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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1906)
HOODIBIVEB GLACIEB, THURSDAY, JUNE 71006.
EDUCTION SALE jz?
g Saturday, June 9th, Lasting
Absolutely everything in this store will be Swepingly Reduced to prices that must move $50,000 worth of merchandise by August
1. We have no old style, shop-worn goods to sluff off on the people, nothing but the newest best and lowest priced merchandise.
Our stock is all new, nothing older than sixty days i and must be
removed to make room for our immense Fall stock now purchased
and under these circumstances have marked our goods down to
Prices Never Before Made jo the People of Hfred Biver
U i '. Thp Hnnrf Pivpr ' Rnkprv nnv. U
A Word to the Wise is Sufficient.
WATCH FOR OUR PRINTED
BY THE WAY
When ileiuze sold bis copper mine,
taking In part payment genatorahlp
from Montana, neither the buyer or
gellel thought it neceseary to consult
the people of the itate before cloning
The Hon. Ben Tillman U wanting
on an uorefponaire senate a lot of
material tbat might bring good price
if he would aend it to the magazines.
The Missouri man, who swapped a
41-year old wife and five children for
a 21-year old wife and one child,
ought to bare been compelled by the
laws of compensation, to give a jack
knife and a plug of tobacco to boot.
Chioago began to clean house yes
terday, and the rest of the world may
expect a famine in scrubbing brushes.
It appears tbat the Japanese want to
, grow broader as well as taller. They
Hre reported as drinking 3,800,000
gallons of beer last year.
Very likoly Senator Aldrloh Is mere
ly holding up the cenatured alcohol
bill, for fear it would delay the pas
sage of the rate bill.
Kor Sulo, Cheap : A lot of anthra
olte coal stored foi a strike. Apply
O. F. lluer 4 Co.
Tbat list of the members of the new
Russian mlnimstry reads like a sneez
Jobn'MitoheU'i oonl strike is the
best kind after all. He struck au
The ladies in Kansas cannot vote for
governor, so that Oov. lloob will nev
er know whether be did right or not
when be failed to get tbat kiss.
The original rate bill wont know it
self from a ruin lutt by an earthquake.
An artist suya that Mr. Kookef oi
ler's IdoBB of art are crude. Yet John
D. has done a llttlo work in oil that
was quite retlued.
O rover Cleveland has taken to auto
mobile speeding lor sport. It must
be that the "rascally Huh have all
gone to sea."
Mark Twain is said to do most of
bis literarv work in bed. He proha
bly rinds it much easier lying at full
Senator Clatk. of Montana, isn't
iroius to be candidate for re-eluction
Anybody want to bid for the place?
Tbe nnloaded pistol In the hands of
ths loaded owner is always a first-class
solicitor for the undertaker.
A grafter is a reformer who la tu. A
reformer Is a grafter who is out.
Tbe whole is said to be greater than
a part, but the United States beuate
seems to be an exception to tne ruio.
The number of destitutes in San
Francisco is atill otlloially reported at
nearly 200,000. Earthquake and water
combined are uearly a knock-out
A new paper, started In Atlanta, has
Insured the life of its epltor for 75,
000. If he Is shot, the paper at once
declares a dividend. Iho lining il a
long-felt want is evident.
We are not much afraid of the com
ing of the hoopsklrt, during Mr, Koose
volt's administration, at loast.
"You can teach people how to act
aotlng, but you can't teach them to
act, " says Mr. Manslleltt in ine May
Aliiutic. We notice that they tailed in
the case of Mr. Mausileld.
An automoliilist in M. i. was
thrown 35 foot when his waohine
turned a somersault. Tom Johusou's
new six-niiles-a-mimite-overhead rail
way defies these amateur efforts.
The Democrats of Tennessee are In a
tanule. but what nuzzles lookers-on. is
why the Kepublioaus of the state con
sider this psychological moment to in
dulge in small and silly squabbling.
The Smoot case has again been post
poned for two weeks. One or two
more moves like this will push it olt
the board for the session.
The folding baby carriage has ar
rived for the benellt of list dwtliers.
Now lot genius run riot until a baby
that can lie shut up Is invented.
"You uever see a Mormon tramp"
says Heuator Smoot. No necessity uf
a Mormon tramping, if bis wires pio
rute the cost of his maintenance.
Sarah liernhardt played In a beer
gerden in Seattle, iiut she has no in
tentiou of playing the Carrie Natiou
circuit in the ICast.
This Is the "open season" for the
open windows, open cars, openwork
hose, and the open-season joke.
It is believed tbat since his recent
appearance in court, tbe Burlington
Iialrload has succeeded in not taking
itself of the habit of making a noise
like a rebate.
The new litissinn premier is said to
look like an Kuglisb butler. If he will
but act like one, the malcontents will
soon have their enthusiasm frozen out
'The senate has agreed to bill
which provides tbat passes may lie
gveuto '"attorneys who are employed
exclusively by tbe railroads." It will
be interesting to learn bow many
members of congress will be able to
get passes under that rule.
Tbe coal strike was settled too soon
to be of advantage to the politicians,
wbo wanted to make capital ol it
during tbe campaign.
A new magazine impends. It is be
lieved to be edited and published by
muck rakers who are out of a job aud
should be valuable as an outlet for
much material already prepared, but
Without knowing exactly what the
"(iil wee trash can" are, we hasten
to congratulate Kanass City lu tbe
prospect of gotting rid of them.
The bookmaker contends that hit
business is not gambling. Kigbt. As
rule, it is robbery.
Tbe word of tbe day in tbe anthra
cite regloni in Pennsylvania is, "Hack
to tbe mines."
It's generally the "trusted clerk"
who gets awuy with 1100,000 or so.
The clerk wbo is not trusted couldn't
get near tbe money.
State Weather Report.
Observer Heals reports the general
summary for lart week as follows:
Iho week opened and closed show
ery aud cool, Willi an intervening
period of from two to three days with
mild temperature aud cii sir skies.
The rains on Tuesday and Wednesday
were exoessive over limited locnlitles
lu the northeast section of the .lute.
Tbe Umatilla Kiver over flowed its
banks, and did considerable damage
to the streets in tbe olty of Pendleton
and to tbe bridges aud fences along
its course from tbat city to its mouth
at U mat ilia. In a few other localities
In that section farm lands were badly
washed by heavy rains, but the good
done in the larger territory where the
rains were only moderate, much more
than compensated for tbe damage done
in the few limited areas where they
were exoessive. Friday morning the
temperature was dangerously near the
frost mark, both in the eastern and
western portious of the state, but no
frosts wore reported. The winds dur
ing the week were generally light
and mostly from the west, but come
of the raiu squalls were attended by
wind rushes of abort duration."
Advertised Letter List.
For tbe week ending June 4, 06.
Long, Miss Kate; Liusley, Mrs. ;
May, J as. A phi ne (2); Nnlson, Miss
11.; Wagner, Miss Anna; Evans, Roy;
Grant, Sam I). ; Ualbraitb, J as. ;
Hunt, J. M. ; Jouen, U. W. ; Koppe,
8. 11. ; Kersse, Louis; Marrlnno,
llenuardini (2); Miles, William; Mo
Nu ney, II. U; O'lirien, II. T. ; In
cadotieg, Victor; Kortte, George;
W. 1). Taylor, Ty astern I, Kinney;
For the week ending May 28, 06. i.
Atterbury, Mae; Day, Mrs. L. L. ;
(lay, Mrs. St. Clair; Miller Viola;
Smith Miss;Stone, Mrs. May; 'lhorn
ton, Mrs. O. ; Williams, Mrs. Millie;
Hurt, Gordon; Copple, Wm. ; Clurk,
Fred ; Chandler, Ralph ; Davidson, W.
L. ; Davenport, L. ; Dedrick, K. O. ;
Dlcklu, C. C. ; Fles, August; Fox,
Frank; (Jisece, Crocetta; Cloulet, T.
F. ; Harden, Henry; Harris, Frank;
Hunt, J. li. ; Leahy, Timothy; Qinn,
X'ilden ; lteese, Mr. ; Kobinson, Rev.
T. Eluio; Swift. Ivan; Taylor, C. F. ;
Throop, Wm. ; Thornton, Kd; Walker,
1'. M. ; Wettle, A. J. ; Wilson, U. C. ;
The sworn statement of the manufac
ture protects you from opiates in Ken-,
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar tbe
cough syrup that drives the cold out of
your system. Hold by Williams's Phar
macy. ... -
Protect Proprietary Medicines.
Did It ever occur to you that proprietary
medicines are a blessing to mankind
generally. The good ones have long con
tinued mile; the poor ones liuve short
life ami soon leave the market.
If we had to depend entirely iiioii phy
sicians and druggists it would be expen
sive and very inconvenient at times,
especially in the country and at night
when neither could lie conveniently
reached, For nearly forty years Hoi
chee's German Syrup bus been unl in
many families, and thousandsof liven of
adults and children have been saved by
its use, when It was impossible to reach
a physician. German Syrup is the best
household remedy for coughs, colds,
th rout and lung trouble. It quickly re
lieves tlie backing cough, loosens the
phlegm, and brings sound and refresh
ing sleep. Twenty-live and seventy
five cents. Get a copy of Green's I'ri.o
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United mates IjiiuI Office, The l)all, Ore
gon, May '!, lnoti.Notlce ! hereby given tbftt
in compliance wiwi uie proviNiom 01 me ux
orCoiiKreHK of Junes, JS7S, eDlllled "An aut
lor the ttale nf timber lands la the suttee of
California, OrKon, Nxvutla, and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the 1'ubllc Laud
HUh by art of All(Hst 4, 1HU2,
WILLIAM It. ANDREWS,
of Wsh.'O, county of Hhermun, mule of Oregon,
hail thin day nld lu thU om.w hii nworn
mtement No. 'itU'.', for the purchane of the
wNr.Mia ..'',s'oiiwiiiiii no. 30, in
IuwiihIiiu No. 1 N., raUHti No. 11 h,., W. M.. and
will tiller priHif to Hhow that the land nought
In more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for uKrleuU.iP .il itirpoea, and to emahllHb bin
claim; to mild land before (leorge T. Trainer,
II. H. I'oinmlsMloner, at his olHce In Hood
ltlver, Oregon, on tke Itilh day of Angiiat. Wot).
ilenauicaa witnesses: Archie I,'. Kreuoh,
(llll.in! n, Woodwoilh, Hoy Woodworth and
tiny Wood worth, all of Hood Ulver, Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
altove-deacribetl lauds are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before said
lilh day or AiiriimI, mm,
J7at M it'll A EL T. NOLAN. Register.
NOTICU FOR PUBLICATION.
roii, Nitty ti, HHMi, Notion Ih fiertiUy Klveu that
in com pukviice wun me provmumitoi th'.'tct ol
( ongrttHNtirJiineU, 1H7N, nlllled ''An act for
tlit utile ol limber Uiuu lu Uie H tut cm of (all
ium I a, OreKoii. Nevada, and Wiuhlngtou Ter
ruory, an fxumoea 10 ail me rtiullo lAnd
Htalea by act of AuioiM 4, lHltt,
of I'urtluml, county of Multnomah, ntnte of
urt'KOii, iihh hum ouy nieu iu mm omoe nin
Hworn HtHtt'inonl No. 2IML, Tor the pm-chane of
ine ioih i, a, -i una a, oi moiion no. vj, in town
Hhlp No. 1 N., ranice No. 9 K W, M., and will
oiler pftxif to mIh w that the land nought Ih
more vhIiihI.Ic ftr iu timber or Htone 1 1 un for
Utfrlmiltuial purtKmt'H, and to eMtahllNh hU
clutm to waltl land bclore the HeiflHier and
HtMwIvtii' at The UalU's, Oregon, ou the IDUi
day or AuKut, 1WW,
He nanifN hm wUiipmwh; lwln K. Morne,
Frnnk t handler, Cliarlen L. Mortw and Wtl
llti in b Hand, all of HtHd Hlvwr. Ori'trnn.
Any and all ihtnoiik clahnlntr ailvt'i-m ly the
iihuve-deNinltwd lautU are riMjiveMld Hi -tile
ini'ir r.iaiuiH tu in in omce on or ut'iore said
'JOth day of Aiik'UMi,
j;al(i M1CHAKLT. NtLAN, HegUter.
Buy Your Fruit Boxes
Hood River Box Factory
ami l'itt ronizo Homo Industry.
Best Quality Lowest Price
l'lione Main 71
S. J. FRANK
I IF YOU DON'T SEE
What you wan't
in the window at
The Williams Pharmacy
Go in and ask for it .;
WE HAVE IT. .
Finest Line of Sundries in the City
Also most. Complete Line
rioder Prices on High GradeGoods
PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
CHARLES HALL. Proprietor.
Harness S: Saddles
All Repairing Promptly Attended to
HOOD RIVER OREGON
R. D. GOULD,
Steam and Hot Water Heating
All jobbing promptly attended to.
Lkhmr Buti.kh, President
J. W. Tbal, Vice I resident.
Truman Butlkk. Cashier
Capital Fully Paid, $50,000
We are too modest to advertise that we are the oldeBt
and largest Hank in Hood River valley, and we would
not want to nay that ours is the best bank, but we do
not hesitate to say that we are right good people.
Our busiiieMs is growing all the time, and we want to
keep it growing, so strangers are welcome when prop-
erly ident ified The same courteous treatment is ex
tended to the customer with a small account as is
accorded to his neighbor with a large balance, fpr you
can never tell how large a small account will grow.
BUTLER BANKING CO.
Bartmcss' Furniture Store
ON A CASH BASIS
A INDUCTION OF TEN PER CENT ON ALMOST ALL
' HOUSEIIOLli GOODS ., ,
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A Large Line of New Spring Goods
MATTINGS an4 CAiiPET5
At prices. never befojre quoted
Malhable Iron Beds, guaranteed affainstbraks'W'Wwf ,aBi
factory for 25 years, and yet cheaper than the cast beds,
We get thein direct from the East. Call and look them over,
S, E. BARTMESSt:
Building Material, Carpets, Paints, etc
Undertaker and Embalmer, u
The Hood River Rnkerv nnr-
j Phased 200 barrels of our Golden
Crown Flour Oct; 1, 1905. They
have just . placed another order
with us for 100 barrels more. At
"Mr. Williams' Bakery can be found
the best bread in the city, and it
lis made from our Golden .Crown
flour.., The bread speaks for itself.
J Our White River and Golden Crown flour
' ! can be I und for sale at all the leading gro
jj t i. 'l i vii sack. Once used, always used
a For Sale By
5TRANAHAN & BAG LEY
Hood River, Oregon
jm9 tiJiMimiin TiiMnlniiii' , Wi
We are now located in(the Smith Building, iu the
room formerly occupied by J. E. Rami, 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 wish to say to all purold friends and custom
ers who for so nvnyy'ea.jpftto our shop for
their meats, thai it 'is usi;less for nie-to introduce
Wpod Bros., our successsors, as th'eir'1-8 years in
the butcher, busines', in .'Wasco county has made
";' them. sp(.,widely knwp thaf Aii.jhrpduetion is nn
' 1 nocessary. Being jhojiest, capivkk business men,
'.tliey, bate tjie meafnnrnf-'abitrty to. rwp 'a -business
u m as it should bo" truh, and Iftli vay that will be a
..' credit to our city. !" ')--. V-. ;'
- -I xt)ect4. 8feay.-U4Jii)iv. firm for awhile,
t old stand. I
will guarantee that you will gvt just as much meat
-ir1"0118 ,'l"1'tt't,us treatment and s
ju8tl5ices can Iwhud in the city.
V hityfyk? V,r fii'ig' good to
eat ior tne frpringtrade.
' rt iulil i(.l.-! i
NOW IS THE TIME to trade your
A NEW RANGE '
sftove in, on
The Bier New arid
is the place. We buy, sell and.exchangsn&mng xin and
OrAnitAwarA. Crockerv. and in fact'EVERYTHtN'O'itA.lfthlA. .' .. ...?.-.;s .
Come in and be convinced that we can SAVE' YOU MONEY.
phone 1053 - 0. R DABBy7 "COTrPrb-prietorfi