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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1906
(From tbe Enterprine. )
Rev. B. F. Brown, of the M. E.
church, and nowunplyliB the Gilmer
nircnit. denaited Tuesday for confer
ence, wbiob will be held at North
Vakima, commencing September 5th.
Mr. BrowD expect to be absent about
Grandpa Water went down to Port
land and will spend some time in a
hospital tbeie. Grandpa has been in
lathei poor health all summer, and
thinks that a season -in the hospital
will do him good. He does Dot seem
to be seriously afflicted.
Fred W. Uuliger went to lone, Ore
gon, last Saturday and returned Tii"S
day. He went up on a business trip.
The old soldiers and their wives
gave an entertainmeut and dinner at
Lauterbaoh'a ball last Saturday foi
the purpose of starting a releif fuud
for their port. A fund of ID. 50 was
thus realized. One of the features
was a floe cuke, presented by Mrs.
liooiman, and which was auctioned
off, bringing 75 cent.
Tbe grand social event of the season
was the ball at tbe new Odd Fellows
hall last night. Tbe ball was given
by some of tbe members of the order
and tbe proceeds will be used to pur
chase furniture for the new hall. A
fine string band was procured from
Hood Klver, which discoursed de
lightful muRio during tbe evening,
while fair ladies and brave men
tripped the light fantastio to their
heart's content. The supper wbiob was
served in tbe banquet bull by mem
bers of tbe Rebekab assembly was a
joy to tbe heart and very satisfying to
the appetite, and tbe laige orowd was
very nicely taken care of in that de
partment. Tbe floor in the new ball
is splendid, and it is to be regretted
that it la not to be used for tbat pur
pose hereafter, but it Is probable tbat
the first dance there will be the last,
as it if to be used striotly for lodge
imposes. Uigbty-aeveu numbers were
given out at the ball and there were
more ladies than gentlemen present,
but even this large orowd was easily
accommodated in tbe splendid new
hall. Tbe net proceeds ot tbe nail,
after all expenses were paid, was tl'25.
This bull will long be remembered by
many who attended as the most de
lightful time of tbeir lives.
Mr. and Mrs. Kalpb tills went to
Wyeth last Saturday to see their eon
and daughter. They returned vion
Mr. Philips, of tbe flini of Closet &
Devera, of Portland, was in liel-
niont on bis ranch for couple of
weeks . He returned to take up his
work last xnursday.
Alta and Kditb Ordway entertained
their flreuds last Saturday evening by
giving a nloe lawn party, loe cream
and oaka were served at a late hour.
Every body went home saying what a
flue time we bad.
Mr. John Hudson was called home
last week by the illness of his daugh
ter. She is on bar way to recovery
Rev. Clark and wife have gone to
oouferenoe. They will visit friends
on tbe way.
Those who lutend to go to the
Yaklm bop fields be ready to start
Mr. and Mrs. Summervllle, also
their daugher May, are visitlug
friends below Portland.
Mr. Brown, of Ullmore, visited bis
brother. Prof, llrowu, last week.
Rev. Tuifts, of Portland, who has
baeu oamplng in Belmont for some
time , returned to his home this week.
Everybody has been harvesting.
Crops have been fine and ranchers
ate baling their bay now. Some are
taking their summer vacation.
Messrs. Armstrong and Tompkins'
folks took in Trout Lake and the
huckel berry patch lust week, but had
fisherman's luck, hungry and lew ber
ries, except what caught on a sliver
Herman Jundt bad the misfortune
He wants you to have
modern and up-to-date
What the Doctor
0 KEIR CASS
Dr. of Ophthalmology
Understands the Kyes
their .Meets, mid their
relation to human ills
Glasses Made to Fit
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
to get cut on an eder Hflw 0,1 Httnr"
day. Finn of his Hiikhis were cut. but
not very badly.
One of the Kaliimrs hoys, ngeil 10
years out his foot Siitii'diiy by letting
the axe drop ou it and nearly nevuiiug
his toe. He is gbtt'.ng ulong niuoly.
M. Mauely, who has been ut the
co st for a week, returned ludt week.
Miss Ruff, of Portland, is visiting
Mrs. Earnest Faluier, of Sherman
oounty, and daughter are visiting her
cousin, Mrs. (Jiliuer and her broher,
Mr. Brown left last week for confer
ence, lie does not niiw wnetner tie
will reurn here or not, but w hope
Miss Mattiel'evuolila has lieon in sk
ins more improvements on her home
stead by building an addittion to her
Pete Ilnahes. son-iu law of John
Robblne, has just returned from Kan
sas lie says thin country is goou
enough for him.
J. Tilton is building a fine house
on Oak Ridge. He can see out over
Hood River valley from his uew
Ruth Tompkins has returned
borne from Hood River convalescent
from her attuck of typhoid fever.
1 bis day. August 27, marks the 38
years of life for the writer, SJ of those
yeui'l were paaMsed in Douglas coun
ty .Kansas, 10 years near iiuilington,
In Uolley county, ot tne same scale,
the two years junt passed in Odell, of
the beautiful Hood kiver valley. These
rdacesjtre all dear to me and will ever
Sohol begins Moiiray, September 3.
Mrs. M. I). (Jiltli bus as stylish a
little buggy as one might wish to see,
a new baroness also. Roswell Hbelley
loaded two cars of wood at Pukes Val
ley siding last week to be shipped to
Poitalud. It is very inconvenient for
Odoll shippers to haul to another sid
ing instead of loading at Odell slut ion
and tbey anixously await action of
tbe Mount Hood Railroad company
that will make Odell statiou a loading
plane as good as the best.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ehrok spent
last week at Oreeu Point.
kMr. Klomer has a piece of laud, one
hair of which was cleared by using dy
nurnite. blowing evert thing out of ti e
ground. This laud is entirely clear
of fern while the other half clo.ired by
grubliighasa good growth of fern.
Mr, Klomer thinks this fact worth
Marie Lockiuau ami Gertrude Cros
by cleaned the school house last week
and it is said the ladies going to
church need not ask "is my hat on
straight" as they ha e but to walk
over to the school house and behold
themselves relievted as in a niiiroi.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Knnis are onoe
more residents of Odell being in camp
on the U. L. Rogers place. This house
is the one ooupied by Mrs. JO lines and
family last winter and it is being en
larged for their occupancy during the
ensuing school year. Odell gladly wel
comes this family.
A number of triends were invited to
the home of A. Woods Snturiiy even
ing. Friay August 21, being Cilutou
Woods' birthday. The allair was lu
temled m a surprise on that occasion
but as Clinton was expected home
from Mosier on Saturday that even
ing was choseu. Ice cream and cako
were served. A pleaut time Is report
ed. Mrs. O. E. liowerman outietaiued
for Bertha Lalfrety Sunday. A num
ber of young people were Invited and
a pleasant time had. it was expected
this would be Bertha's last Sunday
herd before going to Welser, Idaho,
but news of an expected visit from au
aunt iu Missouri caused a change of
plans and she will remain at home for
i I. U. Lullerty and family, of Mount
Hood, visited Mr. Ijalferty'a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Lullerty, Sun
day. Elmer Lattrtey and friends,
from Hood River, also visited at home
as did Everitt Lallorty, or ureou
The C. E. of Odeil Sunday evening,
August 20, had for their subject
"Home missions among our island
sing them Here
WHEN THE DOCTOR WRITES OUT THE
it filled at a reliable store, where the appliances are
and the drugs are Pure and Fresh. We make this
a specialty, and we assure you
puts on the Paper We put in the Medicine
iXiseessioiis. Mrs. Ida Young, ieac-i-r.
A special song by the choir.
Elmer Lafferty will give a dance in
tho I. O. O. F. hall at Odell Friday
night, August 31. Tbe full Tilimany
oichestra of Hood River, will furnish
music. Everybody invited.
Hazel Rebekah Lodge No. ir6 initi
ated two new members last Tueadty
Rev. II. C. CUr'A, of Belmont,
preached iu the cum eh at Onell Sun
day afternoon. 'l'hi is his last ser
mon here before conference.
(1. A. McCurdy, Jaxpor Wickbam,
Prof. Arnesou and James Black re
turned from (iieen Point ou Fiiday
of hut wiek aiter spending a few days
lUliing. Up to date they have not
oeeu telling hiiv marvelous fisli stor
ies, but claim in . i. tl.uy hud a good
Mrs. Jant.en i ml her daughter Miss
Agues and (JJi.ir t Uher returned from
Portluud in Thu '! y ot last week, af
ter visiting several myi with friends
in 'hut city.
J. J. Jordau has Hold bis fine farm
in West Crapi i'. I e oousidera1 .ion
was (14,0)10. io rt.iet to have them
leave the ueiglilmrht ..d Joe is a good
citizen and m . .. mid accommo
dating neiguLui. wuver he and his
excellent family u.ay go t ur best wishes
es will follow them.
1. N. Hutett it turned fiom Port-
laud on last Saturday.
Since the return of tbeir mother
and sinter from Portluud, Henry and
Carl Jauteo have smiles all Of or
their faces, smiles that won't rub oft.
1'hey did not like baching just a lit
tle bit. Rev. Henry Clem, "Holi
ness" preacher from Ashland, Oregon,
preached at the school houses on Sat
urday evening, also ou Sunday morn
iug mid evening.
Mrs. F. S. Perry, of Portland, ac
companied by her daughter Miss Lelia
ami small sou Lester, are visiting
with Mrs. E. Lyons and family.
Mustet Fred Lyons entertained 23 of
his young friends ou Wednesday ol
last week, the usual courses of Ice
oreum, cae, candy, nuts and fun
weie iu evidence.
Cora Ciarkson is on tbe sick list.
Rev. llPi'slimtr visited our Sunday
school last Mi, inlay and held services
Mr. Veatch and Mr Kelley and fa n
ily, spent a few days camping on Lit
tle Willie balm on last week.
Mrs Cromwell proved np on lur
homestead ou th HI tint White Salmon,
Mr. Vatch and Mr. Hides woie wit
The Norwegian consul and wife, of
Portluud, spout a few days at the
Cottage hotel recently.
Road Supervisoi Uittiy and men
returned last Saturday from a road
working expedition iu tbe western
part of our district.
( lilford Robards is again able to
make bis regulur visits to Underwood
and was a jolly addition to the social
Mrs. Kd Underwood and party re
turned last week from their trip to
Huckleberry iniuiiiliilii having an en
J..) able trip bin not very prntii ,i,
The government nan bale! n y men
thave ruturued and aie piepa lu, for
We learn that Mrs. Ini.Iyc, of
White Salmon, had the mitl u ' r.ue to
break her arm one day last wcci
A number ot friends who eoi hi not
atteud the social sent in conn bu
tions. Among them were M iss ,' sile
Ooildard, Uncle Amos and Kd Jn
If the Underwood people would
hand in any little item ot I nt ere
tlitt v would lie anpreciutud. We pick
up what we can with as little time as
A tint) little crowd attended the so
cial last Saturday night and tlO.05
was domed and turned over to Mr.
Cash as a payment ou the uew organ
he having advnoed the money when
the organ was received.
A. J. ilayues and family expect to
spend the witi'er on Kuapp's flat, to
be closer to Mr. Ilayues work of ao-
At any rate, you seem to be
getting rid of it on auction-sale
principles: "going, going,
g-o-n-e!" Stop the auction
with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
certainly checks falling hair;
no mistake about this. It acts
as a regular medicine; makes
the scalp healthy. Then you
must have healthy hair, for
It's nature's way.
The best kind ot a testimonial
"Bold for over sixty years."
A Mftde by J.O. Ajr.r Co., LowU,
.a BUnufiMturtra ot
inu the carpenter work preparatory to
hu ilil i riK concrete work on the rail
I). N. ISvrlee. of Hood River, witb
h's Sunday school class ot little boys,
spent Saturday in a little picnic on
this side ot the Columbia. Your cor
respondent regrets that she could not
ancept his invitation to join them
witb a party of her friends.
Comuiissiorer Coulter, of Steven
son, lawyer Henderson, of Hood Riv
er, Mr. Cameron, of the Menominee
Lumber (Jo,, and a railroad represent;
alive, were here ou the road businesr
lent week tint notlilnu was settled and
tbey contiuuded it Monday at Steven
son. A few or the people bhk tne ran
road to make a bridge over the old
road, the other side waut a road over
the track and down to the proposed
Ileiv About Your Fire Insurance!
lu'lant Sturday's Journal was pub
lished a clnesifled lint of tbe different
inuiiranca companies Fhowinp tbeir
stauiHiiK in rexard to the settlements
of the 8un Franc boo losses. Only
bout 115 companies were iu olass "A,"
that is, thoso that puid dollai for dol
lar. Now is the time fur all those who
carry iiiBuiauce and pay for protec
tion to look over their policies and
see that the copmany with whom tbey
aie de illtig are reputable and honest.
There are a great number of compa
nies that are willing to take your
yearly premiums and naturally you
think you are protected in case of
The California oonllagratioD should
teach us a lesson, and every policy
not included in cIiihs "A" list should
Why pay for protection nnd not get
it? (ieorgo R. born in, Paoitlo Coast
Me.nauer of the Hpriugfjeld, has ex
pressed himself as follows:
"Au insnranoecouipauy, like au in
dividual, has a reputation to maintain
it it would succeed. A man lu liusl
ne.HS cauuot afford to have his stand
iug jeopardized or ruined by dishon
esty or failure to meet his just debts.
Kvery policy holder in the Springfield
will be paid their losses to tbe full
amount of their policy without cute
of anv kind. "
lioth the Springlleld and the Law
Union and Crown, of London, clauF
"A" companies are represented in
Hood River by J. 11. Heilbronuer A
Autos Will Keacli Snow Line,
Dr. Markley. who bus just returned
from an outing at tbe foot of Mount
Uainior, stated that a government ap
propriation of i 1500,(10 obtained
through the elforts of tbe Tacoma
chamber ot commerce is being ex
pended in building a flue turnpike
ro,.d to the base of the mountain, and
that next season autOB may reach tbe
h.iow line, if they don't delay tbe
start too late iu the season. "That
appropriatiou aud that road should be
valuable pointers to our own chambe
o commerce, which should use Its iu
tlueuce with our representatives in
congress to secure an appropriation
for the road to Mount Baker," said
the doctor. "We will never get any
thing uules3 we ask for it aud go at
Fruit 'Peddlers Cause Trouble.
War has bioken out between some
of the merchants and the horde of
fruit peddlers that bawk their wares
ou Third street between Morrison and
WaMhiuKtuu. The mayor, the polioe
aud the other city ottleial have been
appealed to by both sides., but still
the battle wages. The mayor says he
is getting grayer every day beouse of
Tho peddler who pays $200 a year
for his licence to sell fruit Is permit
ted to stand ouly 15 minutes in any
one spot ou thesrteet at a time, when
he must more to some othei place,
utand there 15 minutes, then move on
again. The hawkers have found that
at certain spots along Third street
busiuess is good, and they use these
places alternately. The first man
stands 15 in unites at the first statiou,
then moves to the second, wbl e a sec
ond peddler takes his place at stand
The merchants aloug the route.
some of wbmu sell fiuit also, nave
objections . Ihey watch closely to
see that no man lingers overtime, but
frequently wlnle their attention la
listracted a change takes place, but
to the merchaut all peddlers look
alike, ami when be sees a wagon still
standing there he promptly seuds in a
complaint to the mayor or tne cblef
1 get those complaiuts until 1
dream ot them at night," said His
Honor, "and the chief gets more than
I do . The merchaut contends that
the peddler stays in One place longer
limn the law allows. The peddler and
lie policeman on the lieat contend
tlat they do not. Now witb this sort.
f mi entlli'H rhiio operating, what
a i I to do? Telegam.
Any person caught hunting or ties
I nsMing on my property will lie pun-i-licd
to the toll extent of the law.
Mrs. Phrwbe Foes.
$100 Reward, $100.
n-:i!'in .t this iiiwr will b pleaml to
it'iii n 1 hoi th.'iv is ill U'usl one drenileti (lln
Ih u s.'ichv ha" '-,'i'n able to cur1 In ikll
-lam's, aiut that Is Catarrh. Hall' t'HIarrh
Om N Hie only eMiive cure now known to
:in' nu'dn'iil iraimtiiy. Catarrh belnitaoon-
s.ituliuntil ilKcse, ivuulres a 4"Onnlltutlona
vntnietil. Hitli i Catarrh Cure la taken in.
tt'rnally, lifting ittrtt'tiy upon the blood and
iti'i.-oiiji MtttaeeM ot the nntem, thertby de
sito iik the Imimtat 11.11 of th disease, and
giving the patient strength by building up
i!:econiiiutun and assisting u ittitv in doing
Its woik. The proprielo a have no tntieh faith
in its curative iwer that they otter One
Hmiilreri lollars lor any oaae that tt nUb) to
iiire. Send tor list ot lestlnionlala.
Address K. 1. 1 H KNKY CO. .Toledo, O.
Sold tiv alt druKists. :.v.
Take ItaU a family l'llln for omsllpatlon.
Extraordinary Low Price for August
Clearing Sale of Seasonable Goods
If you don't investigate this you will miss a golden
opportunity to clothe yourself and family for a very lit
tle money. Included in this Bargain Sale is
Boys' and Men's Suits, Ladies' Skirts,
Underwear for Men, Women and Chil
dren, Dress Goods Suitable for all Sea
sons, Hats and Caps for Men, Women
and children, Hosiery, Shoes, Gloves and
Hosts of Other Articles too Numerous to Mention
50 Suits for Boys from 5 to 1 1 years at HALF Price,
ranging from 75c up. 125 pairs of Shoes, almost all
kinds and sizes for men, women and Children. This
is your grand opportunity. Summer Underwear, the
10c kind for 5c, 15c kind for 10c, 25c kind for 18c, 35c
and 40c kind 25c, 50c and 75c kind for 40c.
IOO Shirts for Men
Worth from 50c to $1.00. Your choice
Dress Goods. In this will be included Ginghams,
Lawns, Suitings, Percales, at such, rediculously low
prices that you cant help but see its a bargain. Men's
Hats for $1.00 that are worth from $1.50 to $3.00.
All Straw hats HALF Price Don't miss this sale. It
costs nothing to look and not much to buy
FOR SALE AT THE
N. B. HARVEY
CUICNARD4 ROSIGER, Local Agents, Hood River
We will liuve for the Fall trade 50,(XX)
one arid two vi ur mil Yeilow Newtown
Pippin anil Spitzenburg apple trees,
also all tin l toing variedies of Apple,
I'ear, Plum, 1'iune, 1'eavh, Cherry ami
Kuglipli WHi'Hit trees, ornamental trees,
slirubs and lio es. Our trees are true
to name and uivetiond satisfaction. For
prices call 11 August Ouignard, Hood
River, or addreBs N. 1!. Harvey, Milwau
kee, Oregon. l'lione 1259.
If You Would Grow Choice
Fruita BUY of the
Russelville Nursery Co.
GROWERS OF FINE NURSERY STOCK
VAKIKTIKS or SI'KOlAl, MERIT
Careful and reliable attention given to
filling evry order with Brst-clasa trees
and plantc . SittefKriM Guaranteed
(i. H. Wilson, Hood River, local agent.
l'lione 122 Box 52
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ci.ltr. Srat tot muWu, t Utrm kUt
"Th. TU H Ih. orthwt."
It niku f, SCHOLARSHIP AND CHAHAC
TICK combing. Bntrsnv. rulrem.nl. an4
tnsdaril. ot work th. Mm. .. .t air?inl .n4
V.I.. Mn. labor.torli. library ud Tmna
lum. Pmpm, A. B.j B S ; B. U, .n4 B.
Hm. ' Writ fur cuk(ii..
WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON
It AV cock ca
3 1. POKTLAMSlOM.
I J( 8 YoUbuy from Pactorj
I'i fV VDIrtct Therefore our
W 1 price re lowest.
. hi .swmnxtti
BRAGG & CO.
We have just received a car load of
Direct from the factory. We are selling 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
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
...Mount Hood Store...
W S' GmBBLE' Proprietor.
Dry Goods Ammunition Poots and Shoes
Hay (,rain Flour Fee.1 Full line of Groceries
Steam and Hot Water Heating
All johhino; Timt'nptl.v attnuled to.
Q i-iwiix All A1NS & RATHBTJN.
Hood River, Ore.
Horws lMW(;ht. suld tr I'Xfhanged. '
I'l.'HMire j.anicrt can secure Hr-t-cluss ria.
Special attention given to moving furniture aim
We d.i everyiiiiiij; horse ,::, ,u.