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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
HOOb KiVEK OLAOtM. tHtrkdbAY, SEPTEilER 6, 1906,
JOHN LELAJfD HENDKRSON, Pres. j. . Kl KG I' HON,
Attorney-at-Law ami Notary PuMic i e r.esident and Maimer.
J. M. HC'H M K 1. 17. Kit, See.-Trcas.
..Hood River Land..
HOOD RIVER FAIR
Eeal Estate, Loans, Insurance, Abstracts,
Collections, Conveyancing and Surveying
We are prepared in a special manner to handle all
kinds of business in any of the nbove lines and have
a large list of improved lands mid city property
from which to make your selection for a fruit ranch,
a stock farm or a home in the city.
With an 'Extensive Correspondence
Wo are able to handle your prop
erty advantageously and will be
pleased to have you list same with us
The president of the company is the city engineer,
and is prepared to do surveying and civil engineer
ing work of all kinds. Abstracts furnished and
opinions given on properly titles.
Collections a Specialty. Phone Main 141.
GOES INSANE HERE
W. II. Maxwell, a well -known engi
neer of Portland, who bad la-en at
the Alt. Hood hotel at llond T.ivei tor
tbe past week, leouie suddenly insane
Saturday night and it was found nec-e-iHury
to placa him under restraint.
Maxwell uai iormerly tas8ooiated with
Obkar llu her, who was director of the
Low id Jfc Chirk fair, under tbe firm
name of Maxwell & lluber, and is a
member of the Commercial and other
clubs in Portland
A week ngo he cume to Hood Hirer,
at the suggestion of lrieuds in Port
land, to reeiipcruto from an attack of
nekness, which had causer! his deten
tion at St. Vincent's hospital for
some time. Although it was noticed
by the employes of the hotel that
Mnwxell a acting que rlv, nothing
was thought of it until Saturday
night, when he spent two hours try
ing to Jiang a pictuie he bad taken
iif the wull in the otlice on a e.oiit
luok that was several timet too huge
fur an eyelet in the top of it.
From this on Maxwell became
worse, bud weutjiibout the hotel open
ing drawers and looking in dark cor
ners, as if in quest of something, and
to inquiries lie would say notning.
It was Unally decided to place him
under surveillance and summon a
P ysieian, and bis lomer paituer was
communicated with over the long-distance
Mi. Miller said that Maxwell had
no relatives iu this part of the coun
try and that be was no longer identi
fied with bim in a business way; but
aked the authorities to look after
bim until today. Through the assbt
auce of (ieorge W. Simons, of the Pa
ciHo Uiidge company, of Portland,
who came iu on an evening train and
knew Maxw"ll, be was induced to go
to The Oalles with Deputy Sheriti
Schtueltzer, on the ruse that be was
going I hoi o on business connected
with bis profession. He was taken
there on the late traiu Saturday.
The physician who examined Max
well stated that be is almost iu a state
of mental collapse, having every indi
cation of progiessive. paresis and that
he thinks be is beyond recovery. Mr.
lluber, who came to Hood River Sat
urday, when iufoimed of MaxwelP's
condition,' said bis former partner
had been showing a decline in bis
mentality for several years, but that
until lately be bad been abe to attend
to oillce work. Some weeks ago, be
said, it was necessary to plaoe bim la
St. Vincent's hospital for treatment
for alcoholism. While there he be
came violent, but when be impioved
he loft the hospital and was apparent
ly sane, with the exception that his
memory bad deserted bim, and be
was unable to remember dates, fig
ures or locations. Maxwell, be said,
was a flue engineer, but .that be and
liia friends now feared that be would
ne"or be able to lesume bis profes
sion. Tbe unfortunate man's sister has
been communicated with in the East,
and he was given an examination in
the county court at Tbe Dalles.
A Wise Cougar.
A cougar quite bold and gi'inely aud old
Sat picking its teeth cue dny
On tbe edge of a wood very near to
While its cubs were iud'lging in
An, enigneer civil, the cause of thi
Happened to come that way,
And while looking ainund foi a hill
or a in n n 1
To set up Imh instrument on,
Heard the whining and howls from
the littlo cubs' jowls
Aud "trnightway developed a frown.
"Ha, ha, what is this?" the engineer
As be trampled and pawed iip
When out on a hi-uiid, scarce touch
ing the ground,
The cougar camo on in a rush.
Having no gun the engineer run
Aud the ri'ce went en fnrwuid nml
Until pRSsiiitf quite near, with a hu;'o
lunge Irom fear,
He jumped on u backmelac.
Up th s he nei'-r. l.oth wraiy nml hen',
And managed to Ret on n limb,
Whilo below mi the earth sat lie
cougar n ith mil t h
Most narrowly eying up him.
Then out of the timbi r cane .Hi:,
Tom and T.itnbei
To see of what theii boss had I
One look suil( il all, feu loudly tin y
"Let's r n like a son of a kuii."
So in'les they ran 'on, never stopping
'till dawn, ,
And seeming both guns and some
They returned to the spot where tie
Treed up by the merciless whelp
Hut hearing them near the uniu: 1
And taking one look at "His Nil s "
' Remarked with a sigh, while khj i l'
"I think he's most tough in the
At a meeting of the executive board
of the l i'uit liiit association held
Mondty evening Uio to Mowing com
initU'o were appoited:
Mo.Jier A. .P. liatehiiin.
White S:liiion-A. II. Jewott.
Uudurwood 1. .1. Mclsaao.
Mount Hood Wm. Wemlorf.
The Dalies -U. II Weber.
Printing and Publicity C. D.
Thompson, A. D. Aloe, K. K. lirad
ley. l'raiisi ortation W. J. Hukei, Chas
T Knily, j K. Morse.
Nomenclature II. S. (lalligan,
Frank .diuudler, Chris. Detbmau, V.
II. Castun, K W. Angus.
F.nteitiiiuuieiit Murray Kay, Mrs.
Slotteu, Mis. Humble, Dr. Watt, Dr.
lirigation Congress K. L. Smith,
I) McDonald, L. N. Mowers, D. N.
B.vilee, A. W. Outhauk.
Premiums A. 1. Mason, (J. J.
Cissling, K. II. Shephard.
Decoration J. S liooth.
Lodging U. H. Bailey.
liiivtntioii-l'ruman Jiutlaer, E. O.
Hluicher, C. D. Thompson..
Location aud ltuilding to act with
Executive Board n. i. Mavwsuii, i.
II. HeilbroniiBr, H. T. Fredricks.
Exhibits 1!. H. Wallace, L. Struck,
C. A. McCurdy, F. i. Church, It. U.
Tucker., C. E. Markham., L. K Ly
ous, J. M. Hollowell, K. Locke,
Frank Chandler, Thus. Calkins, Win.
Davidson, C. 1. Sargent, J. 11. Sboe
iim'.er, P. II. Martin, .). L. Carter,
C. K. Marshal, J 0. Porter, T. A.
Decker, W. II. Kennedy, A. Paused,
M. M. Hill, W. Fike, Campbell Uros.
Oliisi. Dethmiui, Oscar Vundorbilt,
Henry Avery, Win. Ehrck, F. P. Fri
day. F. H. Stanton, L. F. Chuk, F.
M. .lackaou, N. W. Knue, A. I. Ma
s A. II. Billiugs, D. K. Cooper, M.
Knob committeeman issupposeud to
solicit iu Ins locality for exhibits and
seo that the best is brougnt out.
Death of Mrs. Khira A. Itrock.
V. C I.'rock was called to Wasco
Thursday ou account of the sudden
death of bis mother, which occurred
early Thursday morning. J. E. Nich
ols also acoompanied Mr. llrock aud
took charge of tbe funeral arrange
ments. The funeral was held Satur
day, all the children being preseut
except two, who could not be reached
ou account of absenca from home.
F.lvira A. Mock, daughter of Maui
weather and Clarriseu Mown, was
bom in 1 Hinds, March Hi, lttll, and
ciossed the pbiius to Oregon iu 18.VJ,
settling with her father's family uear
Eugene iu Lane county. She was
married to Kusscl W. Mock in Sep
tember of 1ST4 and lemoved to Linn
county, whero she lived for mauy
years, aftewards lemoviug to Corral
lis. In 1SSI she, with I er husband
aud family, moved to Wasco, in Sher
man, county where she died August
:W, 1!KHS, leaving Ave sous and oi e
daughter, her husband having died
May ;K, l'.KH. Tbe surviving children
art: Ceoige A. llrock Dallas, Ore. ;
J. L llrock, Moro, T)re. : V. 'C.
Mock, Hood River, Ore ; K. W.
Mock, Tolo, Idaho; C. M. Mock,
Collax, Wash. ; Mrs. Mary K. Hicks,
Jnpun Wins Another Victory.
A lively scrap took place ou the
corner of Oak and First sheets last
Friday iu which two natives oiinoi
Suullower kingdom sustained the rep- j
utatiou of their couutry for pugnaci-i
ty aud staying qualtltes. In passing
the Jape became involved in a war of
words with two white brethren aud
there was a geuoral melee. Arms, legs
I and fists were mixed up in a cloud of
hinli. when it subsided, dis-
i closed the fact thut Japan bad won
I another victory. Tbe little brown
men, as Kipliug calls them, were
about to follow up their triumph with
i lurthe- punishment but wore prevent-1
; ed f i om doing so by bystaudeis who
declared a treaty of paece.
Will Receive Money From State.
The quarterly apportion moot of
state school funils for tbe first quar
ter- of the school year, beginning Jul
1, I'.KKl, has been made amounting to
."00, K1,,"1. The rule is .0:11 per day's
attendance, the amount apportioned
t'i Miikitat county being 5,:!!i8-l.
A'ii.Mi vmii haw a cold it is well to be
w v care'l'ul about iimul' nnvthiuir thai
W I. r: u-".' inm-tipi'.tioi).
caiefill lib .ill iircnnrati
opiate-", i'se Kenedy's .nxative Honey
and Tar, which slops I be cough ami
nmve the bowels. Sold by Williams
I'liai mi lev.
Hood for the cough, removes the cold,
the cans" of the cough. That's the
workif Kennedy's Laxative Honey and
Tar the original laxative cough syrup.
Contains no opiates. Sold by Williams
GRAND DISPLAY OF
THE NEW CREATIONS IN
HATS, SHOES, ETC., FOR MEN
Now ready for you to
examine at your leisure
Heware of Ointments Kor Catarrh
Thut Contain Mercury,
hh nierourv will surely destroy the sense or
Hineh Hint compleltl.v derniiKe the whole sys
tem when enterlm.' It throuuh the mucous
surlaces. Such hi I ieles should never he used
eNCcpl on iiiescrlpliotis from rrpiitahlc phvl
eiims, ns Ihe duniat'i! Ihey will do Is len fold
lo the Kood you can possibly derive horn
them. Hull's Catarrh Cere, manufactured h
V .1 Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio contains no
mnrcurv. aiel li taken Internally, actiiu; dl
nelly upon tin' hlooil and iTmcous sallaecs ot
I he system. In liuvlnn Hall's CoUi l'h Cute hi'
sure yon eel the Kcnnine. it l taken In
lernallv, nod is inaiic in Toledo, Ohio, by V.
I. Cheney Co. Tesilinnululs free.
Hold by all drutK.sts, 7 c.
Take Hull's Family 1'ills for consllpailon.
the 3 I HSf?
1 I Baw
In these days of rush and hurry cour
tesy is often forgotten. In the mad pell
mell rush of our lite little things are
done w hich offend that we rather they
remained undone. A hastily eaten
meal and its resultant headache may
cause us social or financial loss. The
w ise niBii or woman is the one who re
lieves little ills of this sort by a little
dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia. It digests
what yon cat. and puts your stomach
back into shape. Hold by Williams
This tale has a moral, both verbal and
Aud one which should make us nil
For In leisure or pleasure, or taking
We should always take care what we
Prominent Jewelry Man Visits Here.
Mr. Ira 0. Jones., the coast repre
seutative of Cbas. L Front & Co., of
New York, the largest wholesale jew
elers in the United States, stopped
off here last Sunday to call on bis
friend, Mr. A thur Clarke, the jewel
er Mr. Jone9 has just returned from
tbe East wheie be goes three times a
year to look over the jewelry business
uud make bis selections for the coast
trade. He only stops at the largei
cities and Hood River is ludeed for
tnuato iu having him call hero with
bis liue ot goods, which for beauty
and excellence, are unequalled. Mr.
Clark was huyor foi Jaeger Bios., of
Portland, for several years and it was
through bis connection with that
firm that he learned of the Cbas. L.
Kiout & Co.'g line, of which they are
he. vy buyers. Mr. Jones likes Hood
Kiver cerv much and intends to make
remilar trioa here in the future to call "
on Mr. Clarke and consequently the -
people of this vicinity may depend
upon getting what is coirect aud up
to date in jewelry right here at borne.
Reiluction In Flour and Feed.
Tbe news that Uuster Kay made bis
debut In society last week has etm-ed,
it is said, a most noticeable flutter in
the ranks of the socially elect. As
Hnster lias oassed the ace of frivolous
I'.css and in fact may be said to be in
the evening of life his desire tor
things social is looked. upon Foinewhat
askance by bis friends. Iu the late
years of his long life he has devoted
much of bis time to philosiq by and
le Kist an1 Ibis sudden yearning for
a sccial career has caused much coin
mont. His entrance into t fie mi i I
realms has therefore, created quilt a
semation not only ou account of I, is
conduct, lint more especially 1 1 -cause
of of his most pronounced t u'c
in dress, as ho wore red pants, a ji I
low vest, black ooat aud hud bis chuiIi l
appendage decorated wilh pink bo.
This has led his many friends to
remark that after all "There is i
fuel like an old fool "
C. C. HOLMAN & C. FOSTER
Keals at all Hours from 250 up
Best Two-Bit Meal in the City
T-Bone and Porterhouse
Steaks our Specialty
Next Dour to Uml's Ci"'iir Store, Hood Kiver, Ore.
die Valley Mill s
ELPPA ORCHARD CO., (Inc) Proprietors
Fir and Pine Lumber U
We have a Large Line of
5c and 10c Tablets
IN THE CITY SUITABLE FOR SCHOOL
CALL OX I'S FOR
INK, PENS, ETC.
' to bt ctrtd tor or uuui
lo m muufcdr
WIS your health, ttam and
private affair permit you to
manag them properly and
You nay have the collective
wisdom of experienced men In
the management of your biter
tail If you consult this Company.
It alio receives deposits
subject to check, and savings
accounts (ram one dollar up,
paring current Interest thereon.
Acts as trustee to all property
relations requiring such services,
buys sod sells bonds, effects col
lections, lends money.
h many other ways It can bs
of service. CsO or write far fit
pmptltt setting forth the cope
ctf its operations.
247 Winn. At. SVmtvi ana Cmw
We liiivo the largest and highest Tude line of huii
drieH in the cit v. Dure drills, fresh from first-class
niiiniifiicuirers, used in all invseript ion work. Every
jtreseription has the careful personal attention of a
Registered Graduate Pharmacist
HOOD RIVER'S GREATEST DRUG DEPOT
The Williams Pharmacy
CHARLES HALL, Proprietor.
(i. II. ItoltlllXH
C. L. TllOMI'SnN
price nn Flour ami Ferd
Bran U pe.-ton; fhirto,
16 ptr ton; flour,. $4
A bath cleanses the skin ami ridn tlie
pjrea of reftme. A (mtii mak'wi for lv-t-ter
fello8liip uud citizenship. Nut
only should the buteide of ttio body be
cleaned, but occasional usa of a laxa
tive ir cathartic opens the hnwcls and
clear" i he pvilein ot . Mete matter. Uet
for thi- are'l-Will's Little Early Riser.
1'leas.iut little pill thai do not gripe or
sicken. Sold by Williams Pharmacy.
Marvin;,' to Di ath
llcCHti'-e tier stoniiicli wa- wHHk.'ii' '
I y ll-eliSHilriUL'illtj 'bat he .''on ' ''
i.t. Mr-" Mary II. Walters, of Si ( lit
M-eet, I ollinib H, Ohio, v.a- l.t .il
s a'Vinu hi death. She r 1 1 . : M
Ktoiimcli waa to weak from u-elf-d-Ui'
iluit I coiilil not eiit, h mI m
n ivesfo weakened Jiliat I could i "'
p p; ai d not b.'lore I wuf (iiven up
(li.'Miin I induced lo tr Kli C'ri'1 li'in
w til the Monderful result thut ini"' v -m
Mt 1'e.riin in once, and h ciim i ti'
ire toiiowe . i fl n ai n
rth-. ihic. (jiiarantertt o
t'l .. ke, drngjrift
t m icr
Iiatlbut -V at M ini re
Have for the cniiiiK fea'onV plait
ing a few thousand choiic Neioi-
H.oiziMitiiirg aii'l a lew ttier leailn ;
varieties for polenizers. Cherry, pe,
a:id peach of the leading vant-tii -.
adapted to thin locality. Ail buds aid
scions usul in prorogating carefu ly
selected froiii vig'-roii, pmlifle tn,,
I'dst M-asons have been uiuiU" l-i' , y
t e demand mid our stm k f r iliii. m-m.
son i- lim.tid. Womd 'l.. eture suk
est you tile your orler at mi early date
to get choice stock. II. S. Ualligan.
Phone fanners Si'.K
Ready for Business
All orders Promptly Filled
T. (). llool) RlVlCli, OllKfioN.
Tii.i rt. TTood Shan't! Road. 4 miles south of
th of v
3 1 da
ROBBINS & THOMPSON
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
We offer Hood River grown nursery
tock and do all kinds of Orchard and
Nursery work. Lay off, plant, prune,
trim and cultivate young orchards in
the most thorough and up-to-date man-
Mixes and Kneads
I Bread Thorouglily I
1 In Three Minutes (
1 Hands do not touch the dough. I
I 001S AWAY WITH HAND KNEADING ANO I
I MAKLS BETTER BHtAD. I
I WM. M. STE'rVART I
1 km mii nmmi I
11' tvou heiir of
for thf' comforts
convenience of home
;uid see tin' goods, nii'l get
mil explanation. We are
your agents. It is your
itrotection we care for.
I wish to siiy to all our old friends and custom
ers who for so many years came to our shop for
their meats, that it is useless for me to introduce
Wood Bros., our successsors, as their 18 years in
the butcher business in Wasco county has made
them so widely known that an introduction is un
necessary. Iieing honest, capable business men,
they have the means and ability to rwn a business
as it should be run, and in a way that will be a
credit to our city.
I expect to stay with the new firm for awhile,
and will be glad to we you all at the old stand. 1
will guarantee that you will get just as much meat
for your money, just as courteous treatment and
just as prompt service as can lx; had in the city.
We will have a full line of everything good to
eat for the Spring trade.
E. S. MAYES.
When you want first-class work
done at home. All kinds of
Laundry Work and Cleaning
Lace curtains, 60c ; blanketB and
cariets, 2.rc to 50c. Phono inlMl
Clan Fatbrick. Prop.
Our Work cannot be
S. J. FRANK
H a mess Saddles
AH Repairing Promptly Attended to
Magic in the Name
There is no delicacy that appeals to people in general as does Ice cream,
and there is no other delicacy so very, very good when it is trood or so
bad when it is hail.
Sweetland's Ice Cream
measure. Try it once.
is pure anil wholeaonie, and deliciuus beyond
and you will understand why it Is called the
"ICE DREAM OF QUBLITY
Received Iresh every day by express at
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR HOOD RIVER
When visiting Portland don't fall to call at "Swetland's" 2711 Morrison
One of Portland's llnest stores and the best place in city for a lunch
fhe Hood River Bakerv
chased 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
is made from our Golden Crown
flour. The bread speaks for itself.
Our Whitfi Kiver and (ioluVn Crown Hour
can bo found for Hale at all tli
cers. Try a Hack
Once used, nlwaytMised
For Sale By
STRANAHAN & BAG LEY
Hood River, Oregon