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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1006
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We take pleasuie in reporting the
following persons who contributed to
the Han Francisco sufferers J. 1), j
Tato, 3 sacks spuds; J. J. Waid, 4; C.
L. Copple, 2; O. D. Thompson, 1 sack
flour ; Mr. Stafford, flour. These good
were collected by Thomas Bishop, jr.
U. D. Woodworth is out with a force
of men and teams fixing up Rockford
Ave. Not before it needs fixing, but
little slow, but U. IX gets around
before mow flies.
The assessor is now making bis
rounds and was a caller at the Hock
ford Store last week.
Some person loft a small money sack
with a small amount of money in it at
the Rockford Store. Owner can have
same by calling at Rockford and des
If you are in need of a good straw
or crash bat for summer, call at the
Rockford, where you can save money.
We have heard of the book agent
being around delivering books that
were unwittingly ordered some time
back, and now there is quite a fuss
over the price chanted for those books.
We beard of one beiug charged some
where near $00. How strange men get
caught by the sharks yet so careful to
save Ave cents on household expenses
that tbey send to some other town
for cheap, flimsy goods, and then they
get beat. Well you know tbey are not
all dead yot.
When you have a siok cow or a sick
horse call on Rockford, and then
when you are In need of good flour,
be sure to call and get the best.
A force of men have been moving
the old house on the P. C. Sberrieb
place. F. C. has let the contract to
build a new eleven-room house where
the old one used to stand. There will
bo no watered stock in it, of course,
but it will be blessed with manipu
J. I. Miller passed through our
street on Saturday last with a $40
buggy which be purchased at the
Hartley sale. Another advance in
style or pleasure.
Enoch A. Watts, a ion of Ed Watts,
who bai been working in Portland for
the last twelve months, has now de
cided to oast his lot with the people
of Hood River valley and is open to
take work on a farm. Call him up at
Rockford Store, phone 81)1.
I wish to say, as correspondent of
Barrett, that 1 have not mentioned
the fight over the ditch or water ques
tion, thinking best for me to leave
that alone, but will say that 1 am re
quested by Mrs. J. II. Shoemaker to
say that the suit brought by the com
plaining parties was dismissed by the
judge of the court at The Dalles.
J. J. Gibbons has purohased
double action spraying pump. Will
says It worki just flue and will do
two-thirds moie work in the same
amount of time.
Mrs. Frank Neff and her sister, Mrs.
Miohalo Nelf, are home from a visit
Mrs. J. II. Eggert wont to Portland
hint Thursday for a week's visit with
ber sisters In Portland and friends at
Mi. Olsen has finished planting trees
and is painting his bouse and the ad
dition lately built at John Kroeger's
which is a very convenient portion of
Mr. Kroeger's iilesratis hi inn. Mr.
Olsen is a painter aud pnf er-banger
of experience, having worked at this
trade 14 years, 6 years in one shop in
Des Moines, Iowa, and bis work
speaks for itself. People having work
of this kind to he done should secure
the services of Mr. Olseo.
Harry Kemp bought of R. Living
ston one acre of land at 1150 per aore.
This land is just across the road from
that Harry already owned and will
make hlin a pleasant building spot.
Mrs. Tousey purchased a cow of M'
D. Odell last week.
In last week's items the amount in
the Mrs. Lenz land lulo should have
Our new neighbor in the Crockett
bouse is In bis new borne.
Last Saturday the pupils of the
principal's room of the Odell school,
together with tbe priucipul, Mr.
nues, and bis wife and son und a fen
invited guests, 1!) In all, went by way
of wagou and carrlHgns to tlw fr'ads
and Punch Bowl for u day's uuting.
They had n picnic dinner and a jolly
good time. Mr. Knnes took several
plotures of the crowd and. if one
might judge from tbe noise they made
on the homeward way, one may look
for these young peoplu lo u.ske a stir
In the world. It takes energy to make
a good plot) leer as well as a good
student. Here's to the students of
Odell, ti t U.l .ver.
Mr. Knnes has found Odell aud
Hood River vulley so much to bis lik
in that he has been looking for a spot
of land for a home here.
Mrs. Crockett also has been looking
for land for a new home near Odell.
There will be work iu the first de
gree in Kemp Lodge No. 181 next Sat
ruday night. Members are requested
to be present.
There was work in the Rnbekab de
gree last Tuesday night. Both I. 0.
O. F. lodges are enjoying a heulthy
Mr. A. Woods bought a team and
brought it from Mosler last week.
A break at Ureeu Point mill caused
a number of tbe Odell boys to be
home a few days.
Hansen V Thouipseii have powder
on tbe ground and will blow stumps
where the aiding Is to be put in by the
Mt. Hood R. R. Co. on the place oc
cupied by J. H. Kggnrt. This siding
Is one that will be of great benefit at
to Hansen k Thompsen as well as (to
all residing near this point.
Those who beard the lecture by Mrs.
Bradford Saturday night are united
in declaring her speaker of much
more than ordinary ability. She is in
a position to know whereof she speaks,
being resident of a atate in which
women have been declared by tbe laws
of that state legal voters, ber home
being in Colorado.
We have quite a number of very flno
ranches around bere and In splendid
condition. The berries are looking
extra flue this year. Moat of tbe
farmers have finished working their
berries aud are ready for water.
It ii quite dry and dusty at this
time, but notwithstanding the bustling
farmers are taking advantage of tbe
J. J. Jorden has made quite a num
ber of improvements to bis beautiful
farm this spring in the way of clear
ing and planting new berries. His
new orchard is looking exceedingly
line this spring. ,
J. II. Oould has also mad many
Improvements on bis ranch and it is
now one of tbe most beautiful places
of iti size in this part of the valley.
While be baa done quite a lot of bard
work to beautify bis re nob, It now
promises to bountiully pay him for
bis trouble. Tbe prospects this year
were never better for berries and otber
There are others up tbe line that
are nearly through with their work
nd prospects are fine for a good crop.
We have quite a flourishing Union
Sunday School at Crapper school
bouse. The officers and teachers de
serve credit for their noble and untir
ing labors in making this school such
W. R.' Martin gave a lecture at the
school house on Api 11 29 on the sub
ject of temperance. Tbe following
members of tbe Sunday School joined
in tbe promise to do all they oould to
blot out intemperance from tbe land :
Joseph Horn, Robert Binns, Archer
J. Martin, W. C. Martin, Olive Stan
er, Troia Marurave, Clair Fisher,
Louis Pregge, Otto Horn, R, B. Lind
say, Leon Staner, Clifford Helms, J.
W. Jones, Oladys Hayner, Saukfey
Harsh, J. Wiokham, Mrs. Arueson,
Inez Martin, Mill Hooker, Anna
Fisher, Mrs. P. H. Martin, Johnnie
Lindsay, Calvin Hayner, Pearl Jones,
Nettie Belle Crapper. Ibis order will
give an entertainment in tbe near
The young gentlemen of this neigh
borhood are looking tbelr best this
spring aud tbey mean business, too,
so Hood River girls should look pretty
and watcb out for them.
We learn that there are two or three
young men living very lonely lives
close by, but do not intend to dd so
long, as tbey are making rapid move
ments for company; called "better
To be sure, you are covins
old. But why let everybody
see it, in your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpone age. If you will
only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
your gray hair will soon have
all the deep, rich color of
youth. Sold for 60 years.
" I m now oer W jrmri old. end I have
a thick, fMosay hea4 of ling lmr which l a
woeder in every one who fef It. Aim! not ft
gia; hair In It. all doe to Ajer't Hulr Vlirnr "
Hue. II. It. UuMH, ileclda, Mlon.
fl Of a bottle.
J.C. ATI!! CO.,
Ai I have not heard auytbing from
thli port of tbe oountry in your much
esteemed paper, I thought you would
like to hear from ui.
Mn. Amos Root left on Monday's
boat for Collins Spring, wneie she
boDes. in the bathing of whlob, to
obtain some relief. Mrs. Root bus
been a Ions and patient sufferer from
rheumatism, aud her many friends
join in wishing ber a speedy relief
from this obstinate illness.
J. W. Wt ldrick, who bai been quite
111 for the past month with a compiles
tiou of troubles, we are pleased to re
port is on the improve, and bis
friends will lie pleased to have him
among them oute again.
The Mav Dav ulonlo whlob was giv
en by the teacher and pupils of Dis
trict No. 8 was a very enjoyable ocoa
lion. Miss Alice Phillips waa chosen
as May queen, and tbe winding of tbe
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SMITH BUILDING, HOOD RIVER
pule with tbe school colors of pink
and green by twelve you ng girls was
an attractive feature of tbe tbe enter
tainment. The ring prize game, con
ducted by Miss Qodberson, was en
thusiastically entered into by all.
Miss Ruth Weidrick waa u resented
the booby prize, and Miss Ora Wait
suoceeded In gaining tbe first prize,
whlob waa a pea knife.
Mrs. Forsbura Aiade a special trip
to Portland last week for tbe purpose
of consulting an oculist concerning
ber eyea with which sbe bas been bar
ing recent trouble.
A. P. Bateham was a visitor to Hood
River on Saturday of lapt week.
Mrs. Wm. Rowland came up fro n
Hood River on Thursday to visit with
ber mother who is ill.
William Rowland, of Hood River.
oame up to Mosior on Sunday last,
and returned with bis wife and son
on Monday. :
Apple spraying was tbe issne of the
day throughout tbe week with the or
chardists, and 'twas not until Satur
day that tbe completion of tbe nrst
application was accomplished.
Mrs. Cbas. Orabam was taken vio
lently ill on Sunday night, necessi
tating the hasty servioe of a physi
cian, who, fortunutcly, was already in
town on professional business.
Miss Mary Middleswart, wbo has
spent the past year in Hood Klver at
tending school, has returned borne to
spend her vacation wltb ber parents.
Mrs. Smith, of The Dalles, visited
frlenda in Mosier last week.
Miss Nora Root, who has been in
Tbe Dalles for tbe pat few months,
visited ber parents on 1 ridav and Mat
urday of last week.
Mrs. llurlingame, accompanied by
ber son, Edgar, returned from Urass
valley on Monday.
Tbe social dance given on Saturday
eve was a most enjoyable affair.
J. W. Weidrick, who recently pur
chased the Capt. MoNnlty estate, is
erecting au eight-room cottage ) his
new farm. Mr. Muuo is the architect
for the building, and there is no
doubt but that it wiil be a oozy affair.
Miss Dollie Mosier waa a passenger
on Friday's early train for Hood River,
at which place sbe went to attend tbe
funeral of T.. Adams wbioh took
plaoe on Saturday afternoon.
Miss Ella Weidrick is suffering
from a severe attack of poison oak.
j Rev. Wood, of Hood River, delivered
a very a bio sermon on Thursday even
ing to a well tilled bouse. The people
of Mosier will be glad to welcome Her.
Wood again among them.
Mrs. Wm. Ditnick came up from
Vancouver on Thursday of last week
and will spend tbe summer at the mill
with ber brother, Mr. ueo. Cham tier
The roll of honor for tbe term end
ing April 27 lu Distriot 52 is as fol
lows: Flosslo Bailey, Clyde liailey,
Willie 1 topee, Loyd Fisher, Mamie
ureen, James lireen, Annie llaacke,
Leodica llaacke. Altera llaacke, Mat-
tie Hudson, Aldiue Hudson, Shelly
Hudson, ftuiily Husbands, Mary Mor-
run I nasi a M irimn fist n r 1 u a M r i r ti n
Alloe Mosier, Willie Stewart, Ora
Waite, Johnnie dipping and Handy
tleo. Chamberlain made a hasty trip
to Portland on Friday for the purpose
of purchasing some mill machinery.
Mrs. R. J. Middlcswait made a trip
to Hood River one day last week for
tbe purpose of consulting ber pbysi
The Urange in MoHier is a thriving
organization, new members coming In
steadily at each meeting.
J. N. Mosier, wife, and Miss Alice
went down to Hood River on Friday
to attend the funeral of W. L. Ada ns.
Rev. W. R. Martin and son, of Port
laud, are in this neighborhood. Tbey
expect to spend the summer here. He
preached a very Interesting sermon at
tbe school bouse on last Sunday even
ing. He also delivered an able lecture
on the subject of temperance on tbe
preceding Sunday. Mr. Martin was
one of tbe sufferers iu tbe great flood
that devastated the city of Ualverton
a lew years ago. As a result of the
disaster he buried bis wife, two sons
and two daughters, all iu the same
grave. We extend a hearty welcome
to the reverend gentleman.
Miss Katherlne Everett entertained
a party of her young friends at the
home of her aunt, Mrs, Kinsey, in
Hood River, on last Thursday. Those
who attended from Crapper, ber
former home, wore the Misses Ellen
aud Alice MoCurdy, Dorothy and Lets
Martin and Viola aud Mildred Crap
per. It was a bhtbday party aud was
greatly enjoyed by all. Tbe usual
games aud refreshments were in evi
dence and the young ladies returned
Dome bappy and tired.
The prospects for a good crop of
apples aud strawberries are very en
couraging. The hauling of strawberry
crates has already commened.
Mrs. llarton. wbo has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Sbough, return' d to
ber home at Oukville Friday.
Walter Brace waa called to Portland
by the illness of his mother last week.
Tbe new jewelrr on display at the
Pine Grove store draws an admiring
Hans Lege and his crew of workmen
are doing some good work graveling
tbe piece of road recently straightened
out above tbe Laraway place. This
bas been one of the worst pieces ot
road in the community and much
dreaded by teamsters, but henceforth
be can trot merrily over it with any
kind of a load. Tbe ancient Romans
built roads which lasted a thousand
yean. While we may and dp not hope J
We nor anyone else can sell goods at less than cost and live, but there are goods
that so accumulate on which it is better to accept a loss than to keep. Below we
give a list of some of these, most all of which are good goods, and are real bar
gains. If we have a real bargain to give we believe in giving it to our friends
For Ladies and Children
Sandow brand. 35c for 20c
3 for 50c
Kittie brand, - 15c for 10c
Kuto brand, - 2()cforl5c
25c for 20c, 3 for 50c
nnd 35c for - - 25c
For Men and Bora
Something like 100 to 125
hats that range in price
at from f 1.50 to $3.00.
Your choice for
H I I
Forty or Fifty suits that
are not strictly up to date
in cut but are all good
goods and servicable, and
for every day wear ar-p
$4.00 to $9.50
a profit on
For Boy and Children
I'ive to ten years sizes,
85 Cents to $3.50
Most all of these are good
and are all worth more
money than we ask for
OUR GOODS ARE RELIABLE
to build so solidly, yet we must and
will provide something better than
tbe "mud and pine branch' excuses
existing In many parts of tbe valley.
Mr. aud Mrs. Clark came up from
Portland latt week and are camplug
above Mr. Wiuobell's place. Mrs.
Clark was formerly Miss Helen Wil
liams of this community. '
As enrly as ten o'clock Saturday
morniug the Grangers were seen
wending their way townrd the school
house laden witb baskets, boxes and
bundles of various sizes. A business
meeting wasoalied and two enndidates
initiated. After all the "red tape"
bad been disposed of, fortbfrom these
same baskets, boxes and bundle) came
all manner of things pleasing to tbe
eve and refreshing to tbe inner rran.
The ladies of the Orange may well be
complimented upon tbe dinner tbey
provided that day, for the writer bas
attended many picnlo dinners and oan
truthfully say that nevei did Bbe par
take of a better one; aud there seemed
to b no limit to the supply. Tbe
fragrant, steaming "cup that cheers
but does not inebriate" brought com
fort to tbe older ones, while tbe lem
onade made by the maids was in itself
a poem. It is Impossible to even
note tbe different articles on tbe
menu, but sufficient to say tbey were
all excellent, and "here's to tbe ladies
of the Urange I Long may they live
and prosper. " The next meeting will
be held tbe third Saturday lu May at
8 p. m. when a full attendance of
members Is requested as there , is im
portant business ou hand to transact.
Tbe spraying season is on and one
of the farmers in tbe Immediate vicin
ity f the store began spraying at four
o'clock Monday morning. Such thrift
reminds us of one of Poor Richard's
sayings: "Plough deep while sluggards
sleep, and you shall have corn to sell
aud to keep."
Miss Ruby Davis visited iu town a
few days last week.
Miss Rose Williams spent Sunday at
II. C. Berrlan, of Portland, visited
Friday with bis sister, Mrs. L. G.
Dr. Johnson Jordan was called Mon
day to see Mrs. Sbough.
Miss Bertie Crow, of Joplin, Mo.,
begau aorvces in the Piue Orove
church Suuday. She bas been in
evangelistio work thirteen years and
was a delegate to tbe General Confer
ence ot tbe M. K. oburob held iu Los
Angles, May, 1!M. Her father is a
member of tbe St. Louis Coufereuoe.
Miss Crow will continue her meetings
Died, April 27, 1900, at Spokane,
Mrs. Joanna Silliman. It will be re
membered by some that Mrs. aud Mi.
Silliman came to Hood River from
Titusville, Pa., iu 18U0, aud after
staying in Hood Rivet for some time
went to Spokane to live. Mr. Silli
man died i years ago at tbe age of 83
years. Two children survive them,
Mr. Lauiance Silliman, of Hood Kiv
er and Mrs. L. M. Board man, of
8pokaon witb whom Mrs. Silliman
waa living at tbe time of her death.
She leaves 15 grandchildren and 11
Tbe three youngest boys of Jerome
Wells bare tbe measles.
Hood Klver Relief Fund
Jos. A. Wilcon. chairman of tbe re
lief committee appointed by tbe Com
mercial Club t ' solicit funds and
provisions for tbe San Francisco suf
ferers, bas made bis final report, as
Cash s'lbscrlptlons $449 25
Hood River Milling Co., 10
bbl. flour 40 00
155 packages miscellaneous 113 75
369 sacks potatoes, donated 221 40
Paid for 799 sacks potatoes $371 60
" " loading oar 2 00
" " drayage ' 3 00
" " pbone Si muslin 1 50
" " draft payable to
James D. Pbelan, Chairman
Finance Com. Relief Fund 7115
In addition to this about $200 was
collected at the Stanley A Smith mill
at Green Point and sent direct, wbioh
will make tbe contributions - from
Hood River exceed $1,000. ,
Protect Proprietary Medicine.
Did it ever occur to you that proprietary
medicines are a tiusoing to mankind
generally. The good ones have long con
tinued sale; the pour ones have short
lire and soon leave the market
If we had to depend entirely upon phy
sicians and druggists it would be expen
sive and very inconvenient at times,
especially in the country and at night
when neither could be conveniently
reached. For nearly forty years, lios
uhee's tierman Syrup has been used iu
many families, and thousandsof lives of
adult and children have been saved by
its use, when it was impossible to reach
a physician. German Syrup is tbe' best
household remedy for coughs, colds,
throat and lung trouble. It quickly re
lieves the hacking cough, loosens. tbe
phlegm, and brings sound and refresh
ing sleep. 1 wenty-6vo and seventy
live cents. Get a copy of Green's Prise
Why take a dozen things to cure, that
cough? Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar allays the congestion, stops
that tickling, drives the cold out though
your bowels. Sold by Williams' Pharm
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United 8tte Lmnd Office, The Dalles, Oreron
April 23d, 1906. Notice hereby (riven that the
following named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his claim
and that said proof will be made before the Reg
ister and Receiver at The Dalles, Oreffou on J
HENRY L. HOWE
of Hood River, Oregon, on H. E, No. 8W. for the
SENWXSVft,N'4, NW'ENi and NEWli
Sec. S. Tp. 1, N., R 11. E.. W. M
He names the following- witnesses to prove his
continous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: John West, of Hood River, Oreiron.
Emil D. West; of Hood River, Oren-on. William H
Davis, of Hood River. Oreiron. John W. Davis, of
Hood River, Oreson.
MICHAEL T.NOLAN. Recister,
10 acres of very early
strawberry and fruit land,
with a southern slope, 1ft
miles from White Salmon, 1
mile from dock; plenty of
water; 4 acres cleared. It's
a great bargain for $1350,
We have other bargains.
White Salmon Land Co.,
: White Salmon, Wash.
Nine Purchasers for Hood River Farms
B liitti; yiir or perty wit hme yon
will secure a quick sale. These pur
chasers are personal friends and wan,
to buy. Write, giving full description
o J. Adrain Kpping, 2d and Morriwin
streets, Portland, Ore. ni28
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