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HOOD RIVER GLACIER THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1606
Real nUU transfer are Incoming
ao numerous your correspondent baa
failed to make note of some of tbem,
One that ghould bare appeared in last
week's itema was tbe sale of tbe Leuz
borne, 53 aorea for $15, (Ml. During tbe
week inst cloned Jobn M. Johnson
old to Geo. Kinsman 20 acres. Con
Ideratioa $9,000. liiene aalea go to
prore that there ia but one war to
keep land In Hood Kiver valley and
tbat way ia to refuse to pla w a price
Lumber it on tbe ground for anoth
er house along OdeU'a Broadway, but
in tnla case It la a narrow way lor pe
destrians when, aa la the case duriDg
the winter, tbe road ia muddy aud
tbe next eieat need la a aide walk.
aay from the corner wbeie broadway
and the avenue interned sooth at far
aa tba Mount Hood railroad excepting
euch parte aa are not bad, eren at tb
worst Borne favor a temporary affair
of sawdust while otbera think a sub
stantial boaid walk the better. Ibis
bit of road ia important because of
tbe number who would receive benefit
from an improvement of thtakind aud
leading aa It does to stores, school.
church, ball and depot. We almost
forgot to mention the owner of the
new bouse, Mr. DeWitt, who comes,
we are told, tbat bis family may bare
tbe benefit of our school advantages.
Mr. and Mrs. Mann, of The Dalles,
bava been viisting Mrs. Ciockett.
Mia. L. D. Bored and daughters
expect to go to Portland soon for a
visit with Mrs. lioyd's parents, who
are well knwon here. Friends will
regret to bear that ber father ia quite
W. A. Lockmaa and L. A. E. Clark
are doing aome improving.about their
nomea. rney are uuuding tenets and
Tbe C. E. held a good meeting Hun
day evening, P. T. bhelley, loader. A
speolal aong by Marie Lockmau, Ger
tie Crosby, Dana Kemp and (Jlva Col
lins and one by Pauline 'lalmnge aud
Albert Bhelley were well received.
Rev. P. . BiUington, correspond
ing secretary of tbe Oregon Hoard of
Missions, will speak tothe people of
Odell Sunday morning. Kev. tiil
lintgon ia said to be a good speaker.
Rev. II. C. Clark, of Belmont, will
preach at Odell next.Buuday at 3 p. m.
The obolr will meet for practice at
the home of L. D. Boyed Wednesday
W. A. Lockman aud others went on
a bear bunt several days since. Ask
Mr. Lockman about the bear.
Tbe next dance at Odell bull will be
on Saturday, Novebmer 3, inHtoad of
Friday, November 2. liy order of
Marlua Dumas returned last Friday
from a visit to bis parents who live
near San Francisoo. Alarius thinks
there ia do place like Mount Hood.
O. A. Bhoades and family have
moved to tbe lower valley, to the
borne of bit father, lately deceased.
Mr. Mar and family are living on the
plaoe for the winter, Mr. Mar has
recently oome here from the East.
Mr. and Mia. Lee Wlgle and two
eons, who have been viaitlng Mr.
Wlgle'a sister, Mrs. X. M. Larwood,
returned last week to their home in
Prlneville. Mrs. Larwood's mother,
Mra. Wlgle, also a visitor at the Lar
wood borne, remained until Monday,
when she started borne overland. She
was aooompanied by her grand-son,
Water Lai wood, who will spend the
winter with his grand-parents in
It la reported that Mr. Walton, who
recently purchased 40 sores from K.
J. Molpaaos, has signified his inten
tion of becoming a premanent resi
dent of this section by buying out
Mr. K, B. ..Morton's hometeid im
provements and filing on bis home
stead. Mr. Moitou, ou relinquishing
bis homestead rights, expeots to move
onto the John Urolf place, now owned
by Mlsa Farmer, of Portland, We
are sorry to lose Mr. Morton and
family from our neigborhood bb he
baa ever been foremont in the op
building of tbe community.
Mr. Daniel Stanton has mored onto
the place be lately purchased from
Mr. Dukee. Mr. .Stanton chius laxt
May from Iowa, aud be is very much
p loaned with bis place here.
It Is'reported that Jim I'eewe has
sold bis place in Upper .Mount Hood
settlement. CoiifiderHtion tfLOtO,
On Saturday, Oi toli a baby
girl was bum in the 1 atereau home,
(From the Kntei i i-e. )
A meeting will be hel l this Friday
evening at LuuterbRCh's ball for the
purpotte of organizing a Hoard of
Trade for Wbilo Salmon. Everybody
interested in the growtb and develop,
meut of this town and valley are re
quected to come.
Lat Sunday a number of friends
and relatives called at tlio home of
Mr. and Mrs. Admim, in Cook's ad
dition and give them a biiri prise. It
was the birthday of Mrs. A lams. A
very pleasant afternoon wan enjoyed
uy aJl, aud a tiouuteoiis' dinner was
seived. A number of vety nice pre
sents were receired, qmnng them a
melodean was presented by Mr,
Adams' father, Mr. J. W. Overbaugb,
which bud been in tbe family for
more than fifty years.
John Ilamioii, who lived here for
the pant two years aud a ball, lias
sold out mid Ibis week departed for
his old homo in Nebraska, where he
thinks be will spend ti e remaining
yeurd of bin illo, but t ho chances are
that one hard winter will sutinfy him
with that country and he will come
bnck here again. That's the" way they
all do. Mr. Ilnnuon has been farm
ing Mr. Conner's i lace in Cook's ad
dition for some time.
Mrs. P. J. l'urcell, of Weston, Ore.,
is visiting with tlio family of C. A.
Shurte at their home near the ferry
lunding. Mrs. Purcell Is a'i old ptu
ueorofthis country having crossad
tbe plains by ox team 00 yeais ago,
She tells Bome very interesting stories
of the early days. Though getting
along in years site is bale and hearty
and as spry us many much younuoi
people. She will visit here a couple
The first city ligbts appeared on
our streets a few days ago whiub is a
great improvement to tbe town. V
M. Wolfard & Co. ha-t one in front of
their store and the White Salmon Val
ley bank has put one in front ot the
bank. We hope others of our promi
neut cuieiiB win place some more
around town. A city ou tbe hill cun
uot te hid Pur, in tbe darkness us we
had before it was hard to find our
way aiouud without a luutern.
The Codfish club met at C. A. Sis-
sou s Saturday night tbe following
members answered lull cull: Mr.
Swun and wife, Mr. Sexton, wife and
daughter, James Knutson and wife,
Mrs. Larseu and daughter, J. W.
Henry, wife and daughter, Will Perry,
Airs. Jhcldy, Miss Oertriido Watson,
Ken Hammond, John Woods, Dan
Perry, Boy Mayllrhl, Mr. Donny and
Hurry McCoy. Music by May field
aud Denny, A flue lunch was served
at 11:30 then tbe baud played "we
won't go home till morning," and of
course wert right home. At the next
meeting prizes will be given for the
best two step dancers. Some of the
ladies nre pructiuing for that occa
sion. Mrs. Sissou hud the imsfortuue
to be thrown fioui the buggy a few
days ago and dislocated her tongue
so some of the other Indies had to do
some of I he talking She will be al
right by next Saturday night.
Mr. Cash and A. J. Hayuoa started
their grubbers this week.
A meeting of the citizens paity was
held Sunday uftoruoou at the school
Mr. Cromwell and Mr. Orscr were
in Underwood Suturday.
The young people gave an enjoyable
little dance at the hall Saturday
Hev. Chapman preaobed a vory In
teresting sermon Sunday morning.
Mr. Keeley returned Saturday from
a trip to Portland to see bis occulist
who bus luiled to help him bo fur.
Mrs. liumitlon expects to return to
her store at Oregon City Friday after
spending a few weeks with bur chil
Our school will be enlaiged to eight
Mrs. Alexander bus moved fro i the
west side to tbe Veacb place ac it will
be convenient foi ber children to go
There baa been a party of eight
hunters from Hood Kiver and Van
couvor up tbe Liittle .White Salmou
bunting for about ten days. They
came down out of the, uiouu tains am;
repotted no game.
One of the Woods brothers killed
bob-cat above Mrs. Cromwell's place.
The sulmon fishing is over for th
season. The Indians are leaving on
account of rain.
Mrs. Iseuberg Is switing Mr. B. F,
1' ulier no.
It is reported thut Mrs. Fuller is
mproving. We will be glad to see
ber at home agaiu and enjoying good
Mrs, J. Thornton returned to Hood
A. (1, Wise wai a passenger on the
Simons to Hood Kiver Saturday.
A number of young folks from
Cheuowitb will atteud the dance at
1 rout Lake Dairy association has
been making butter since October 1.
Cbas. Piersou is builidua an addi
tion to his bouse which when com
pleted will make it one of the hand
somest residences in be valley.
W. F. Stadelmau reurned from The
Dalles Thursday and left l''riday
morning ioi rurtland. Mrs, tttadel
uinu leaves for The Dullest his week to
close toe sale or their ranch to Mr,
Thompson of Shoiamn county. Con
Mr. and Mrs. 1'arry Riobelder came
over fiom Camas Praiiie and are call
iug on friends.
Mr, E. C. Poets has disposed of hi
intreest in tho store and lett this week
for Portland where he expects to re
D. E. Witt and family bave moved
to li amor.
The promoters of the electric rail
way are still confident of success
Ibey are receiving every encourage
ment from toe people. Klickitat Ag
Chicken Pic Supper.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25. O. E,
, held their annual chicken pie sup
per xuesday evening at Masonic Hall
wuion was well attended, and tbe us
ksD CD Cki
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A very Interesting sight Satin-day f
tk. .1 . a - ..... fr ,,.
wna im iiihwiuk til WMlr iimui
Columbia to the top of tbe bluff l
the Ported brothers' cable. They bad
two barrels fastened together aud run
them op and down the cable.
Mr. Jansen paid White Salmon a
visit last week.
Ueorge Sandsll, of Poitland, spent
Suuday with frienla here.
Most of our people were in attend
sure at Hood Hirer's trait fair Satnr-'
Prof .Knllcck spent Thursday night
at the home of A. J. Hayuea aud fam-1
Tbe new hay press of Mrs. Sorenaon !
is in operation this week, witb Miss
Helm a as boss.
Mr. Slates' logging outfit from
Cheuowitb, baa been camped at tbe
lauding for a few days.
Rev. Dellart held services Sunday
Mifs Elnors Larson entered school
Monday, also her little broter, Amos.
Miss hluora ia a ninth grade pupil.
Our school bad a change ot teachers
Tuesday. Mrs. Kollock being an old
baad at tbe work took possessio,
while Mr. Kollock, accompanied by a
lady and gentleman from tbe east and
C. D. Mooie, of White Salomu, went
ou a drive to see his young orchard
near here. They were well pleased
with the scenery, but thought the
Michael aud ('has. Thorutuu hav
bought a small mill foi cutting ties,
aud bave located up tbe White Sal
moil river above the falls. They in
tend to move tneir lamilies there as
soon aa they can get bouses leady for
That'i too bad I We had no
ticed it was looking pretty thin
and rough of late, but naturally
did not like to speak of it. By
the way, Ayer's Hair Vigor is
a regular hair grower, a per
fect hair tonic. The hair stops
il coming out, grows faster,
keeps soft and smooth. Ayer's
Hair Vigor cures sick hair,
makes it strong and healthy.
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the most complete we have ever carried."
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Our whole Sundry Line is New
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their Defects, and their
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Glasses Made to Fit
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
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b J. 0. Aver Co.. LowaLL
Alio nanaiHtorwi vi
ual good time was had. This annual
event marks the anniversary oi the
institution, of this lodge, which ou
Ibis occasion is the thirteenth. The
principal article of food on tbe menu
was chicken pie, there being so many
of tbeMA baked that the market has
been bare of ohlekeqa all the week.
'There were also many other good
things tbat atipeised tbe hunger of
the members aud visitors of tbe order
that gathered around the festive
A number of short speeobs followed
the banquet, notable among which
was tbe following original poem read
for tbe occasion by tbe author, Miss
M. A. Blinn.
How dear to my henrt are the chick
ens of a apringllme
When luscious baked pies are present
ed to view.
Tbe wing and the gizzard, tbe thigh
ana tbe liver
And even tbe drumstick, when well
oooked will do.
The crisp cruBt upon it, (hp gret
deep in it,
Salted and RPRHonnd to just suit my
One hfljdog is ueuerous tho' not
So I pass back my plate for another
Tbe brown crusted cbich pie I had
For sometime at night when all labor
I find at the Star bu exquisite pleas
Anu join tne eood people tor my
snare oi run.
How ardent I view it, with eyes that
And soon to my place a large dish i
And then fromt he gravy with tidbits
t taste or tne pie vuncn is never sur
The brown crusted chick pie
Tbe luscious baked thick pie
The annual chick pie
Made just for the Star.
A meeting of the lodge followed the
supper, after wbiob a couple of boui
was oovoten to social intercourse ana
Thirtci tli Hirlhdoy.
Thirteen yours bko, Oclcber 2R,
lfcUli, lloou Kivei Chuplor, No. 25, O,
hi. was institued witb about 33
members with Mrs. Kmma Brosius as
W. M. The Chapter bus made a steady
growth ever since and on Tuesday
evening, Oct. 21, 1006, celebrated its
anniverary in a model chapter room,
with a membership of 102, and Mrs.
Uyutbia Kinualrd as W. M. About
CO membeis of this Chapter and a
goodly number of visitors from other
chapters weie present, and did full
justice to the chicken pie dinner
served at C :30 p. m. The chioken pi e
'tinner has become a part of our an
iiuhI meeting aud to the brothers, at
least, the event would be lacking were
it to be omitted. With W. P.. C. D.
Thompson, as tonstmaster, toasts were
responded to by Bister Otten and
Tii-others Brosius and Brock and
"Comet" Bartmess. After a short
session of the chapter the remainder
of the evening was spent enjoying
curds, played in the pailor of the ball
and all departed (wishing birthdays
One Who Was Tliere,
Wounds, Uralses and Ilnrns.
By aplying an antlsepio dressing to
wounds, bruises, burns and like In
juries before inflammation sets in.
they may be healed without matura
tion aud in about onethird the time
required by the old treatment. This
1h (ne greatest discovery and trlumoh
of modern surgery. Chamberlain's
fain lialiu acts ou this same Drinoi
plo. It ie an antisoptio and when ap-
lied to such injuries, causes them to
oal very quickly. It also allays the
p:iin and soreness and prevents any
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a
ijduiu oi rain isalm in your home and
it will save you time and monev. not
to mention the inconvenience and
snttering such iuiurios entail. For
sale by Kier & Cass.
Dance at Monnt Hood.
A dance will be eiven at the Mt.
Hood hall at Mt. Hood, Ore., Satur
day evening October 27tb. Good
music will be furnisheaV-Mjd-dar
maintained. Tickets for the danoe
including supper. $1. Everybody
MSG & CO.
Keep the bowels mwn when vnn
have a cold aud use a eood remedy t,i
allay the inflammation of tbe mucous
membrances. The best is Konnedy'a
Laxative Houey and Tar. It contains
no opiates, moves the bowels, drives
out the cold. Is reliable and tastes
good. Sold by Williams' Pharmacy.
All freight consigned to Doiuts nn
line of Mt. Hood Hood Rv. must be
prepaid. Shipments must be regular
ly billed at least fifteen minutes he
me leaving time of train.
J. W. West, Agent.
H'e for the coming season's plant
S a few thousand choice Newtowns.
Sfita-nburg and a few other leading
varieties for polenizers. Cherrv. pear.
i d peach of the leading varieties,
('apted to this localitv. All buds and
scions used in ittnmnratinff carefully
wlected from vittorunt. prolific trees.
Pust feasons have been unable to supply
tl e demand and our stock for this sea
son is limited. Would therefore sug
tt you tile your orders at an early date
to get choice stock. H. S. Galligan.
I'hone farmers 34!). ' ' . . '
Get your chickens for Sunday dinner
at McUuire Bros.
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Shoes for Men and Boys
We can recommend to our trade with the assurance
that our line of Shoes will give the best wear and most
satisfaction of any line of shoes on this coast. Ask to
see the Grand Rapids; Shoe. We carrry them in high,
medium and low tops for loggers, cruisers and general
El; Real Underwear for Women and
Children are exceptionally nice flitting
and wearing garments, as well as mod
erate in price. We have it in silk and
wool, Fleece-ribbed, Cotton and Wool
ribbed, both in 2-piece and Union suits,
from 25c a garment up
Buy Elite underskirts. They have all
the qualities of silk and wear much
better, at less than half the price.
DrCSS G00(ls ?'as are extremely popular. We are
offering exceptionally low prices in all
Dress Goods, and we invite your in
spection. We are sure you will readily
appreciate the values we are offering.
Tflble Li nen If you are nee of some rea nee
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In the county court of the Htate of Oregon for
Wasco county. .
I the matter of the estate of Phebe Jones, de
ceased. Notice In hereoy el ven that Fzma R. Jones,
adinlnistratrlx of the estate of i'hebe Jones,
deceased, baa rendered aud presented for set
tlement and Bled in suld court her tlnal ao
aiwountofher administration of said estate,
and that Friday, the M day of November,
l'.KXi, at eleven o'clock a. m., at the court room
or said court, In the city of The J miles, said
county and stale, has been duly appointed by
the said (court for the settlement of said
account at which time and place any' person
Interested In said estate may appear and tl le
exceptions In writing to the said account and
contest the same.
EZMA R. JONKH.
Seneca Fonta.atty. for admin Isratr'i?'!!! ; Opposite post Office
WE CARRY THE FAMOUS
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"So .Easy to Fix"
AND FULLY GUARANTEED
We can sell you a WIND MILL to it too.
NORTON & SMITH
Hood River Studio
We have the latest In mounts and can en
large your l'houw In Crayon, Platinoid or
Hepta. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W. D. ROGERS. Prpp.
The place to et an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
O. B. GRAY,
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I am Qualified and prepared to do all kinds
of first-class land urveylnjr. Accuracy guar
anteed. Those who wisl first-class work done
address H. V. D. 1., Hood Kiver. fboue 60x1.
Beginning Oct. 1st, '00, all
clay lighting will be charged
or at the rate of 1 cents
er candle power per month
Lours from 8:30 a. nr. to 4:00
Hood Electric Light. Power and Water Co
1 -irVj yiAFt a Lxic
i buy from Factory "
. Direct. Therefore our ,
prices are lowest.
3"" St, PsrtuuiplOM.
...Mount Hood Store...
W. S. GRIBBLE, Proprietor.
Dry Goods Ammunition Boots and Show
Hay Grain Flour Feed Full line of Groceries
Livery, Feed and Draying..
o i aim AH ANS & RATHBUN.
Hood River, Ore.
Hows bought, sold or exchanged.
Pleasure parties can secure firct-class rigs.
Special attention given to moving furniture anw
We do everything horses can do.
R. D. GOULD,
P t;U M BING
Steam and Hot Water Heatino;
All jobbing promptly attended to.