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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1906)
HOOD dRIVm GLACIER; THUKBDAY, JUNE 28, 1906
HOOD RIVER TAKEN
AS A STANDARD
The success of Hoo3 River as a pro
ducer of the boat api leg and straw
berries growu oo the Pacific Coast, or
in the world, for that matter, baa
oaused the eyes of all fruit districts
to be turned this way. The JFreewat-
er, ure., limes remarks:
uave any of the readers of The
limes ever been into the famous
"Uood River country?" We rather
expect that some t least hare, but we
veuture to say lUht as iar as tbe.couu
tiy and its surroundings are '.concern
ed that nothing there could by any
ttretch of the iuiHciiidtimi ha rnn'uiH.
ered superior to our owujvaileyof the
"oiio ttuuh river.
And still, Hood River apples are
perhaps better known and bring a bet
ter price than do those fromany the
rouuuu vi me country ;.
Why is this? Simply for the reason
tnac tne Iruit tuey put on the market
is superior to that put out from other
sections, not because of a better soil
or climatic conditions but simply
because they take advantage of the
uairai resources wmoh they enjoy in
common witli many other sections of
the country. It Is needless to say
that it has taken a very considerable
amount of energy, study and push to
auuieveiue results tney nave attained,
but the returns seem to be sufficient
to warrant all and even more than it
There is a good, very good grade of
fruit gron iu this section of the val
ley except for the effects of insect
pests, and there can be no one inter
ested in fruit culture who will not le
nize that with the "start of many
years which the tiee pests have here,
the task of putting the orchards Into
clou n and healthful condition will re
quire much work, study and patience,
and that not only one orchard iet
aloue can accomplish the feat, but
that each one must be equally vigilant
and energetio, not for himself alone,
but to encourage his neighbor to
right for himself and the man that
lives next door.
it has been reported from a number
of somces that should be authentic,
that the severe cold snap of early
spring had (killed the San Jose scale;
but while soma of the scale may have
been killed, it is a certainty that veiy
much of it was not killed, and it is a
source of congratulation to the oroh
urdists of this sectiou, that notwith
standing the circulation of the mis
leading reports nearly, if lot all of
those with orohards here have gone
ahead and done good work in the way
of spraying for that hardy little pest.
Let the good work go on.
Just here let us say a word to those
having young orohards out, the future
usefulness of your trees will depend
laigely on the treatment they receive
from the time they are set out until
the time wheu they come into bear
ing. In order that they come to full
fiuiting when mature they must be
full of vigor. Give them the kind of
care that is needed to bring them to
this condition. Young trees are par
ticularly subject to the depredations
of aphis or leaf louse. Trees so effected
become stunted, the leaves curl and
tbo tree is deprived of its lung power.
These pests readily succumb too a
i-pray made of quassia chips and whale
oil soap. This louse should not Le
coufounded with the others of tb
The quassia and whale oil soap
formula is as follows:
Take 8 pounds of quassia chips and
soak VI hours in 8 gallons of water.
Di.-solve 7 pounds of nbh oil soap in
boiling water. Strain the quassia ex
tract from the chips and add the soap
lolutiou and dilute to 1U0 gall us for
Watch your orchards and learn
wheu and where pests of all kinds ap
pear, study for a remedy aud put it
into practice. Clean up your orchards
aud make them fancy, raise fancy
fruit, put it in fane; packages and ask
a fancy price. You will get it and not
regret your watchfulness.
Advertised Letter List.
For week ending June 11, 00.
Alexauder, Mae; linker, Norma;
llenuett, Mrs. J. F. ; Dennett, Min
nie; liuttH, Mrs. II. M. ; Clark, Mrs.
Helen ; Coyle, Mrs. Thoe. ; Harris,
Edna; Howe, Isabelle; Mercer, Anna;
Neime, Mrs. John ; Porter, Mrs. Geo. ;
Roese, lieatrice ;,Royse, Helle; Smith.,
Orra; Woodbury, Mrs. K. 1). ; Acker
man, Otto; Allard, Fred B. ; Aroha,
Giuseppe; Ames, A. 11.; Ball, Lyle;
liassoge, llert (2); Bailey, H. E. ;
liaird, C. W. ; Hennett, J. T. (2) ;
Uurton, C. H. ; Rutts, H. M. ; Bush
leck Albert; Bros, L. ; Lalbreath, T.
V. (2); Clark, J.; Cleary, Jack;
Chamberlain, Rob't. ; Christol, W. ;
Champlin, J.; Day, Thos.;(2) ; David
sou, M. T. (2); Donavan, T. 11.;
Downer, Jas. ; Flynn, Barney; Gree
ley, Herman , Green, C. A. Horgre
ares, Edd ; Jones, Willie K. (2); Ma
son, W. C. (2); McAllister, W. D.
Mariani.Berandino; Monroe, Geo. II. ;
Morrill, Ira; Mosber, W. N. ; Moore,
W. A. ; McDonald, Cbas. ; McCarthy,
H. C. ; McEwen, Hugh; Nelson, J. D. ;
Noble, A. E. ; Oldridge, W. T. ; Otto
son, C. ; Powell, Dave; Pinkall,;Emil ;
PIT ffer, Jas. ; Russell, H. M. ; Rokuta,
Mr. T. j Smith, A. P. ; Shields, Wm. ;
hchrie, V. L. ; Simpson, J. C. ; Size
love, Wm. M. ; Tanalee, Wm. U. ;
'lack Loo; Tingley, A. 11.(2); Watls,
Arthur; Welch, R. M. ; Wilder, J. P. ;
White, G. O.
Wm. M. Yates, P. M.
Deep Snow in Mountains.
"There'll be no complaint as to
scarcity of water this year," says
Chief Fciest Ranger M. J. Andersen,
who bas'jntt returned from tbe moun
tains. "1 lave been traveling ovei
t he mountains constantly for four
n...i Lnou- ulnnk rnnditions DrtV-
ious to that time, and tbe anion nt of
s- ow this jear is unpreceatnieu. v...
the Hiuiuiit of the Cascades, where in
otl er years at this statcn the mow
i .ii ;cnlurcrl it. unw lies teven
or eight feet deep on tbe level mid in
placce bas drifted to a depth of Utn-
Mr. Anderson fays that the deepest
Rnow is between the east fork of Hood
river and White river, on wbat is
known as Badger Kioge.-mrui"n--
It was not an undertaker but a
r rioter's devil who was going mruUl.
I. :., "nakinff 0D
ills , .-.
forms. The paper was late and tbe
bov ot the galleys uiueu.
part of the obituary notice of a pecuii
ous citizen bad been .mP?d J tb
forms, and the next handful of type
bearers loweVd 'the body - to the
crave aim 1 " "
flames there were few if any regrets,
for the old wreck had been an eyesore
in the town for years. Of course
:.. j:i.jl Inoa hut that was
there was iiiumu..-. -
hv insurance." Tbe
widow thinks the editor wroti . tbe
. .. hananM the lament-
edD 'a dither J .""
c If. . a o.iKortntinn.
Varions DBDAFB t ttrmi0K1.11 1 f Via Ann n .
try are taking the annouuocd inten
tion of a big mail oiderfli m of Cbioa
go to retire from business as tbe text
of articles again calling the attention
of the people to tbe fully of sending
.udh u.uuey away irom home instead
of patronizing lcai institutions. Tbe
suggestions made are good and timely.
The business interests of do town
cau be built up unless the people are
loyal to homo institutions.
The statement that the bead of the
Arm, a poor b-y 15 years ago, bas
made several millions out of bis mail
order business gives some idea of tbe
vast number of customers throughout
tbe country who have been sending
money to Chicago which ought to be
spent at home. Five million dollars
a month is said to represent tbe firm's
business at the present time, and lo
cal busiuess is the loser by just that
much. Cheaper prices and tbe handl
ing of man; articles not on tbe shelves
of tbe home merchant are given as the
reason by many people lor sending
away for what they want. But if tbay
continue this practice wbat induce
ment is there for the enlargement of
Some rejoioiug bas been indulged In
that tbe members of this particular
Arm have decided to tetire. savs tbe
Spokane Chronicle, the m'staken idea
prevailing that tbis means that tbe
establishment is going out of business.
ice nrm is simply about to sell out
to a syndicate representing a capital
of 40,U00,UO0 aud the busiuess will go
on as usual. Tbeie will be just as
much reason as ever for advising peo
ple to disregard the tempting cata
logues sent out. and to eucouraue
He ".Sasse.l" a Pattxenirer.
A fhemaii on the O. R. k N. who
talked in an abusive manner to a pas
senger who started an aruument about
delays to trains, has been discharged
from the servioe, says the Hast Ore
Oiegonian. One of the most importaut
rules in the O. R. & N. book of disci
pline is that emp'oyes must be cour
teous and obliging toward the public
aud shall not quarrel not abuse any
one, no matter wbat the provocation.
Quarreling among employes is also
subject to severe discipline.
: Bad BIckkL
- you can not make sweet batter hi
foul, unclean churn. The stomach serves
as a burn in which to agitate, work up
and dlsiategrata our' food as H is being
digested. If It be weak, sluggish and
foul thtf'resuft wlirbe-torpld, sluggish
liver and bad. Impure blood.
The ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery are Just such as best
serve to correct and cure all such de
rangements. It is made up without
drop of alcohol In Its composition; chem
ically pure, triple-refined glycerine being
used instead of the commonly employed
alcohol. Now this glycerine is of itself a
valuable medicine, instead of a deleteri
ous agent like alcohol, especially In the
cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia and the
various forms of indigestion. Vrof. Finley
Elllngwood, M. I)., of Bennett Medical
College, Chicago, says of it:
"In dytmusia It serves an excellent pur
poae. It is one of the best manufact
ured products of the present time In 1M
action upon enfeebled, disordered Mlomachs:
especially If there is ulceration or catarrhal
Vastrltla (catarrhal lnflaoiuialiunof KWniach),
it Is a most efficient preparation, tilycertue
will relieve many oaten of pyrosis (heartburn)
and excessive gastric acidity. It is useful In
chronic Intestinal dyspepsia, especially the
flatulent variety, and in eertaiu forms of
chronic, constipation, stimulating the secre
tory and excretory functions of the intestinal
When combined. In Just the right propor
tions, with Uolden Seal root, Stone root,
Black Cherrybark, Queen's root, lliood
root and Mandrake root, or the extracts of
these, as in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, there can be no doubt of its
f;reat efficacy in the cure of all stomach,
Iverand Intestinal disorders and derange
ments. These several ingredients have
the strongest endorsement in all such
cases of such eminent medical leaders aa
Prof. R Hartholow. M. D.. of Jefferson Med
ical College, Chicago: Prof. Hobart A. Hare.
M. D., of Medical department, University of
Pa.: Prof. Laurence Johnson. M, I., Medical
Department, University of New York: Prof.
Edwin M. Rale, M. D., Hahnemann Medical
College.Chlcago; Prof. John M. Scudder. M. D.
and Prof. John King. M. IV. Authors of tbe
American Dispensatory, and scores of others
among the leading medical men of our land.
Who can doubt the curative virtues of
a medicine the ingredients of which hava
such a pnfiMUMl endorsement?
Constipation cured by Doctor I'lerce'a
Pleasant Pellets. One or two a dose.
bo YOtr nniODni
To advertise our stamped Cornet
Covers we will send to any ad
dress this handsome CORSET
COVER, stamped In extra qual
ity French cambrlo, with "Jft
to emoroiaer, ail ej
889 WaaUnrtoa Wt, FortLaiuJ, Os
FOPEST GROVE, OREGON.
A HIGH-GRADE COLLEGE WITH
Beautifully located twenty-six miles
Full regular college courses.
Academy gives stron r preparatory and
Hign Schix l courses.
Conservatory 01 A, i.s.c and School of
Art, with super. or instructors.
Business branches taught
Gymnasium and Field Athletics under
a Physical Director.
Library of 13,uhi Volumes.
Healthful social life: religious influences.
All student enterprises active.
THC SCHOOL THAT STNDS FOR THE
BEST IN EDUCATION
WRITE FCR CATALOGUE
The greatest comfort, maximum
of safety, least delay and fastest
schedules are assured by travel
ing over the Chicago & North
Western Railway and its connect
ing lines to Chicago via Omaha
or via St. Paul and Minneapolis.
This is the route of The Overland
Limited and of The Atlantic
Express daily trains, with direct
through service from Portland
Direct connection at St Paul
and Minneapolis with four mag
nificent daily trains to Chicago.
All agents aell tickets via this line.
Pof laffthtt UlorMttoa apply le
nt. a. sax.
TRaOE-M ARK PTOnilftlr la
uuiurirt, or no Cm. W obtaia PATENTS
THAT PAT, edvitiUiaoceiigiy,aol
eipmw and kelp yoa to Wlnnam
Sand muM. pUUorcilcl for rait report
on patantablHtr. yean prarUro. SUR
PASS! NO aCTCRENCIS. For rrea )
h--k on rronuutfe I'aUMU writ to
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vtAovnifiwiun, u. c
Ait Alaruiin; Situation
frequently results from neglect ot clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until consti
pation becomes chronic. This condi
tion is unknown to those who use Dr.
King's New Life Pills; tbe best and gen
tlest regulators of Btomach and Powels,
Guaranteed by Chas. N. Clarke drug
gist. Price 25c.
Nature's Wondrous Handiwork
Through Utah and Colorado
CatU'(iute, Canon o' the Grand,
Block Ch'h.-i, Mar-ball and Ten
nessee Pa:-es, and the World
Famous Hi, a I liorge.
For descriptive and tlluMrated pampb
leu, write to
W. C. McBRlDE, General Agent
fc!4 Tlilril street, PORTLAND, OR.
Arrival and Departure or Mails.
The poHtuflli-e isnprn daily between 8 a. ni.
and 7 r. in.-. Sunday I roe 2toloclock. Mailt,
for the Kt (done at 11. A i. in., 8.10 p. in. and
n in.; fur I lie Went, ut 30 p. m. aud p. m.
The carrier n R. K. 1. route No. I and t
leave the iKMtnrtlee al K.;J a. in. Mall leave
For Ml. Mood, dally at 11 in.; arrive lO.ati
For Underwood, Wah., dlly,;except Sun
dav, al 12 in., arrive at li a. m.
For While Halmim, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives at 11 a. iu.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. ni.; arrives at
t p. in.
For Hunnm, Trout Lake and Ouler, Wash.,
dally at 7..1) a. in.; arrives b p. in.
For Ulenwood, Fulda and Ullmer, Wash..,
daily at 1.30 a. m.; arrives at S p. m.
For I'lne Flat and Hnowden, Waah., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives name
day at 12 in.
F'or liinsen, dally at 4.45 p. m.; arrives at
.45 a. ni.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Ohlcaco Hpeclal, ll:4r a. m.
No. 4. HDokane Fiver. 8:.'15 p. in.
Mail and biure, 10:42 p. m.
No. 8, 1U::h a. in
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. m.
No. 22. Faat Frelgbl, 4:06 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Hpeclal, 2:35 p. m.
No. 8, Portland F'lyer, b:SH a. it).
No. 8, Mall and Eipre, 4:4S! a. m.
No. 7, 3:40 p. m. No mail.
No. 23, Way Freight, :i! a. m.
No, 66, Faat Freight, 1.-U6 p. m,
Union Depot Leave. Arrive.
Chicago-Port land Special for
the Kat via Huntington, dally :30 am KK) pro
Hpokuue Flyer for Kutern
Washliigtsn. Walla Walla,
Lewltuii, I 'oeur d'Aleneand
Ureal Northern pnlut. daily 8:16 pm 8K) am
AtlHntleEipre forthe Kat
via Huntington, dally 8:15 pm 7:16 am
Portlaud-HigK local, for all
point between Hlgga and
Portland, dally 8:15 am tK)0pin
aiio Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Thronffh Pullman standard and tourist
leeplnr er dHliy to Omnhn. Chicago, 8no
kne: tnnrint aleeninr earn dttlly to KanHae
nty; through Pullmnn touriKt Hleeping ear
rnernnnftally condneted) weekly to Chicago.
Rerllning chair car (neats free) to tbe Kat
FUR ASTORIA and So P. M.,6:ll0 p. M
way itolnt. connectlniei Oatly
with ateainer for II n ncept
and North Heaeh titmrn-i Hunday,
er Haaxxlo, Ah atreet Hatorday.
dock (rtr per.) IIOiA) P. M.
FOR liayton, Oregon
City and Yamhill Rlv
er pointa. Aah atreet
dock (water per.)
7.-0B A. M
7:30 P. M
FOR LEW 18 TON, 1:40 A. M. 4.-00 P. M
Idaho, and way points,
from Hlparla, Waah.
Frelrlil limine . in. to 12 noon: 1 to t d.
m. No fieighl reueived or delivered after 6
Paaseuger Depot-Hour for delivery of ex,
preMaud baggage will be 8 a. m. till 8 p. m.
A. L. CRAIG,
Oeneral Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
H. W. BOYLE, Agent, Uood River.
White Salmon-Hood River J
Two-big -sail boatv-two
big ' porfoctiy af gaKliii
launches'arid two big ferry
scows.-Export K.iilors. . ii).
charge. I?oats loavo at all
hours! DKlvN-tfe' PKAKSOX
; Idoetiaed Ferrymen,
W' v .,
Wood For Sale v
All Kinds n.t Lowest
Prompt delivery, phoue. Murray Kaj.
Best line of Cigars in
Also handle line of
Pipes, Tobaccos and
Leave Hood River 8.30 a. m. Leave Dee 4:30 p. m.
On June 10th, and each Sunday there
after, Mount Hood Railroad will run an
Excursion Train between Hood Rver
A more pleasant trip than
a few hours ride through the
Beautiful Hood River Valley
cannot be taken and the
Fishing in immediate
vicinity of Dee is unsur
passed. Round Trip $1 Round Trip $1
Tickets on Sale at Office, Mount Hood Hotel,
Wall Paper Co.
Have added a complete line of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES.
HEATH & MILL1GAN MIXED PAINTS.
Our stock of paper includes latest designs in Blanks, (Jilts
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, l'nper hanging, Sign work etc.
Thoiie G71. First and Oak Streets.
J. R. NICKLESEN
Mccormick & deering
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
THE DALLES NURSERIES
H. II. WKl'.KK, Prop:
THE DALLES. OREGON.
OHOWKR AND DKAl.KR IN .... uliii oJ .
FRUIT, SHADE THCCC GRAPE VINES
AND I lrr AX1V
ORNAMENTAL 1 1-1- SMALL FRUITS
Evergreens, Roses and Shrubbery.
Remember, Our Trees are Grown Strictly Without Irrigation.
Houses and Lots
Cheap for Cash or on
your own terms.
Now is the Time to Buy.
Phone Farmers 1233.
H. C. COE.
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumber and Cedar Posts
Free Delivery. Phone 931
HOOD RIVER, OR.
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS,
a T. RAWSOH.
F. H. BTANTOM
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
W desire to let our friends and patrons know
that for the fall planting we will hare and can sup
ply in any number
Cherry, Pcar,Apricot,Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all the standard rarieties of apple trees. Can
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitien
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWS0N & STANTON, Hood River. Or.
NEW SPRING STYLES
allS 50c, 60c 75c $1.00, $1.50
Mount Hood Brand
A L. CARMICHAEL
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
..Mount Hood Store.
W. S. GRIBBLE, Proprietor.
Dry Goods Ammunition Roots ami Shoes
Hay Grain Flour Teed Full line of Groceries
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
We have just received a car load of
Direct from the factory. We are wiling it at wholesale
prices. We can save you money. Also have a full line of
fittings and the largest stock of garden hose in the city.
NORTON & SMITH
A First-Class House
Moderate Rates Good Service
Farmer's Dinner 25 cts
P. F. FOUXS,
Hood River Prop,
pwed Dim UVO jwui --r