party were
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Starret, .Mr. and
Mrs Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey,
Misses Jessie Greer, Mabel Shipley,
i F.llio Wright, Myrtle and Florence
I Dennis. Forest Urovo Times.
r Prof. L. A. Henderson of the chair
of botany, nt the I'uiversily of Idaho,
I at Moscow, is in the city on a visit to
his mother, whom ho found in very
I good health, considering her advanced
i age. Mrs. Henderson resides at her
! count rv home two miles southwest of
the city. She is able to sit up most of
the day. Prof. Henderson was on his
i return from a trip to Olvmpia and Port
llaml. ! Judge Henderson states that the
; D -adpoint Development Co. will have
the tracts of land at Forsythe on the
I market in ii few weeks. Tbe land will
i be d'sp"scd of ill parcels of live and
. ten acres. Twenty men ine now bu-y
'constructing an irrigation system for
Mhe new townsite. The coin. any ha"
1 expended about $2000 in iin, ,'ovenieiits
! incident to placing this tract on the
'market. An easy grade will soon he
const meted to the laud.
Senator Lougbary of Polk canity, is
spending the.week in Hood Hiver with
; his sisters, Irs. .1. L. Ilershner, and
! Mrs. O. A. Wolverton. As the senator
; is an ardent disciple of Iza.ik Walton,
j he is spending part of the Week whii
I ping some of the streams of Hood River
1 lor the b'stive trout. During the recent
! session of the Oregon legislature, Sena
I tor Lougbary was one of the most ear
I nest workers lor the formation of !';-
cade county. I lis ri sidence is at Dallas.
The Mi-ses Florence and Ft he I
Sharpe, sisters of Mrs A. C. Lofts, of
this if y, arrived last Friday night, af
ter a two weeks' trip, from lindoii.
While crossing the Atlantic the young
: belies experienced a rough trip. The
I ship's lifeboats were provisioned and
I prepared to lower, but the steamer, the
Fnun How until the close of the Lewis
and Clark I'iir we w;ll give awav one
round trip ticket to Portland includ
ing one admission to the Fair. You can
have your Choice going by boat or rail
and the tickets will be good any time
you may select to go during the Fair.
We give a numbered coupon with even
dollar purchase, which gives you a
chance to g"t i he above. These will be
given in addition to our regular trade'
tickets s i you can get your premiums j
just the same. Remember a ticket given j
away eveiy week. These will be four'
given away before the opening of the
J. E. RAND
i Best stock of
I'onicranian, w ea! iiere 1 the storm ami
leached port in safety, Th" you'll
belies broiinht Mr. I. oils, I'min I oinlon,
a special setting of choice hens' eiru-',
which came through in spleinbil shape.
The Mi-sen Sharpe will luake their
home in Hooil Hiver with Mr. ami Mis.
II. I.. Vor.se is speielin; a week in
Mrn. W. M. Stewnrt visited in The
1 lallea lust week.
Alfalfa, clover ami wheal will soon be
icaily for the lir-t eutliiii! A full crop
M. K. McCarty ,,f the I'aris ia r
nutile a business trip to I'orlland the
lirst of the week.
K. ). (iill'ord of Seattle i- in the
city the k'lio-t of his, brother in law,
II. W. l'enler.
Mrn. J. A. Crossen nf Valhu. (!ulif. ,
iw in thiH city, the wr-t of Mr. mid
MrH. Ftiinl! A. ('rain.
Mrs. II. M. N i.-ki I i. li oi lieli, em ha
the t hanks of tie- ilaeie' for a ho o
line Mrawherries Tie" heriies weie
lieailtien, hi thrci" inel a half tier fruit.
J. .1. Ilii'shin ine r. pitent aid peus'oii
attorney of I'ortlaiel, was t Viiiisael iie;
liusinesM in lloml Kiu-i Si'urday.
While here he iitti'ii h' ! a nu "tiny of
I'anhy post, (i. A. I:
Mrs. Amelia lur';s, of Maine, has
purchased the Teiiold hoe.s I lot, on
I he hei.'hts, amlwiil move here with
her fainilv. The deal was made throii.'h
II. M. Abbot I : consiil. latiou. flHiM).
The Hood Hiver (I i r i n ir mi.l is com
peUrd to (.-rind niyht and dav Pi till or
d"rs. Ilocul Kiver Hour is evideiiHv
i."iniii! a reputation foinelhiie' like
i lo n kjver apples and st raw bei rles.
Mi.s. Toiik'Ii of I'ortlinl visited
with Mr. and Mm. S. I), tinnier the
flrrt i;f th week. Mr. and .Mrs. li.
. l'i-k of Portland were al-o ruest..
duiiiiK the week of Mr. und Mrn. (iar
N. I). Kanford, the coiiiiiiissio'i
n:ei chant of (.'ascade Locks, was in
the city Tuesday to attend the .Mem
orial day services. .Mr. Sanlord
served ihroiiihout the war as a mom
l.er of (.'o. K, luith Illinois.
Ir. K T. t'arns letnrne.l la-t week
I ! 1 1 I. "s Angeles a to I l'a-ei!"iia. where
he spent the winter, and foe In that it
w a - of Is in (it to his health. M is. ( ' ini"
and son, who have been visitiiur with
lelatives in Portland during the doctor's
aliS"iice in California, returned with
l-iin. ir. Carnes is silud to return lo
Ibi d Ki'er. I'Ms idem i- a very pretty
i"-oit, he says, but no coiinlry has the
pnii" water Hiel fine K'liiniier air that are
to be found at ITkhI kiver.
Our entire line of CORSETS
Here is your opportnity to
get a dependable article at cost.
Among the late arrivals
in millinery aie the :
DucK and Lingerie liats
Just the thing to wear with light shirt waists
TRUNKS and BAGS
Look them over
We are going to help you get ready
to do the Fair on Saturday, the 27th.
We will give you free with every
man's suit sold any $3.00 hat in thel
house that you may choose. You will
find our suits the latest cuts and
styles and prices equal to any.
Remember Saturday, May 27i
We have three of the
hest running mates in
shoes. SELZ ROYAL
BLUES for men, UTZ
& DUNN for ladies and
the RED SCHOOL HOUSE
for boys and girls. We have
them in all leathers and all
the new lasts.
Corns in and let us fit your
feet with these famous shoes
Our stock of groceries and crock
ery is full and complete. Give us a
trial and see if ours is just as good and
just as cheap as the other fallow.
J. E. RAND
Helieii it Hiindei'K Heciired n colli rnet
lust week to erect, a iMInll coltane for
llerniiin ( Irosser on the Knst Hide.
MisM l'rudeuce l'nltors.on of The
I Milli'i was in Hood llivor during the
week, the uiicst of M isv .olota Ki l.-ay.
Word conies from The Halles that
Ivirl l!ol.:ivds, who vas operated on for
appeie licit is Inst Friday, i" yell iter mIdiil?
Snow A- Upson, the blacksmiths,
I ale 1 1 1 u ii I n 1 their machine shop day
land niht. cnmplet.ini; work for their
j tiiauy cu.t.oniei a.
i .Mr. and Mr.s. I''. S. Stanley and
i daughter were Hood Kiver visitors,
i lust I'l-iday. Air. Stanley is presi
i dent of tho First Nat ionnl bank of this
j I!. W. Davidson, of North Dakota,
who was here on a isit with A. ('.
Buck and family three months ayo,
stopped over Sunday here, on his re
turn to the Fast,.
I ). If. Watson of l.itchlleld, Neb.,
is in tlm city the nuosl. of Ki. K.
l!radl"V and family. Mr, Watson and
Mrs. 1'iiadley uoie formerly neighbors
in Nehraska. Mr. Wat. -on i.s seeking
a local ion in t lie We-t.
Iuilo Al I. like was, down fnun The
Dulles, last Saturday lookim.' lifter his
ranch, thiee miles south of thia city.
The judye says his starw bei 1 ies 1110
turniiur out. even better than he hurl
hoped for, and that his, clover is luak
iii line iirowth. Lake A' llolton ex
pect to harvest Km tons, of clover this
summer on this, place.
HricU woik on the I hree story an
moi to the bio store of Stewarl, the
hou -e fiirnisl er, is Hlinpinx up rapid
Kav Hill, whose bicycle whs stolen
Sunday nh;!P. bo;:e the peison who
took the v heel is l aviiiL'n yood time,
an I that he will keep the bicycle well
iilt i moI oil' his porch, for fear it limy
pa- into othi r hands. If ymi have a
vvl ei I hotter keep it old. of reach of
tie I ievcl" pickers, shj-h Mr. Hill.
Mr. Ihii""".viirt called to 1'ortlnild
I t 1 ok. her mother bavim; met
with i' 1 'i 'is fall. Mrs. Krice is e.
:i'i i hole t OIIIOITOW.
ve! 1 I 1'ol insoii and Marion Siroat
T t'i : e (I'ove were in The Dalle bit
Fti 'i e. the yiistH of Misrt .Mabel Kid
,i-s ;i Cooper, who clo.-eil a very
, 1 "( i.s fi. term of school last week in
th - e'oeet Ilocul district, left Friday
v t e ii y for a visit w it li friends at t he
li. II" s Mi-s Cooper will spend the
nvi.nrr r n her hone-tend at Mount
Hooil. She had 1 ecu retained Ha prin
cipal of the Mount Hood ochool.
Agx-tit for standard patterns
and publications. Jj
Designer, 10 cents. H
Mrs. ChurloH Smith arrived from
Hood Kiver IiihI Friday to lie present
at, the commencement exi icio-ns, l.er
daughter, Miss Lizzie Davis., heicn
one of Hie (.T diiul,en. (Tironichi.
iliuepb llolden, who roomily at
tempted suicide at, Mount Hood, vi.d
taken to The Dulles, last week, win re
Dr. Donne ex ined the iiiim, mid
judged him to be insane. Hidden
is, about :til years old. lie will be
placed in the asj him at Salem, unless,
relatives in the ca.-.t make other nr
niii!ementa. John McCain of Tacoma who for tho
past month has been the i.'iiept of Mr.
and Mrs. .lames T. Weurt, who recently
leiiHed the linker fruit ranch, left Mon
day for Seattle, w hero be will do lid -vortisine;
work for the l'ost Inteil:
H"iieer. Mr. Weart expected to accom
pany him to Seattle, but'Mra. Weart
h is not been well the past week or two.
Mrs. (iriivos, national iMunizcr of
the W. C. T. U., will lecture at the
First rnitiiriau church of this city,
Saturday evening of this week. S 'i-
In V 111111 li i UK she will h ppea r 1 t t hi)
lli'.ershlo Coiurrei;iitoniil clo 11 h. end
at, the I'. I!, church in the oveniiiK
Kohert l.eiisure of Mount Hood o 'ti
a ir'jotl horse Wednesday morning. TI n
aiiimal was taken siik Sidnnlay w il h
what the vereiinary suriou terii ' l
liver t roiihlo.
Deacon David. -nit unuoiiuccH (I it
the Dn i'lsoii I'ruit ('o. is comiiie 'o
the front with a 1 a' kiliK house at I' 1
himny ( birdons, W'xl'J.
I. I'. Ivan of White Saltnor a tin m
ber of the Ulickitut COI'i'ty I oild of
'iimniissioner.s, was in Hood liiv r,
W. K. Fci les and K. I'.icles o' '
den rcei-tend Sunday I i-;. i ..L 1 lo
Mount ood hiotel.
(!. K. WnrroiiH and urn are i p from
I'orll iiid to look alter tho hi i ry In I've,-1
on Mi adovv lirook farm.
St,. Marks (liiild will meet with Mis.
Ij. C. Ilaynes, Wednesday, June 7.
A supply of broom Fiiks mid a ions
made by St.. Marks ( in ild, idwuvs on
sale at the residence of Mrs. I. Clark.
Olhcial announcement of t Le promo
tion of W. C. tiedilcs is out f i ilil the
olliee of the ireon I, umber Co. in this
city. Mr. I ieddes (joes to V lento June I .
M. N. Sanborn and dauh'er of De
troit Minn., is in the city the uiiest oft'.
I', Dakiti and family. Mr. Sanborn
and Mr. Dakin were old iieinaintani"s
in Minnesata Mr. Saul'oMi is luekii.g
or a location in the West,
I lev. and Mrs, t). .1 . Nelson left today
for liclliiiKham und Kverett, Wash,
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