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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
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of the last few weeks has caused some of our patrons the inconvenience of
not getting as quick service as usual.
We beg to apoligize to any who were obliged to wait, and assure you we will
make every effort in the future to give all prompt attention. We hereby an
nounce that prices will be slashed all through the season until Febru
ary 1st., 1906.
There is great values here for everyone. We have our immense stock which must be reduced.
ESHECT SSRffign ta?iziE3S griyrrni c,?5Wg? gSSSIO SI!3
IHtlF.F LOCAL .MATI'KR!.
Just received New line l.ewie and
('lurk souvenir pin. Ci.ll to see them
lit Clarke's the jeweler.
50 acres mi the Knst Side, 2 miles
nit. 10 acres iii wmng orchard. A snap.
W. J. I1AKER.
Shingles. Sen us fur best prices.
Oregon Lumber Co.
Use Williams' unti -septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery same
dav order is received. Oregon Lumber
Call and examine my new line of
watches I can save you motley. Clarke,
I guarantee a lit in glasses. Clarke,
the optician and jeweler.
To make room for new stock all cut
class will be closed out at cost. Clarke
Do you use I.ath? Get our price and
compare it. with that of competitors
Yon will make money this- way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
If you have not contracted your
berry crates with the Davidson Fruit
Co., belter do so quick and get the
lienelit of the reduced prices at which
contractu are now being made.
Well, don't you see that if you wish
to see well, you should see Clarke the
optician. Guaranteed work in glass
House and two l"t on the hill for
$!HH); fWifi down ; li rooms: rents for ifH;
on corner and brow of bill ; off the mar
ket soon. Kdwi i A Henderson.
Lots on the installment plan in Coe's
Addition; 'J" per i t down; balance $5
per month ; H per cent interest. Kdwin
Buy your berry c-ates and fruit (sixes
at the 'Hood River box factory. They
are homemade and the fruit sells at top
prices when pm ki-d in them. Hood
Kiver f'uit le-crcs good ltoxes, and
when you bnv from the Hood Kiver box
foctory you a".' Mire of a supply when
you want 1 1 1- n i . Our prices are right.
Davidson Kruit Co.
Tired out, worn out woman cannot
tleep, eat or work; seems as ifshe would
Ily to pieces. Ilollisters ltocky Mount
ain Tea makes stronir nerves ami rich
ri d blitot I. ;,h cen is Tea or Tablets. C.
51 eets & (bidw'a is the place to get
uie celebrate I llazchvood ice en am.
Try one of their walllcs when you are in
Dr. I". T. Cai ns has relumed to Hood
Kiver and resumed his practice at the
wime place, over HaMness store, where
lie is prepared to attend those wishing
ItiO acres, 1J miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main road; good spring; $25 an
acre; will divide; line apple land. Also
other Mosier property. W..!.HakerSc Co.
Now that all important question is
settled the next thing is tin- r 'in a tine
new- line of entrapment and wedding
rings. Trices right. Ciarke the jeweler.
C. C. Massiker terms cash, East Fork
Irrigating company, by C. R. ISone,
C. R. Bone has a few tons of wheat
clover and timothy hay left at hie ranch
and at the Livingston place that he
Houses ami cottages for rent by Kd
win A. Henderson.
Today at the parlors of Sheets it
Ice at Tompkin Iiros.
I'hone Tompkin liros. for ice.
Ladies' shirts at cost at Vogt Bros.
' Wanted Intelligent men and women;
guaranteed salary $21 per week and ex
penses ; send stamped envelope for re
ply. Mrs. Jesse W. Rigby, Hood River.
Have You Sprayed Yet?
Get your material of Clarke and" save
Wall Paper KemnuiitH.
Not old stock, nor otitis and ends of
old stock from Portland, but remnants
from a new and clean stock of paper can
be had at Hunt's Wall Paper store for
ten days at bargains. 'Phone 071. 2t
Gasoline Knglne fur Sale.
The Davidson Kruit Co. have left in
stock a new No. 8 Stiekney three-horse
power gasoline engine arranged for fast
or slow speed suitable for pumping
water for irrigating purposes or oilier
power. Vert simple and easy to oper
ate. For sale at a bargain. This is not
a second-hand, cheap affair. Price. $ 175.
Clarke's Cough Elixir
will cure that cough Price i only 25c
We want to handle your strawber
ries and other produce, for we are in
position tu get -on the best prices.
Write us. A.D. RLOWERS & CO.,
Snow & I'psnn tr t the Contract.
Snow & L'pson were awatded the con
tract Saturday to furnish li.OOO iron rods
for the work of the Hood Iliver Klectric
Liulit and Water Co. is doing in the Con
struction of a new dam and power house.
To fill the contract it will require a
w hole car of iron. Several Portland par
ties were in the city to tile bids for the
work, but the home company was able
to underbid them all.
Mrs. La lira G( s and son tlrvall of Her"
k erlev, ChI , are guests of Mr. and Mrs
When yoiwant a pleasant laxative
that i- easy to take and certain to act.
use Ch.ilidierlaiii' Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by Williams' Plmr-
III IC .
Pure filler vinegar for sale.
W. .1. Baker.
in The Dalles, Monday, July:?, to
Major and Mrs. John S. Booth of
Hood River, a sdaughter.
In Hood River valley, Tuesday, July
4, to Mr. and Mrs. K S. Harbison,
a 12-pound boy.
In Mitchell, Or., Sunday, Juiy 'J,
to Mr. uud Mrs. I). P. Shiuiu, a
At Mount Hood, Saturday, July 1,
to Mr. and Mrs. A. U. McKamey, a
At the residence of A. C. Sly, in Stev
enson, Wash., Tuesday, Inly 4, Aliss
Gertrude Klnora Monton of Trout Lake
and M. A. Martin of Hood River; Rev.
K.J. Johns of Cascade Locks, otliciat
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Martin will reside in
Joe, Mayes and family will leave
today for an outing in the moutaiiis.
Luckey & Mullen claim to have tho
record in hore-sheoing. LaHt Satur
day shoes wore put on sitxy-six
horses. That is shoeing gome.
At the ('hurdles.
Vailey Christian Regular Services
Sunday, both morning and evening
W. A. JOlkins, pastor.
Riverside Congregational W. C.
Gilmore, pastor. Sabbath school 10 a.
m. President W. X. Ferrin, of I'acilic
University, will speak at 11. Kvening
Unitarian Church The pastor ex
changes with Dr. Cressey of Portland.
Baptist. Regular preaching services
at Carniichael's hall eveiv 1st ami :id
Sunday morning uud evening; Sunday
school every Sunday at It) a. m. I ove
mint and business meeting the first
Wednesday night in each month. J. li.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. anil
8 p- ni ; Sabbath school 10 a. in.; Kp
worh League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. W. C. Kvans, pastor.
United Brethren. Sunday school at
10 a. m. l'reacliing at 11 a. in. Junior
Endeavor, lt:30 p. in. Christian En
deavor, ti:45p. ni. Preaching at 7:30.
All are cordially invited. Rev. J. S.
Belmont M. K. Church. H. C. Clark,
pastor. Services, Belmont: Sunday
school at 10 a. m. ; Class .net ting atll
a. ni. ; Epworth League 7 p. in. ; preach
ing every Sunday evening ami 2d Sun
day in month at 11 a. in. ; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7 :ol) p. in. Services at
Pine (i rove same as above except preach
ing, which is on 1st and ltd Sundays at
11 a. in. Crupper. M and ' I Sundays,
at 3:!i0; Sunday school at 2:,'i0. Mount
Hood. The 4th Sunday at H a., in.;
Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Do you want that prescription tilled
acciuately and w i'b just what the doc
tor ordered? Then take it to Clarke's.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Tall, beautiful shapes, in crys
tal, enamel anil blue,
Don't you want a pretty new
one for your porch or lawn'.' Take
a savii g look at ours.
Is a fascinating game that never
grows old. It is good healthy ex
ercise for young and old. Four,
six and eight ball Fets.
Mitt, Gloves, Masks and Bats.
Balls at ftc, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Coupon No. 409,
HELD 15 Y
Lewis and Clark
. LAST WEEK.
Maybe YOU will get it
llnod liivi r specials, (Vluinb'a
River views, Lewis ami I link
burnt leather and tmrnt "uii I
2."c lo $1.00 per di.z.
Fancy Work Materials
We have alm-nt everytliiog you
want for your summer work Lin
ens, silks, needles, li. O)-, cushion
lops, c UiIm and pillows.
If You Lose
The key to your door trunk or
dresser, come to ih; we can help
you. Hundred of keys of every
description in stock.
Wouldn't von like a good, inter
esting story to read these davs.
Look over our new ones.
10c per eoiv
The Dulles city council last wtel.
granted licenses to nineteen tuilunii-u
LicoiiKt) to wod has been granted to
A. Ii. Oiirmichuel and Clara Rull'ner.
Mrs. S. V. lllytho returned Satin
dav from u visit with friends in Port
Mrs. Geo. Stoinholf mid daughter
from Seattle are guests ol'.l. L. lilouut
Dr. Lynch of Vuliscn. Iowa, is in
tho city the gtiost of Dr. V. Cooper
and family, formerly of Valisca.
Miss Eva Xichlaton left Monday foi
Portland, whero she will join some
college friends for an noting at Va
Mrs. (3. D. Thompson left Wednes
day morning for Oorrallis, where fdio
will visit for some time with relatives
Puss ( leyer and Hurry Richardson
left Monday aftornoon -for Portland,
to take in the great exposition and to
celebrate the Fourth.
William Kitbol expects to leave for
Portland next woek, where he w;illj
visit me unr. ne may oontimio on
to California before returning.
Tho ladies of the Woman's Alliance
are invited to meet Friday afternoon
with Mrs. Cunning, whero another of
Stoddard's favorite lectures will be
F. M. Shafor, a young business man
of Omaha, spent Monday in Hood
River, the guest of Ralph Laraway.
Mr. Shafer is in Portland attending
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hermann anil
family of the East Side left for Poit
land Monday, where they will visit
with Mrs. Hermann's parents, and
take in the exposition.
Tho friends of Miss Aldino liart
iness will be pleased to know that her
recent illness in J,ortland resulted in
nothing serious, anil that she is again
enjoying good health.
Commissioner Hiiilmrd is in The
Dulles this week attending the regular
monthly session of the county court.
Nothing of importance is tbeforo the
court for consideration this term, i
other than the usual grist of bills. !
' Mr. ( inlligan is up from Silvertou, '
where the spent the winter. He says!
the Wasco exhibit takes the lead at j
tho Portland fair. And Hood River
apples are the principal feature of the !
Wasco exhibit. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Learner and '
(laughter Kathryn, accompanied by 1
their niece, Miss Irene Learner, (if
Lacoinpton, are here from Colbv,
Kansas, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. i
Truman Kutler. Mr. Learner, who is i
a brother of Mrs. Duller, is a leading '
merchant of Colby.
Mrs. Dr. Chapman, who has been!
the guest of .lodge and Mrs. Ilenrv
and Mr. mid Mr. ,). li. Hunt tor the
piist two weeks, left for her home in
Illinois Thurday morning, going via :
California, Colorado and Kansas, ,
where she will visit friend and rein - :
tive, arriving homo some time In;
W.'H. II. Taylor of Portland, who :
is nursing a severe case of rheumatism !
at Collins Springs, came op to spend
the It h in 1 1 noil Iliver. .Mr. Taylor!
served during the civil war in an llli- j
nois regiment, mid while here bunted j
up an old comrade in the i erson of
S. V. Hlythe. Tin- two served to- '
get her in tin expedition from Fort!
DoneNon in Febrimry, 1K02. !
.1. I. Miller te; i its a great H'liieity ;
of wild hi (!;!' ri i at lis i bice. He;
says t'"i e lire 1 1 r '' in the n nun'.- '
ainst his year. I1 believe-- the late j
frosts destroyi I the ler-ics in tip
bloom. Those of us who regard the:
wil l blackberry an an indispensable I
luxury will have to go hungry for this i
kind of pie until another year, when .
nature may be loss severe and freakish ,
w ith her spring weather. j
There waa a happy reunion at the
homo of A. HutN oti last Fridnv. '
Two sisters of Mrs. Butts, Mrs. E. !
! Cable of (Jridlev. Cat, and Mrs.
John Alspaugh of Nupcrville, 111., and
a cousin, .Mrs. Mary Rickert of Water
loo, Iowa, all came to visit for a
month or two. ami also to take in ;
the PiTitalud fair. Mrs. ('able and ,
Mrs. Rickert had net met each other
for fifty-one years, that being in their I
early girlhood, and the meeting was a
very enjoyable one. Mrs. Alspaugh
is a librarian ami a reporter for her
home paper, so her visit is one of
study as well as recreation. They
eniiiB just in time to get a taste of
the Hun Hood River strawiierries.
which they helped to gather in the
Miss Kiilliryn Davenport of Mosier
Uthoguesl of Mrs. II. L. Duinble.
Frank Button is home from Eugene
to spend the I'tuiith with his family.
Miss i'mima Khrch returned Mon
day from a trip to Portland, where
she visited the exposition.
Mrs. (ieoigc 1-iiio oi Portland is the
necst of her s sti r, Mrs. . C. Pace oi
Dan Mears and Jack llagley have
purchased ItiO acres of hind near the
Mordecai Jones place, at lltlsttin.
Among the Gr.ldendale visitors to
Hood River on tie Fourth wore no
ticed County Clerk Sunderland and
Editor iiyars of the Sentinel.
Morrow county bus a hog weighing
11('" pounds and is still growing. He
will be entered in the prize list at the
Lewis and ('lark exposition.
Mrs. (!. '. Jones attended 'the an
nual conference of the Uniled lirethi'
cn church at, The Dalles last week as
a delegate from Hood River.
William Peterson of White Salmon
expects to leave this week for Portland,
lie will later head for Walla Walla
valley, where he will do work in the
L. Henry of t his city is empaneled
on the jury called to appear in J'ort
land Friday of this week, when Ct u
grcsstuun Williamson will face t' 'hi on
the charge of subordination of per
jury. J. (1. Machines of the White Sal
mon Land company was ii. i be city
yesterday on his way ho:, u He spent
the Fourth at Goldendnle, and while
there purchased one of the llnest
teams of roadsters on the Washington
side. Ho drove to '1 1 o Dalles, where
they received tho admiration pf all
good judges of horse flesh.
Mr. and Mrs. John .lames of Linn
con n t v are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Airs. II. (i. Mi-ko- ,-, at Alt. Hood,
Airs. McKamey bein their daughter.
AI r. .lames i a native of England. He
lias traveled over the w hole world, but
beleives be found the prettiest, spot
right here in Hood River vallev. The
grand future of Hood iver pin ticularv
impressed AI r. James.
Rev. Herbert Johnson of lita-ton,
Mass., spent last Friday in Hood
River, visiting at. the home of his
Biaiidfal her, Dr. W. Ji. Adam. Iter.
Mr. Johnson was accompanied west
by his brother, Virgil, pastor of the
Jlaptist church at Clareinont, X. II.
The young men are now visiting their
mother, Airs. Helen Joniison, at Kit.
Peter Abihr, w ho fur I'll years bus been
a resident of Hood River vallev, made
his first trip to the Willamette valley
below lYrlhiud lnt week. He look in
the towns i f V' il' nin. (iarvais and
Ah. lint Aloud Tin- Wil'innctte valley
i-. m --oleieli I coiintrv i the opinion of
Air lohr. Crop are lm. king line, but
so much r-iin Ins fallen Hi the last
nio'ith I bat wheat and oats are thick
,1. Frank Wat-nii. p:, ;d.-nt of the
Merchant Nati"ia bank, Portland,
accompanied ,y Mrs. Walson and son,
weie guests durii.". Hie week til the Ho
tel Wau- Itiin-Guin. Among the other
L'uesis were Howard L. Mather, of the
I'm t hi lid flour ing mill. AI is. Mat tier aid
Alls. I'e-anlidl Air. Wat-o i was so
pleased with the siuonier tesurt here
t hat be arranged to have hi" family re
niain a not her w eek .
t'li Ship is ib ad ; poisoned. The
ancient Persian-: had a philosophy that
v. Itii iiwii died another soul came
into exi-t'-iKe. .lie Viil.-o.n, who
a.oi1:! .- th b if his canine friend,
'':lutt.- Il.-d , Inn that limn was
lorn woo poisoned bis dog, no other
beiiig was born; he has no soul. Joe
gae I lie dog a decent burial, and do
el. ii".- that if it is the last act of his
lit", h" will thrash the man who killed
the dog. if lie is ever lu-l;y enough
to Mud the villian.
The ID-year-old son of Mordecai
Jones of Husom killed his tlrst. bear
last week. Jack liagley, Dan Alear
mid Mr. Jones were at woik in the
Held near Air. Jones' house, when
the hounds not out and treed a hear
( lose at hand. Seeing the dog had
the d rot) on bruin, Mr. June called
tor his son. a lad small for hi age,
ami weighing m'iuci ly over (V) pounds,
who popped the bear with a doe of
lead behind the ear, mid he tumbled
to the ground, a proud trophy for the
youth. Hi father say the boy ha
giown a loot since then. Mrs. Jones
had been couliued to her room for
two v.eckn, but on hearing that her
boy was to kill a Lear, ran out of the
house and into the wend to see the
our entire stoek of Shoes, Men's Hats and Shirts,
Hosiery, Underwear, Corsets, in fact everything
YVt will contimio business in our prcsciit location wil'i
with more room mid hirgor stock wo expect to serve our
patrons better thini ever before. In our elosin"- out snle
we nre offering genuine bargains in dependable up-to-date
goodH bought direct from factories.
We have nothing old or poor or
shoddy to offer you.
Win 'ii we say genuine bargains wo mean genuine bargains
The Ice Cream Ice cf Quality
I'nre, Kich Cream and the l'nrcat of Flavors
hlenbed with unsurpassed skill.
Try a ipiart for Sunday's dinner. Hpecial prices for picnics and socials.
TOMriZINS BROS., Sole Agents.
Hti:K MI.'M-::.'!H-Wlien vlHltlnu I'orl lunrt call at Hwetland'a, 'J73 Morrison street,
pii'smit Hi In ad. You will receive KltKK an attractive I.' win A (lurk souvenir
Serious Injury to Mr Aslicrof'f.
Adolph Aschoff, superintendent of
the north half of tho Cascade forest
reserve, is in a 1'oitland hospital
recovering from injuries sustained in
an accident on tho Lost Lake trail a
few days ago,' which came near cost
ing him his life.
Air. A hp li off was i:i the vicinity of
Mount Hood. He was thrown from a
horse, the iron horn of his saddle
pinning him to tho ground and tear
ing a painful wound in his hip. With
extieme fortitude Mr. Ascholl dragged
himself to a brook, washed the wound
and crawled back to camp. Here he
waited for some of his ranger to
come up, None making their appear
ance, ho saddled a pa.dt animal and
rode over the mountain to his home
at Alormot, from whero he was taken
j to Portland.
j While he camo very close to losing
; hi life from bleeding, it is thought
j Air. Ascholf will lie out of the hospi
tal w ithin u few weeks.
', Order Another Itoml llbclliin.
Tim city council Monday night
passed the bond election ordinance
without opposition ; audited and al
I lowed u number of bills; received the
reports of the treasurer and recorder,
I Air. Davidson, manager of the Jight
and Water Co., was present, and
wanted to know if the ordinance un-
I tier consideratiou staled specifically
that the city would be empowered to
purchase the present water system if
it. lit. J ho ineiei.ers of the coun
cil hdiete tbat it did, a special
clause to this elfeet has been added
to t he lot ii ei oidinaneo.
The treasurer's report, which was
rcbiied to the finance committee,
hi eed h I- lance on hand of $U!1.72.
C. K. llaywars and Johu Morrison
on e resent to learn what the coun
( il ro ivrd to do in the matter of
paying the saloon license rebate. 'May
or l,o - er stated that action of tiie
ei. tu,! il (iej ended on the decision of
Uesi.'to niprene court, which has
once been tendered.
Wlii re me yo'i iek? Headache,
fiiultoogue, no appetite lack energy,
pain in your stomach, constipation'.'
Jlollis'e ' ltocky Mountain Tea, great
estbi ati itler known. Xi cent. C. N.
How to (iauge Irrigating Water.
J. II. Thomas, who was down froui
Mount Hood last I'riday, say tho
farmers there are in a quandary as to
the proper method for gauging ii le
gating water. The point at issue is
how deep should the water lie ubovo
the aperture? Some contend tho six
inch pressure means a six-inch depth
of water above the aperture; others
that the six inches should be meas
ured from tho bottom of tho hole end
still others that tho measurement
should be made from tho middle of
Tho ( ilacier Hud by inquiry fioin
K. N. lienson, who had charge hist
year of installing the gauge boxes lor
the Kramers' Irrigating Co., that the
six inch pressure is measured from
the middle of the aperture, and 1 1 at
all incisions in the gauge board tor
letting out the water are t o
inches deep. If a patron of the ditch
takes out ltNl inches, hi gauge wooiit
lie two incl e deep and ot) liichi s wide.
There would have to bo six inches of
water aboie the middle of the a) er
ture. This was the plan agreed upon I -t
season. says Mr. lienson. and it -.vor '1
very satisfactorily to all couc i ied.
Dev. Petit returned yesterday from
the I'. 1). conference in Tl.e Dalles
and informs us that the Dev. D. Mor
ris, of Hood Kiver, will lm our past ir
for the ensuing year. Tygh Valley
Walter Dickey, a former Italics boy,
Is up from Hood Kiver and will be
employed on the H. S. Wilson house
under Contractor Dano. Chronicle.
The partnership heretofore existing
between Jielieu A Hauders has been
dissolved. Mr. Ilelieu will hereafter
do contracting under bis owi. r,an.'.
He is at prestont completing a $1 1 ')
cottage for H. tiro:--r, near the,
H. F. Italian went to Portland, Fri
day, to bring Mrs. Helieu borne from
the hospital, where she hi bieu
undergoing treatment for two weeks.