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HOODRIVER GLACIER," THURSDAY, AUGU3T 9 1906
The Man who has Money to
Will not be interested in this, but the average man finds it necessary to make his
money buy as much as possible and webelievewillbeintercstedloknowthntwe have
100 men's Miits,' sizes .'M 1o 40, on whidi lie ran have fioin 4.(,0 to $S.('iO a mit.
Regular prices on these suits range from $10.00 to fslK.OO. We v ish to close, out
the entire lot before August 1st and are selling them for d k An , o A A
also have a good line of
Hen, Women and Children's Shoes
and STAPLE DRY GOODS which will stand comparison with goods offered
by other dealers, and the prices are below the reach of any competition. Hun
dreds of pleased customers attest the fact that we are not selling '-trash'' but good
servicable merchandise. Come in and secure some GENUINE BARGAINS
A First-Class House
Moderate Rates Good Service
Farmer's Dinner 25 cts
P. F. TOUTS,
Hood River Prop.
J. E. NICHOLS,
PURE CRYSTAL ft ) MM ft ASlH
DAVIDSON FRUIT COMPANY
' FUNERAL DIRECTOR
DELIVERY DATS: Mondays, Wednesdays
and Friday Mornings and Saturday
: ... Afternoons ; :
Order Direct from . Factory
' Phone Mam IVi .
UNDERWOOD TO HAVE
BIG SAWMILL NEAR IT
The unnuuoonient wan iiimle hint
wMk that a lare mill wan o be tmiJt
al mil.tu line If of Uuderwoorl Whhii,
ami f.hul tha mojectora of thin n
nntnrnriHA are l'orter lire, tho firm
who hag the oontraot for ooiiBtriiutiuK
tho North Hank road from Vancouver
to lue Dnlloa They hare Jinn twitou
tha niii-nliHMl (if tlHXI worth Of 1 1 111 lit r
In the vicinity of the niot where the
mill will he located with a utiptiliitlon
In the purohaHe claunes that the mill
will be completer! wiium yum.
M.mt nf the timber purchased in in
mull trnuta belonuinu to riiflhrn
and it in expected that the cutting oil
nf th timber will very miHurmiiv
BH8iat them In devolopliw their
rxnhni.a more rmiiillv. Purties who
have dlapoaed of their timber to Pur
tor Hrna tmv that the mill will hare i
nr 100.000 feet nei day. The
lumber will lie transported from the
mill hv Hume to llutlHlker'8 1'lHt,
miln mid A half below Uuderwood
km tdetrafik hag been Im'lt,
Mnnh nnn inntnre ha been iudulueii
in hv rutiliitii of the town an to the
mntlra for ooiiHtlllctinK the trunk
fur mm from Underwood, but it wah
iwit Irnrmn until lo.lnV that it WBB to
be made the shipping point of a new
Uealdeuti cf Underwood hare bean
nnxiously hoping that the railroad
company would ire them a utiitlon
or at leaat a tihlppiuu point there, but
no tar there In no indication that it
will do no. It in tmld that the hiKh
llifure ahked for land at Underwood,
u,Mh la aoiPBwhat limited. linn de
elded the railroad oompany to wiled
HuiiHlker'i sFlat as a nliiiiinK point
fnr the nniintrv back of it. Ho tar
t he mil lev of the new road toward r
fractory landowner has been one nl
where thev will not let the mountain
coma to Mahomet. Mahomet mutd
come to the mountain.
Permits to Ilnrn HIliljfH.
John II. Haimon. deputy Are ward
eu. Id! In receipt of p communication
from the acute tire wardeu, J. K.
Weltv. In iutmtauoe as follow: The
law lu regard to the use of apark ar
renter! on enulues. etc.. and the en
glues used in saw and shliiKle mi lit.
will be strictly euforoed this himmoii
And it any refuse or noKloitt to luntiill
spark arresters, after uotilloittlon by
vou. arrest and uroseoiitlon will fol
low. Mr. Welty further adds
tblnk it will be a good ( fr you
to publish a notice atating that you
will lie at the courthouse eHCb nut
urday to issue permits to burn ; and
It you are not there on that day they
can be obtained Irom tlie county, ami
itoi. And in every oase where you
issue a permit to bum, you should
Question the applicant as to the con
ditloni surrounding the slashing, etc.
Last year there was considerable coin
lalut among applicants to burn slash
iuus beoauae we did not permit them
to burn at any time they saw lit. If
we allow this the oli.it ot of the law
would be defeated. The adjoin ing
land owners must have notice of the
time of burning. If oouditlons are
such that thev cannot bum on the
dav aet a new permit should be is
sued. Where a person is clearing a
piece of laud and burning everything
he cuts as last as it is cut, etc., you
may give such parlies a continuous
permit, but the holder must agree
that he will allow nothing to uoouiiiii
late on the ground ami that ho will
burn all timber and brush as fast uv
it la out. "There are however, "
aays Mr. Hanson, "many in the
county who are ignorant of the law,
or, If they know of some such law,
bare no idea or couoeru in its provi
sions. Somehow they seem to tblnk
the law is not meant to be enforced.
The law is going to be cm ritnl out
and violatois will be brought in mid
prosecuted in the superior court.
(ioldeudale Agricultui 1st.
Orrgaii (i rent est Lumber Slat'1.
The forests of the upper Miimippl
valley, of tho Oreat Lakes region ami
of the Southern states have furnished
lumber for generations to tho treeless
Jiraiiles of the West ami the tlemnlcil
amis of the Kimt. lint the saw is
cutting deep into the lust of the tall
timber of the Ninth ami moiu and
more sunlight is being li t in upon
the Southland. Prices for northern
white pine ami southern yellow pine
hare risen in tho last few years by
leaps and bounds. The lumber dealer
ot the Kast hai turned his eyes to a
new source of supply. As a result,
Portland, Oregou, in the center of
the Oreat American Forest, has be
come the greatest lumber city in the
union, far out stripping Minni'iipoli
and Portland is but at tho thrctdioM
of its great industry. Oregon is t he
greatest lumber state in the union.
During the next generation, and so
far ns one may judge, for all time,
Portalud ia to hold its supremacy n
the largest sawmill city. The nation
si hunger for lumber grows year by
yoar, and Portland commands the
gite to the forest. Douald Macdon
aid In Sunset Magai.ue.
Hied From Excessive Drinking.
William Noonan, a laborer well
known about The Dalles, was found
dead there early last Thursday morn
ing. Noonan bad been di inking
heavily for some time and in com
pany with two companions laid down
on the beach to sleep. During the
night one of the men says he awoke
and taking a bottle out ottered bis
companion a drink and went over to
v'oonan to give biui a "nip." To bis
surprise he found Noonan a few feet
from him in a cramped condition,
dead. Tlin position of the body and
the disturbed I'otnlit ion of the sand,
showed Hint bo hud boen in great
ngony. The uiun called Marshal Sex
ton, who ciuiiH down with a horse and
belpod them to move the dead man to
the undertakeing parlors, where an
inquest was held.
Supposing death to have been
caused by the whiskey drank, care
ful questioning as to its eitcot on the
other men was made, but neither
seemed to have been a If ec ted by it.
It Is known that Noonan had uo
money and no cause nor Indication
of foul play was diecoveied.
So far as known the dead man nau
uo relatives living and his' remains
were buried the next day. The ver
diet of the coroner's jury was death
Thought lie Was a. Toreador.
Kspocial interest was excited by
the hearing of loin Itiggs which was
held in Justice Dontbit's court re
gently, ami resulted lu the young
man being bound over to the circuit
court In tho sum of $2X).
It wil be remomberod that liigga.
who was working at the NeabeCk
pbice, liftisou iiiiies from 'he city, on
the llth day of .July shot a bull belong
lug to Itichuid llrouklioiise. lie was
arrested and his trial set for this af
teruooii, District Attorney Menefeo
appearing for the (tale mid John On
vlii for the defense. Kvitlence foi
the prosecution was conclusive and
the result was that lliggs was com
pelted to put up '2Hl for his appear
ance at the next term of iho circuit
A coincidence in connection with
the arrest ot lliggs was the fuct Hint
he was a tiusteil larin tin ml of J. II.
Ilurpt r during bis fanning tluys, over
twenty veins ago, ami the im n had
not seen one another since until the
constable rcctmuizod in the inisouer a
former e iiploye. t'lironicle.
Double IVurlti Hank Track.
Iletween Vancouver, Wash., and
Cape Horn, a distance of 2f miles.
the .North. Hank road will be giten a
double track, llm same facilities
will also be provided between, ilover
and Kenuewiok, u lvl-milo stretch
along the upper river. Orders fur
the doulili' hacking ot these two
sections of the road have been issued
by James J. iliii. It will have the
disliuction of being the only double
tracked road in the Pauitlo Noitlr
The building of the additioiiHl
truck was decided upon in order It
eliminate the necessity of having so
many switches along the river. Whei
the grain shipping seasou is on in full
blast It Is beltl that It would be molt
economical to have a double track
than innumerable switches at ever
point where shipments will be re
ceived. Iloth tracks will lie built
and completed lit the same time.
Would Hell Tlieir Own Corpses.
Kokoino, ind., Aug -8 . Warren
(IreeiiHtreet a baker of this city, ami
Miss Maggie Dowuhour, it young lady
whose parents were once wealthy, to
day olfeietl their bodies to three well
known Kokoiuo physicians, saying
tl ey had agreed to sell thier bodies,
have a good time with the money re
al icd from tho sale, and then end it
all by comipilting suicide.
Iho had decided to use emoruform,
ami begged the physicians to buy
their btitlies. Tho (lectors refused to
buy, and tried to dissuade them from
their purpose, but failed to do so,
mid, in order to prevent them carry
ing the compact; into execution, In
formed the police, nil I the pair were
placed under survoilalioe.
Shut lliiiiiicir Through Foot.
Karl Hobards, a resilient of the hill
di t ritt, accidentally sh'it himself
through the foot last Friday evening.
Milliards mid another young man were
in the act of eifectlug a trade of re
volvers. Until of them thought that
they had withdrwn all the shells from
their lliearnis and were examining
them. In order to test the tiling lip
para'.iis of the revolver he happened
to have in his hand, Unbinds pointed
it liiwur.l the Moor anil pulled the
trigger. To the astonishment of him
self and his companion the gun ex
ploded ,the ball penetrating bis font
and lodging in the solo cf his shoe.
Hie wound while a painful one Is not
considered dangerous, ami It is ex
1 1 fled that ho will sutler any very
serious oonseiiuciices from the unfort
liiiyiiiiinil Orilvtay Acciilcatlv killed.
Kaynioutl Ordwny, the fourteen
year uhl step sou of Win. Kennedy, of
ne ir I'ine drove, while hunting last
Wednesday was accidentally killed.
Mi-t how the accitlc'it happened is
not known. Vouny Ordwny had been
hunting near his home with a cali
ber rule ami is thought to have been
on Ins wav borne w hen the unu was
c ci.leiitaily discharged,, the bullet !
nterieg the left eye and fpenetrat ing !
ini' 1 1 hi II. vtlicll omul liv Ins
ir.ithers a few minutes after the re
port of the lillo was beard be was un -
lesions and died two hours later.
lespite the effort of physicians who
Its I been hastily summoned to attend
The funeral was held from his late
residence Thursday evening, ltov. ,1.
1.. Ibushenr conducting the services.
The interment, which was in charge
of Undertaker Nichols, took place at
I'ine tirovo cemetery.
Iiltl ol Hi Iniine Suggestion. '
A lady trump the other morning
called on one ot the town baclielon
who lives i long the Wind llivnr Lum
ber comiiai y's mesF-h uso and asked
him if his. wile could let her have
s imo of hei old clothes. The bach
el ir told ber to wait a moment, and
then returned with a suit t bis own
regimentals. The lady looked stag
gered for a moment, but rei overed
almost at once. Drawing ber tat
tare I skirt about her, she drew ber
self up and said, as she turned away
"Sir, 1 reject join suit." So the
bach will still bach it. Optimist.
The intense iicbing characteristic, of
salt rheum and eczema is instantly
allayed by npplying (. Iiumlif riain
Salve. As a curt; fur skin disease Ibis
salve is uiiemiulvd. for sale by Keir &
For sale by Kmporlum. Twenty acret
on Methodist lane, four miles southwest
f ' om Hood Hiver, small house, some
land cleared. Only ifl'IKJO.
Mclluire I'.ros. make tlieir own leaf
lard under their own brand.
If you need screen doors, windov
screens or meat safes, don't forget K.
U. ("oe. Carpentering. Phone ft? 1.
GUAl! WAN'S S.M.K. .
IN TlIK ( 'Of N l V COI'ItT OK Ttl K HTATE
ortiUKtioN Kolt wAsuaJCtiUK'i'Y.
In tho Matter of the (hiarilliinshlp of VeriHe
Artkai Kiim-orn, a minor.
New tit Ihls tine1 fumes nu to Oh heard the
petition. of I'lillik I'.. Ulilteuru, Kiiardlan ol
me eiNa huh ewisie in venue Allien jiule
enrn. a minor, a.'klni; Ina! a lleense tu Issued
lu sulil uuanlllin to sell the tellowlnic de-
wrlheil iiiiiIh helueKiiig lo the estate ui'stild
miner, to wu: iieuiiium at 1 lie tiuuner see-
lum eoriier 01 KH'U) set al the llltersoetlon ol
the eehler line of llle Mount Hood and olhei
ennuiy romls on the north hoiindary of se!
II at la township t north oi rane liieust,
. M., vv usee i ;ouni y, megon, and riutnlnv
thence south up the renter ol stud t'ounly rtmd
along Ihe west line of liaves (livers laud Itl.'e
ehaias to I he sieil h west corner ol said invert
land and the point of beilinlni; of the lrite.1
herein eonveyed; Ihence east II r;l chain
alnlitf (lis south line of waul liivers laud lo
tla Inlei'M'ctluu ol the said south I lie Willi
the wckI line of John It. t'roshys land, and he.
iiik the Hiiiitneiisi corner olsaltl l uvcrs laud;
I iienee huh l li aloni; Ihe said wesl line of tliessio
t'roshy's laud I 111 chains to u point, lor tM
Miulheasl comer ol t lie tract hei-elu conveyed;
Ihence wesl parallel to Ihe north lineottht
tract herein ilescrihed ll.ti;t ehslns more or lets
to tilt; west hoiindary of stud halt section '7 In
the center ol said county road lor the kouIIi
west corner of Ihe hind herein conveyed;
llieuee norlh on mill half section line down
ihe fchti'i' of saltl county rottd i.li) chains
more or less to the point ot tit'irliuilng ami he
hiu the uotlliwt'st corner ol llle land llerel n
conveyed, eonlalulim li serf ol tan ; Itotindea
hortli hy Paves luvt-rs land, east hy land ol
John K. ( roshy, south hy the land formerly
ow ned by .1. W. Illack aufl now owned hj
llsille I'rocket and west hy salt) section line,
and helliK slllialc lu unit a pari ol I he north
west, (pairlcr of the istrlhtasl tilitrtcr 01
said sicllou Zt. together wltll one lit 1 11-
cin Inch of water lorever lo im taken oul
of Udell Cnik on the land of saitl Halite
I'rocket Hi tin iiiohI convenient poinl so as lo
can y ine same on i ite lushest ground possitiic
lor Irrlioitlnn ttl the lautl herein conveyed
wllh all necessary rlulil of way over stud llal
I'lockets land for the purpose ol opcraitiik
and liiallitalulUK U ullelj, eilital or llnniu loi
cam luu said it ater.
A n,l It appears to the satisfaction of the
court troiu sain peiuton unit It will lie lor the
la l Interests of said estalti thst saitl land hi
Hold accoidtiiK to tlie prayer ol saltl pctllioil.
Now, therelttre, lu Ihe name of the slate til
Orctfoii; ll ts hereby considered, ordered ami
atljiulnwl tint! Monday the iittl day ol 'August,
I'.Mi, Ht the leilir of leu o'clock A. M. of stllll
tlt.y, saltl day lieinu tint llrsl day of the rt'KU
Isr Atmusi term ot the iihovc cniitletl court in
Ihe tl'itusHctlou of proluilc htislncss, at lite
county caul room in lint counly court hottsi
in italics Illy, Wasco counly, Oregon,
tlxed as Uie time and ilac lor' hearing- saitl
petition alul all heirs al law unit next of kilt
of saitl Ycrdlc Artlell lllllicorn and all ht
Holts iltlcreslctl lu said eslate are hereby re
Mitred to iippcnr before such court Ht salt
lline alttl place to show cause, If hiiv liters be.
why a license should not tit1 urnn'teit for tin
Mule of the real esltile hereinbefore inetttlonetl
ami described as prayed lor In saltl petit! m.
1'iiletl Ihls'Jtuli day of June, hum.
A. K. LAKK,
m , ' 1 t .
I hold license from the it
State Board of Oregon '
ana Washington, and am
qualified to ship bodies
to any point. Prompt
erviee either day or
night Hearse furnished
on all occasions .
Pallor Phone Main 15131
Scbihier Building, .
Residence Main 1511
Hood River, Ore.
S. Commissioner Notary Public
GEO. T. PRATHER
The Oldest Insurance and
Real Estate Agent in town
Insurance Loans . Abstracting
Hood River. Oregon
Steamers leave Portland and The Dalles
daily, except Sunday, at 7 o'clock a. m.,
calling at Hood Hiver, eastlmund, at
about 4 p.' m. ; westbound at about
8:;!0, p. in.. Direct con net tion at Lyle
with the C. K. & N. Railway to and from
Goldendale and Klickitat valley points.
For any further information address
any agent of the company or -
M.TALBOT, V. P. AG. M.,
i" Portland, Oregon
L. M. WILSON
PINE GROVE, ORE.
FLO IT H, FEED, GROCERIES,
WORK SHIRfS, OVERALLS,
NOTIONS, CIGARS. TOBACCO
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES
, " MY GOODS ARE RIGHT,
MY PRICES ARE RIGHT
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE IN-
Riverview Park and Idlewilde Additions
Easy Grades, Fine View and Good Water
ALSO MANUFACTURING SITES FRONTING ON O. R.
& N. TRACK WITH DEVELOPED WATER POWER
Cheap lots for building Small Houses near Flour Mill
FRUIT LAND FOR SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT
HOOD RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO.
Office next to Waucoma Hotel
Square Deal Store
"Honest Goods and Square
...'.'Deal for Every flan" . .
IS MY MOTTO
I carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed and our
prices are right. The best tools that money can buy are
none too gtiod for Hood River orchards, and I am iq a
t position to supply you
Mitchell Wagons and Busies a Specialty
Acme Harrows, Disc and Peg-Tooth. Harrows,
Chilled and Steel Plows, Planet
Jr. . Cultivators,, and Seeders,
Meyers Spray Pumps and the Best 7-Ply Hose
in the Market.
De Level Cream Separators, Guns,
Amunition and Fishing Tackle
JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD STUMPING POWDER. CAPS AND FUSE
100,000 BRICK IN LOTS TO bUIT
Yours for Business
3rd and Rivt Street.
flood River, Ore.
A Oi'iiniiieOloiirHiu-e SnU forllio i't
six'y ilavs til'all SiiminiT Millinery, rr-
lllll.lli Ml ill CObl, at
BANKING BY MAIL
Wr xiv 4 ' on lime tlcKisits, current
rales tn swings acmunls, rcieivr dexiU
sulitvl Ituhtt-k, ami do a Ki-neial dank-'
ou can ha e llie atlvantan of a
tnmu kink al your very ilnor hy using
S'uil us your Ji'ximIs. Aiknowlo la
ment w;ll lw si'nl you hy return mail.
Savings accounts received, from one
0 u an account with us and note
how rapidly it will grow.
J. IRANI VUTSa rvnlna
R. t. 01 RII WI , IVi
II lt-K. Snra.,
S. C. CAU'HIMt'.S. A. Sow.,
Buy Your Pruit Boxes
Hood River Box Factory
. and Patronize Home Industry.
Best Quality Lowest Price
Home Made '.
Phone Main 71
This Bank Free
What our jneri antl women ol Hfty years
hence will be dcpentlH on tlie children of to
day. Ia it nut worth our while, even Bt the
i-oit of considerable ell'ort, if necessary to
teach ynr boy or girl'tho value of money, the
habits of thrift, econoiiiy and savinjja. Her
bert Spencer flaya "etliiatinii is the prepara
tion for complete living." One of our Home
Savings Hanks which yon can have FREE
upon opening an account with one dollar or
more, if in your home, ia a constant appeal
ing educator, teaching the habit of saving
silently, forcefully, autl not to be denied.
- First National Bank
June 27 to August 7, and August 13 to Sept. 7.
First six weeks devoted to special preparation for ('ountv and Slate Exam-,
inations. Kegular Normal subjects anil methods ali'O. Lat four weeks a
continual ion ol : Normal instruction and special attention to Primary Meth
od with model pupil classes.
Faculty of Over Twenty Instructors. Regular Normal faculty,
assisted by noteu college and public educators.
Tuition: First Term, $7.50; Second term, $5.
school circular or other information write to
Pres. E. D. RESSLER, Monmoth
For catalogue, summer
Bartmess' Furniture Store
ON A CASH BASIS
A REDUCTION OF TEN PER CENT ON ALMOST ALL
A Large Line of New Spring Goods
MATTINGS and CARPETS
At prices never before quoted
y crust Oompamt r.
F. S. STANLEY, Pre.
E. 1.. SMITH, Vice-Preg."
BLANCH AR, Cashier
V. C. BROCK; Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER
Capital and Surplus 61,000.00
We offtr you the facilities of a well managed ami
well equipped bank. The interests of patrons receive
our careful attention. o.r
Malleable Iron Reds, guaranteed against breaks by the
factory for 2 years, and yet cheaper t han the cast beds.
We get them direct from the East. Call and look them over.
S. E. BARTMESS '
Building Material, Carpets, Paints, etc.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
We are now located in the Smith Building, in the
room formerly occupied by J. E. Rand, 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 GASH GROCERY
WOOD & SMITH BROS., Proprietors.