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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
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DO ;j2 GLmt,THUftSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 19083
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L. fi. MtJGGIMS $X CO.
8te our new Fall lino in
5 g Now open to your
It Jt I
Kfo our line of Cravanettes
and Overcoats for Fall.
When in need of Gents Furnishings, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc., call in
and see us. We will be pleased to show you we can suit you in both
QUALITY AND PRICE
WE SELL HONEST GOODS AT HONEST FEICIS
OFF TO PICK THE
HOP AND PRUNE
Agent who bave been
bop piokera were
more than mic
reasful ud it U laid that about SKI
hundred residents of tbe olty and vol
ley wilt labor in the hop ilelds for the
next few weeks. A special train con
sistioa of three oars loft here on the
early morning train Monday for
Brooks in the Willamette valley on
which there were nearly a hundred
passengers for that place. TraiiHiior-
tution was provided for tbe lironkg
party Including burgage for 14 for t he
round trip and ticket will be good
until Ootober 10. Mont of those who
went on the special train were from
the west side, among whom were Jje
Peroer and family, Bam lviohardson,
8. A. MnCniston, A. Doorman, J.
Hauser, ldu Krone, Maggie Nlukolnen,
Jack Neallgh, U. F. Cramer, 13. Nick
elsen, Jake Nlckelsen, W. ud 1. San
ger, Mrs. Kadollff, A. and li. Tutrcn,
U. Courtrlghc, Nora Itoormau, II.
and F. Hougle, Mr. and Mrs. Katin
ger, J. and U. Tyler, J. C. Abott, J.
B. van Ularaoom and representative!
from the families of Carmiohael, Fom.
Nobel, Wells, Paunch, Markle and
many others whose names could not
be learned. Most of those enumerat
ed bad made arrangements for two or
three more and the party wae In
charge of Mr. and Mis. Ktiy. Borne
of them will help to piok prunes ue
well as hops and autlolpate attending
the state fair at Balem where camping
grounds have been provided for all
Another large party ontitalnlng
about forty left Mouduy for Wood
burn, with baggage and equipment
for a long stay and a number also
have staited for Yakima including the
Phelps family who left town eaily
Monday morning for that place by
wagon. In addition to the organized
parties a good many small groups of
two and three and Individuals have
left for various parts of tbe William
etta valley to gather hops. Home ol
them have gone for a good time or uu
outing and others will combine plena
ure and proflt and still others huve
wended their way to tbe laud of the
bop for the purpose of business only.
While some residents of the vulJuy
say tht-t they regret to -doe so much
help go away when it is needed so
badly, others say that "turn about U
fair play." That the Willamette val
ley people oome here and help piok
the strawberries and that it is only
returlng the favor by helping them
out in tbe hop fields.
peach trees iu bearing, leaded with
line fruit and about seven acres plant
ed to apples of various varieties all ot
which are in the lliio.it of condition
and have boon grown without irriga
tlou. While there Mr. Kay was given
'i Oravensteiu which was not fully
matured anil was takou from the tree
before it got its natural color. After
returning to ilood Kiver he exhibitod
it to many persons who thought it
was a Yellow Newtown, having the col
or, Formation ami appenrauoe of Mutt
apple so much Unit many were fooled
into believing it was one. During his
visit to the Keeloy & Dubois pluce
Mr. Kay whs most pleauantly enter
tained and rooeived much information.
Spokane l iver It III Sheen.
The Bpokane Klyor whilo passing a
poiitf about two miles this sido of
the Dalles Mou lav morning ran into a
Imnd ot sheep ami Grouted coiiHiileia
l ie slaughter. A nil "bei of the hheep
wore killed and several injured, 'llioy
were lielnu driven along a ro id m ar
the track and jumped a fence getting
In trout of the engine liefoi'0 it could
No one would buy a sailboat with
nails thai could not be reefed. There jg
always that pnHHiliility of a little too
much wind 'hat makes a cautious man
afraid to go unprovided. The thinking
iiiati, whoso Btomacii sometimes goes
hack on lilm, provides fur his stomach
hy keeping a bottle of Kodol Kr Dvs-
pepsia within reach. Kodol digests
lmt you eat and restores the stomach
to the condition to properlv perforin its
(iinetioiiH. Bold by Williams' Pharmacy.
For lit nt.
For a louir term of wwra annili li,.if
f llloek 8. l'arkliiirsliuid tli ree nen a
east of l'arkburst. W. J. linker & Cm
T. S. Weekely the jeweler, Iirh opened
i new jewelry store and repair shop, and
is now reaily to do your watch, clock
and jewelry repairing. All work full)
warranted. Prices reasonable. In tht
real estate room with Onthiink it Otten.
Fresh fish, crabs and shrimp, Thurs
days, Fridays and Saturdays, at Al
corn's City Market.
W. J. BAKER 4 CD.
promised you some interesting Kcal
Estate news in last week's (j lacier.
Here it is:
No. 1. cely finished, modern house
of 7 rooms, fine location. Notice the
No. 2. tour-room house, cloth and pa
per finished wallB, connected with
sewer, price, fV't)
N i tf. Another l-piom linos.', witb
1 same iiiiprovemeiilH as above lor flfiU
No. 4. House of 4 rooms. Hard iin-i-lied.
Size of lot, HHIxltKI. Waucu
ma addition. Price 00.
o. fl. A new room cottage, near the
business pysioii of town. Modern in
every respect, beautilul yard. Kixe of
lot 75x100 feet, Investigatetbis prop-
osuion. The price will inleirpl you
J you are int. re-t. d iu u perfect home
No. l. Lot 5(lxi:t0 feet and house of
two large rooms. Why pay rent when
)ou can own this property for t30
No. 7. Kight acres, l j miles from town,
all in berries. Price $2,000.
No. 8 Forty acres six miles out. Will
divide. South 20 has 8 acre 2 year
old orchard in spk-9ded condition.
10 acres nicudow and plenty of free
wuier. Price p'-r acre, $200.
No. 'J. Fourteen acres 7 miles out, 52
full bearing trees and a young orcli
aid ol 8J0 trees just planted, 2 acres
berries, will be in full bearing next
year. Small house. This place is in
perfect condition, and the best buy in
the Valley today for the money.
No. 10. Forty acres unimproved land.
Price for a lew days, f2800
No. 11. Ten acres 3 milei out. Hollar,
ba in and out buiidingj. Fully im
proved. Price for Bhort time,
No. 12. Ten acre, same distance out.
Fully improved, and in first class con
dition, is a pleasure to look at New
house end t in buildings. Bix inches
of water. Pi ice, $UHJ.
This list is simply a sample of what
wo have to oiler buyers. Call and see
jur entire list, it wtll interest you.
Mount Hood Railroad Co.
A. iM . STATIONS KM.
H leave Hood Kiver Arrive 5:U0
IMW Cowerdale 4:f
. Sears :42
;'' Van Horn 4:W
K:.i7 Oilell 4:7
S:HI Duku alley 4:
. ........ Hloucher 4:IR
t:lU : Wlnans 4:0S
S:Ii ArthH Ht heave 4:l)
Kill ctlvi- Miij m Moi.i .y Kxeciited.
J. A. WI-T. KiiptsrinU'iHleiit
F. E. STRAKO
J. V. WILSON
THE ODELL NURSERIES
One Dollar will
fit you to eye glasses or spec
tacles. Perfect fit guaranteed.
Your eyes fitted at home. Write for
free booklet describing our method.
Remember, the glasses we fit you
to are worth $3.50 any where on
earth. Our price, only $1.00.
OUR REPAIRING department It mixt
coini'li'tK. MalniprinsSfuQ. Witcbcleaned
11.110. Send your work by resiitered mail,
$2.50 repaira any watcb.
METZGER & CO.
Ill SIXTH STREET, P0RTLAHD, OBB.
Have in fiioir New
Harness shop a
large line of
Whips, Tents, Axel
Greace and Harness Oil
We wonld like for you to
come and examine our har
ness repair work which in
quickly attended to.
aSMMfiirtl. Plntll Fluvw.
into ViwSK tixMifrnil
All standard varieties grown from selected sOions of the
best bearing orchards in Jlood Kiver valley. Guaranteed
true to name and free from disease.
l ism Sessbh
G-. : COE
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
f x..-.t " i
and Stiletto Cutlery.
ITOOD HTVER HEIGHTS,
Shop npposiiH O. B. Hartlm's ro,iilence
Phni e 571
Notice to Properly Owi eis.
All property owiiits in tho rity
its are hereby notified to r.t down
and remove all noxicos peei!', this
ties, elo., from the street u joii.in
inoir proporiy, ac onre.
Ily order of tho Common (. I nril
Wm. (isngpr, Mlial
To adrertiie our itamped llneni we will tell
eenterpiecei like cut atamped on purt ltiun
complete wilh floaa to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
In ordrrlnibr mall send post office or ei
prm money order and wuntitn thu faftr
382 WASH. aT,P0RaiAHD 01
Will 8prk at Fruitgrowers Meellnir
A. I. Mason left llood Kiver forR
tbe Kogne Kiver valley where he ill
attend the horticultural meetings to
be held at various towns there. 1 lie
series of meetings will cover six towns
tht most prominent of which will be
one at Orsuts Pass. Mi. Mason will
peak, at these plaoes on the various
phases or rrut arowlug and rruninu
and took with him a diminutive ap
ple tree whioh be will use in demon
strating bit leotures on pruning Jainl
top grafting In which he is consider
ed an authority. He also took sume
photographs takeu to show bis Mens of
tbe best methods of picking applet '
Mr. Mason expects to be gone a week
and It Is very probable that liogup.
Kiver fruit growers will hare learned 1
something about growing before lie
MacGowan's Park Hill Orchard
Forty acres, two miles sovilli of Mosier. New county
road through the property. Eight miles from Hood
Kiver. Five Foom modern cottage, cost fNOO, new
barns and chicken house, two wells, Till) fruit trees,
mostly Winter apples. Twenty-live acres easily
cleared, l'rice .OOO. CMsh $2800, balance three
years nt S percent.-' Address,
C I). MacGowax,
Kox Mosier, Wasco Co., Ore.
Visited Underwood Beach ltanch.
In answer to the invitation of Hee
ler i Dubois, extended tbtougb the
columns of the Ulauier to anyone in
terested in fruit grovftng to visit
their peach ranch, Murray Kav made
trip to their place back of J'nder
wood laSt week. Mr. Kay, who bus
aet out a number of peaoh trees as
fillers on his ranch, la very much In
terested In ttie prowiug of that fruit
and fgund thufc all that bad been si d
of tbe tine fruit trees and soil of the
Keeley & Dubois ranob was no exag
geration. This firm has about 5hi
Largest Denominational University
in the Northwest
Christian but not Sectarian
Two New Buildings Adequate Equipment
45 Professors and Instructors
Two.New Courses Added this Year
English Commercial and
DEAN J. T. MATHEWS
Or Pres. JOHN H. COLEMAN
Is your best asset. Proper health is most
essential to your happiness and welfare.
Ture air is an absolute necessity, and no
effort should be spared to keep it so in every
Where open-flame illmninants rob the air
of oxigen and turn it into carbonic acid gas,
pure air is an impossibility.
Air poisoned by the flume of gas iet, or
that of an oil lamp is unfit for breathing
purposes and exercises a decidedly injurious
effect upon the occupant of the room.
Electric Light burning in nn 'air-tight- bulb
leaves the air of the room pure and fresh,
tind furnishes a better, brighter and safer
light than any other medium.
We furnish the current and a phone
sage or postal from you will bring om
Butler Banking Company
HOOD RIVER, 0KEG0N
Capital Fully Paid, $50,000
l.Ksi.iK IiiiTi.Rn, .1. N. Thai,, Tmuian IVti.kr,
Preside .t Vice I resident. Cashu r
J. W. Krkm h K. T. Cox
Phone Your Orders to Us
You are not getting value received
from your telephone if you do not use
it in telephoning your drug'1' orders
$ We will
SNOW & UPSON
Blacksmiths and Wc-igon flak ers
Special attention given to making and repairing
Grubbing Tools and Loggers Tools
.Call Up Main 821
and leave your order and we will
Deliver it Promptly
call and get your prescriptions and d
them when filled
The Glacier Pharmacy
CHAS. N. CLARKE, Prop.
tmmmet I km
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO
0. T. RA'BOa.
F. H. STANTON
MOOD RIVER NURSERY.
3 Stock Grown on Full Roots.
We desire to let our friends and patrons know
that for the fall planting we will hare and can sup-
, ply in any number
Cherry, Pear.Apricot, Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
a Shade, and Ornamental Trees.,
Also, all the standard varieties of apple tree's. Can
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitien
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSQN & STANTON, Hood River. Or.
and Manufacturers of all kinds of
Highest Prices Paid for High Grade Fruit.
I still have a few LADIES' TOP SKIRTS
REDUCED TO COST
$9 to $6,'$7 $5, $5 to $4. Come and examine these goods
Will cost you nothing. I also carry a full line of
....SETZ iSHOES FOR MEN....
Royal Blue, $50 Perfecto at ,03.25
A L. CARMiCHAEL
HO(il) KIVER H EIGHTS
NOW IS THE TIME to trade your old Stove in, on
A NEW RANGE
The Big New and Secondhand Store
'is the place. We buy, sell and exchange anything in Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Tin and 2
Graniteware, urocKery, and m fact EVERYTHING salable.
Come in and be convinced that we can SAVE YOU MONEY.
O. P. DABNEY & CO., Proprietors.
Phone 1053 .