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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1906)
HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, MARCH IB. 1808.
JONATHAN BOURNE, Jr.
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Republican Candidate for United States Senator.
CHAMPION OF STATEMENT ONE.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., candidate beore the Republican primaries (or th
nomination of United Slulea Senator in Congresa, for the long term coimiieiicine
March 4th, 1907, waa born in New Bedford, Mans., February 23d, 1855; was h
member of the claps of 1877 at Harvard University j came to i'nrtlaud May 16th
1878; waa a Republican member of ihe Oregon Legislature in the session of 18W
and tbe extra session of 18S0; waa one of Oregon's delt-gaies to the Republicai
National Convention of 1888 and Oregon1! member of the Republican Natiuna
Committee from 1888 to 1802, and a delegate lo the Republican Natiuial Con
vention of 1892; and was elected aa a Miicbull Republican .0 the Oregon Leninla
ture in 1896.
Mr. Bourne haa been more prominently idnetifled With the development of
tbe mineral reaourcea of Oregon than any other man In the Btate, having expen
ded In the laat twenty yeara over $1,000,000 of bin own. money In the aequioitio
and development of Oregon minea.
While Mr. Bourne baa had hie residence and main office at Portland sine
1878, be haa had another office at New Bedford, Mass., and bus carried i.n th
bualneas of hia father's eatate aiuce 1889, which makes him familiar with man;
of the large interests and leading men of the. iat. These, qualifications, in em
lunctlou with his tremendoua energy, origlauilty, executive alulity and exper
ience in busiiiees and political affairs pre-eminently talify him for making an
able and influential Senator for the State of Oregon.
Mr. Bourne haa always favored extending the direct power of the people over
their government aa far as possible. He was one of the leading spirits in the
Initiative and Referendum movement from lfi'.K until it was approved by the
votera at the June election in 1902. In 1901 he was a member of the executive
committee of the Direct Primary Nominations League, and holds the same pos
ition with the People's Power League at this time. In all theso movements he
has been one of the few to guarantee the necessary expenses of preparing and
proposing their measurea to the people.
3e lays that the choice of United Htates Senator should bo by direct vote of
the people, and that tho Legislature should le compelled to elect the man the
people select. To i accomplish this result, he is championing Statement No. 1 of
the primary elections law aa the only method by which.,)ulilic opinion may be
crystallised and made effective upon the I-egisliituru;
In his petition for nomination he flays:
"If I am nominated and elected I will, during my term
of oflice, favor:
Amending National Constitution for People's Election
of United States Senators.
Publicity Political Campaign Expenses.
National Control of Corporations in Interstate Com
merce. Rigid Exclusion of Asiat ic Coolie Labor; (iood Wages
make Good Citizens.
Legal Limitations Labor Hours for Safty on Railroads.
Parcels Post, including Rural Delivery.
Puro Food Laws.
Liberal Appropriations for Panama Canal, Coast Defen
ses, lliver and Harbor Improvements, including Colum
bia and Willamatte Rivers, Coos, Yaquina and other
Oregon Harbors, Celilo Canal, (iovernment Canal at
Fair Share of Irrigation Fund for Oregon.
Loyal Support for Successful Candidates.
Rigid Enforcement Statement One.
Roosevelt for Second Elective Term.
I desire that the following statement be printed after my
namo on tho nominating ballot:
I WILL STJPPOBT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S
DETERMINATION THAT JUSTICE
BE DONE ALL MEN.
Fruit No ten.
Aorlisl hanging over the fruit
districts of southern Michigan. For
the last three seasons disastrous rains
have come just at the wrong time to
spoil the peach crop and nov many of
the grower are grubbing out their
trees to engage in less hazardous farm
ing along more common lines. To us
here in the dry and salubrious olimate
of Colorado the news of these disasters
noma aa an inspiration to be up and
doing more valiantly than ever, foi
what ia one mail's meat is another
ruan'a poison and we have the whip
hand over our fellow growers iu the
east when it routes to producing
peaobes that will ship and sell. We
never heard of a rase of rot from rain
iu Oolorad . aud this seems to be the
vreatest atlllotlou with which the
Miohiganders are stricken.
The Lane county fruit i sped or has
just finished hla rounds for the win
ter and reports Kan Jose scale iu Hour
ly all of tbe orchards, lie finds It
particularly bail ou the fruit trot
and shrubbery of Kugeuo. A few ot
tbe oro hards were so budly atteeted
that they have been destroyed. In
most cases he fouud the owners ready
nd anxious to spray for the eradica
tion of the pest.
Dr. Blalock, the well knowu fruit
man of Eastern Washington, has made
arrangements with Seattle capital for
the orgauization of the lilalook Island
Fruit Company, which will develop
6,000 aorea of fruit laud on aud iu
the viciuity of lilalock Island. Tho
entire traot of 0,OUO aioes will be set
State Quarantine OUloer E. M. Ehr
horn, at the st.te Fruit Growers' con
vention, estimate that Cnliforuia
produces annually betweeu ?,jO,0ih.iiwh.
nd 100,000,000 worth of fruit
According to W. K. Newell, the
Baldwin is the beet variety of apple
to grow in tbe W'llauiette Valley ; Jou
atuan and Northern Spy next
Colorado's Top 1'rce Loner Than
Hood Kiver' Lone!.
The statement is being published
with a pood deal of pride by Colorado
papers that "the Fremont county,
I (.'obi. ) Truck Orowers' Association,
recently sold a oar of smiles, half be
lug Hen Davis and half fancy grader
of mixed varieties, for l,0'ir uot, and
claim that to bo the reoord prioo for
such fruit iu that state.
On these "record-breaking" priori
for apples, real estate men are otter
ing land ia some of ihe Colorado ap
pic districts for fliiKI to 11,000 au acre,
The cheapest car of lloo I River ap
pies that went oil1 here last fall, when
prices were lower r,n n iney are now,
biotmht over PI 100 f. o. b. Hood Kiv
er. While if we look for "record-
breakers," there were cars of Spitzeu
burgs that sold for over f'i.ftOO.
Comparing theso two itHtoments,
Hood River orchards at PIOO to iM
au acre ought to be snaps that should
he picked up at once.
Horn! River Ntrawberrie Attract an
Peter Peterson, ot Elk Point. S. P.,
was iu Hood Kivcr last week looking
over the valley. Mr. Peterson says
that last summer be saw some very
flue strawberries In his town and they
looked so good he bought some of
them. After driv'ng teu miles hon e
iuto the oKiinlry Cue beirles were still
in tirst-clasa condition, and hi ntfe
said they were the btat lr ies that
she ever saw. nu nauteii to kuOA
where they ere grown. They I ad no
ditliculty hi IM linn the Hoi d Kivcr
brand. Mr. IVtoisou had nmdo op
his mind to seek a new home ou the
Pacillo coast where the winters were
not so severe as in South I'akota, aud
he made no his mind to see the coun
try tlr.-t vvlieie such tine (,tra lorries
-io iHirc.i. Alter looking over lue
valley he is well pleased, end may
become a resident of tbe valley.
Ilcod Kiver Apple Itlgger Than
Admiral Togo says we need a big
navy. All admirals say we do. It is
tbe admirals' buisness to bave a big
Well, if we are to Lave a big one,
let's have tbe biggest one on earth.
We are tbe biggest nation. We can
build it. if we want to.
liut we think there is something
bigger than a big navy.
The American hen !
The Irish potato!
Tbe Hood Hirer apple)
Keaily, what is a navy for? Or an
To kill, to kill! That Is all.
It is tbe things that make alive,
tbat belp right living, that ought
to be supported, rather than tbe
(Linus tbat kill. We are semi barbar
laus, though, and so are the rest of
tbe I'foplos, living In fear and Hatred
jf on another: and so perhaps we
need a great navy and inany admirals I
lint e worsers have to pay tue
price, let us not forgot that! Poitland
Fruit Pests In Eastern Oregon.
The problem of keeping pests out of
Grant county bas passed and in its
place has come tbe problem of fighting
them. Codlin motn bas come in con
siderable uumbers, but prompt meas
ures may save muoh time and money.
Not so with the aphis, as it has evi
dently coir.o to stay.
In si aking of the presence of this
pest in the North Fork country, a
farmer from l bat section reported tLat
tbe willows along the river are covered
with them. Orchards iu the vicinity
of willow groves are badly infested,
with a promise of much worse to
come. Spraying is perhaps the only
relief, and that will have to be done
as a remedy, not as it ouce might bave
been, as a preventive.
The bad effects of the parasite are
appearing in blighted and balf fomied
branches, bearing inferior fruit.
The plague of the Willamette is ap
pioaching nearer and nearer. John
Contracts for Residences Let.
Louis L. ISoyd wis tbe successful
bidder on two residences last week,
the plans for which were made b; P.
VI. Hall Lewis. Tbe resiliences are
forlE. A. Franz and V. C. Iirock.
Ihe Franz residence is a modern
eight room house and will cost about
fJolK) outside of tbe heating plant.
It Is located on Oak street next to W.
J liaker's residence, and commands
ne of the lined views in tbe city.
V. C. Brock's resideuce is alto on
Oak street, and in a very sightly loca
ion. It will oost about I1H00 for tbe
oontractor's work, which does uot
include several items.
These new icsidences will be a val
uable addition to the list of flue Hood
Mr, Hull-Lewis is al o making plans
for a cnttHtre for )',. L. Smith. The
small baru on thx Oak street aide of
his residence block will be moved
across the street to the coi ner lot next
to the U. B. parsonage and remodeled
into a nice littlo cottage. This is the
property Mr. Smith urchased from
Ueo. I, Slocom.
Indigestion is much of ahabit. Don't
get the habit. Take a littlo Kodol Dys-
peosia Cure alter eating and you will
quit belching, puffing, palpitating and
frowning, Kodol digests what yon eat
wnd mak( the stomach sweet. Sold by
The influence of climatic conditions
in the cure of consumption Is very much
overdrawn Th-j poor patient, and ihe
rich patient, too, can do much better at
home by proper uttention to food diges
tion. Hnd a regular m-eof derman Hyrup.
Free expectoration in the morning i
made certain by (ierinau Kyrup, so is a
good niulit'a re?t and the absence of that
wea'tciiing cough and debilitating night
weat. Kestlcrs nights and the exliaus
inii due to coughing, the greatest dan
ger and dread of Ihe conxiimptive, can
be prevented or stopped by taking (ler
mini Syrup liberally and regularly.
Should you be able to go to a warmer
clime, you will tind that of the tlu
ands of coiihiimiilivi'S there, the few
who are benefitted and regain strength
are tliofe who uce derman Syrup. Tiial
bullies, 2c ; regular ciw, 75c. For sale
bv C. N. Clarke, druggif-t.
W II Stay in Hood Kiver.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
and grow strong, called Palmo Tablets,
will be sold regularly bv Williams'
Pharmacy, Hood Kiver. These great
nerve and constitution builders cost only
00c per box, six boxes fa.bO.
Advertising In Poetry,
The man who whispers down a well
About the gooda he has to sell
Will never reap the shining golden
Like he who climbs a tree and hollers.
Moral (let out and beller
lly advertising in the Teller.
The best safeguard against headache,
constipation and liver troubles Is De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Keep a vial
of these famous little pills ill the house
and take a dose at bed lime when you
feel that the stomach aud lioweis need
cleaning. They don't gripe. Sold by
Offices and Hooms.
The very best for rent in Smith Block
Leaijn Teleorapiiy and
Kail ko a n Accopn tin a
The aotivtlviy in railroad construct
ion throughout the lioithwext bas
created a large demand for telegraph
We teach TKLKORAPHY, THOK
Ol'ULY, giJICKLY and secure
li-itioiiH lor our graduates.
Salary $75 lo 00 CK(i H"N"ru tuition
For terms and paitlcuhin, write,
I ' A C I FIC T K I. Ft i R A PH 1 nstitvtk,
t,M444j Scientific America
4. AnsiMtv for
,lO DtSION PATtMTa
"vTff COtVIiOHT, eto.
for mfomnHoa in4 trr nuKOM irrltt to
Ml NN OO., Wl Bhoauwat, Niw York.
OUIeat tmntau tor ti-urlitf pa!nt In Atmvltn
Krerr ptmt UktMi nul tT be 1 brought befat
(tie public k7 1 BotJo given tre of atuiye 1b lie
f .art rtrralfttlAB of any otentlfN' PPr In th
urlj. aplasjullr llltutrateil. No InKtlllcoiit
msn rhould b wlthnat It, Wiir, 3.00
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f vasftissfiMlibijBslatetf tsBlv
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Jill I &..JLJ ii- XL KM -JEW
We have purchased from the Assignee of Royse & Sons at Waits
burs: , VVash., a $10,000 Stock, consisting of
( DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS
Which we am soiling at less than WHOLESALE PRICES. -Sale is NOW OPEN in the
Smith Mock back of the First National Hank. V can save you 30 to lOO per cent.
COME EARLY WHILE LINES ARE C0MPL!:Tf:
Cif',"'.'ifcli" a GuZteuwi
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CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE IN-
Easy Grades, Fine View and Good Water
ALSO MANUFACTURING SITES FRONTING ON O R.
& N. TRACK Willi DEVELOPED WATER POWER
Cheap lots for building Small Houses near Flour Mill
FRUIT LAND FOR SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT
HOOD RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO.
Oflice next to Wancoina Hotel
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Patent Medicines Stationery
Photographers' Supplies Toilet Articles
Sh)i;vin; Outfits Soaps Prushes.
Powders (Tooth and Toilet) Combs
Stock Foods Syringes Trusses
" Pipes ami Cigars Paints and Oils
The above list represents only a small part of ihi
lines vi eiirrv. ntid if von don't s e what von want ii
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the list, come in and tell us about it. We can tit you f.
out aud will 'uaranteo that the price will suit you.
Clarke, I nb Druggist g
FRUIT . TREE
R. D. GOULD,
Steam and Hot Water Heating
All jobbing promptly attended to.
..Livery, Feed and Draying..
STRANAHANS & RATHBUN.
Hood River, Ore.
IIor(.'8 buiisslit, silil or exchanged.
Pleasure parlies cn secure lirt-elas-" riirs
Specinl attention given to iiiuviiig furniture ami
We iln everytliii g horses can ilo.
Nice lot of Yellow Newtowns. Spitzenber"', Paldwin,- iMani-
inoth l'.laek Twig, Jonathan, Home Iieauty, Lawver, etc. j
lso large line of general nursery stock. Send tor catalog
and price list. Breeders of Shorthorn Cuttle and Berk
shire Hogs; all stock registered.
PACIFIC NURSERY CO.
TANGENT i i t i i OREGON
t iMkU' I-'
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK SAVINGS .
Have added a complete line of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES.
HEATH & MILLiGAN MIXED PAINTS.
Our stock of paper includes latest designs in Blanks, Gilts
and high Grades, From 10c up. A full stock of room
molding, Picture rail, Plate rail and a small line of
novelties in Framed Pictures. CALCIMO, the
latest thing in room tinting, mixed to order.
Painting, Paper hanging, Sign work etc.
, Phone G7L . First and Oak Streets.
OPFKKS TO ITi PATHONS T1IK .
NEW SAVINGS BANK
The nlv one which show the amount con
tained therein wilhotltopeliinu it. ihia hemi
tiful ami praetieal bank may he hail in Hood
Kiver only at ' I
The First National Bank
Call and ceeure one an 1 start n pavinii ac
eoitut that will be ft perpetual pouree of satif
faction to J'ou.
F. S. STANLEY, - K. O. IU.ANCII.VK,
1000 acres select apple land, best location in
Hood River Valley; small prices on .", 10 or 40
acre tracts by owner. Buy where you can real
ize advancing values on your improvements.
Lots in Winans City are profitable investments.
You can reach this place by rail.
SNOW & UPSON ;
Blacksmiths and Wagon flak ers
The most completely equipped power plant in Oregon,
Contract work a specialty. Grubbing supplies and Log:
gers' tools always on hand. ,'
The Care Of the horse's hOOf is essential. We an
experts in that line and cure corns ami interferes.
Spray Your Trees and Bushes '
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Hood River, Wasco county, Oregon.
Kvery owner if fruit tives or bushe is reipiired by -law toFprav!
them to prevent the spread of sra'e an.l kill injurious pests. If yotl :.r"e 'f:
n"t eqnipH'd to d this work, write u? for illusiraied cataloj; deM ri hinn
im.i.wl,.!,. Snrnv Pnnitis all the way from 7,"o to fT.i.OO. alo the pr oper i.
sprayi' to use. 'I'' H us how many t ret y u bave and we w ill. Ull nf
aNoit what kind of an outfit you will need. .
We are now ready to show you the latest crea
t. ' ' ' ations in Millinery.
' -,lme. ABBOTT
LLC I '. ui..;t, ih
i S. J. FRANK
, Dealer In
' Harness S: Saddles
All Repairing Promptly Attended to
HOOD RIVER ' ' ' o