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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1905)
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run of Sheets it
lee at T"inil. in Hroy.
Piiime T(iiiiiMm limn, fur ice.
Utliei' cliirt m cost at Vogt Bros.
,hit' reerivc l X.-w line Iwis and
( lark souvenir "ns. Cull to Bee them
lit ('Inrke'H the jeweler.
fit) acres on the Katt Side, 21 miles
out. 10 Hen in voung orchard.' A snap.
Shinirle?. See tia for best irices.
Oregon I.umher Co.
Wall papiT remnants for ten days at
Hunt's Wall Taper Store' 2t
Mantle, wall and eookoo clocks on
easy lernir' at Clark's.
IVe Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
in. l keep off gray hairs.
All watch, Clock. ami jewelry repair
work tiiiaranteed hy Clarke, the jeweler.
Sidewalk lundu"-. Delivery same
dav order is received. Oregon Lumber
Call and examine my new line of
watches I can save you money. Clarke,
I iMiniatitee a tit in ylasses. CUrke,
the optician and jeweler.
To make room for new stock all cut
'lass will be closed unt at cost. Clarke
Do you ue Lath? (iet our price and
compare it wi1' that of competitors
You will make m.iiiey this way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
Well, don't you see that if you wish
to see well, voii should see Clarke the
optician. (iiiiinnteed work in j-diiss
Tired out, worn out woman cannot
sleep, eat or work: .-eeinsas il'she would
llvtoui . Il i'listers Rocky Mount
ain Tea maues hiuiMK nerves and rich
red blood. ::." eeuln Tea or Tablets. C.
Sheets t !.'. wa is the place to get
the celebrale.l Hazel wood ice cream.
Try one of their wallles when you are in
Dr. K. T. Cai ns has returned t H'd
Iliverand resumed his practice at the
same place, ever Uartness store, where
he is prepared to attend those wishing
U'A) acres, 1.J miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main road; food spring; ji'Jo an
acre; will divide; tine apl land. Also
other Mosier prop"ity. W .J.Baker & Co.
Now that all important question is
settled the next tliimt is the rin' a fine
new line of engagement and wedding
rugs. Trices right. Oarke the jeweler.
Ture cider vin gar for sale.
When yon want a plc.i-unt laxative
that i easy to lake and -'ain to act.
Hie Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liver
THE CLOTHES BEARING THIS LABEL
f 1 1 ARE GUARANTEED
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Rsels,
ami hose fitting" of all kinds,
Wouldn't you like to
Straw Hats for Men
and P. vs Splendid values, for
15c, 20c, 25c.
fur men. Well finished Balhrig
gan, solid pink color, 65c nut.
Sit p 'eces, beautiful decorations,
a pretty Miap-, hmi puupiaimtii
' .,r.. lVrai.1 Kd.OO.
h are sending some
For sale by Williams' Thnr-
Have your writing; desk made to
order by P. O. Coe.
Patronize home industry by buying
ranch butter at McDonald's.
Metiuire Bros, offer boiling meats at
your own price, 5c, lie and 7c per pound.
Do you need a drop awning? P. (1.
Coe will put it up for you.
For surveying, see John Leland Hen
derson & Son.
A nice wardrobe improvoa a room
greatly. P. (1. Coe makes them to
Be sure to go camping, but first get a
supply of ammunition and fishing takle
from McDonald. He has the right kind.
John Leland Henderson and son are
equipped with two (iurley transits and
: will be ready to do surveying for the
next two months. Rat in per dav are
' and $10.
Mayes Bros, get a fresh supply of
meat every morning.
Do you use Naptlm soap? 5c per bar
We have installed in onr shop a new
meat machine and can furnish you veg
etables as fresh as the garden. Mayes
Bros., Oak street.
Fish, salmon and halibut, at McOuire
For trout flies that catch the fish, go
' to McDonald's.
Fancy creamery butter at Metiuire
i Bios. Hazelwood and Washongal
j Take Notice.
Owing to the numerous reports of
i niiMinces around the Light and Water
! Co's springs having been circulated
I during the present water agitation, a
! watchman has been emploved to guard
! the property; a tinht fence it feet hk'h
I has been built, Mini the public is hereby
notified that any attempts at trespass
i ing on the uropertv of the company in
the vicinity of the springs will be pros
ecuted without any discrimination.
(Siunedi Hood River Klectiic Liuht.
j Water and Power Co.
Extraordinary values in millinery to
he had at our store. In persuing our
usual policy, we hold a clearance sale at
the end of every season. We do not
aim to carry our stock over. By this
method, we are able to place before our
patrons a fresh stock every season.
Avail yourself of this opportunity to se
cure headwear at reduced prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Parnk Cram are vis
iting iu Portland.
Sherman Prank, the harness man,
is erecting a cottage on Sherman ave
nue. Coupon Ko. 417
Hetd by II. B. Trip, drew the
Lewis and Clark fair ticket last
Saturday. A coupon with every
take a free trip to the
Do You Know We Sell
Stone .liira, Tid Fruit Cans, Jelly
Olas-es, Jar Rubbers, Wash Tubs
Krooms, Mops, ( 'burns, llutter
Bowls, Hay Forks, Scythes, Stones
Rakes, l!eiSnpplies, Potato Forks
Picking Baskets, at Little prices.
Crystal and Gold
Glassware. Table S.ts, Bon Bon
Dishes, Creamers, Spon Trays,
Fruit Dishes. Syrup Pitchers.Vin
egar Bottles, etc. Little Prices.
one every week. You might
suit is a work of art in construction, and
lmmmm t f.
ViCA Kit n ' JPMAKr
J. Htitson, a now reader of the (!lu
oier, left Saturday for Carson, Wash.,
where he is employed iu the logging
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark of Cascade
Locks, accompanied by Mrs. Frank
Dwiuuell, a sister of Mrs. Clark, and
Mrs. John Barker, both of linraboo,
Wis., wore iu Hood River, Saturday,
visiting points of interest in the val
ley. A. W. Onthank and family havo
moved into their pleasant new homo
east of the Cunning residence on the
bill. It is expected that Mr. Rnther
ford from Spokune will rent tno
Barnes cottage on state street, vacat
ed by Mr. Onthank.
J. P. Bingham, who is in charge of
the C. A. Shurte place at Whito Sal
mon, was iu Hood River Saturday.
Mr. Bingham has (WOO tomato plants
which give promise of a good crop.
Peaches are just beginning to ripen,
but the crop is light tbU summer.
The higera to the mountains has I e
guu. Sunday morning the following
party left for an outing at Camp
Overall: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kin
naird and daughter Lottie; Mr. and
Mrs. (ieorge W. Thompson ami daugh
ter Wilma; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Castnei and daughter Prances.
0. A. Wolvortou of Monmouth, Or.,
with his children came to Hood River
last Saturday to join Mrs. Wolverton,
who has been here since April for her
health. Thoir children have been iu
the State Normal school at Monmouth
which closed last week. Mr. Wolver
ton is a brother of Chief Jm-tice Wol
vortou of the Oregon supreme court.
L. R. (iano, who a short time ago
purchased 40 acres from the Jayne
farm on the Tailtertown road, will
move itito his place with his family
next Monday. Mr. (iano will erect
tent houses for the summer, and is
planning to build a residence this
fall. Mr. (Juno has a good piece of
property here, and when he gets the
laud cleared he will plant apple trees.
Mrs. A. A. Jayne was called to Port
land Saturday by the sudden death el
her father, John L. Sp rry, a prom
inent Oregon pioneer of lhM. Mr.
Sperry served in the Indian wars of
1SW1. He moved to lieppnor in the
early "O's where h engaged in the
stock business until he was ejected
Sheriff of Umatilla county iu 17k,
when he moved to Pendleton. While
here the Nez Purees, under Chief Jos
eph, went to war, and J. L. Speny
was captain of a volunteer company
formed at Pendleton At the expira
tion of his term of ottice as Sheriif he
moved to Portland, and was iu the
wool business for several years. Mr.
Sperry went to Ala.-ka during the min
I iug excitement and remained four
years. He left a wife and the follow
ing children: Mrs. Minnie Jayne,
Hood River; Mrs. W. S. lialvor, Port
land; Mrs. 11. R. Burke, Portland;
Mrs. Lou Leirclte, Los Angeles. Cel.;
Charles tiilson, a stepson. Hitter. Or.
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
New Straw Tarns
For Ladies and children. The
nobbiit thiiiiis out for summer
Lewis & Clark
Summer ueiihti, in cioiihnia
tion, separate veW and pants and
corset bodies. Little Trices.
We believe we have the bet
line in the city for men, women
children and infants. Black and
colors. Little Trices.
Complete Dinner Sets
42 pieces, per set, $6.50.
le the next lucky one.
GS3JS2S2S3 221 JH'
Mrs. Joseph Hemoral and daughter
Ceeeilia are homo form au extended
visit iu Portland.
Mrs. 11. L. Vorse loft Thursday for
Portland, where Mr. Vorse is doing
some electrical engineering work.
Parkins & Hughes of the Dalles sold
during the week, a handsome Wnber
piano to T. 11. Williams, of this city.
T. K. Hughes of ParkiiiH & Hughes,
The Dalles piano men, is iu the city
interesting Hood River jk ople in good
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nelherwood of
Oregon, Wis., arrived last week on a
visit to their daughter, Mr-. E. O.
Blanchar of this city.
Albert (iraham, the young man who
delivers the Oregouiau about town,
is confined to his room at the Mount
Hood hotel with an attack of rheuma
tism. Mrs. P. M. Slavin was taken to The
treatment. It was feareil sue was
sulicring from au attack of apeudicit
is, with other complications.
H. P. Marble, editor of the Leader
at Humbolt, Neb., was in Hood River
last Thursday. Ho has heeu to the
Portland lair, and is seeing the country
on his "Uorn, stopping at points of
interest, along the route.
E. (iilmnro and family left Monday
for their home atflranite Kalis, Minn.,
after a ph-asant visit in Hood River.
Mr. (iijmoro is a brother of Rev. W.
C. (iilmnro, pastor of the Riverside
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Learner and
daughter Kathryn, aftor a visit of two
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Truman
Butler and family left Wednesday for
tnoir home at Onaga. Kans. they
went from here to Portland, to attend
Miss E. S. Craves and Mrs. Anna
Mold of St.. Paul were Hood River
visitors last week. They had been to
the Lewis and Clark exposition at
Poitlami, and iiefore returning homo
made the trip to Mount Hood. They
were very enthusiastic over the enjoy
able trip they have had since leaving
Dr. Charles French, member of the
Massachusetts party of physicians in
attendance at the national convention
in Portland tins week, was a guest
Tuesday of E. L. Smith of this Mty.
Mr. Smith and Dr. French used to
slide down the Green Mountains of
Vermont 47 years ago
Z f1,100 ft
Tuesday was a surprise to both, and
a most enjoyable ono.
Senator Mann of Florida, who de
livered the Fourth of July oration at
Winiiiis, left Sunday night to join the
members of the Good Roads party
now in Idaho. Senator Mann went
mi a long tramp with W. Ross Winaus
to the summit of the Cascade nioun-
tain, and he declared it was the grand
est trip, of his life. The atmosphere
was (dear, and the scenery maguill
cent. T he senator Is determined to
come again, and to make a longer vis
it with Mr. Winans.
Tito biggest nugget iu the world,
one which contains IKi per cent silver
and weighs I!!I7 pounds, is the strik
ing feature of Colorado's mineral dis
play in the mines and metalurgy
building at the Lewis and Clark fair.
j The silver contained in the nugget, if
I counted, would make (i.blO silver dol
1 larM. It was taken from the famous
I Mollio Gibson mines at Aspen, Fitkin
; county. 'This mine has produced xil
I ver and gold worth 11.0(10,001) and has
j another fl.(!00,iNXJ worth in sight.
i Mr and Mrs. .). L. Dlmmick ol
! Mount Hood left Monday for Star-
liiick, Wash. Airs. I:;.,iu.iek has not
: been in the best of health of late,
: and it is thought the change of loca
itiou and climate to Eastern Washing
ton will be of benefit. Mr. Dimmick's
j brother (ieorge is Ideated at Starbuck,
jwbreehahas rented two large farms,
I one a hay ranch on the creek liottom
and another a wheat farm further out
j from the city. George is doing well.
I and writes that crop prospects in that
i country were never bettor at this sea
: sou of the year.
At the last meeting of White'Sal
! mou Assembly No. 17. Unitod Artis
ans, the following memliers were in-
stilled as otllcers for the current
'term; 8. C. Ziegler, master; Lydia
Hiesanz, superintendent; Mariou
Adams, inspector: M. J Kast, secre
tary ; Guy G. Crow, treasurer; George
Purser, sr., con.: J. A. Henderson,
M. o jO. ; W. N. Rankin, jr., con.;
A. Lauterbach, warder; Victorian
McCoy and Fred Thomas, Held com-
: manners; v. a. ueisanz, u. v,.
at prices that harmonize
o i Ul mailings
1, H ' 1
Oroahong, and A. Lauterbach, finance
( ommitteo. After the next meeting
to he hold July li, the newly installed
oltic.ers will give the usual banquet.
Clinton Wood of Odell made a busi
ness trip to Mosier last Saturday.
William Kennedy left Tuesday
morning for Portland, where he will
be occupied most of the summer In
placing his spray pump on the mar
Miss Edna Campbell of Lyle, secre
tary of the Washington State grange,
was in the city on Friday anil made
the Glacier a call. Miss Campbell
was en route to Olympia for a visit of
Principal Bates of Paoifio Uuivorsl
ty, Forest Orove, visited with Rev.
Gilmore over Sunday and preached at
the Congregational church, present
ing Christian Education, and Pacific
has purchased a third interest in the
Elkhom Mining company iu the Mo
Creek country, and will take an active
part in the development of that valu
II. W. Brooks, representing the
Portland Journal, was in the city
Monday, on a trip through Eastern
Oregon, looking after the interests of
his agencies in this section of the
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Jones of Salt
I .like arrived Saturday on a visit with
theii former neighbors, .Mr. and Mrs,
A C. Slaten. Dr. Jones was on his
way to Portland, whero he will attend
the meeting of the national medical
James T. Weart, after a short viit
with Mrs. Weart on the Baker place,
left Monday afternoon for Portland,
w here he took pio.-iige that evening
for San Francisco, whore he will do
advertising work for Cm big dailies
of the Colden (iato city.
Belioring that it pays to keep abreast
of the time, J. R. Nlckelsen, the im
plement man, has placed a cream sep
arator ad. iu this issue. Having dis
nosed of enough mowing machines to
cut all the hay in the valley, he will
endeavor to sell separators for the
'creamery business about to be placed
In the rush to do two days' work
in one last week, the Glacier omitted
ft... VI J..lliu U.,.t
the winsome and popular operator in
the telephone exchange, was Goddess
of Liberty iu Hood River on the
Fourth. Miss Songer was elected to
this honor a few days before the
Fourth hy a handsome majority.
D. H. Sears, who was seriously in-
l..f ...!r.. l,..tn vuf.ui.iAft u
, 1()W while blasting stumps that broke
i.ic i, iu uoi t,i.,i uu i.u
I his leg, is getting along nicely, as his
friends will be pleased to learn. He
is able to be about now and then on
crutches. Dave promised the Glacier
an apple story a few days before his
accident, and the reporter has been
patiently waiting for the same for sev
eral months now.
Since the supreme court has knocked
out the lust hope of the former liquor
dealers of this city, they are seeking
new vocations. Jack Morrison has
disposed of his last bottle of Shasta
water, and will go into partnership
with a friend at The Dalles, who has
opened a bar in the new hotel in that
' lty. C. E. Ilayward lias placed In a
stock of cigars, and soft drinks, and
Intends to make his rent until some
thing better turns up.
? P. I!. Morse and family, after a vis
it with his brothers Lou and Lee in
Hood River, left Tuesday night for
his homo in Western Kansas, 'ibis
was Mi. Morse's first trip to the
Coast. He spent few days at the
Portland exposition, and pronounced
It far better than St. .Louis, lor a
short-time visit. "You can see more,
and don't get so tired," says he. Mr.
Morse is satisfied that Kansas is a
good place, and is prospering there,
raising wheat and stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Shelley of the
Little White Store are preparing to
take a well earned vacation this week,
and will leave Friday for Portland,
where they will explore the interest
ing points of the exposition grounds.
Glacier readers can look for some en
tertaining articles on the great expo
sition in next week a Glacier. lie-
fore returning Mr. and
will spend a few davs
Park, where they will listen to some
i speakers of national reputation, who
are billed asattractions at the chautati-
qua. uaring tDeir ansence me Liiuie
cl, iuuii ivi
our entire stoek of Shoes, Men's Hats and Shirts,
Hosiery, Underwear, Corsets, in fact everything
We will continue business in our present location with
with more room and larger stock we expect to serve our
patrons better than ever before. In our closing out sale
we are offering genuine bargains in dependable up-t o-date
goods bought direct from factories.
We have nothing old or poor or
shoddy to oifer you.
"When we sny genuine bargains we mean genuine bargains
White Store at Odell will be in charge
of Mr. Shelloy'i sou, R. D. Shelley.
A lady's summer coat was left by a
Goldeudalo party in a three-seated
huck at the boat landing on the day
of the Fourth. Finder will greatly
oblige by notifying the Glacier otllce.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Iientley and
sou from Los Angeles are here, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chand
ler. Both families are arranging to
spend a few weeks' In the mountains.
Miss Gertrude M. Wallace of Minne
apolis has arrived in Hood River and
announces her Intention of giving in
structions on the piano. Slie may be
fund at the residence of Mrs. 11. IX
E. U. Calkins is iireparifj to erect
a story and a half cottage on his place
at Frankton, ti.imerly the Spauldiug
property. About corn husking time
lie intends to lay in a supply of good
cider and launch the new house with
a bussing bee.
T. C. Stanley, president of the First
National hank of Chippewa Palls,
Wis., iu company with R. Smith of
the First National bank of this city,
were in Hood River Monday. Mr.
Stanley is accustomod to spending his
summer vacation in Oregon.
Mr. Hatfield, junior member of the
firm of Rao & Hatfield, operators in
the New York fruit market, is spend-!
Ing a few days In the city. Mr. Hat
field is in the West to get a line on
the apple situation. He expects to
return here sometime in September.
Miss Leila Hershner left on Monday
to attend the two weeks' session of
the Chautauqua Association at Glad
stone Park. Miss Hershner will le
the guest of Miss Marceline Cross
while at Chautauqua. She will also
-visit the Lewis and Clark fair.
O. A. Wolverton of Monmouth,
Polk county, recently came to Hood
River to join his wife, who has boon
here since last April, seeking recovery
of ber health. Their three children,
who were at the State Normal school
in Monmouth, are here also. Mr.
Wolverton is a brother of Chief Jus
tice Wolverton of the Oregon supreme
Both at Spokane and Salem Satur
day night about 10 o'clock a fiery red
meteor was seen in the sky. At the
former place it was described as a
ball of lire as large as a man's head.
It was first observed as a small streak
I in the southwest, traveling on a hori
zontal line. As it approached it grew
larger and went out in a flash. At
Salem it appeared about a foot in dia
meter and went so rapidly that it left
a halo in its wake like a comet. It
whs in sight about five seconds.
W. O. Sanders has just closed a con
tract with A. C. Staten for the erec
tion of a fJfW cottage on his fruit
farm two miles west of the city. Mr.
Sanders is a contractor of 12 years ex
ei ience, and for the last seven years
has given a good deal of his attention
to the line of architecture, to which
he seems particularly adapted. His
work iu Hood River has given emi
nent satisfaction, as several handsome
dwelling houses in the city and valley
will testify. The business card of W.
O. Sanders 1 Co. appears in another
Mr. and Mrs. Herman are hou o
from a delightful trip to the Lewis
and Clark exposition at Portland.
II. C. Campbell, former, manager of
the Regulator !.i"o, arrived Saturday
morning, for an outing in tint mount
ains. William Hyberger and family if
White Salmon'aro arranging to make
an extended visit at R'.co..:.:ioun,
John Kropp, who has a farm in llio
foot hills of tho East side, loft yef ter
day for Aurora. He will visit the
Lewis and Clark fair en route,
W. E. Reed, iu the plumbing busi
ness at Heppner, was In Hood River
during the week. Mr. Reed was
pleased with the town and valley,
Rev. D. Morris and family are pre
paring to leave for Tygh Vulley,
whore Mr. Morris lias been made pi...
tor of the I'nited lirethreu chr.ich.
The lan'ri of the Allar Society of
the Cat) ' lie church will give an ii a
cream irclal at tiie home of Mr. Ji I n
Mohr Friday evening, July 11, Eveiy
body is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bayley left on
the Regulator this morning on their
way to the Mount Hood neighbor
hood, whore their children have been
staying with Miss Nan Cooper.
Mrs. Robert Cdiumings of Spokane
arrived this morning on a visit vi ith
Councilman and Mrs. Ed Mayes, Mrs.
Cutiimings being the mother of Mrs.
Mays. Mrs. Cummin ;s may dicide
to locate in Hood River.
Rt. Rev. C. J. O'Reiley, who spi i;t
a few days in Hood River during I lie
week, left Wednesday morning lor his
home at Raker City. During !.: .-lay
here., Bishop O'Reiley was a guesL at
the home of Mrs. John Mohr.
Fred Shoemaker, w bo was down from
Pendleton this week, states that the
grain crop in Umatiiila hus not bo n
injured by the warm weather. 'Tim
heavy rains in June soaked the ground
sufficiently to insure a good yield.
Tho Endeavor society of the Vai1 y
Christian church enjoyed an iceeie u
social last Friday night, clearing
something over which will ) t" v
and selling the treasury fumi.-, .'in
other social may be looked for in a
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Vore ie:i:ie d
Tuesday night from Portl.'U'i "here
Mr. Voie is employed by ti e Ham
mond Manufacturing Co., iu charge
of the engineering ami con-tructioii
department. Mr. and Mrs. Vorse me
preparing to leave Hood River in a
week or so.
Rev. and Mrs. M. V. Ciouso and
daughters Louise and Mil inn are here
from Cincinnati, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Bartmess and family,
Rev. Mr. Crouse being a brother of
Mrs. Bartmess. Rev. and Mrs. Crou.-e
are on their way to Portland, whole
they are delegates to the national Con
ference of charities, which convenes
in that city next week. Ro. Mr.
Crouse was here two years aft", fcnd
became so much in love with Oregeii
then that be was instrumental in se
curing this convention for Portland
this summer. For i't years he has
been superintendent of the Children's
Home in Cincinnati.