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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JUNE, 28 1906
E. A. Watts retimed to Portlaud on
Wednesday last Hfter spending several
weeks with hi uncle, Jirayford at the
Koekfod otore. JC A. is a potty ood
boy with a team, knows how to liundle
the lines and cack the whip
The writer paid a visit to the home'
of 1''. W. Aliens and found flank tlat
on his hack iu bed, but bright and
cheorfull and expects to be up and
around again pretty booh. You would
birdly know K W. now for be has
(frown S3 much hair on his fare that
it vory much changes his appearance,
but when you talk with him you sure
ly know that it is I' W. and you see
that it is Easau and not Jaooh.
We made a trip to the (ireen Point
mill and logging camp last week and
found men very busy building more
flume, as it is lljn intention of the
company to extend the log Hume a few
miles. The donkey eugiues were
pulling and screeching their whistles,
cahlus stretched out for some distance
hauling in logs and dumping thera in
the flume. When 1 looked at those
giants of the forest and see with what
rapidity these master logs are moved,
1 believe that by a soeclal effort a log
can be cut, delivered to the saw mill,
sent down the flume to the planer
and be ready dressed Into flue lumber
and be for building purposes all In
Of comae the lumber would not he
very dry. Mark Davenport is quite
an expei t at building flumes aud gut
ting logs to the mill at a very small
cost per thousand.
lialph Jarves was a caller at the
Kockford last Friday.
"Say, lirayfoid, my mule is feeling
pretty poor, daro It, tnluk He must
Lave the itch. What have you got
that will fix him up?" Ho Ralph got
some good condition powders and the
next time I see the mule 1 suppose he
will be slick aud fat.
It does not take a very small man
to be little, for some are very small
la their actions, ibese kind of men
think they have a right to know it all
and are ao persistent in their ways
that they only do right whoa oompell
ed to by law. They do some things
they ought not to do and leave un
done some things they ought to he
made to do. They feel so mean and
do just as mean as tboy feol and so
become such a steuoh In the commu
nity that their old friends go back oo
theiu. It would be well for tbeui to
repent and mead their ways.
One of the prettiest of home wed
dings was that which oooured bundiiy,
June '24, at the home of Mr, aud Mrs.
(1. W. Lalferty, when tboir daughter,
Edltb, and Edwin Anders were united
in marriage, Kev. Uilmore officiating.
The bride was attired in a beautiful
dress of white cloth, woven fioin pine
apple fiber, made over white silk, a
gift from the bride's brother, who
resides in the Philippines. Hue was
accompanied by her sister, Iiertha, as
bridesmaid, also attired iu white.
Everett Lalferty, a brothei of the
bride, aoted as best man. The wed
ding march was played by Elmer Luf
ferty, also a brother of the bride.
After the ceremony and congratula
tions the guests partook of a delicious
luncheon. Only the relations of the
bride were present. Jlauy beautiful
aud valuable presents attest the es
teem in whioh the young people are
hold. Edltb Lalferty was bom near
LuUraude and resided there with her
parents until almost five years ago,
when they oame to Hood Kiver vHjley
to make theii home. Klio graduated
from the Idaho Industrial lustitute at
the close of the eohool year, this
mouth. She Is an accomplished mu
sician and by her lovable ways has
made many frleuds, who uuite in
winning lor her happiness, prosperity
and all the blessings of life. Edwin
Anders was born iu Urumly county,
Illinois, and most of his lite lias been
spout in that state on his father's
farm wheu he was not away in school.
He Is a graduate of the University of
Illinois, having attained the degree of
A. 11. lie is a captain in the Illinois
National Guard. He oame west last
July to Woisor, Idaho, aud was priu
oipal of the boys' department in the
I. 1. I. He Is a young man who has
made many friends while here and
who congratulate him. The young
oouole expect to remain here a short
time before going to Cbiocgo. w here
Mr. Anders oxpects to enter tl Chi
cago University and t"l i c- tirso in
law working for a J. I) i J nr. it Doc
tor) degree. The Left uUln-i of a
host of friends will follow them to
their new home.
Sunday, June 21, most of Hioko who
were at Sunday bcuonl took their flas
kets and went lo the home of Troy
Shelley, wbeie a batiket meeting was
hold. A bountiful dinner was scrvon
in the sha le of the trees and all en
joyed the day and hope tint more
meetings like this may lie lulu soon
Wednesday, Juue 'It), was the iloth an
niversary of the marriage of Kev. and
Mrs. Shelley and Sunday, Juue 24,
was the birthday of Mrs Ouy Tal-
mage and this made the day a sort of
joint celebration of those events.
Many of the people of UdelJ went
to Mt. Hood Sunday to tea the hall
game aud for a day's outing. The
hall game resulted iu a score of 0 to 3
in favor of Mt. Hood, it is said to
bate been a well played game. Henry
Sevirkropp acted as umpire.
Margie Crockett has been very s i k
but is thought to he improving. Wo
hone she may soon recover. Clara
Crockett enme home Saturdy,
iKinm the Kiilerprlw.)
Miss lielle Wolfard departed Satnr
day for Vancouver when she will
visit for a sort time among friends,
li. Field l.a i. reived the appoint
went to the office of justice of the
peaoe of White Salmon precinct aud
yesterday duly qualillud and entered
upon the duties of the olllce. The
appointment was made by the ucaid
of county commissioners at a special
Miss Grace M Cook, of Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, is visiting Mr. aud
The White Salmon Valley liank will
get into tboir new building iu about
another week. They will have ou at
tractive aud substantial home in the
handsome concrete buildiu'r they have
George Purser is working up quite
a business in the concrete chimney
business, but he is handicapped, in
common with all concrete industries
ou the coast, by a shortness of the
supply of cement.
Fred Peck is putting up a neat res
idence on the south side of that part
of Jewett avenue which extends into
the Lnuteibacb place. One room of
the residence is to be used as head
quarters of the Telephone Company.
Two neat new cottages are being
erected at the Jewett home. One is a
soveu room building of native stone
with bath, fire place and all the mod
ern improvements. The other Is also
a seven room cottage built of logs aud
i also equipped with batb aud (lie
place. Mr. Jowett is keeping close
account of the cost of each and be
lieves now that the cost, when com
pleted will be about the same, but be
considers tho stone cottage by fai the
more substantial or the two. If he
lemouBtrates that a tone building
can !e erectid as clea ly as one made
of Ii.im we shall expect to son n uuin-
ber of stone buildings erected here iu
tho near future.
The new church organ has I eon t-
dorod aud may auive in time for ion
services Sunday. Miss Henderson
has been down to Portlaud several
days and purchased the instrument
ou the recomuudatiou of the oigauist
of the Taylor M. E. church, il is a
new 9150 organ but tint church people
Biiooi e led.ln getting t e pro reduced
to 9li. llf Uiis amoi.nt VoU has Icon
paid and the remainder is to bo paid
u two lustMlmeiiU of w'.l each in
four and eight, ironths, The instru
ment has iieeu badly needed for a
long time as the old one had served
its time. It bus done faithful work
for a long time tut now the cougt ora
tion has outgrown it and it mutt
give way to a more up to date iutlru
meut. F. W. llulsigor has been voty busy
this week taking the census of the
school children of this district, he
being the school clerk. He will find
more children this year than lust not
withstanding the curious fact that
several families with children hiivo
moved away and their places taken
by people without children. But for
this the face census would show a
Pisople out at the saw mill have or
ganized a Sunday rcbool which is
held every Sunday at 10 a. m. in the
Orosbong school house. They cordial
ly invito all who desire to do so to at
tend the school. They also invite any
Christian minister, whether stationed
here nr passing through tbe country,
who finds himself with a leisure Sun
day at his disposal, to'oome and
preach to tbnui.
A. II. Jewett ha been having a
streak of bad luck with bis horses
lately, wbirh, if it keeps up very Jong
will leave him without a team. The
lira accident happened one night last
week wheu one of bis horses was
staked out too near the creek and fell
djwnl tbe bank, got her bead In tbe
cieek under a root and was drowned.
Then last Sunday his riding pony
was nut feeding on the Dili side re
ceived a stray bullet in its fore leg
from wbicb it may never recovei, as
it is In a joint. And lastly, a tbree
5oar old colt was kicked iu the breast
ami has a swelling large as a man's
bat. Truly troubles came In flocks
for our friend Jewett.
Iiev. Kolb, of Hood Kiver, who is
of the Luthern faith, delivered a well
received sermon in the Baptist church
ou Sunday morning.
J. N. Donney baa sold his land ly
iug along Mosier Creek, one mile
from town, for the tidy sum of 11,200.
Mr. Will Stevenson was a passenger
on Wednesday's train for Hood
Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Phillips oame
up from Portland on Monday of last
wook, Mr. Phillips returned on Sat
urday, leaving Mrs. Phillips and chil
dren to 'spend the summer with her
sister, Miss J). Mosier.
Mr. M. Craft disposed of a portion
of his land lying about a mile east of
town, for $125 per aore.
Mrs. lielle Dootb and daughters, of
Walla Walla, have moved to Mosier.
Mrs. Dootb has assumed the manage
ment of the Mosier Trading Co. mer
cantile business, of wbiob she is pro
prietress. There is little doubt but that Mo
sier will soon be supplied with a com
plete telephone system. Tbe Pacific
States telephone agent made a tour
through Mosier and vicinity during
Ia4 week for the purpose of ascertain
ing tbe feasibility of placing the sys
tem in reach of all those who might;
desire the telopboue service. The
agent reports having closed contract?
for more than sulllcient lo cover ex
penses, and to those iu town be prom
isod au early completion of the Hue.
Mr. M. ('rait was a passenger for
Portlaud hot we Ic.
Mr aud Mrs. Jas Carroll are vis
itors in tho n.' tropolis.
Mrs. George Korden, of Hood
Khar, spent Saturday and Sunday
visiting relatives aud friends in Mo
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McGregor left
for Portlaud last week. Mrs. Mo
(Iregor expects to bo absent for a few
Misses Edna Hoot, Agues aud Irma
Ph ill iiis were visitors iu The Dalles
Tho Methodist Sunday school pic
nic, whioh was given ou Friday was a
pleasant occasion to botb old and
joung. Gaines and tho usual good
lunch weie the featmes cf the occa
On Thuisday of last week Mrs. El
mer Hunt escaped what might have re
sulted iu u very serious accident.
After having gotten into her buggy
with her little ton, Mrs. Koot dis
covered that one of the traces had be
come unlinked, but the discovery was
made too late to avert a run-away, for
at this point the team became fright
ened and begun to run. In some un
accountable manner Mrs. Koot sue
codeod in freeing herself and son
safely from the flying vehicle and stir
rendered tho team to a free rein. As
a result, it was not until a total wreck
of harness, with some damage to tho
carriage, was accomplished, that the
team was brought under ooutrol.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stewart and Mas
ter Will vis ted Ho d Kiver on Moi -day,
They were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Rowland.
Y)tf4-fn4r Han t4-l r Ft! - f r U
Sanitary oda Water
Drawn from our 20th Century Soda Fountain and nerved with the BKST White
iioverice tream tyriins in Merilizod "lass containers on ice m plain siirlit
No Corrosion, No Germs, Delicious, Healthful
Coimo in, Xocrt axd. Too cfreclcd.
Give us your Drug orders, so while enjoying your sodas
your medicines will be dispensed in a satisfactroy manner
0 HEIR CAS$
No More Watch Worries
IF YOU HAVE A
LA R AWAY
BUY YOUR WATCH OF
THE WATCH MAKERS
Do you like your fhin, rough,
short hair? Of course you
don't. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
course you do. Then why
not be pleased? Ayer'sHair
Vigor makes beautiful heads
of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
" I have need Ayer'e Hair Vigor far s Ions
time. It U. Indeed. a wonderful lie.tr toiitfl,
reitorliiK health to the hair and icalp. and. at
the aauia time, proving a tplnnrild dreiilnK."
JJU. J. W. TA iTa, Madlll. Inf. T.
I! We bottle.
1. O. 1TIH CO.,
Mrs. Jas. Brown, of The Dalles, was
in Mosier last week meeting a few of
her many friends.
Will Uraham, of Hood River, vis
ited his mother, Mrs. Chas. Uraham
Previous to his departure for Alas
ka, Mr. Kay Sturgesg, of Portland.
made a flying trip to Mosier for tbe
purpose of bidding farewell to his par
ents, Mr. aud Mis. N. P. Uturgess.
Mr. Alex Stewart is having neat
and commodious annex fitted up into
whioh he expresses big intention of
moving the post and telephone offices.
No one fails to appreciate this valu
able Improvement and waile Mosier
Is yet in her infauoy she is not slow
nor behind tbe times, but through
tbe enthusiasm of her enterprising
promoters, we are at present quite up
to-date, with yet great things to look
forward to In tbe future.
Mrs. Dinulok, ofJVanoouver, came
op to spend the summer with her
brother, Mr. Qeorge Chamberlain, at
bis mill on tbe mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. MoClur were
passengers on Thursday's train for
Miss Anna Phillips who has been
making her home in The Dalles fur
several years, is home on a visit to
her father, Q. J. Phillips.
Miss Mary Middleswart was tbe
guest of Miss Kdna Koot Thursday
night. Miss fcdua expects to go to
j. no Danes ana remain for eevural
Mrs. Middleswart is slowly gaiuing
in neaun under me treatment of a
specialist in Portland.
Mrs. Elmer Koot Is nursing a verv
sore band from a needle breaking off
in the llHshy part of tbe band. The
doctor probed fur it but was unable
to 11 nd the piece, hut it worked nut
afterwards thicv gh the wound. The
hand is improving nicely.
'The n o.)iil Imnl and continuous
raina rendered coiiHideiable bav un
salable for Wm. Johnson.
Amns" 'Bitot is shipping cherries.
Tbe crop is very light, but cherries
are flue. .
Special to Ulaolor.
The lain has ceased, h ine weatlii r
now and soon will begin the harvest
lug of the splendid hay crop, for
which Trout Lake is famous, and tbe
1-mlt Wnitoiis will soon be wending
their way to Trout Lake to enjoy the
outlining anil eatiug of some of the
trout that Mr. Waters, of White Sal
mon, has lioen pluiitiug here the last
the years, of which many are being
taken. Uue taken last week measured
llfginohes iu length, a Scotch trout,
Mr. Hardin, of Sherman county,
Oregon, who belongs to the Willow
brigade, caught one that weighed 2
pounds uad 4. ounces.
One man and his son from Tbe
Dalles, caught nearly one hundred iu
the afternoon tor tbree days In sue
coshIou. Mr,. Waters is so near blind
he can't fish with f he flies, but usos
bait and 41 is the most he claims for
Contract In Alkali for 85 ai d SO Cents
That tbe alkali beds of eastern Ore
gon'are of commercial value is shown
by tbe fact that agents are again in
the field iu this county for the pur.
pose of 'contracting for the same.
Duriug the past week L. S. Thomas,
of Buffalo, who was hero several
months ago, has been iu the field
again and has made numerous con
Uudei the terms of tbe contracts
entered iuto between Mr. Thomas
and the land owners the former te
cum the right to tbe alkali beds at
prices varying from 25 to 50 cents per
ton. The latter price is paid for beds
lying close to tbe railroad points,
while lt'HH is glveu for the outlying
beds, lhe coutiact holds for JO years,
In his woik iu this county Mr,
Thomas has had the service of William
Rutin, who has diiveu over the coun
try with him and has made many coo
tracts himself. East Oregonian.
Now that we are all looking forward to the grand and
glorious Fourth, we will have to have something to
wear for the occasion. R. B. Bragg & Co. from now
until after the Fourth will make special prices for the
occasion, which will enable all to make their purchases
of reliable goods at a very great saving
LadieS' and Children's Low Shoes
Ladies' mid Misses' white canvas
Ladies' white kid low shoes.
Also a good line of low shoes in Black. Gunmetal and
Vici Kid for Ladies, Misses and Children for $1.25 up
Summer Dress Goods
For ladies, price Special extraordinary.
Must see theni to appreciate tho low
prices we are putting on them.
While all our compeditors are making
frantic efforts to make tho public bo-
lieve they are selling goods cheap their
prices are far above ours, and our
special prices are rare bargains.
For ladies and children, not the cheap
trashy kind that is dear at any price
but nice well-made garments that have
fit and finish to them,
Let l'g Do Your Wood Work
We do all kinds of carpenter and cabi
net work, llread board, ironing lioards,
clothes lucks, camp chairs, tent polef,
screen doors, window screens, screen
safes, kitchen cabinets, furniture, etc.,
made as you want theiu. Remember
wo do all kinds of repair work in wood
or metal. Dodge & Keid. Phone t51.
Hhop next door fo Kodgera' gallery.
Have for the coming mason's plant
ing a few thousand choice New towns
pitzentmrg and a few other leading
varieties for noleimers. Cherry, pear,
and peach of the leading varieties
adapted to this locality. All buds and
scions nsed ill pmpogating carefully
selecteil from vtgorons, proline trees.
Past seasons have been unable to supply
the demand and our stock for this sea
son is limited. Would therefore sug
gest you lilo your orders at an early date
to get choice stock. H. S. tiallisjan.
Plume farmers o-l'J.
How to Break np a Cold.
It iiuv lnj a surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold can be completely
broken up in one or two davs' time.
The first symptons of a cold are a dry,
loud coiihIi, a protuse watery uiscnarRe
from the nose, and a thin, white coat-
Inp on the tongue. When Chamber
lain's couch remedy is taken every hour
on the first appearance of these symp
toms, it counteracts- the effect of the
cold and restores the system to a
lealthv condition within a day or two.
Rare bargains that
Men, Something New
you cannot afford
to overlook for they are especially
good values at our regular price of
f. ."). -if 1. 00 and 5.00 and at this
side $2.85, $3.20 find $4.00 per pair
Ask tu see our Drab colored canvas
Oxfords. They are ft pretty shoe and
moderate in price.
BEvST GOODS FOR LEAST MONEY
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 si ways ready to cheerfully furnish any information desired.
HOOD RIVER FRUIT GROWERS UNION
E. H, SHEPARD. Manage.
Remember. The Union is iri existence for the benefit of the Fruit Grower.
10 acres of very early
strawberry and fruit land,
with a southern slope,-1
miles from White Salmon, 1
mile from dock; plenty of
wator; 4 acres cleared. It's
a great bargain for flrtoO,
Wo have other bargains.
White Salmon Land Co.,
White Salmon, Wash.
Mount Hood Railroad Co.
New List of
Real Estate Bargains
,r. J. Baker & Co offer the following
flood proposition In real estate thia
12 acres. Between 25 ami 3(1 acres
cleared; 12 acres in tearing orcharil, 15
in Btrawlrrie8 and clover. House and
barn. This in a good by. l'rico for a
liort time, $3500.
30 acres 5 miles out. 25 acres cleared,
20 in orchard 5 of which is in full hear
ing; standard varieties. Price, f'.KXH).
70 acres 4 miles out. 45 acres cleared,
16 in orchard, 12 in full bearing, 12 ac es
meadow land. All ne essary building
on place. Price per acre, 2(t0.
80 acres lit miles out. Unininroved.
No waste land. Price, ?40 per acre. I
120 acres 6j miles out. All necessary
buildings, good well and fprinirnoii!
place. This is an unusually good Imv. '
Small orchard and all kinds of small
fruit; 45 acres cleared. Price per acre, !
$(10; terms to suit purchaser. I
We call soeclal attention to one 10
acre tract, all cleared: about two miles-
from town. Price, $1250.
We have a number of 5,10 and .0
acre tracts that are banrains. Some
good propositions in regard to omd
from the Mount Hood district.
and see ua about it. Also land in Mo
sler, White Salmon and Bingen.
Have in their New
Harness shop a
largo line of
Whips, Tents, Axel
Greace and Harness Oil
We would like for you to
come and examine our har
ness repair work which is
quickly attended to.
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt Kales and ouick returns
Wholesale dealer in all kinds of Kirt
and Produce. Consignments solicited
12!t Front Sttree, Portland, Ore.
Ba"rGaTnS IN REAL ESTATE. "
A variety of i;ood residence property
ty at prices and terms to suit.
Oood buys for " K, irtiiH), $700, $S5i),
1,IH-I, $1,250, $1,300, 1,400. $1,5IH),
$!,"50, $l,S00 or any price you want.
Two-Mory house near high school for
H:flO leave ...
..'Hood Kiver .
8:M) Dukea alky
M Bloucher 4:5
: Wlnani ... 4A
S;.i Arrive Dee Leave 4:1
htrertlve May 2!. Orl. Humlay Eioentnt.
Me have fine alfalfa ranch in Pakeri Several l'ixm! residences close to bu-i-
Mnntv, another In Morrow; al prop-; nes for sale cluao.
erty. lu the Willamette valley to e- Fine two-story' residence with two
cnange lor Hood K ver realty. j lots, el,. nee location, only $2,400.
Houses and lots for rent or sale in ad
parts ol M.xxl Kiver. Collections made
insurance written in your choice of
m re companies.
40 acres. All under cultivation. Nice
laifte bouse, ordinary baru and two
ware house. 6 acres apples full liear
ing, standard varieties; also young
Newtown orchard. 20 acres irras.- 5
pasture; undef irrigation ditch.
DtfTb.il Is I
New two-8'orv house, six room lie.
sides pantry and' hath, only $'.00.
Whole blocks and acreage property for
sale in easy terms.
Kinest residence lots in the citv cheap.
Large list to select from, including
ttood orchard land and farm property.
Come and se us.
Onthanh 3 Otten
Hood River Oregon
or sale bv Kier and Cass.
J. A. WEST, Superluiendent
good buy at $l0,0o0. ,