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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
Hunting licRDHpR expired with the
Koiuit out of 1905. It you want to
hunt during the new soar you bad
bettor get a uew license. The county
clerk snys that the law will be rliicily
enforced and thore found violating; it
will be prosemited.
John Kulley, a box car roblmr who
was recently arrested at Arlington,
has been bound over in the Bum of
tl.000 to await the action of the
li. II. Urouson h'S been appointed
temporary supervisor of the Cascade
forest rjserve. Mr. li'ousou is in
charge of the Arizona forest reserve
and will act in this capacity here un
til a siiccossor to A. Ascholf, who re
cently resigned, has beeu appointed.
A scries of revival meetings are be
ing held at the Methodist Episcopal
church at The Dalles this week. They
commenced New Year's eve, and will
be continued indefinitely.
was made uy Uorouer
week into the cause of
death of luaao Logan, who recontly
died at Musier. Logan was found
dead in his cabin on the P. W. Wilson
place, about threo miles from that
plane. It bus developed that Logan
has had one or uiore strokes of paral
ysis and it is thought that he suffered
another and sucuumbed. No evi
dence was found to show that he met
anything but a nuturid death.
Mrs. Mary lialdwin, who at one time
resided at the Dalles, died at Seattle
Thursday. The body was brought to
The Dalles, where funeral services
were held and the interment took
place. Mrs. lialdwln was over W
Much petty thieving has been coin
on at The Dalles lately. A cinch ho
longing to a saddle owned by James
Unities was recently taken from hi
barn, and a watch owned by Mrs,
Wickham has also mysteriously dis
- During the year 1005 Wasoo count.
has granted 101 marriage licenses,
and these are offset by 4(1 divorces,
making one of the latter to all newt
every four of the former. Multu
mah shows a butter record, grantin
one divorce for every eight marriage;
We, however, happen to know that
uumher of our divoices should be ao
credited to Multnomah. Chronicle,
The would-be swain of a Dull
young lady who would capture hei
for life expresses himself thusly:
Dear madam 1 thought 1 would
right you a tew lines to let you no
that I am a single Man ana want to
get Married my age is 24 1 will lie
your best Frond if you right to me if
you please 1 dont use licker or t
backo Or no Had habblts of any kind
1 have real dark lirown hair and grhy
eyes rosy comnlectioniaiid have fear
ly teelb and a I'retty mustach and Is
dark brown and I'lump Form and My
weight is 15.1 will you marry me
right soon to
Mr. to Mini
Tlio meeting hold at The Dalles by
the taxpayers for the purpose of pro
Tiding funds for the school expenses
for the coming vear was well alteudc
and a levy of 'u mills was voted. It
was also voted to raise the salaries of
the teachers if 10 a month with the ex
ception of the superintendent, whose
salary will remain the same.
Eva J. Morgan was granted a di
voroe from Alphonso Morgan by the
court ut Iho Dalles last week.
The Wasco mills have just completed
their December output of Hour for
shipment to Japan, It consisted of
Mrs. Addu Kent, wire of J.W. Kent
of Wasco, aged 111 years, died at the
hospital at The fallen, Friday, where
she had undergone an operation. J lie
body will be shipped to Michigan for
From Professor Meyer' Book.
In his book on "Government Kegu
lation of Kailway Rate," which was
recently issued. Professor Hugo H.
Meyer of the University of Chicago
has written concerning the demand ol
the Interstate Commerce Commis
sioners that their power to tix rates
may be increased.
"It is obvious that fciicn power
over railway rates would give the
Commissiju precisely the same power
to chock or promote the trade and the
industry of the several sections of the
United States that would be conferred
on the Commission by a law empower
ing that bo iy to establish at its pleas
ure anywhere within the United States
protective tariff duties, sued as tne
several Colonies habitually established
bofore the formation of the United
States, it is still more obvloua that
Congress never would enter directly
opon the policy of regulating the
commerce a mong the several states,
by thus re-establishing customs bar
riers between the several states. The
power that Congress, for reasons of
public policy would not exercise in
its own right, should not be bestowed
upon an administrative bureau, the
Interstate Commerce Commission.
"The trade rivalries and sectional
jealousies precipitated by the in
crease of competition among rival
producing regions, markets and dis
tributing points, resulting from the
ever increasing elimination of dis
tance through improvements in the
meant ot transportation, are so fierce
that no publio body wblcb undertakes
to intervene in those rivalries and
jealouslos beyond the point of guar
anteeing that they shall be settled
with intelligence and In good faith-
can hope to escape the fate of having
to seek refuge behind the stone wall
of some hard and fast system of regu
lation which admits of the exerciee
of little or no discretion."
Maimed in a horrible manner by be
ing haudless and ulmoHt sightless, yet
Charles Hwenson, the laborer who was
tujured in an explosiou about two
weeks ago, is recovering at the hospi
Complaint was filed by 1 II. Wake
Held in Justice 1 lout hit's court this
afternoon charging L. L. McCartney
and J. J. Woolery with obstructing
the publio highway, having fenced in
th-t county road leading from The
Dalles to lygh Valley, which road was
laid out in the your lHtu-r-Chroulolo.
Captain Kdtia li. Audorson and
Lieut. Antlorsnn, who have been in
charge of the Salvation Army corps at
I ho Dalles for the last five mouths and
who have Accomplished much good
during their stay in that city, are
forced to leave on account of the
health of the captain. Knsigu Hurst
nail Captain Williams of 1'ortland will
take charge of tho pout vacated by
l aplalu Anderson ami Iter aid.
W. K. Nixon, who has been the O.
K, A N. station agent ut Tho Dalles
for gome time, has resigned aud lias
been succeeded by O. li. Young of Kl
giu. It is not yet known what Mr.
Nixon's intentions are for the future.
Mrs. J. M. Cray of Lower Three
Mile; threw what tdie supposed was an
empty paper bag into the stove r, -coutly.
There was an explosion which
blew the stove to pieces, and Mrs.
Cray was so badly burned that it was
necessary for her to go to The Dulles
hospital to have her injuries dressed.
Investigation showed that the bag con
Miss Blanche I'.merson, a niece of
Attorney Frank Menolee of The
Dalles, died at her home in that place
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Miss
Kmertou was a stenographer iu her
uncle's ollice uul bad not been iu
good health for tome time. The fun
eral was held Monday from the Chris
tian church at 10 o'clock,
j" Destroyed 500 Fruit Tree.
The fruit luspector in the Lyle dis
trict destroyed livK,' fruit trees that
wore Infected with San Jose scale last
May Cut Out Ntat'on,
An article written for the East Ort-
gonian says that there is a movement
now on f ot to secure the removal ol
the (). K. it N. stations aud sidetracks
from Union to Hot Lake, ihroe miles
away, thus doing away with the Union
station and making Hot Lake the prin
cipal stop for all trains.
union is now connected witn I new.
R. & N. by a line of railroad two miles
in length which would have to be ex
tended three miles further west to Hot
Lake in order to give (list city rail ac
commodation should the proposed
change be made.
The growing popularity ol Hot Lake
as a health resort and the heavy travel
from and to Hint place makes It neces
sary for all U. It. & N. passenger trains
to stop there as well as at Union station,
which is three miles further eastward
at tho foot of the hills.
It is rumored in railroad circles that
In order to cut out one of these stops
which must be made so close together
that Union station will be abandoned.
Is Niicccnh north While?
Tlie eternul question of what success
is, bobs up serenely again. While
mono is usually essential to success, it
is not success. itseW. Too much money
is at bud as not enough. Home eople
think they cannot get too much, but
they easily could. Not, perhaps, more
than they want, but more than would
he good for them. How much can you
use legitimately anil ably? That should
settle it. When a man gets so much
money that lie wastes miy ot it, he lias
too much. The rich man does in
enjoy his expensive food as much as tl
poor man does his cheap and scan
fare. The only ink untune he has
that he can brag over what he paid f
it, and even at that, enjoyment palls
alter awhile, l lie hharpsliooter says
a steer once ate a farmer s pocketboo
containing -'(Kl in bills. But did I
enjoy it any more than a brother
sister bovine, content with hay? K
An Apple Issue.
The current Issue of the Oem State
Rural is devoted to apple culture au
tho methods that should be employed
lu marketing the fruit to Its best a
vautage. It prints a number of pic
t u res of the various varieties of applet
grown in tho state of Idaho, aud also
prints cue of the methods eumloved I
packing Hood River apples. The 1-
sue is an Interesting one and has
number of special articles written b
authorities on apple culture.
Wood k Smith Kr.m. Moved.
Wood & Smith ltros. moved into
their new store lu the Smith bloc
New lear s day. The store lias re
coutly beeu Utted up by Carpenter
Coe and presents a very neat appear
ance, ilie firm has received many
uew goods aud enlarged their stock of
groceries aud t is their intention to
keep a llrst class stock of, everything
lu the grocery Hue.
A Liquid Cold Cure.
For coughs and cold no remedy
equal to Kennedy's Laxative Honey and
Tar tho liquid Cold (lure. It is dil
ferent from all the others belter, I
cause it expels all the cold from the
system by acting as a cathartic on tin
Dowels, tdves strength tu weak lungs,
Affords immediate relief lu Croup,
Highs, I olds, hooiiuig-Coiigh. etc
Children love it. Sold by G. K. Wil
This It to notify all whom it may con
etn that 1 Have disposed of my inle
est in t lie Chapman a Co. stock. All
tills collected and paid by the remain
ng stockholder. N. T. Chapman.
We wish to correspond with v
about apples. W ill pay cash for right
uricties aud prices.
A. l. mowers A Co.,
A. W. Estes & Co. f
iteai estate .Dealers
Homestead and timber
claims, dairy and fruit land.
Apples, berries and cherries a
specialty. Also some bar
gains in timber land. Office
over drag store, Jewettnve.,
White Salmon, Washington.
2 very choice resi
dence lots on the
property offered at
$500. Inquire of
John Leland Henderson
or A. XV. OnthanK.
Wood & Gray
Troy Steam Laundry
l). S. Commissioner Notary Public
GEO. T. PRATHER
The Oldest Insurance and
Real Estate Agent in town
Insurance Loans Abstracting
Hood River, Oregon
Do you want a snap?
You can't lose if you
buy a tract in famous
MAINE & BOWMAN
Cut up in tracts to suit you.
Just sold ten acres for tWO
thousand dollars and the
rest, than that which we re
serve will soon be sold.
nminlly, to nil the new lKMltlonn crenKnt hv
Hllnmit tout Telegraph oompnnleN. We wunt
tit Nl. MKN l)U l.ADIKSol good bublla to
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
We nirnlsh 75 per cent of the Operators ami
hi ion ak iiIs III America, tlumlx six schools
e the liiritint cxcltiNlvt reltvruph Schools in
ik wohi.I). iviihiiiiiiiiiii u ycHra and n
nxcd hv nil IfHillnv Hallway otMclitlii.
We execute a f-'fiO Itoiid to evi' y student lo
mlMi him or hera pooltioti paying from Jill
a mount ill runtc or the KiH'hv
Hinliiina, or from t;f to fiul a month lit
ulcRWest of the KiH'klea. IMMKlllAI'KI.Y
Hiudi'itta can enter at anv time. No vaea-
n. Kor lull prttcularn regarding any of
ii ncooui, write tun ct to our executive or
' al t'lnciniiHtl, U. t'atnlogue free.
The Morse School of Telegraphy
nnmlo. N. Y
San Kruiiotttco, Cm).
Your shipment!, Inrire or small, re-
H'ft fully solicited. We can Kot ymi
mhI prices, l'roiniit returns. Send' fur
.uir.iir.. ix rvtiMvr.i,
129 Front street Portland. Ore.
The finest herry anil npnlfl lund in
the world. Within the eity limits ol
White Salmon. Tun-acre or smaller
tracts just tho thing for berries and
After ymi have looked around come
and see us and you will find just what
you have have been looking fur.
Cherries from'tract this year
are the winners in the grout
MAINE & BOWMAN,
White Salmon, Wash,
Horseshoeing a Specialty
All repair work neatly
and promptly done.
Corner of Ottk and First Streets
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
will be headquarters
Get our quotations
Bring us your Prescriptions
J. E. NICHOLS
I hold licetifp from the State Board of Oregon and Wasl initti n, and am qualified
to phip bodies to any point. Frnmpf service either day or night.
f'ailor 1'hone Main 194 Schilller Building,
Ueflitlenet' 1'hone .Main :75 Hood ttiver, Oregon
F. 8. STANLEY. Pres. E. L. SMITH, Vice-Pre. E. O. BLANCUAK Cashier.
ILe First National Bank
OF HOOD BIVER
Remember 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.
Buy Your Fruit Boxes
Hood River Box Factory
and Patronixe Home Industry.
Best Quality Lowest Price
Phone Main 71
Miit, iitiiii.o j i c,.,. ,;j o crv
Hard Wheat Flour
Is the best flour ever put
River market. It is made
hard wheat, and put up
Hood River trade.
The Hood River Rakery
eh used 200 barrels of
Flour, and says it is the
have ever used.
on the Hood
litis iust pur-
best flour they
For Sale By
STRANAHAN & SHEETS
Hood River, Oregon
To the People of
Hood River Valley . . .
Our Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat,
Farina, Bran, Shorts and Middlings are
as good as can be made by any mill on earth.
All made from good, strong Hard Wheat.
We ask you to give them the preference, and by
patronizing home industry help build up your
If your merchant will not furnish you with
the home product, call on us and we will put
you in line with some one who will.
Hood River Milling Co.
Nice lot of Yellow Newtowns, Spitzenber
moth Rlack 1 wiir, Jonathan. Rome
lso large line of general nursery stock
and price list. Breeders of Shorthorn
it -1 1 t
Reauty, Lawyer, etc.
bend tor catalog
Cattle and Berk
all stock registered.
Our lint contains alnrnt 40 diffi-rent
tracts of fruit ami itenerttl farm lanilu in
Modier ; about 6(10 acres In Underwood,
divided into tracts of from 40 to
acres each; alwi aliortt 1R" different
tracts of farm property in lloml Kiver
valley, anil mime very tleHirahle rcn
dences in Hood Kiver and Mopier.
33. BHcreaVb mile out: berriei. mid
orchard. A beauti I'll I location. Will lie
sold at it barKitin.
24. 42acreN 4 miles out, III acre In
orchard, 10 full la-Hring. Kiwi-elans Im
provements. A lieautitul home.
2. 40 acres In the niOMt lieniitiful nor-
tion of the valley. 4 acrea iu oicloird
one vear old, 3J acres In lierries, 4 acres
In alfalfa, balance general t'armiiii.
114. Two ltiO-acte tracts about nine
miles out; one on eaut aide, other west
Ide. Ohoioc f.tp fllOO.
A nuiniicr ot fi, 10, 20 ami 40 acre
tracts of unimproved laud thai will
bear 1 1 1 v f stiirntlon Also a ttiimlierof
laiye tract- from luo to3l!0 acres in Ore
gon and WaNlilngton
Some few leHl'lenoes tin I lots in every
portion ot the cit) .
W. J. BAKER & CO.
Real Ectate Agents
Htvifl Rlvr, Orm;nn.
PACIFIC NURSERY CO.
TANGENT : : : : OREGON
A GOOD PIANO
Will brin happiness
tn t'o homo
-yQ hei cnc iMicirrn
VJ L!LLIJ mUJItLU.
of The Dalles, Ore.
are always in the lead when it conies to good pianos,
and close-priced terms ran be lttui; all that is asked is
a small amount down and a few dollars a, month.
No one needs to be without a piano who has talent
in that direction, when new pianos can be bought for
f 100 to .."l,"). Such pianos are: One used Railey,
formerly worth .$.'500, now 2:25; Kimball piano in a
fine walnut case, used only a short time and worth
f 100, now 2.'."; and a store full of ten or twelve
different kinds, all on easy terms.
EILERS MUSIC CO.
I wish to say to all our old friends and custom
ers who for so many years came to our shop for
their meats, that it is useless for me to introduce
Wood Bros., our successsors, as their 18 years in
the butcher business in Wasco county has made
them so widely known that mi introduction is un
necessary. Being honest, capable business men,
they have the means and ability to rwn a, business
as it should be run, and in a way that will be a!
credit to our city.
I expect to stay with the new firm for awhile,
and will be glad to see you all at the old stand. I
will guarantee that you will get just as much meat
for your money, just as courteous treatment and
just as prompt service as can be had in the city.
We will have a full line of everything good to
eat for the Christmas trade.
Respectfully yours, '
E. S. MAYES.
No" " v,
We are now located in the Smith Building, in the
room formerly occupied by J. E. Rand,' where we will be
pleased to see all of our old customers as well as new ones.
This large and well-lighted store has been fitted up
with the best and most complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed
ever displayed in the City. Fresh, Vegetables received
daily. Call and inspect our stock. " .
SPOT CASH GROCERY
- WOOD & SMITH BROS , Proprietors.
I or further particulars regarding the SMITH GRUBBING MACHINES, call
on or write
THE DALLES, OREGON.
ALL SYLES AKI PRICES
FULL LINE Or RECORDS
FOR SALE BY
W. D. ROGERS. Hood River. Of.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I km prepared to furnish mill and plat
wood, also other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do aawi nit. Also do seiw ral
White Salmon-Hood River
Two bir sail boats, two
perfectly safe gasoline
launches and two bixr ferry
scows. Expert sailors in
charge. Boats leave at all
hours. DEAN & PEARSON
Office tad Booms.
Tho very best (or rent in Smith Block