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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JUNE, 171906
What' the matter with our Under
wood correspondent T We bare not
een a word from Underwood for ever
ao long. Well, Underwood still exists
and we lurely mast be beard from.
Strawberries la tbe most Interest lug
toplo of the day. In spite of the long
cloudy spell there aie considerable
berries coming in as tbe day permits.
Berries are flue but the season will be
Mrs. John White, of Cascade, was
? isiting at tbe home of Isabel Undei
wood, and r eturueu to Cascade on
Mrs. Sarab Foster and her family
of children arrived on Sunday from
ToppenUb, Wash, 'f bey will camp on
the farm of Keiley I) u bo lee and pirk
berries, just lor an outing.
Henry Weaver and wife went to Lit
tie White Salmon on (Saturday to
spend a week camping. Henry be
lieves that he will haul a wagon load
ot game and llsn Dome.
Mr. and Mrs. U. 11. Cromwell were
over from Cbenowi .h Saturday.
We are proud to note that the Ore'
?:on State Orange is decided to meet
n Hood Itiver in 1907. In certainly
will be "an honor to Hood River. It
being a truly agriontural district, and
being a member of an Oregon Urunge.
I would most sincerely congratulate
11 ood Itiver.
Mr. Fred Luthy expects bs wife to
come home by Tbe Dalles City on
Thursday. We will all be glad to
greet Mrs. Luthy whose life baa been
pared for awble longer.
Mr. Lother, tie Inspector for the
Northern Paolflo, was in Underwood
White Salmon river seems to be tbe
most attractive for good Ashing and
erman as well as flsherwoman appear
aauy wim ineir roda and baskets.
Ihere will be a social dance at
Smith's Hall on June 2, or 8a tui day
nignc me nrst or tne season. js?.
ery etfort will be made by tbe mana
gors to make the affair a success.
Alfred Fuller ia the new bartender
for tbe St. Kent.
We are informed by good authority
mai soon ;tnere will tie another tele
phone line built into Underwood.
We perhaps will all be glad to see a
good telephone system, and tbe Ska
mania Operative Co. have distinguish
ed themselves. We will be glud to
have them oome.
Mr. Wlllard, of Cbenowitb, Is in
Underwood on Wednesday.
poorest season we have ever had. Tbe
berries did not turn ot t so well as
was anticipated at Hri-t though a small
orop waa anticipated all along. Tbe
old snap In March froze tl.e vines
down lo the ground and the weather
after that was so cold that I he v nes
grew very f lowly and as I he cold
cloudy weather continued through
tbe picking season the berries ripened
very slowly and also srew slowly.
Prices have held up good through the
season, e.U.11 per crate being the low
est price touched so far during tbe
From the Enterprise.
Charles L. Gregory departed for
Seattle today, to attend the Urand
Lodge of Odd Fellows, as a delegate
from Hood Will lodge of White Sal
mon. It. A. Iiyrkett, also left at tbe
same time as a representative of Trout
Lake lodge No. 21!). Mr. Iiyrkett Is
accompanied by Mrs. Iiyrkett.
The oonorete blocks are now being
luld ont he building of the White Sal
mon Valley Hank. The work is now
going ahead rapidly and the building
will soon be inclosed. If the present
plans of the bankers are carried out,
the building, when completed, will be
au .up-to-date banking house in every
The oonorete foundation for the Odd
Follows building is now being con
structed and the framing of the tim
bers will begin next week. Nearly all
the material Is now on the ground for
the construction of the building and
no serious delays on that anoount are
contemplated and it is exported that
the building will be pushed forward
rapidly to completion.
The addition to Wolfard 4 Go's,
store has been completed and now thU
enterprising ilrra ocoupy the upper
lloor as well as tbe lower part of K.
Lautorhaoh's large building. This
gives them plouty of room for the
present, but the energy of this arm
will nd doubt cause them to expand
until even this apace will eventually
be to small to hold their immeuse
stock of goods.
The strawberry season is nearly over
and it will go down in history as the
The dance given by Otto Kbrck and
Ed Jocbiusen will be on Friday night.
June 8, not May 8, as recorded! n last
week a Glacier. Remember June in
the I. O. O. F. Hall at Odell. Pro
ceeds to go to help defray expenses of
tbe base ball boys.
Pine Grove and Odell have organiz
ed a base hall club with Thomas La
oey, manager, James Wilson, captain.
Ariangementa are not completed, but
plana are being made to make the or
ganization a strong one and good
games may be expected.
The ice cream so"ial, given by the
C. E. of Odell last Friday night, was
well attended and a pleasant evening
was had. We have not lent nod the
amount in dollars, but the C. K. is
better by reason of this social.
Strawberries and apple thinning
make Odell a busy plaoe. M. II. Odell
had ') orates of berries Satuiday.
Wm. Ghrck and Will Kemp had crews
thinning lntt v.rik.
We are sorry to heat that Lee Odell
Is In very poor health.
Last week . papers were drawn by
which Frank Hunnoru and wife sold
to Mrs. Crockett 2!) acres, less the Mt.
Hood K. It. right of way, together
with some personal property, Consid
Odell people are glad that Mrs.
Crockett will remain here and oil hope
lor tier and bers, health and prosper
lty. We bave not learned what are
tbe plans of Mr. and Mrs. Runcorn.
Andy Iteatty has moved with his
family to tbe east side of the river,
where tbey are working on tbe Farm
ers' irrigation ditch.
Rookford bas lust received a carload
of fine hay, so now you can get all tbe
nay you want.
W. Nichols is busy hauling wood to
town, going twioe every day. Willis
George Camp has gone to work with
his team in the logging camp at
Ed Walls has lieen a busy man dur
ing tbe past week building flues and
laying plaster on the walls at a house
In town, which has been altered and
flxen by J. 11. Count, our Rookford
district noted carpenter. Well, yes,
U. is a pretty good sort of a fellow.
Rook bas been spilt and hauled for
the new Sherrieb house, which will
make a very good cellar and walls for
tbe foundation. Will have more to
say later on.
Ralph and Lesley Sherrieb have been
nicking and hauling to town their
terries, aa 1 am informed Hie boys
have a patch of their own, Pretty
good boys are Ralph and Lesley.
E. A. Watts has been handlnm the
delivery team at the Rookford during
the last week. E'loch la quite a craok
man with a team, knows bow to swing
the whip and handle the lines. Say,
is he English? Why, yes, and glad of
it, and most Englishmen like good
horses and surely Rockford has a
Your correspondent was under the
wrong impression as he published in
last week's issue that liisliop Hell
would preach in tbe U. B. church,
when it should have been liisliop Cas
tle. 1). Labby presented your eoire
spoudout with a very nice basket of
strawberries, so that we enjoyed hci
ries and cream for supper on Fridny
The last few days bave been good
foi the berries, to now they are roll
ing them in from tbe upper district.
Woll, I am only a little dog and
they call me Frisky.
Now 1 must tell you of my tiip to
Portland last week. We a'arted very
early to meet tbe train and on its ar
rival they just gave me over to tbe
baggage man and be just polled me
along and fattened me op in one cor
ner of tbe baggage oar. No Pullman
for me, because 1 am only a dog. We
passed along the old Columbia with
its seething, foaming waters. After
two hours ride we arrived at tbe city,
where we met so many people such as
I never saw before. Tbe people looked
at me as 1 passed along and said,
"what a pretty dog." Indue time
we arrived at a large building tbey
call the Exposition building, where
a great many doga oame together,
some from Spokane, some from British
Columbia and some even from Cali
fornia, which seemed so tired and
weary with their long journey, and
the men pulled them along, but my
master was more compassionate with
me. iney placed us in long rowa of
benches in separate cages. Some
needed a drink of cold water, but
they did not get it, as tbey were only
dogs, and tbe new men did not un
derstaud dog language. Oh, my, there
were lots of doggies of all sizes and
descriptions. Tbe large St. Bernard,
tbe Great Dane and Russian wolf
hounds looked down npon me with
iusignificBuoe. The bird and hunting
dogs where there in plenty. There
wero lots of men and even ladies, who
were versed in doggydom. The ladies
oame in with their dear little pet dogs
and even bad little blankets on tbem
and sat by their little canine pets to
solace and comfort tbem. My mastei
waa good to me, for he came to visit
me, patted me, gave me a drink and
a little dog biscuit, but oh, the noise!
it was quite a strain on my nervea.
1 be bowling and barking of so many
dogs was something beard never to
bo.forgotteu. At two o'clock they bad
what tbey call judges to examine and
judge upon our qualities, according
to our class and breed, so they lead
iii out into a ring, and I being a Fox
terrier and a good one, the judges
soon passed upon me and banded out
for me tbe blue ribbon, which was an
Indication that 1 was a first class
prize-winner. Then tbe people said,
'Ob, my, is not that a beauty," and
my master was quite proud of me. 1
was lead back to my stall and a blue
card with the blue ribbon was tacked
over me, which said, "first-class".
Then tbe ladies and men came and
patted me and said, "You area beauty,
and so admired me and even wished
to buy me, but no, my master would
not part with me. I must say that 1
did not wish to ohange hauds. In
tbe eveuiug vast crowds of people
caino iu to look at the dog world.
Then they admired me and petted me
and said, "You are a very pretty Ipg;
I wish you were mine," but my neigh
bor, who was not so fortunate as I,
did not meet with the comments, auil
I myself felt a little dignified at my
exalted position. Hut 1 must close
the letter, as it is now uettinu late
and rest is needed. In a little while
all is quiet m.d 1 lay down and slept
and had pleasant dreams of my future
Louis Durkhard went to Portland
last Wednesday on business.
W. 11. Davidson baa been on the
siok list since Thursday, but Is able
to be out and aiound a little once
George Cooper, who has been laid
up with the measles for sometime, is
In a bad condition, aa be can only
speak in a whisper. His many friends
hope be will be all right in the near
Tho people of this section have
started picking strawberries.
The people of this section are wit
nessing rains quite frequently these
The sheep are onmina from eastern
Oregon over tbe bills and have already
been caught on the reserve by tbe
rangers. We think this would give
warning to the many other bands, as
they all know very well that sheep are
not allowed on tbe reserve at all. Ex
perience will toaob and a dear lesson
The reserve inspector oame up Sat
urday by stage from Hood River to
transact some business with tbe rang
Jesse Davidson went to town Satur
day and returned home Sunday ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs A. White
head and little daughter. They re
turned home Monday morning in or
Why is it that Aycr' Hair
Vigor does so many remark
able things? Because it is a
hair food. It feeds the hair,
puts new life into it. The hair
cannot keep from growing.
And gradually all the dark,
rich color of early life comes
back to gcay hair.
" Wh.n I flrit nied arer'i Hair Vigor mj
hair wm about all gray. But now It li a nice
rich black, mid at thick at I could autli."
Mug. Scats KLomilSTlSN, Tiueuiubla,
1.00 a bottle.
ier to give Mrs. Whitehead, who Is
.president ot the Woman's Suffrage
club of Hood River, a chance to elec
tioneer for tbe rights which we think
tbe women should bave. We bope be
fore tbia goes to print that we will
know our mothers, sisters and wives
(those who have wivea) will bave tbe
right we think tbey justly deserve.
Miss Lizzie Cooper was borne over
Sunday from Viento, where she is
teaching school. She was accompan
ied by a lady friend from tbe sa ne
O. B. Tompkins, of the firm of
Wickens & Tompkins, had bis little
finger out off, while fixing the guides
on the saw. The doctor thinks be oan
save tbe finger.
George Gilmer's family bave all been
down with tbe lagrippe, but are some
Ernest Bussensbutt bad to quit w ork
on account of an attack of lagrippe.
He waa workiog in the mill.
J Mr. Manley is down with tbe la
grippe. He is staying at Mi. Tilton's.
Mrs. A. Armstrong has gone to Van
couver to visit ber daughter, who is
The Selz Liberty Bell Medals lor the
last three months of the school year
were awarded. Tbe following is a list
of tbe winners pud their grades:
Susie Emery -Ormond
Louise Treiber .
Ivan Wood i , '
' Merl Jones
Mattie Hay word
10th 99 7
4th 98 3
4th A 97. II
4th B 98.1
3rd A 98.6
3rd B 98.7
6th 99 1
1st A 98
1st B 97.1
2nd A 96.7
2ud U 97.1
1st A 97.8
1st B 93
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0 KEIR CAS&
Fruit (Jrewors Organize.
An association of fruitgrowers will
be formed in the viciuity of Granger,
Washington, iu the near future. It
is the purpose to enlist many of the
orchardiats in that part of the Yaki
ma valley and thereby formulate a sys
tem of packing and selling of their
orops. This is the ouly successful
way to realize a legitimate pro9t for
such products of the farm no matter
what tbey are and tbe aooner the
farmers learn this and oo-operate in
snob movements the better it will be
No More Watch Worries
IF YOU HAVE A
BUY YOUR WATCH OF
THE WATCH MAKERS
Fine Awards on Cherries.
The business men ot Salem have ar
ranged for a line array of onpa to be
awarded for the best exhibits of char
iea at the coming meeting of tbe State
Horticultural Society at that city.
The Oregon Nursery Co. has given 126
towards the fund for out s and J. K.
Shopardb 110. II. 8. Uile Co. otter
a $10 oup for best display of Lambert
cherries; tbe Capital Commission Co.,
a $10 oup for best display of Ming
clerries, and the Paoitlo Homestead
Co., a 10 cup for best display of
Royal Ann oherries. There will also
be second prizes on eaob of the above
and oups for the best and second best
displays of named varieties and for
the best display of seedlings. As ar
rangements are not fully oompleted
there may be prizes in addition to
these. The fruit growers should le-
spoud by making such a display of
oherries as bas never before been seen
How to Break up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold can be completely
broken up iu one or two days time.
I be nrst symptons of a cold are a drv
loud cough, a profuse watery discharge
from the nose, and a thin, white coat
ing on the tomme. When Chamber
Iain's cough remedy is taken every hour
on i ne nrst appearance ol these symp
toms, it counteract the effect or the
cold and restores the system to
healthv condition within a day or two.
or sale uy Kicr ana Lass.
Advertising Hood Klver.
The preseut strawberry season bis
proven to be a bad one for the pickers
lor tbe reason that the cool and
weather bas retarded tbe ripening of
toe berries. To youua men from
draws Valley were met near Naneene
one day last week, when tbe following
conversation wbs bad :
"Hello, where are you bound?"
"For U rasa Valley."
"Been to Hood River?"
"How did you make It?"
"Made four bits a day: one dav
made 30 cents. A man had better eet
a tin bill and pick with tbe oblcken
than to go berry picking with tb
hope of making anything."
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 tb our friends
For Ladies and Children
Sandow brand, 35c for 20c
Kittie brand, - IScforlOc
Kato brand, - 20cforl5c
25c for 20c, 3 for 50c
and 35c for - - 25c
For Men and Boys
Something like 100 to 125
hats that range in price
at from jf 1.50 to f 3.00.
Your choice for
S o. p o W OL
AV V )
Forty or Fifty suits that
aiv not strictly up to date
in cut but are all good
goods and servicable, jiikI
for every day wear an-
$4.00 to $9.50
a profit on
For Boys and Children
Five to ten years sizes,
85 Cents to $3.50
Most all of these are good
and are all worth more
money Hum we ask for
OUR GOODS ARE RELIABLE
Hood River Fruit Growers Union
Blackberries and Cherries
An Organization of FRUIT GROWERS, For the Benefit of FRUIT GROWERS, Managed by FRUIT GROWERS
WE MARKET YOUR FRUIT AT ACTUAL COST OF MARKETING
NO PROFITS FOR ANYBODY
Every Fruit Grower enjoys the same privileges. Returns are made according to
the Quality of the fruit shipped irrespective of person; The Union is open to
any grower as a shipping madium. Come to the office and get acquainted with us.
We are shvnys ready to cheerfully furnish any information desired.
HOOD RIVER FRUIT GROWERS UNION
Z " H. SHEPARD, Manage..
Remember. The Union is iti existence for the benefit of the Fruit Grower.
If your stomach trouble von do not
conclude that there it no cure, for a
great many hare been permanently
cured by Chainberlain'a Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Got a free sample at
Kler and Cass's drug store and pive
them a trial. They also cure constipa
tion and biliousness.
Hulls lor Sorvloa, I fcrap two bull ai my
pin. for nrrvlp. Anv one wlshlt, theiiM-ol
Mimi- must pay t the lime r!.lM renileie1.
sVrvH-r. f i, I alto ,i dehorning at i: r
umiU, tliuao Kraui Sortb. Volinoul. -nol,
10 acres of very early
strawberry and fruit land,
with a southern Rlope,
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.
. New List of
Real Estate Bargains
White Salmon Land Co.,
White Salmon, Wash.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
llnitrri Starra Land Offle. Th Dall. Omm
April tM. Ist06.-Nftk M Iwretnr mivrni thil th.
following- named settler haa AM notice of hia in
tention to make Anal Droof in auDnort of hia ckim
and that aaid proof will be made before the Re.
liter and Receiver at The Daliea. Onda m Jnu
HENRY U HOWE
of Hood Hirer, Oregon, on H. E. No. J740. for the
SKS.MeVSi.SWNE'.. NW VE1 and NE'SWi,
See. . Tp. L N.. R IU E.. W. M '
He name the following witneaaea to prove his
rantinoua residetore upon and cultivation of aaid
land.ni; Joha Wt. of Hood River. Oregon.
f'.mll a. eat; of Hood River. Oregon. William H
Davia. of Hood Ri ytt. Oregon. John W. JJavia, of
Hood River. Oregon.
'". J. Baker & Co. offer the following
flood propoeitiona in real estate this
52 acres. Between 25 and 30 acres
cleared; 12 acres in bearing orchard, 15
hi airawiK-rries ana ciover. tiourie and
barn. This is a good bi'y. Price for a
hort time, $3500.
30 acres 5 miles out. 25 ai'res cleared,
20 in orchard 5 of which is in full hear
ing; standard varieties. Price, t!KKH).
70 acres 4 miles out. 45 acre cleared,
16 in orchard, 13 in full bearing, 12 mc es
meadow land. All ne essarv hnil.lin,,.
on place. Price per acre, f.tK).
80 acres 6J miles out, Unimproved.
i- wacw mnu. rrice, per acre.
120 acres 6J miles out. All neosary
buildings, good well and ppriiion
place. This is an unuaiiullv wvl h
Small orchard and all kinds of smalj
iruu; 40 acres cleared. Frice per acre
fiiO; terms to suit purchaser. '
We call special attention to one 10
acre tract, all cleared; about two miles
(rom town. Prii'e, $1250.
We have a number of 5,10 and 20
acre tracts that are bargains. Snme
good propositions in regard to land
from the Mount Hood district. C'rn
and m-e uh about it. Also land in Mo
sier, White Salmon and Hingen.
We have fine alfalfa ranch in Hulcr
county, another In Morrow; also imipJ
rty in the Willamette vallev i.. t. !
change for Hood R ver realty. I
Houses and lots for rent or sl ;.. u;i '
hartof Hood River. Collections made.
( nsurance written in jour choice of
40 acres. All under cultivation. Nice '
laige bouse, ordinary barn and two
ware house. 6 acres apples full hear-1
ing, standard varieties; n'ii. von in !
Newtown orchard, a) acre,, ny- ,5
acres pasture; under imgaiiou ditch '
This la good buy at $10,000. ' I
For a Few Days Only
Fifty acres, 6 milps out,
Ten acreas cleared,
Sixty-five apple trees,
Good house and barn,
llnral telephone and mail
No stone, well protected,
Splendid fi nit land,
(rood outside range.
Who wants it for $ 2,500.
Good terms. Land all
around it held at twice the
For particulars S(
H. M. ABBOT,
At Millinery Hore
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Pr. iiipt rales and quick returns
l'es.l.1. iluuinra in oil i tp: i
"u i luduce. Consignmenu solicited
129 Front Street, Portland, On,