The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 14, 1907, Image 3

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    HOODJUIVEK GLAC1EB, THUKSDiY, 1IAECH 14, 190?
ROGUE RIVER
WILL FIGHT PESTS
' Navsr In tha hlatnr of tha f mil I
dostrj in JoMpblo county bM tbera
bn such general cleaning op ot
occharda and .praying of (rait trees
and shrubbery at bui heea done this
later end spring. And tbe farmers
r not alone id tr is war on peeta tor
oa reaiaenis ut ursnls faaa are bar
ing tbe fruit trees, shrubbey and
roe buabs in tbeir yards well spray
d end "ibis city bid fair to no long
er be a breeding place lor millions of
peats to swarm lortb to bring deetroo
tion and loss to tbe orchard of tha
fvrmers. Wbile it is not poisible tbe
awst year to eradicate tbe peta from
tbe orchard, yrt it is certain tbst
raia year falJy i5 per cent or more ct
tbe trait will be tree from disease
Memisbs. So enoimoua are tbe
number of pests tbat it will take two
cv tbree years of bard fighting to get
them so subdued tbat Koeue River
orcharding can gather from 96 to 99
per oent perfeot trait as does the
Hood River growers. Tbis showing
of good frait will be in marked con
trast to tbat ot lubt year when of tbe
80, OX) boxes of apples and pears pro
duoed In Josephine county not over
15 per cent were perfect, tbe best of
tbe remainder weie sold at from 40 to
SO cents a box wbile tons of apples
were sold to tbe vinegar factory for
$4 per ton. An estimate for tbe
Grauta Pass Fruit Glowers anion
placed tbe numbei ot pears in tbe
county at nine oar loads. Of these
bat tbree cats were shipped as first
class tbe remainder being so infested
with scale and worms tbat tbey bad
to be aold at barely tbe oost of pick
ing and packing, wbile fully one
fourth of tbe urop rotted in tbe or
chards or were fed to bogs. Tbe loss
on tbe pear crop alone last year
amounted to fully 16,000 to tbe farm
are of Josephine county, wbile tbe
loss on tbe apple crop was fully 130.-000.-Progressive
farmers realized tbis
loss to the aigioultural wealth of tbe
county, but worn powerless to pre'
i went it for wbat ia everybody's bus!
'Bess is nobody's business and tbe
tate Jaws against pests were not en
forced. Rcgue River Courier.
Explains Position.
Portland, Ore., Marob 4.
Editor Glacier:
Aa president of tbe Oregon Audu
bon society and lecturer for tbe Na
tional Association of Audubon eooie-
ties, I bope you will allow me spaoe
to explain wby we used every effort
to detest House Bill 307, wbioh was
Introduced by Represents ve J. W.
. Perkins, of Jackson county. We un-
derstand many ot tbe orohardists in
tbe state wanted tbis law In order to
prUot themselves from tbe ravages of
certain birds. It passed the bouse
od tbe seuate, but as vetoed by
(Jovemor Chamberlain.
Our piesent model bird law was
passed In 1003. Ibis law baa been
the anion except 13. It is strongly
recommended by bo Biological Sur
vey of tbe Department of Agricul
ture. At the time it was passed, it
was so amended to meet the needs of
Oregon. Provisou is made in this law
under tbe clause, "Birds Not Protect
ed," to exuludi- such birds as are
proved to be more harmful than belp
ful in tbe economy of nature. When-
ever tbis is proved against a bird, it
should be added to tbe list. But we
are emphatically opposed to abolish
ing ptotection to all i'ur useful birds
fin account of tbe sins of three or fear
apecies. Ibis is what House Bill 367
proposed to do.
The last pmvUo in tbis bill read :
"Provided tuitber, that this act shall
pot be construed ru preventing farm
ers, gardeners and orctmdista fiom
desiroyna any birds, other tfcn game
Mtds wLea necessary to prevent tbe
destruction of crops from tbe ravages
of birds." This seems fair ut Hist
glaooe, but It is in direct confliot to
tbe spirit of tbe very law to which it
was added, because this law precludes
that many song birds are not iujur
nua. but of positive benefit to the
farmers, gardeners and orchard ists,
find tbe general good of the state de
wands tbst they shall not be killed.
Tbis proviso is too sweeping to be
come a law, because it nullifies all
preceding song bird legislation. Un
der it. any land ownerjoan claim any
bird on bis premises 1 barmtul to bis
oropa. People can sboot any ot all
song birds on their own piopeity and
pursue these birds to other parts.
Tbis bill opens oui song birds
throughout tbe state to tbe slaughter
pf Italian gardeners, gu'neis and all
others wbo wish to sboot larks, rob
ins, thrushes and othei species for
pot pie.
Another proviso of House Bill 367
reads: "Provided, that the proteotion
Afforded birds under tbis aot shall not
PPJy to orows, bluejays, owls, hawks,
buteber birds, magpies, blackbirds,
tbe English or European bouse spar
row, woodpeckers and apple birds."
Tber are six or seven, varieties of
owls that inhabit Oregon, only one of
whiob, the horned owl, is in any
war detrimental to poultry interests.
izAd bv all
as birds of the greatest economic im
portance. Our present law protects
all owls except tbe horned owl.
House Bill 367 permits the so called
"apple bird' to be destroyed without
limit. "Apple bird" is a local appli
cation known only to the farmera of
tbis bill. It may refer to a robin,
Chickadee, sparrow, fly catcher,
thruab, grosbeak, or any other bird
tbat lives abcut an apple tree. Many
of these species Bre of the highest
ecooomio value, wby permit tbeir
destruction? , , . .
Tbe work of the Audubon society
and tbe efforts of humane societies
and other organizations are educa
tional. They try to encourage chil
dren and to teach tbem to protect
od lova wild birds, and in this con
oeotion there is a side to the ques
tion tbat bas its Importance, even
tborgb it may be oalled sentimental.
Jnder our present law, we have a
check oil i be tendency of the boy to
kill useful song birds for sport. Un
der House Bill 307, the gate we have
relied upon is thrown wide open and
the boy may roam, the fields and
woods with sliug-shot and gun to
boot all owls, blackbirds, wood
peckers, and under tba term apple
birds" tbe tanagers, lobius, chipping
sparrows, fly catchers, waxwiogs,
thrushes, grosloaks, chickadees, and
11 others that live about our or-
CbWe wish it clearly understood tbat
tbe Audubon t-ociety ia not defending
birds merely from a sentimental
standpoint. We are defending song
hirda as a class because tbe Depart
ment of Agriculture Wa.Wn.to
baa proved beyond doubt that they
are of real ecooomio value to man.
"we cannot agree with Mr Parkina,
of Medfor. who told na .tha. be con
sidered birds more barmful than ren
efloial. He told mo further that be
could get along better
birds than with then because they
pecked and destroyed so much ot bis
fruit lie stated empbatioailly tbat
be bad been abooting birds tbat came
into oia orchard and be would con
tinue to do m, even if it waa contra
ry to our present law.
Mow, it there are certain birds that
are doing more damage than good to
tba fruit growers, we are anxious to
use our la duettos to protect orohard
ists from tba ravages of these birds.
But, as I bava said before, we are op
posed to destroying all our song bird
legislation and killing birds on ao
eount of tbe ains of one bird.
We are anxious to amend our t rec
ent law If neoess iry to give proteo
tion to iruit growers, we nave tba
highest pra'se tor Mr. E. D. Btiggs,
of Ashland, who was working for tbe
interests ot tbe fruit growers at tba
legislature, lie told me be would be
glad to see House Bill 367 amended
so that it proteod tba orohardists
and gaideners and at tbe same time
was satisfactory to the Audubon ac-
ciety. Mr. Perkins refused to do tbis.
Un account of bis radical stand, be
forfeited the very interest of tba men
be was supposed to represent.
William L Piniey,
President Oregon Auduoon Society.
Advertised Letter List.
For week auding Marob 4, 1907:
Boydson. Mary E. B. : Cronfut. Lau
ra; Oavidaon, Mrs. Kate A. ; Elliott,
Isabella; Pitob, .Anna; Id galls, Eliza
A. ; Jodson, Mrs. L. F. ; Lurch,
Lydia; Moore. Laura: Priesing. Ko
sina; Robe, Lillie; Amsworth, J. C. ;
Aitaman. J. A. : Anderson. J. A. : An
dei son, P. ; Anderson, John; Arjin,
li. v. ; BBiy, j. n. ; marker, o. 4.
Bara. Costanzs: Bird. W. 11. i Brad
ley. Davion ; Brooks. A. J. : BurboelL
Grant C. ; Can ti ell, Ira E. ; Carsou,
x. : i;agey, joon u. ; case, a. a. ;
Carson, 1. H. ; Chamber, H. D. ;
Church, J. M. ; Columbia Trust Co. ;
Davis, W. H ; DeBoard, A. f. ; Lie
Board, E. F, ( Uonohue, John; Dull,
W. E. ; Edberg, F. U. Emerson, I.
Core, C. A. ; Hammond, M. M, ;
Hammond, John; JNaneen, Albert;
ii., .t n a . Ma i- A . uit..t.
Bert, Jones, L. W. ; Koppe, John;
Kratsetb. Carl H. : Lay. E. L : Mo-
Clain, E. E. ; Maoomber, W. H. ; Mar
shall, is. J. Miller, W. W. ; Moody,
J.; Norton, U. E. ; Oldenburg, A. ;
Olaen, P. ; Osburn, S. M.jPayaut,
Geo. A. ; Perkins, Cbas. D. ; Peter
son, H. W. ; Phillips, E. E. ; Placet,
U. A j Pratber, A. T. Rank, Anton;
toven, f rank; Held, Master Atkin:
Rindlaub, Anna L. .Robinson, F. C. :
Ryerson. A bbie: Seaman. Mary: Se
quest, Alfred l.; Simmons, O. Jj. ;
hoik n, k. jYi, ; KmltD, it. ; Mouthard,
H. ; Stoughton, C. W. ; Tefft, J. C. ;
I'orguson, blndre; Versberman.
Cbas. Wajdhotf, W. H. ; Wall, O. C. ;
Ward, Xiiomas JJ. i Ward, Orin 8, j
Wheeler, J. L. ; White, J. I.
wo, M. l ates, p. M.
Gently mover the bowels and at the
same time stops the cough. Bee's Laxa
tive Couuh Hvrup, Contains Honev
and Tar. No opiates, Best for Coughs
coulds, croup and whooping cough,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Children like
it. Mothers indorse tt gold by Keir
& Cass..
You should be very careful of your
bowels when you have a cold. New It
alj otbor cough syrups are constipat
ing, especially those containing opi
ates. Kouoov's Laxative Cough
Syrup moves tbe bowels contains no
opiates. Conforms to National Pure
food and Drugs Law. bears the en
dorsement of mothers everywberr.
Children like its pleasnut taste. Sold
by Keir & Lass.
COMMON SENSE ,
Leads most Intelligent people to use only
medWlncs of known composition. There
fore it Is thai Dr. Pierce's medicines, tba
make-W which print every ingredient
enterlngkjiolhem upon the bottle wrap
pers and attest Its correctness under oath,
are daily grbllng in favor. The com
position ot Dt I Tierce's medicines Is open
to everybody.VPr. Pierce being desirous
nf having the seyn-h light of Inv-stlgaL-1
ion turni-d fullv "!" hH formula, be In
hdi'nt tnat tlie Wfrf efomnosino
ortiu'se meoicines is Known the mor
win tneir grea,t curative-meriis pe recoft'
nizetL. Being wholly made of "the active'
medicinal principles extracted -from na
tive forest roots, by exact processes
original with Dr. Pierce, and without tha
use of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and
chemically pure glycerine being used In
stead in extracting and preserving tba
curative virtues residing In the roots
employed, these medicines are entirely
free from the objection ot doing barm
by creating an appetite for either al
coholic beverages or habit forming
drugs. Examine the formula on their
bottle wrappers the same as sworn to by
Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his
"Golden Medical Discovery, tha great,
blood -purl Her, stomach tonic and bowel
regulator the medicine which, while not
recommended to cure consumption in its
advanced stages (no medicine will do that)
yet does cure all those catarrhal condi
tions of bead and throat, weak stomach,
torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak
lungs and hang-on-coughs, which, If neg
lected or badly treated lead up to and
finally terminate In consumption.
Take the "Golden Medical Discovery
in time and it is not likely to disappoint
you if only yon give it a thorough and
fair trial.' IDonrt expect miracles. It
won't do supernatural things. You must
exercise your patience and persevere In Its
use for a reasonable length of time to get
its full benefits. The Ingredients of which
Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed haye
the unqualified endorsement of scores of
medical leaders better than any amount
of lay, or non-professional, testimonials.
Tboy are not given away to be experi
mented with but are sold by all dealers in
medicines at reasonable prices.
an eoarfe synips otialf v-fetse seatnV
at th oowela. Baa's Laatlvt Sjoaay a4 .
Tax saoves taa bowtla aa eoatana ao splat. ,
Sold by' KEIR &. CASS. Druggist
(lOsllESIGK!
m too going east?
We can save you money on
freighting household goods.
Write m for ratea and offer panicalaia,
OfiESON AUTO-DftPATCH CO.
tl f IMT ITIHT fSSIUiS. SttSM
Coldtrws, . J I
tvuth. ttt. J J
Conform! to 1 1
National Par I I
Food and I I
Drug Law, I
WflSsm
At the Ckarcbes.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep
wortb League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially invit
ed. V. C. Evans, pastor.
Episcopal services at 11 a. m. the
third Sunday in each month, conducted
by Archdeacon H. D. Chambers. Sun
day School every Sundaj- at 10 a. ni.
U. B. Church Sabbath school, 10 a.
m. ; preaching;, 11 a. m.; Y. P. C. E.
6:45 p. m.; preaching, 7:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting at 8 p. m. W edncwday. All are
cordially invited to attend all or any of
these services. Pastor, J. W. Sprcclier.
Christian Church Preachiug services
at K. of P. Hall each Sunday evening
and at 11 a. m. each first and third Sun
day, and at Odell at 11:30 a. m. each
second and fourth Suiiilnv, Sunday
school at 10 a. m. and Y. 1'. S. C. E. at
6:30 p. m. each Sunday at K. of P. Hall.
Cordial invitation to the puplic.
W. A. Wood, Minister.
Christian Church. riervicv at K. of
P. ball the first, third, fooriti and fifth
Sundaya of each m nth. Services at
Odell the second Sunday of each month,
W. A. WOOD, Pastor
Baptist church Sunday school 10
a. m. ; preaching 11 a. ni. ; Junior li.
Y.P. U., 3 p. m. ; evening service 7.30.
Riverside Congregational Churcb,
W. C Gilmore, pastor. Services Sun
dsy at 11 a. m., Christian Endeavor
at 7 p. m., evening worship at 8 p. m.
Belmont M. E. Church. 11. C. Clark,
pastor. Services, Belmont: Sunday
school at 10 a. m. ; Class meeting at 11
a. m. ; Epworth League 7 p. in. ; preach
ing every Sunday evening and 2d Sun
day in month at 11 a, ip, ; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:30 p, m, (services at
Pine Grove same as above except preach
ing, which ia on 1st and 3d Sundays at
11 a. m. Crapper. 1st and 3d Sundays
at S :30 ; Sunday school at 2 :30. Mount
Hood. Tbe 4th Hunday at 11 a. m.;
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Catholic Church Regular servicse
very Sunday.
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in Hit House.
"We would not be without Cbam
barlaln'a Cougb Remedy. It ia kept
on band continually in mr home,"
sas W. W. Kearney, editor of the In
dependent, Lowry City, Mo. That is
iqst what every family sbonld do.
When kept at bpd ready for instant
use, a oold may t checked at tbe
outset and oured in muob lesi time
tban after It baa become settled in tbe
system. Ibis remedy is also without
a peer for oroup in children, and will
prevent the attack when given aa soon
us tbe child becomes hoarse, or even
after tbe oroupy pough appears, whiob
oan only be done wben the remedy Is
kept at band. For sale by Keir &
Cass.
MILWAUKEE
NURSERIES
MILWAUKEE, OREGON,
N, B. HARVEY
rBOPBlKTOU
GUIGNARD ROMQER, local Agtnt, flood Rive
We will have for the Fall trade 50,000
one and two year oid Yellow Newtown
Pippin aud Spitzeuburg apple trees,
also all tbe leading variedies of Apple.
Pear, Plum, Prune, Peach, Cherry and
Euglii-h walnut trees, ornamental trees,
shrubs and Ko.-es. Our trees are true
to name and give good satisfaction. For
prices call on August Ouignard, Hood
Kiver. or address X.U. Harvey, Mil waa
Kee, U
regon.
Phoue 1250.
One Dollar will
S fit you to eye glasses or iptf
lades. Perfect fit guaranteed
Ki Your eyes fitted at home. Write far
(ret hwkletdescribingour method.
Remember, the glasses we fit yon
ii are worth $3.50 any where on
p rarili. Our price, only $1.00.
'' oL'R REPAIRING denartmMt la
complete. Matoipridf $Im WachcUan4
'I. CO. Send your work br reriaterad saaU.
S2.50 repair! lay watch.
METZGER & CO.
Ill BIXTI ITBJUrT. POmilD, OBS.
SNOW & UPSON
Blacksmiths and Wagon Hak ers
Special attention given to making and repairing
Grubbing Tools and Loggers Tools
EXPERT HORSESHOERS
JOHN LIS LAND HENDERSON, Pres.
.Attorney-aULaw and Notary Public
J. M. SCHMELTZER, Sec.-Treas.
Notary Public
Hood River Land..
Emporium
INCORPORATED
i
Real 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 above lines and have
a large list of improved lands and 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
We are able to handle your prop
erty advantageously and will be
pleased to have you list same with us
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
. .j
The president of the company is the city engineer,
and is prepared to do surveying and civil engiueer-; j
ing work of all kinds. Abstracts furnished and j
opinions given on property titles.
Collections a Specialty. Phone Main 141.
BARGAINS IN SEAL ESTATE
1. 7 acres two miles oat at $375 per
acre. All In bearing orchard, good lo
cation, under ditcn, email nouse.
2. 40 acres, three miles out, S acres
cleared, tudatly in bay, some fruit trees,
good timber, under ditch, some free
water. JU0(.
3. 20 acre ' fix miles out, 5 acres in
apples, rest easily cleared, under ditch
nearly all good apple laud. Price
11800.
4. 40 acres ix miles out at $75 per
acre, nearly all good apple land and
easily cleared, under ditch.
6. 25 acres 7 miles out, all choice
apple land and lies fine, 7 acres cleared.
5 acres in orchard one and two years
old, rest easily elearea.
6. 20 acre seven miles out, choice
apple laud, no wast, 7 acres cleared
and 5 acres in apple vi oeul varieties
7. 40 acres seven miles out. also
good fruit land, a acres cleared, small
house and barn.
Tbe above are only a few samples of
the bargains we bava to oner, a van
ety of city property for sale on reason'
able terms.
OnthanH eft Otten
Hood Rlwor Oregon
Unusual Opportunity
Lots In RivervieW Park at a big re
duction ior 3U days.
18n W. J. Baker & Co.
For Sale, Timber Land
The m of NWt, SWJ of NE, , NWJ
of SKI, NE of SWj of Section U, Town
ship 1, north of range 9, Wasoo county,
urcguu. Auaresi
THAR. RRRNARn
f21-3m1 400 N. 2d St., Ashland. Wis.
P R. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums,
OtUce Brosius Building, phone 1033,
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
HOOD RIVER.
The dob tofrl oe laoma dallv bMwaen I a. ni.
and 7 p. iu.; BuDday rroi U to 1 o'clock. Malla
ior me rvimi close at u.a t m., s.tu p. m. ana
B D. m.: ffir tbe WmtL mt 80 n. m. and t n. m
i ne camera on n. p. v. rouiea no. 1 ana I
leave the poHtoffloe at S.SS a. m. Mall leave
Fur Mu Hood, dally at Vi m,; arrives W.ao
For Underwood, Waah.. dally.'except Son
day. at Vi m.. arrive at ll a. m.
Kor Wbile Halmon, Waah., dally at Um.;
arnvea m n a, m.
WHITE SALMON.
For Hood Hlver, dally at a. m,; arrive at
p. in.
For Husum, Trout Lake and Outer, Waah,
daily at 7.au a. m.: arrive 5 d. m.
For Uluiiwood, Fulda and Ullmer, Waah.,
uHiijr ai i,w a. in. i arnvea m-l o p. in.
For Pine Flat and Hoowden. Waah.. at 1 o
in. Tueitdaya and Hatardaya; arrive aame
daya at 12 in.
For Bingen, da at 4. p. m,J arrives at
SB), 111,
X"1. Or. COE
CARPENTERING
SCREENS
Shop opposite O. B. Hartley's residence
Phone 571
MARION I. II IM IBfO
Vice President
Mosler Fruit Laad.
Just 6 miles east of Hood Rlrer, in
the Mosier Taller, C. D. Morgan bas
some excellent fruit land in large or
It A . a a a . . .
mail ira.cn wnicn ne can sell cbeap if
taken soon. Partiea wishing to buy will
uo weii io write or see U. v. Morgan,
U. S. Commissioner Notary Public
GEO. T. PRATHER
The Oldest Insurance and
Bea! Estate Agent in town
Insurance Loans Abstractlni
Hood River, Oregon
Tradc Mamkb
rtrtmu.
CanaulyraS
Anron aandlnc akatra and ariittna awf
aloklr aaoertain our opinion fra vhatkar aa
Intullm I. wnhaKI. n.i .....bl.
tlonaatrtetlreonSdsntUL Handbook on Patanl
aant tra. uldeM air.nry for aocunna palanu.
Patanl takmi ibiuuRh Munn a CoTnoaln
"otiea, without ohara. la tha
Scientific flnierlcaite
A baaaaonalr nioatratad klr. lama) hs
Ef ; oar month, ai. Sold. tyallawada)r.
;o 'r, New Tori
r st, waaDiugioo, a. c
S. J. FRANK
HARNESS
AND
SADDLES
WATER-PROOF
Horse Blankets and Robes
Tents and Wagon
Covers
All repairing promptly at
tended to.
OREGON
SHOipLlfU!
amd union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Thron.h .. . . . .
Bleeping cam dally to Omaha. Chicago, Hp
City; through l'n II nun tnnrtxt aleeptna; ear
(peraonaally condnolert) weakly to Chieami.
Kecilnlng chair oar (aeata free) to tha Kat
,.i . lxhvb. Arrive,
( hlpHKoFonlnnd Bpeclal for
ITnlAn T . . . . .
... .i.nuuuuiim,uHuj :ou am 7:w pm
Hpokane Flyer for Eastern
Waxhlugton. Walla Walla.
lwlHton, t'oeur d'Alene and
Great Northern point, dallv 7KX) pm 8.-00 am
via Hunilngton. dally 8:15 pm S:90am
Pnrlmi1.U.nU.I W.I
iiuima oeiween nigga ana
I'ortland, daily 8:1IS m 6:48 pm
KIVER SCHEDULE
FOR ASTOKlA and
8:00 P. M.
Dally
except
Sunday,
Saturday,
10:00 P. M.
6?00 P. li
Dally
except
Buaday.
way pot n In. connecting
with ateamer for Iluaoo
and North Beach hIchiiv
er Hanaalo, Anil street
aoca (water per.)
FOR Duvton. Oreiron
7.-09 A. H.
Dally
except
Hunday.
7:30 P. M.
city ana Yambin liiv-
Dally
except
Sunday,
er point. Aali atreet
dock (water per.)
FOR LKWI8TON
1:40 A. M.
4:00 P. II.
Dally
except
Friday ,
uniiu. hiik . , HUM,
Dally
except
Saturday
iruiu ivipuria, nana,
OKK1C1 BOURS
Freight Houae 1 a. m. to 12 noon: I lulu
m. No freight received or delivered after
p. m.
Paxaenger Depot-Hour for delivery of x
preaa aud baggage will be 8 a. m. till t p. m.
WM. McMURRAY,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
H. W. BOYLE, Agent, Hood River.
O. R. A N. TIME TABLE.
Eaat bound-
No. 2, Chicago Bpeclal, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Hpokane Flyer, 9:40 p. m.
No. 8, Mall and Expreaa, 10:42 p. m.
No. 8, 10:43 a. m. No mall.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:18 p. m.
No. 22. Fast Freluht. 4.-OS a. m.
West bound-
No, 1, Portland Special, 4:85 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:25 a. m.
No. 6, Mail and Kxpreaa, 6:80 a. m.
No. 7, 8:15 p.m. No mall.
No. 23, Way Freight, 1:25 a. m.
No. 66, Faat Freight, 1:06 p, m.
DAVENPORT HAM8S" CO.
Have in their New
Harness shop a
large line of
Whips, Tents, Axle
Grease and Harness Oil
We would like for you to come and ex
amine our harneHS repair work which is
quickly attended to.
BON TON
...Barber Parlors...
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
every respect.
Porcelain Baths In Connection
GRAY & RUSSELL, Props.
LIPPINCOTT'S
MONTHLY MAGAZINE
A Family Library
Tba Best In Current literature
12 Complete Novkls Yearly
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
$2.60 PER YEARS 23CT.ACOPT
0 CONTINUED STORIES'
EVERY NUMIER COMPLETE IN rTtClf
BO YEARS
Mm.
yWe have just received a Fresh Supply ofy
II Nitrate
II Muriate
0
AND ALL KINDS
DCOME TO US
WOODiiFlBERED
0- CEIIENTr'ATn) LIME :f
STRANAH AN S: CLARK 1(
( Hood River, Oregon
.Roller Skating Rink;
AT
Monday Night, Wednesday Night
Saturday afternoon and Evening
STRICT 0RDE PRRESERVED
Admlsaiont 10c
' G- T7. GRAHAII, Prop.
New Location.
,v,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.
IJThis large and well-lighted store has been fitted up
with the best and most complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed
everdislayedlnthe t5ity. Fresh Vegetables received
daily. Call and inspect our stock.
-SPO'FGASH GROCERY
WOOD & SMITH BROS., Proprietors.
HOOD-RIVER TRANSFER
i&vLIVERY CO.
mt OFHCE m THE REGUUTOR LINE OF STEAMESS
Hauling,1 Draying, Baggage TransferredFirst
Glass Livery Turnouts Always Beady.
Phone 131.
ml
wWJ OGXUBBLE Proprietor.
Dry Goods "Ammunition Boots and Shoes
iHardware
Hay Grain Flour
F. E. STRANG
A'
THE ODELL
DEALERS IN
e
e
-iUWii
All itandard? varieties grown from selected scions of the
best bearing orchards in Hood River .valley. Guaranteed
true to name and free from disease.
Huntsf Paint & Wall Paper
Company
Have added a completejline of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES.
J HEATH & IHLLIGAN MIXED1PAINTS.
Our stock of paper includesjlatest'designs in.Blanks, Gilts
and tngh UTades,' rrom lUc up. A full stock of room
molding Picture rail, Plate rail and a small line of
-novelties in Framed Pictures. CALCIMO, the3
' latest thing in room tinting, mixed to order.
. Painting, Paper hanging, Sign work etc.
Phone 671. First and Oak Streets.
JobPrintinat
30CT
of Soda,
"4
'an.
of Potash
A 1
ID
OF FERTILIZERS
DIRECT FOR f H
HOUSE PLASTER
THE
Skating, 25c
Graniteware
Feed Full line of Groceries
J. W. WILSON
NURSERIES
Trees
the Glacier1 Office