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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1905)
MADISON SQUARE CO.
IS A VERY GOOD ONE
Lowes' MadUon Square theatre
company opened their eugRKunient at
the Opera house Monday eveniiiK to a
Koou house. The new play, "A Wo
iiiaiiH' Hitter Atonement. ' wan nre-
nuntod in a very capable and pleaHing
manner. All w no attend w bare uoth
inK but wordg of praise for the entire
It can lie truthfully taUl that the
MadUon Square theatre company la
one of the best repertoire companies
iippearliiK In Jlood Kiver for a good
ioiiK time. The pluyera have been
choHeu to fit their respective parts and
each and every one make good with
The same company appeared here
(tome tnree years ago, and gave uj.
vernal satisfaction, but it must be said
tnat witn trie Reason a cast and rnper
toire of new plays the company la far
superior to that of the past.
Tuesday evening the sensational
drama in four acts, "The Rogue'a Gal
lery, " was presented In a faultless
manner and the increase of attendance
each evening at the opera bouse is
sure sign that the oouipany has made
a hit. Clood houses are sure to greet
them the remainder of the week.
They will deserve It.
The company will romain the reBt
of the week, and those who have not
bad the good fortune to visit the op
era house as yet should not full to do
so, for this company Is recommended
as one of the best ever here.
In Hood Kiver, Sunday night, July
.Ki, IIuldaK, wife of W. V. Johnson
of the hast Side. Funeral servioes
and burial were conducted Tuesday
aiternoon at tne t'lue urove cemetery.
While Mrs. Johnson had been a sick
woman since last fall, her death came
suddenly. Mrs. Johnson was born in
Ohio, June 8, 1H47. Hho lived there
until 11 years old. when she moved
w ith her parents to Iowa. She re
maiued in that stute for 17 years, and
lived In Nebraska and Montana before
coming to Jlood Kiver. She was
married to M. V. Johnson In 1WK1. To
tins union eight children were born,
nve or wnom are living, xnoy are J
M. Johnson, Moro; J. W. Johnson,
Hnnmiftr! II Inlmanii Wliilnrtl
If-" I - - vukiuauu, ii iuiuuh.
Wash; O. O. Johnson, Moro, ana
(iertrude of Hood Kiver.
In Hood River Wednesday night,
July 20. Thelma H. infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Heath of WeBt
Kiver street. The little one was 1.1
months old. Funeral services were
conducted Thursday afternoon at the
Unltod Krethren church by Kev. W.
O. Kvans of the Methodist' church.
Interment was made at ldlewilde cem
In White Hiilniou, Wash., Saturday,
July '), Simon Knutson, aged :iH
years. Mr. Knutson leaves a wife and
one child. He was the sou of K.
Knutson of White Salmon.
In Hood Kiver, Saturday night,
July ), Clarence Jewett, aged 21
years, 7 mouths and 2!) days. .Mr.
Jewett was the young man who met
with the awful accident at Under
wood Inst week. While blasting
stumps, a cnarge of gravel and wood
entered his eye, completely destroy
ing tnat organ. Undertaker Hurt-
muss rorwartieu me nouy to jewett s
home at Middletou, near Portland.
He Hears the Howling Coyote.
After feeding on spring chicken and
otlier farm edibles last week at the
country home of W. O. Martin, Al
bert Anson Graham returned Monday
hi cuuuuiie nis duties at Mloeom s
news stnud. While at the Martin
home, Mr. Graham says the lonely
howl of the coyote could be frequent
ly heard after dark, while the roar of
the Devil's Punch bowl, four miles
distant, ollered a rythm that alforded
pleasant dreams until the break of
day. when all farm hands are up and
ready lor tno day s work.
Advertised Letter List.
For week ending July 111, 1!K)5:
Mrs. M. E. Hrowu II, Dr. I. C. Tay
i ... . ii ... . . . .... "
mr, mrs. r.. uihik, uarry o. Tlson,
Mrs. Will Hayes, Wlilard Udell, Km
ma Jakway, Georgo Wilson. Mary
winsuer, j. ji. vvrignt, (jarrle Wbls-
tler2, Frank Wilcox, Mrs. Wui. Wor-
ley, Winifred iagor a, Frank S. Al
len, ('lias. Ilallard, Matlock Camp
bell, Master Herbert Kverett, Jim
Jlanno, Uobt. Horn, 1). Jamleson,
j oo iveise, Marion Knox, John W.
Loose, Kifaele Marsella, . Gwou L.
Maddix Wiu. T. Spano. Advertised
parcels Mrs. Alex M. George, Paul
M. llrooka, l'erry Smith, Mrs. K.
Karl, Wm, L. Nelsou, G. W. Piittter
sou. W. M. VATF.S, P. M.
The Secret ef Sihwns.
Forty million bottles of August Flow-
er (mid in uie united Ktntcs nUnut since
its Introduction! And the demand for
It in still growing. Isn't that a line
showing of success? Don't it move
that August Flower has had unfailing
success in the cure of indigestion and
(lyHiiepsia the two greatest enemies of
health and happiness? Does It not af-
tonl (lie best evidence that August
Flower Is a sure sited llo for nil stomach
and Intestinal disorders? Unit it has
proved ItMolftlie best of all liver regu
lators? August Flower lias a matchless
recent or over thirty-live years In cur
ing the ailing millions of these distress
ing complaints a success that Is be
coming wider In Its huoihs every day, nt
lioiueand Hbrond, as the fame of Aug
ust Flower spreads. Trial bottles, 2ftc;
regular size, 7.ric. For sale by N.
Kosegrant & Kverliart have increas
ed their building on Jewett avenue,
with an addition in the rear. This
will afford more residence room. Mid
will give the store below n i re chance
for expansion. This firm l as seemed
a contract to make extensile improve
ments to the Williams i-toio building
at the falls. They will also paint ami
remodel the Carter hotel.
Dr. J. K. Schwartz, of Chicago is
erecting a neat cottage on the edge of
th bluff at the head of the stairs ci lin
ing up from the lauding A magnifi
cent view is here obtained. Dr.
Schwartz comes here for the benctlt
of his wife's health. He believes t he
climate of White Salmon to be almost
C. II. Cromwell of Underwood dis
posed of 20 acres of his farm last week
to Maggie K. Hamilton of Oregon
City, who will move there with her
family. The laud sold for Wkki, the
deal being cnusumited by the Wl.ue
Salmon Land Co.
There are many strangers in Wi ite
Salmon these 'days. The cvtensir ad
vertising done by the White S 1 on
Laud Co. is thus bearing diiict, re
sults. Ferryman Dean says a few
days ago he moved in seven families
in six davs. That's tilling ui the
country at a rapid rate. I.very one
who comes here has ti good word to
speak for the country.
Dr. (iearhart is now a rogisteied
pharmacist, having passed the exami
nation with a claim of 21 at Spokane
Thomas Harlan, formerly publisher
of tlio White Salmon Kutcrprisc, but
now a resident of Vancouver, imis i if
iting hero last week.
The following camping party left
Sunday for an outing at the 1'i.lN :
Mrs. K. Ii. Stewart and Mrs. (i. W.
William of Walla Walla ; Miss Susie
Wolfard, Miss Meta Starrett, .Mis
Maggie Stewart, Charles Stewart, L.
Crocker, Frank Kgnn, Miss lilanelie
liriiiiston, Mrs. (;. M. Woltard, Mips
Anna Wolfard, Miss Geneva Wdllind,
Jay and Clinton Woltiird.
KIIOM 'NIK KNTKIil'HINU.
Horn At the home of Frank Hun-
taker in White Salmon, Wash., July
1!), iM, to Mr, and Mrs. W. K. .Mor
gan a girl; weight, six pounds. All
The new building of the White Sal
mon Land Co. is being pushed iiiii-
idly to completion and will be ready
for occupancy in a week or two. 'Ihis
new building is iMxIKI in size and two
stories high. It stands on Die corner
of Main street and Jewell avenue and
Is well located for business. There
will bo two rooms below and four
ollice rooms up stairs. The rooms up
stirs and one room below will he for
rout when the building is finished.
A flro caught in the timber back of
the Thomas place Tuesday and burned
over towaid Frank Hunsaker's place.
The men wero all away from home
at the time and the women sent into
town for help. A large force of men
went out and by back burning sue
ceeded in confining the damage to a
string of fence and eventually putting
out the lint, though it was iinite near
the ouildlngs at one time. Mr. Jinn-
saker feels very thankful to those who
rendered the assistance in time of
need and w hen he was absent.
F. W. lialsiger brought in some ap
ples Tuesday morning jo be h nt down
to the Lewis and ('lark fair which w ill
no doubt attract attention. Thev are
of the Karly Transparent, variety and
are very largo and beautiful. The ap
ple display in the Washington build
ing Is magnificent, every part of the
state seeming to vie with every other
part of the state in the display of this
irodiict, but none can eclipse the
lickitat display In beautv. tnuilil v
and flavor of fruit, though some of
the displays take up a good deal more
mom than ours.
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One door F.ast of I'rathcr's ollice. .
Do you want a snap?
Von cjiii'I lose if yon
buy ;i t I'.'iet in I'.iiiioiis
MAINE & BOWMAN
J VV -il'?
4 , r 54 4 t
1 ' S 1 ' -4
Cul up in t riicls lo suit you.
lusl sold leu acres for tWO
thousand dollars mid Hie
rest, tliiin tli.it which we re
serve will soon lie sold.
SMITH & CALLICAN, Prop'rs
Have good stock, one and two-year .ip
ples, pears, clieriies and peui'lies of
leading varieties adapted to Hood Kiver
and vicinity. All huds and scions cure
fully selected from hearing and tested
trees. Yellow Newtown and Spitzen
burg apple trees, uiid Lambert, Iting
and Itoyul Ann cherry trees a specialty.
I'rico list and catalogue sent on application.
JUDGE J. J. HIRSHEIMER,
..Pension and Patent Attorney..
2L':t Washington St., Portland, Ore.
1'eiivl.iiK muter General l.aw and
miller the Act of June 2;, 1s!l.
linllsn War IViihIimii., lnrreKwor peimlnns,
flu her, mellier, rtimiilenl hiiiI tieliilew ohlnl
reil H'imliin; Nurses immihIiihh; Willow re
l.iriiilun lo iH'iislon roll; ilenerleit wlfc'i liulf
primlim; HoiiuU and arrears ef pension.
( harp's of Desertion Corrected.
Claims of all kinds taken against the
I'nited Stutvs and prosecuted.
At Hood Kiver every fourth Saturday
in each month.
Kxciii-hIoii Rates To the l .iir.
The ifeneral imsseiu'er deimi I inenl . I'
the O, H. A N. Co., Ihih uolilicd in;i'nt
east of I'lirtliind Unit round trip ticket
for the Lewis and ( link exposition, ul
l'ortliind, June I to Oetoher lo, will I
sold under the follow ing iirriinnenieii :
Individual ticket.".-One uinl mn-
tllird fare for round trip; daily from
May to October 1", inehisive'; final
return limit 'M days lioiu date ol t-ale,
hut In no caw later than Octolier ,11 .
I'urty tickets. One siiiL'le fare per
capita for round trip for parlies ol' ten
or more on one ticket. Daily from May
!J1I to October 15, inclusive' t'oiitinuons
nissiie in each direction; liual return
iinit III iIiivh from dale of sale.
Orniiui.ed l'urties of ItKI or More. In-
lividual rule of one fare per capita (or
round trip will be made lor orniiui.ed
piirtiesol 100 or more luovini; on one
lay from one point; limit 7 days from
dale of sale; continues passaue iuonc
Coach excursions. Individual coach
excursion tickets (not puul in sleeping
or parlor cars) Will be sold from t init
io time duriiiK the life of the fair at
very low rales; piirliculurs as to rates,
etc., covering each evcursinii will be
( hlldren s tickets. Tickets mav be
sold to children of half fare ane at one-
liulf of the above rates, adilinir snlli-
cient to make the end in (I or o, when
Wall I'apcr licainanls.
Not old stock, nor odds and ends of
old stock from l'ortliind, but remnants
from a new and clean stock of imuer can
bo had at Hunt's Wall I'apcr store (or
ten davs at hiirimiiis. 'Phone i!7l. L't
The Kovei'iiment secured nbout 1(M
trout from (Hcr's lake nonr SteTeiiMin.
TTiey wero taken to Portland l'oe.-day
and will be placed on exhibition in
tile government building at the Lewis
and Chirk exposition. - Steven.-ou Pi
NOTICK l-'OH Pl'HLK A I IO.N.
1l.'iHl'tnn-nt of llu- Int.-rior. I.:oi,t Oil,.-,. :1!
IIhIIi-s. Ori'uon. .hint-1?7. l!-0.,.
Noli.'.- ,h h.-t.-ttv uivcii Hue l ho foll.iu ii,,-.,,
st-lll.-r htiH III.hI nolu-t- of In;. io(,-n! n,n
linal proof in supl-ort of Ins ,-lann. aiul y.iui
will U lllluli- iK'fot.- CiSMV.' t'. I'KChrt. I
CommissiuiH-r. hi bin oitu-,- n( H,hhI Ki, i-
on August I;i.i;t. vi.:
i.kw is i v :v( v n 1 1 r. .in .
of Ml. H,l, IWiion; on II. K No. s..-I f,,i
S'vSW',, NK'.SVV'i.SK1, NW s.vii,
1. 1 Soulh, liaHR.- Id K.. W M. i
11.-nanu-s llu-followniK' witnrs r.i t, oimv,- hss
ondiHioiiM i-cjotlcn.-o upon an.t en It i ol i.-o ol' .sjn.l
Ihh.I. vn: Jnmt-s N Kmwlil. lio.ivi. I ',-,1. ,Ms I
William S lii U-t.lo. Jani.-s H. li.vs. all ,. Mi iu0 !
JWJST Mll'HAKl.T. NOl.AN. li.-.-i-i. r. I
The linc-l I oiry innl
the world. Willrn the
While Salmon, Ten -ai-re
tracts just lip- thiiio t',,r
After you have lo.
and sec us and you wi
you have have been lo
keil around come
II Ii ml just what
( 'lioiiios front tract
are the winners in
MAINE & BOWMAN,
White Salmon, Wash,
WE CAN CURE YOU
Tlifl l.i'wU Phono Meti If Initltiitd n?n Rcliont for
BhiiiiiiH'M tn ol Is limi Mii'ltiiiini. t'.lnLlNlu'il flt-vca
ciit-s. lnu I'Minl Uii.imihi.I-. (h.)il Mciliil HMitnlt'tt
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In run i-iliniil.-rf. cli'.v "c'l runt tr Ut I mi I rrr w nrt;
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I'OHITIVK. AllMOHtTM CUHK. OUAHANIKKII.
r 1 1 1' ii I i .1 ict- I . i r ul 1 1 1 1 1 1 Li rm i m 1 1 e i 1 1 1 1 1 tmi inc'iUoii
t lll lol .('t' (Old Hi 'II 1 1 IH'.-lil- 1 1 Mjt III p-., lo Ciller .i.-lllj.'l'.
I r I v'" .mi . lull. i..uimI i)i i-H'c I I, - Tint
( Hllti mi. I 1 lent incut .il" Mi net ti.tr." Iiit oC clmirfc.
A. lilies WILLIAM T. IKWIH
WoMtt i ii H' i't'ni iitni ivu Att.ioi intfl Pi In 'limi
B. W . Ct 1 tilh invl !!..!.-ih f.trculs
I'UUl'I.lN l, (litl-.lK)N
U0ttl-N"M,,ll' Hi'Ci l'tel.1 Hi lolflilliil llltcr Hi'llt. tft.
-o,r citf ru"iicr vjurvJ
when pa'ml peels off
and looks deadils a
case of Sun stroke.
was never known to
e overcome by the Sun
Patton'i"?un-Proof Paint reoresenla the onlr t.rn
priuuiinv ui Bcieniiuo pamb-m&KinK, oomDining the
hlgbest rtevree of beauty with the ureatest covering
oapaolty and durability. It doea not lose Its lustre.
It does not peel, crack or chalk oO.
Bend for book and eolor card (free) to Pttoh
Paint Co., Lake Street. Milwaukee, YVla.
FOR SALE BY
: W. HAYNES
Hardware, Stoves, Ranges p
Residents of Wasco Co. for 23 Yar.
BUTLER & CO., BANKERS.
Ten good reasons why you should have a bank account:
A banK account will place your money beyond the reach of thieves
and murderers, who might destroy your life and property to obtain your cash if
kept at home.
If you ever want to borrow money, the bank thinks more of your
.proposition if you have been depositing with it regularly. It knows your habits
If you are the Head of a family, or have others patterning after
your method of living, Hit habit of carrying a bank account is one well worth
A banK account will give you prestige among those with whom
you have business dealings.
It will give you bushiest, ideas of bow to handle your finances and
open new avenues for development ami study.
It will provide a receipt for bills paid by check, and a record of all
receipts and disbursement of funds.
Our banK will keep books for you and you may see your correct caeh
account at any time.
A banK account will acquaint you with financiers, who study your
interests as well as their own, and who can often guide you in safe investments
and give advice that will prevent you losing money.
By carrying' a bank account you keep your money in circulation and
it serves the purpose (or which it was manufactured.
And now that you are conviuced that you should have a bank account, call
on or address
BUTLER & COMPANY, Bankers,
Hood River, Oregon
"North Coast Limited"
The Electric Lighted
Observation Car Train between
Portland and St. Paul.
Pullman First Class Sleepers,
Pullman Tourist Sleepers,
Dining Car, Day Coaches,
The Acme of Travel Comfort
is found on nny of t he
DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS 3
with Viiri; .mi i;n i: v
If vim I' tickets rend over (lie IVnvt r
mid liio (ii'iiiide liuilnmil, the
"Scenii- Line uf I he World,"
There tire io iiimiiv seenie all rue I mix
:iiid puiiilN in inlei'ot along the line
between Ojjdeii and IVnvcr that
the trip never Uvnies liresoiiie.
1 1" you are goine, I'.ast, write for infor
mal ion and e,e( a pn-t ly booU that will
tell Veil all about it.
Y. MrlSltllir, (.'eiieiiil Airi'iif,
1 U 1 Third Slieel,
I'OlilT AM, OKI-MiON.
Send four cents for our Lewis and Clark llooklet,
or nix cents for "Wonderland 1905."
Yellowstone Park -Literature
can lie hud for the asking.
The Ticket Office at Portland is at 255 Morrison St., Cor. Third.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant (ieneral Passenger Avnt,
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.
. Pres. E. L.
SMITH, Vice-Pres. E. 0. IU.ANCIIAK, Cashier
IL 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."
Hood River Flour
No matter whether you eat to live or live to oat,
you should eat the best; and when you get our Flour
you get the best and it is pure and clean.
is the best Flour ever put on the Hood River market
is unequalled by any similar priced (lour.
Beware of artificially bleached flour you will
your grocer for Hood Kiver (irahain and
A L. CARMICHAEL
HOOD RIVER IIFKJHTS
Still have left a few pairs of Men's and
Boys' Merrit's Pants and Ladies' Skirts.
Men s 1 an Mioes, in Comforts, splen- rt or
good values, at yd, 4U didly made, f 1 to 51,0 J
Trading Stamps Given for Cash Purchases.
j A i-VjiM jui-i qnirt i-lart- tin- it illicit s rr-; .)
ih'W huiMtn : i;h i.nv turn Mn iii;s HimmiIi
; on i. I lie .mm ;; in tin' t'ii nt Wt html in
miiiiil' niM-i i;vi iv iitunu Uu' FvfVs 1
r -r inuc iv i'i n 1 1 1 li'i i;iri' atV'
I!. A. lit ii'ln still, HimhI Ki l
NntUv Is ht'tvbv Rtwn 1 1 1 ; 1 1 the umlrrviiMM'.i ,
I'liul K. i'ltuKm, 1 1 a txvti (Ink .inpntm- t It. ;
tin- Honorutile County Court ot .ico i otm- I
ty, Ort-jfun. uh tlmlntstraior nf tin1 rsiai 1
Julius K. Kiwj, ittMVust'd. Alt miii h.i m - I
claitns Hitinsi unlit rsute aiv litivl noi m A j
Uri'M'n( tho kinur lo inr, 'io'ii l t : 1 1 I .
or tit tin' oittiv ol my mtn Stii. ir(-A
Wilson, nt llw lu Mrs, Oivami, witlun
iitoiitliH tioni tlatc ul ih)- not i.v.
I'Al'l K. I' Vl'l -KN.
Atlniintstrnlor oi the )-i.-iit-
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Nil. 1 imxli'l Smith I'ri iiiii-r
No. (i iiultl lu'iiimtnn
No. li in. ilt-l iitiliikUm .iirw
W iirrt-iilcil In tx-rlivt comlmoi
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Anv.mo oi'itiltuir ko.'h Hiid d.'fuTiptti.n niH?
Vi!Aiv .i.-i'iutn cur .'pitii.M tvvi' wtuMhcr n
liu .'iit Mil i pruti-O lv tUMitHl-lo t'.mMtinm.'rt.
tt.'M l m l ly c.MiM.1tnnl. Ilitiiittxtokon rtt!lli
m-iit ttvt'. (Hiit Hti'iicv fur iM-urmi; nt enr.
I'.th'tii takiMi tlmui;li Mutm A lo. nvclvo
ffi.'i.ii m fii, wuhout fh'trup, in tho
A hnnilsomrlv UhitririM wptlt!T. I nrvpt rlr
i iilHlicit of nv t., nnllt1'' 1oiirii.il. Titih f.t t
w.r: f,..ir iiKmf lm. f 1. N1.1 l-y all rtim.iiltir.
MUNN & Co.36,Bd- New York
llrauch Ultli-v, (3S K St, Wwbiiwluii, 1). t.
..Livery, Feed and Draying..
STRANAHANS & RATHBUN.
Hood River, Ore.
Horses limidlit, solil or pxcliangcil.
rii-asnri' parties can pet-uro tlit-ehifls rifjs.
Seeial titteiition given to moving furniture ami
We .lo everything horses can .lo.
C. T. RAWSON. F. II. BTANTON
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
We desire to let our friends and patrons know
that for the fall planting wo will have and can Bup
ply in any number
Cherry, Pear,Apricot, Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, nil the standard varieties of apple trees. Can
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitien
herj and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSON & STANTON, Hood River, Or.
Hood River Milling Co.
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO
and Manufacturers of all kinds of
Ilighost Trices Taid for Hiffh Grade Fruit.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOD & SMITH imOS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Flour and Feed
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY.
Only Exclusive Grocery Store in the City. Free Delivery. Phono
0. L. GILBERT, Proprietor.
C. F. GILBERT, Manager.
Mt. Hood Hotel
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Headquarters for Tourists & Commercial Travelers
Regular Rates, fl.23 to $2.JO pmr day.
Bbeclal Ratet bj Week or Month.
IUf Imt dally for Cloud Cap Ina during Jqly, Aug uat and September.