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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
The ooBtttl receipt for the Hood
River office for the quarter ending
June 30 show so Inoreane of 131)7.21,
over the same period for 1904. The
total receipt for the correttponding
quarter are: 1904, tUW.lT, 1900,
The receipt for the month of June
1905 were 083.24: those for the aame
month laHt year, KV16.52. The prin
cipal iucreaMe thin laHt quarter wan
during the month of May, the receipts
for thia vear exceeded those for the
correHnondiutf month of 1904 by 11)07.
The figures for the correaponding
months being-1904, 1517; for 1905
824. Excitement Over Hold Run Mine.
8. H. Cox 1h home from a trip to
the Hold Kun Mining difltrict on the
headwaters of the Washnogal, about
18 milotf north of Cape Horn. lie in
jubilant over the proapectt of bis
mine. A road is being built Into thi
district from Cape Horn, the nearest
lauding on the Columbia, and a large
number of prospector are becoming
excited over the future of thi mining
The obief output I coper, but there
I plenty of gold and silver In the ore
in addition to the other metal. Mr.
Oox'a company, of which Harry Rand
I president, ia preparing to aluk a 50
foot Bbuft at their mine, and will be
gin work lmmediatey. He expects
to return to the mine about the mid
dle of thi month.
A good-sized stream run within 40
feet of the mouth of the tunnel, says
Mr. Cox, and they expect to have
plenty of water for power purposes.
Hit Hood River friend hope be will
strike it rich.
The original locator of these claims
had some of the ore assayed '20 years
ago, when it ran from tlO to $42 a ton
in copper, gold and other minerals.
Funs' Ilrotlier Here From tht East.
Thursday morning the Chronicle
had a oalier, say that paper, In the
person of Andrew Flugum, a brother
of James Foss, who was murdered at
-M mint Hood on the 11th of May. Mr.
Flugum say be has not seen his
brother since be left Norway twenty
five or thirty year ago. That he came
from Wisconsin to Oregon with some
friends who live in Portland and who
have kept track of hi tu since. Through
them he learned of hi terrible fate;
but relative had supposed him dead,
a be never wrote them. Flugum at
oikio started from hi home In Btough
ton, Wis., to Oregon to determine if
indeed it was hi brother and to In
vestigate hi death. He 1 now pos
itive of his identity. When asked now
It happened that hi brother was
mimed Foss, he said in Norway a
man 1 often known by the name of
his farm, which name is handed down
from owner to owner. Their farm In
Norway wa called Foss and he has
another brother who take the name.
Mr. Flugum will remain in Oregon,
until after the trial of Iiies, who la
held for hi brother' murder.
I It not Time to Haltt
The recent outrage by United Htates
immigration officials upon four Chinese
students who had arrived In Boston
harbor from England, on their way to
l iiina, menu all Hie advertising It can
get. 1 lie hideousnesi of the present
i ninese exclusion laws, in so lar an tuey
affect Chinese other than labororBhnuUl
be borne In upon the attention ol the
country, and this Is likely to happen
now that the threatened Chinese bo
cott on American manufactures had
stirred up our northern and southern
cotton manufactures. The lloston case
was flagrant, 'lhe student carried let
ten of Introduction from Ambassador
Choato and their passports were without
a flaw. 1 et the oltlciais detained them
for twenty-four hours, photographed
them like criminals, and compelled them
to give bond that ttiey would not look
for work and take the bread out of the
proud American workingman's mouth
Whun these boys get borne to China
and toll their experience to their undo,
who is the governor of Hhanghal, the
boycott on American goods will not be
The Secret of Nueces.
Forty million bottles of August Flow.
er sold In the United Mates aloiie since
Its Introduction! And the demand for
Ills still growing. Isn't that a fine
showing of success? Don't It prove
nun August Mower nas nnu un ruling
success In the cure of Indigestion am
dyspepsia the two greatest enemies of
lieullu and happiness' Doe it not af
ford the best evidence that August
flower is a sure siieclllo for all stomach
and Inliwtlnul disorders? that it has
proved Itself the best of all liver regu
lators? August Flower lias a matchless
record of over thirty-five years in cur
lug the ailing millions of these distress
lug complalntx a success that Is be
coming wider In Its scoot' every day, at
bomeuud abroad, as the fame of Aug
ust Flower spreads. Trlul bottles, l!6c:
ANXIOUS TO START
H. O. Colton of Portland, Pacific
Northwest representative of the Mass
achusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
who recently purchased the Aberuethy
117 acre on Phelps creek, is very
anxious to get ail Knglisu walnut or
chard started in Hood Kiver valley
He is confident there Is money in nut
culture if conditions here are suitable
to their production.
In last week' Glacier. Mr. Colton
had a letter asking whether anybody
in Hood River has had any expert
euco with the Knglish walnut.
there Is any one in the valley who has,
Mr. Colton would be pleased to cor
respond with him.
"Over flO.000.000 is expended an
Dually for nut in the United States,
sav Mr. Colton. "and California sup
plies but $300,000 worth, provided the
season is not too dry and the trees d
not suffer In that state from a drouth
I understand that Mr. Kennedy
the Fast Hide has an English walnut
tree 11 year old. Now if this tn
has thrived this long it will certalnlj
be good 50 rears from now
I'ln U-vaitr-rtM b'nodlyh unltlllfc t.rnt-.
size, 75e. For sale by . N.
At Kate of 1H00 liiishwls to the Acre.
f A resdent of Eugene, Oregon, dug
100 pounds of lurge, well-matured po
tatoes from seventy-five square feet
of ground which had been irrigated
and fertilized. Thi crop was the pro
duct of a planting made ninety days
ago. lie expects to grow a similar
amount on the same space in the
same length of time. At that rate an
acre of ground ought to produce 100
minimis or spuds. That a Intensified
farming fur you.
Will Stay in Hood Hirer.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
anu grow (troiig, called t'alnio tablets,
will be sold regularly hy Williams'
Pharmacy, Hood River. Those great
nerve anu constitution builders cost only
ouc per oox, six boxes i.'.ou.
Lewis and (lark Fair Notes.
The attendance at the Lewis and
( lurk expos'tion is increasing daily
Excursions are run every day from one
or more cities in tbe isortliwest, bring
ing many people to the fair.
EvervlKxIy who has visited the Lewis
and I lurk exposition pronounces the
Trail "the lieat ever." There are thirty
shows, and you cau see them all for
about 7. The price! range from 10 to
Good for Stomach Trouble, Constipation
"Chamberlains Mtomach and Liver
Tablets hae done me a great deal of
good," says C. Towns, of Rat Portage,
Ontario, Canada, "lleing a mild physic
the after etlccts are not unpleasant, and
I can recommend them them to all
who sutler from stomach disorder."
For sale by Williams' Pharmacy.
Two-quart combination hot water
bottle and fountain syringe guaranteed
or one year. Only f'l.fV) at Clarke's. i
will produce 100 pounds
which aell for Ylyt cents
About 100 tree are set to
which make the nut a
"Clark county. Wasningtou. is go
Ing extensively into nut vulture, and
that county baa a fine display of nuts
in the exhibit at tbe Lewis and Clark
fair. It would Day Hood River peo
pie to look for this exhibit in tbe
Washington building when they go to
tbe exposition. I believe these nutw
would do well here, and am anxioui
to make the trial myself.
"In planting English walnuts,
understand that tbe second generation
must be secured, as the third, fourth
or fifth generation will not produce,
This I an Important point whlcbex
perlmeuter must not overlook."
Is Rooming the Portland Fair.
The following letter appeared iu
recent Issue of the Ocala (Fla. ) Ran
An Oregonlan friend of mine return
ing to Hood River from the opening
of tbe Lewis and Clark Centennial
"The 1D0& Lewis and Clark Centeu
nlal and American Pacific, Exposition
and Oriental World Fair at Port
laud, Oregon, Is now open to the
world. This great fair sprang Into life
by tbe touch of a button by Preslden
Roosevelt at the national capital,
rVashiuton, I). C, 3,010 miles away,
"The Lewi and Clark centennial is
the -commemorative event of the pio
neer western explorers, 'Lewis an
Clark and party, who were sent out to
explore tbe western wilds one nun
dred year ago by President Thomai
"Portland and the state of Oregon
are la the public eye at the present
time and will continue so forever,
And. dear southern friends.
who 'wunne wuzzer' Florid Ian, but
now an Oregonian, extend greetings
and hope you all will come out an
see thi great wostern world's fair of
"Come one. come nil. my dear
Dixie friends, and we will, while 'hit
ting the grail,' talk of reminisconses
of long ago.
"The grail 1 the amusement street
of the exposltou, and, my dear Mar
ion county friends, I assure you It i
a groat place to hit."
With best wishes to all,
ALBERT ANSON (1RAIIAM.
Corvallla Needs Pure Water.
The Time apologize to country
reader for devoting so much spar
to the water question. Tbe truth is,
a bold attempt ia being made to fasten
Willamette river water, notoriously
dirty and unclean, upon the people of
Corvallla for an indefinite number of
years. A cabal of lawyers has been
hired to assist in deceiving and dup
Ing the people Into cheating them
selves out of the chance to get au
abundance of pure water from the
mountains for domestio use and for
tire protection. With the utmost
guuulty false issues are raised with
the expectation of gulling people Into
voting down the proposed giant of
authority to the water committee for
the Issue of bonds. The plot i
known to involve, in case of present
defeat, the ceaseless cultivation of
false Idea whereby any future at
tempt to recreate public sentiment for
mountain water may lie prevented
and opposition to municipal owner
ship be developed.
Many doing to White Salmon.
A. W. Chirk, who has just returned
from White Salmon, states that the
town is growing, and the Immediate
country settling up. Large numliors
of peopel are coming in to take a look
at this ruinous fruit section, being
ui-ougnc in win to salmon lam! com
pany, of which J. C. Machines Is the
manager. He states that "Mac"
doing well, and one of the busiest men
In that town, as besides his real es
tate business he Is U. S. Ihiu) Com
mlsslonnr and ueaily every day Is lak
Ing anal homestead proofs. He aUo
met Mike Thornton, who with his
family bad just come in from a camt
ing trip to the lower White Salmon
river. Mr. iliomton said there was
mighty good fishing on that stream.
as in three day they caught 1070 Huh.
Buy It Now.
Now ia the time to buy Chamber
lain 'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy It Is certain to lie needed
sooner or later and when that time
comes you will need it badly you will
need It quickly, liny It now. It m:iy
save life. For sale by Williams' Phar
macy. "Poor Fido," said the amateur sports
man whun he had shot his dog, "how 1
will miss you."
"It's too late to talk about missing him
now," replied his companion.
Mantle, wall and cookoo clocks on
easv terms at Clark's.
R. M. Clements on Friday ot lust
week shipped twenty crates of the fin
est four-tier liorries that have so fHr
been sunt from this market. Owing
to tbe lateness of tbe season, when
berries are an extreme, luxury, the
price was better than 62.
N. W. Frecliind is sill shipping ber
ries. The luto rains have brought on
more berries and the quality is fine,
lie made a heavy shipment last week
of three-tier berries. He uad couri
er out among the lanchers for crates,
he having supposed that the harvest
R. Field of the White Salmon Land
company came near meeting with a
most serious accident on SaturdHy.
While driving through the streets of
White Salmon, the pole of the buggy
dropped, and for a time the way his
cayuses plowed up the soil was a cau
tion. Mr. Field jumped, and sus
tained serious injuries, breaking a
.(mall bone in the right hand. Dr.
Oearhurt set the bone, and it is hoped
that no permanent damage will result.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jewett have
returned from Portland, where they
were attending the great fair. Mr.
and Mrs. Jewett attended the groat
World a Fair at St. Louis, but they
say that the Lewis and Clark, while
not so large, has many interesting
attractions, and is ou that high plane
that Is causing admiration from the
Tbe county commissioner have re
jected the new survey made by County
Surveyor Arthur Richardson from the
Pine Flat country opening out at the
home of Peter Uroshong. It was the
hope of the merchants of White Sal
mon and the ranchers living In the
Pine Flat and the Mountain Iirook
country to have a cut olf, thus saving
nearly four miles. It would have
meant a great saving to the up-mouu
tain ranchers, as it would luive meant
the avoiding of the mountain climb.
The road, in the opinion of tbe sur
veyor, was impractical and on his ad
vice the commissioners so found, and
it was abandoned.
Child Not Expected lo Live From One
Hour lo Another, Hut Cured hy
Chainhei'lniii'N Colic, Cholera anil
Ruth, the little daughter of K. N.
Dewey of Agnevtville, Va.. was serious
ly of cboli m infantum last summer.
"We gave her up and did not expect
her in live from oni hour to another,"
he hiivs. I liaiipened to think of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and ot a bottle of it from the
store. In lhe hours I saw a change for
the l elier. .He kept on giving it and
before hlie bail taken the half of one
small buttle she was well." This rem
edy is I' i sale by Williams' Pharmacy.
Wall paper remnants for ten days at
Hum s H ull I'aper l-itore' 2
Our list contains about 40 different
tracts of fruit ami general farm lands in
Mosier; about 000 acres in Underwood,
divided into tracts of from 40 to 1120
acres each; also about 185 different
tracts of farm property in Hood Kiver
valley, and some very ilenirable resi
dences in Hood River and Mosie.r
33, (I acres mile out; berries and
orchard. A beautiful location. Will be
sold at a bargain.
112. .15 acres one-half mile from Mt.
Hood P. O. 14 acres In clover, 4 in hay
14 in strawberries, 1 share water, 2
houses, all for $1400. '
24. 42 acres 5 miles out, Hi acres In
orchard, 10 full bearing. First-class Im
provements. A beautiful home.
28. 80 acres, 5 acres 7-year-old apple
trees, balance In clover and general
farming. New 4-room bouse.
2. -In hitch In the most beautiful por
tion of tbe valley. 4 acres in orchard
one vear old, acres in berries, 4 acres
In allalla, balance general Tunning.
Hi. 10 acres 4 miles out; splendid
soil; 1 acre apples, liest varieties; one
year planted, li acres in strawberries,
2 acres in potatoes, fi acres iu clover.
114. Two HKI-uVie tracts about nine
miles out; one on east side, other west
side. Choice for i 1(H).
A number of 5, 10, 20 and 40 acre
tracts of unimproved laud that will
lieaj Investigation. Also a number of
large tracts from ll0 to 320 acres in Ore
gon and Washington.
Nome lew residences and lots in every
portion of the city.
W. J. BAKER & CO.
Real Estate Agents
Hood River, Oregon.
Don't Go Dry
JiihI because you are
In a Dry Town
(lot your I Want . List I made out ready
for next Saturday for everything yi'U
need, such as
Flour, Feed, Stock F:ood, Chick
Food, Russian Lice Killer, Blue
Vitrol, Lime, Cement, Salt.
Place your orders with II. W. Wait and
get not only good goods at the riyht
prices, but also a
Remember I have ! different Brand of
Flour, and Bin goiuu to close out as
nearly ns possible, (loods guaranteed
H. W. WAIT.
We ii re pivpured to
diver ICE to any part of
ic city. 'Phone No. 313
lease 'phone your orders 10 a. m.
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OrFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
Phone 1. '11.
Residents of Wasco Co. for 23 Yean
BUTLER & CO., BANKERS.
Transact a Genera! Banking Business.
In these days a bank account is
but a necessity. It takes but a mini!
here, and it adds to your
Having a complete
equipment in our
whop for all kinds of blacksniitliin-, we invite all those
needing work of this kind to call and see us.
is one of our lines.
Mr. Mullen is an ex
do anything from
pert in this department, ant
the construction of an entire vehicle to the repair of
any of its many parts in a manner that will prove
his skill and thorough workmanship.
is our specialty. Cour
teous treatment and
with all our work. Re-
member the firm
LUCKEY & MULLEN,
East end of City.
McCOY & THOMAS
Manufacturers of all kinds of
....Rough and Dressed Lumber....
Seasoned lumber of all kinds in stock.
We make the best prices to contractors
and builders. It will pay you to see us for
prices before you make your contracts.
McCOY & THOMAS,
White Salmon, Wash.
Mill north of White Salmon.
no longer a luxury,
amonru. to si an n
.ashless men and
lelping the formation of good business
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
F. 8. STANLEY. Pres. E. L. SMITH. Viee-Pres. E. O. IJLANCHAR, Cashier
His First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER
That this bank is a Home Institu
tion and we invite your business on
a basis of mutual helpfulness.
Our Motto: "A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL."
A. J. FLOOD,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OF
Estimates given on short, notice.
Building AVork a specialty.
Hood River, Oregon.
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumk; and Cedar Posts
R. D. GOULD,
Steam and Hot Water Heating:
All jobbing promptly attended to.
Free Delivery. I'hbne 1)31
HOOD RIVER, OR.
SNOW & UPSON
For All Kinds of
Grubbing: Supplies, Wood
Choppers and Loggers Tools
A full line of stock alwavs on hand.
Does your horse interfere? Rring him in. No cure no pay
..Livery, Feed and Draying..
STRANAHANS & RATHBUN.
Hood River, Ore.
Moreen bought, wild or exchanged.
Pleasure i:ii'lii'S can wenre first-class rius.
Special attention given tn moving fnrniliiru and
We do everything lmrses can do.
A L. CARMICHAEL
HOOD RIVER IIEKiUTS
Still have left a few pairs of Men's and
Boys' Merrit's Pants and Ladies' Skirts.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER IIEKIUTS, - -
P. F. FOUTS, Prop.
RATES, $2.00 to $2.53 PER DAY.
Steam beat. Large pieasant , rooms. Everything m w,
Sample room for commercial travelers.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I)!CAl.i:!!S IX AM. KINDS i)V
Fresh k Cured Meats
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.
C. L. GILBERT, 1 ut rietor.
C. F. GILBERT, Manager.
Men's Tan Shoes,
good values, at
Trading Stamps Given for Cash Purchases.
S. L. Young
Phone, Main ;
JUDGE J.J. HIRSHEIMER,
..Pension and Patent Attorney..
'.'LM Washington St., l'ortlami, Oiv.
IVnilim iniitiT Ki'iicriil l,w nml
and Building Material
iniilor the trt of June i7. 1VIO.
Indian Wur lYnxlont, InnvRof iM'tixlons,
father, nintlitT, !- nd.'nl hihI hHiilt"! chihl
ivn M'iiwlon; Nurwn immimkhi; Widow'!. rv
torHtton lo pension roll: di'xertiHl wife's hull
IwiiNlnn; HoumieN Mint Hrreant of pension.
riiariri's f Drwrtiuu Corn-rUtl.
Claims of all kinds taken against the
rnileil States ami prosecuted.
At Hood Kiver every fourth Saturday
in each mouth.J
PAINTS AND OILS.
FURNITURE REPAIRED. n. t ,i, w
uarantoed. Call and look through the Stock.
Glad to show you around.
Undertaker and Embalmer
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Headquarters for Tourists & Commercial Travelers
Regular Rate, $.25 to $2.50 per day.
Sbecial Rates by Week or Month.
Btagea leave daily for Cloud Cap Inn during July. Aiigunt and September.
Hunt Wall Paper Co
Carries everything in the line, including
KrinRIed Silks, Silk Embossed, Tapestries, Moires,
Ingrains, Varnished Tiles, blanks, etc.
Up-to-date Paper Hanging, Sign,
Carriage and House Painting.
Phone 671. First and Oak Streets