The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, April 11, 1907, Image 8

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HOOD RIVES PLAOIEB THURSDAY. .APRTLlU
kSTABUbllkU 1000
1NCOBPORATKD 1905
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Butler Banking Company
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
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Sell Honest Goods at Honest Prices
MAKES UFrS WALK EASY
Capital Fully Paid, $50,000
DIRECTORS
Lml IJctler, J. N. 1'kal, Tkhman Bctlkr,
Pn-giilent Vlif President. Cashier
J. W. Fkehch R. T. Cox
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Give Your Trade Where You
Can Place Your Confidence
During our business career in this city we
have sought to build up a clientage by
most upright methods and straight for
ward dealing with our customers, and
thus to deserve the confidence of those
who patronise us. The success which
has been our portion demonstrates that
we have done this. In a large measure
we owe much to the fact that we have
never been satisfied with "good enough,"
merchandise, but have always tried to
better the quality of our goods and the
character of our service ::::::
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A Swell Line of Men's Suits
of the well-known Sincerity make,
ranging in price from $6.00 $20.00
All tt6 New Strii Stiles ail Cote at a Saying of from $2 to $5 tie Suit
TO BE CONVINCED JUST GIVE US A CALL
& IT C1ST1S NOTHING TO LOOK &
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Do You Save Money?
If not, it would be a good plan to begin NOW, by opening a SAVING
ACCOUNT with tliis strong, conservative bank, and forming the habit of
systematically laying aside part of your salary each week or month so that
sickness or lack of employ ment will not find you unprepa ed.
Remember we Welcome Small Deposits One Dollar will Open Your Account.
DO IT TO-DAY IX) NOT WAIT until you have "more money" You
have "put it off" before for that reason.
We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Savings Account
No matter where you live you can make deposits or withdrawals by mail,
or call at the bank in person.
Wo are prompt in acknowledging deposits, and all luim-tla for with
drawals are complied with by return mail.
First National Bank
KINGSBURY HATS
NEW SPRING STYLES
OFFICIAL PROCEED
INGS COUNTY COURT
Couny court met in an adjourned
mmIod on Wednesday, the 3rd day of
April, 1907, with the following pres
ent: A. E. Lake, oouuty judge; H.
J. Hlbberd, county commissioner; O.
II. Btonghton, county commissioner;
8. Bolton, county clerk; when the
following prooeediugg were bad, to
witt In the matter of the petition of H.
0. Cooper et al, to Ibhsb the Cow Can
yon oounty roHd, petition toad and
continued tor further consideration.
in the matter ot the salary of dep
uty oounty clerk, the salary ot F. K.
Angle, deputy oounty clerk Is fixed at
1100 per month from April lit, 1907.
In the matter of the salary of depu
ty sheriff, the salary ot K. B. Wood,
deputy abeiltf, is fixed at 190 ,pw
month from April 1st, 1907.
The following bills weie examined
and the clerk ordered to draw war
rants in payment of same.
U Wetuiore, work roads, f 100.
Benton Mays, juror oir court, 41.
J Harnett, same. f&
I P Joles, same, f'i
W Halgt, same, 91
L L Moartney, same, 110,
Henry Jewell, same, HO,
II P Steers, same, 91
Beth Morgan, same, $10.
John Dolshel, wit diatrlot att, $4.60.
Fredda Dolshel, same, $1.00.
Ward & Roheitsou, use ambulanoe,
15.
Hill & Robinson, supplies roads,
122.25.
Wm J Bruner, same, $14.05.
Ferd II Dletzel, rebate tax. $120.19.
W O ObriHt, work roads, $7.50.
Beal & Co, supplies roads, $420.
J L Richards, saly supvr K 1) 22,
$113.75.
Bisters of Mercy, care paupers, $20.
Geo tChamherlau, suppplies roads,
$16.
J B Uolt, work sheriff's office, $42.
Henry Lorenzen, money for It D 11,
$100.
G R Castnor, fruit Inspector,
$112.75.
J Like, hauling, 75o.
J ft Nlokeluen, work Hood River,
$16.
Hood River Ulaoier, printing, $9.
Bexton & Waltber, supplies oounty
roads, $124.05.
I. 0. Niokolsen, supplies, $4.00.
J O Stout, woik li D 19, $8.
J M Filloou, justice peaoe fees.
$17.90
James Harper, oousable fees, $10.
John Crate, wit justice court, $1.50.
K V Gibons, same, $1.50.
Mark Sullivan, same, $1.50.
Mablon Borders, same, $1.50.
Fred Wiight, same, $1.50.
F 0 Sexon, same, $1.50.
W S Wolsey, same, $1.50.
W A Johnston & Co, supplies roads,
$347.25.
L L Lane, same, fii.50.
Lane & Sexton, same, $.13.05.
B Bolton, iuoidoutalx, $15.75.
F S Gunning, supplies roads, $37.30.
Matt Schoreu, supplies roads, $1.05.
Bohn & MoNamara, printing, $7.50.
Printx & Nitschke, supplies court
house, $3.
A G Stogsdill, stamps eto, $3.80.
The Optimist, supplies and printing,
$56.50.
W L DiUlnger, supvr K D 14,' $9.50.
J M Lenz, money spe K D 8, $200.
Seutert & Condon, telephone rent
$3.
Cbronlole Pub Co, printing, $18.80.
The Greenlee Co, applies roads,
$5.95.
H C Liebe, care clook, $15.50.
Gbar hotel, boaid paupers, $20.75.
J H Gill, supplies puopeis, $16.05.
Dalles hositai, care paupers, $76.
8oow & Upson, supplies toads,
$31.70.
H 0 Hart, work roads, $7.60.
U J Hlbbard, saly conimissoner,
$29.40.
H J Hibbsrd, oounty roads, $8.
M Z Donnell, stamps, $5.
J D Doaglass, money for R D 23,
$300.
A E Crosby, medicine paupers,
$28.80.
llarry Clough, repairs court : house,
$9.15.
Wm Shiohelford, rebate tax, $2.80.
J W Koontz.Jsame, $1,
5 Cbas. MoClay, same, $5.00.
f Robt Mays est, same, $2.95.
y.- .i -r i i t nr
X 11 iewnsuury, tmuiu, i. jv.
D A Anthony, same, $2.80.
H L Kuok, lepairs court bouse, $6.
Chas II Stoughton, rebate tax, $4.42.
1 Paolflo Tel & ,1'el Co, phone reut,
10.25.
Benton Mays, juror, $10.
M Henderson,, juror, $10.
Vincent Circle, juror, $10.
B F Eadleman. money R D 5, $100.
liana Lage, same 6, $200.
F H Blagg, same 3, $200.
, F A Masses, same 7, $200.
A E Lake, supplies and trans pau
pers, $19.05.
Cbas. II. Stoughton, salary commis
loner, $26.
Chronicle Pub Co, printing ct pro
oeedlngs, $9.
J Kdglngton, examining insane, j.
Hill fc Robinson, supplies roads,
$20.75.
W Haynes, supplies roads, $16.05.
L L Davis, money R 1) 17, $200.
S W Chtlders, juror, $10.
Court adjourned.
A E Lake, Judge.
11 J Hibbard, oommissiouer.
C H Stoughton, commissioner.
Attest: S Bolton, clerk.
BY THE WAY.
According to Gov. Hoke Smith, $7,
000,000,000 of tho $13,000,000,000 cap
Italizaion ot the American railroads
oould be oairied away in tin cups and
soaked up with a sponge.
"Quit a shovin' me, now," says the
president to be third termers.
The young Cbioago man who clean
ed up a million in Wall street in a
day lacked tbe lamb like quultities
that might have endeared him to the
people of the unanoial district.
Mr. Cleveland's birthday falls on
Maroh 16, and Mr. Bryan's on March
19. Happily, 'gonial ami kimihearted
St. Parlok tills in the gap and pre
vents trouble.
A London literary critic thinks
that laughter is unmoral. Physicians
say that It is a splendid aid to diges
tion. Shall we be moially dyspeptio
or unmorally happyr
There's nobody smart enough when
he grows up to live up to the reputa
tion bis parents gave him when he
wai a baby.
The Thaw trial is dragging along at
about the same paoe as the Pennsyl
vania legislature.
Of course, an alienist may answer a
13,000 word hypotheioal question any
way be pleases, and with perfeot safe
ty. How Is any one to prove that bis
answer Isn't true, except by the testi
mony of another alienist; ami then
no one would know any mote than he
knew in the beginning.
A writer In a woman's magazine
wants to know why men wear suspen
ders. For one reason, because they
do not understand the gentle art of
making one pin hold up and together,
some seven or nine yards ot olotb.
Pittsburg and Alleghney City are
to be consolidated In this way, per
haps Pittsburg hopes to raise its gen
eral average in deportment.
Spooner resigned from the senate so
that be might practice bts profession
and make more money.
Says the Kaiser: "And what would
my colleague Roosevelt think if I act
ed contrary to his theory of bard
work and lltttle play?" He would
think you a weakling that cught to be
exposd on Mount laygetus.
A Detroit man is asking tor a di
vorce because bis wife compels him
to do toe house work. If she does not
compel him to acoompany her on her
shopping expeditions, he s'ill has
something to be thankful for, and
should keep quiet.
lt is announced that another rovo
lution is, "brewing" in Russia. Rub
sla must be a regular brewery.
It Insanity experts are to have a
hearing at every murder trial, it may
soon become impossible to punish any
man who commits a orime hue in a
rage, unless it is made a (capital
ottense to experience a brain storm.
The post office department is being
critiolsed for permitting the poetotHoe
of (Jberryree in Pennsylvania, to be
changed to Skiddoo. It is probable
the petition for another change signed
byt he 23 inhabitants will be consid
ered.
The Chicago' women seem to value
husbands somewhat high. One ot
them says that women of that town
would sell their hubbies tor $50,000.
But who would give anything like
that sum for a Chicago hen-pecked,
fed-from-tbe-can sort of a man?
Mr. Bryan is still praising Mr.
Roosevelt. It may be embarrassing
to have to take back some things II
they are rivals tor the next presiden
cy.
Amerloun styles are showing a de
cided Japanese tendency. Toklo may
yet develop ambitions to take the
place of Paris.
That Is a proud boast that Booker
Washington makes when be says you
cannot Mud a single prisoner in any
jail who holds a degree from Tuskegee
Institute. Education does not in
crease crime.
A Missouri woman is very angry
with ber borne paper, beoause in writ
Ing up ber husband's death the editor
said: "He has gone to a happier
home." This creates doubt as to
where she thinks th deoeased really
went. Either place might be bap
pier. Mr. Bryan's latest platform s: "1
am a Drive te citizen and expect tc so
remain." Will Mr. Roosevelt yet be
foroed to swipe that also?
Missouri's newly created bee in
spector will do well to inspect the
bumble bees at a respeoable distanoe,
A Kentucky gentleman boasts "16
acres of the finest mint in the woild.
Spring has evidently arrived in Ken
tucky, and it is now the open season
for juleps.
How to Avoid Appendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually constipated.
Oriuo Laxative Fruit Syup cures
ohronio constipation by stimulating
the liver and bowels and restores the
natural aotion of the bowels. Orino
LaxHtive Fruit Syrup does not nause
ate or giipe and Is mild and pleasaut
to take Refuse substitutes. Clarke
Drug Co.
Accident Carries a Moral.
A dispatch to the Chicago Tribune
from Richmond, Vs., says Mrs. O. H.
Lewis was tsken to the Virginia State
hospital, the victim of an accident
which carried a moral for other wom
en. She was in her yard, hanging the
week's washing on a line and pinning
the clothes up with ordinary pins
These she osrried safely in ber mouth
until she sneezed suddenly and swal
lowed at least a dozen ot them.
Slnoe then she has suffered intense
agony audat the hospital It was said
ber oondition was ctltioaL
EUREKA.
Yes, I Have Found It at Last.
Found what! Why that Chamber
lain's Salve cures eczema and airman
ner of itching ot the skin. 1 have
been afHioted for many year with
skin disease. I had to get on three
or tour times fevery nlght and wash
with cold water to allay the terriblle
itohlng, but sinoe using this. salve in
December, 1905, the Itching bas
stopped and has net troubld me. El
per John T. Ongley, Rootvllle, Pa.
For sale by Keir fc Cass.
Farm for Rent
Fine farm, 80 acres cleared, two smsll
orchards in bearing, team aud all nec
essary implements for cultivation.
House, barn, poultry house, good water,
spring aud well. Pasture land. Only
six miles from town. Will furnish
seep wheat for this year's crop. Apply
to W. J. BAKER, Hood River, Ore.
Why
have a torpid liver when Ilerblne, the
only liver regulator will help you?
There Is no reason why you should
suffer from dyspepsia, constipation,
chills and fever or any liver com
plaints, when Il6rbine willl cure you.
F. C. Walte, Weetville, Fla., writes:
"I was sick for a month with chills
and fever, and after taking two bottles
of Herbine, am well and healthy."
Sold by Cbas. N. Clarke.
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 Volumes and Case
I Delow will be be found the names of some of the pro
I U nrressive firms in Hood River who make this most
popular and liberal offer: This elegant library and)
handsome case will be given by vote to the Lodge, So-j
ciety, Church or School in Hood River securing the
largest number of votes in the following manner : l he
business men listed below will give with Each Ten
Gent Purchase one vote. The contest begins Ma rch I
1, and ends August 1, 1907. A ballot box has k'en
placed in Hall and Esson's drug store where the votes
are to be deposited. At the close of the contest the
the church, school, society or lodge having the largest!
number of votes will be awarded the library. Current
accounts, when promptly paid will be entitled to votes.
Remember votes can only be secured by trading with
the merchants listed below. Each week the Hoodl
River Glacier will announce the standing of the contestant.
The library and case are now on exhibition in the
show window of L. II. Muggins & to.
White Salmon Bargains
1 GO acres unimproved land 11 miles out for only
$1,000. 100 acres unimproved, G miles out. About
10 acres cleared balance hilly, house and barn, for
only $1 ,800. 10 acres, 2 miles out. Little cleared.
House on it, for 1,000. 18 acres, S miles out.
7 acres cleared, bearing orchard on it, $2,000. See
R. FIELD,
The Rustling Real Estate Man
WHITE SALMON, WASH.
WOOD & SMITH BROS. W. M. STEWART
Grocers Furniture and. Hardware
L. H. IIUUOINS & CO. HALL & ESSON
Dry Coods, Shoes, Clothing Drugs
J. K. NICKELSEN Mm. ABBOTT
Vehicles & Farm Implements Millinery and Fancy Coods
CENTRAL MARKET HOOD RIVER GLACIER
Th. C. Yoi'.so, Prop. Programs, Calling Cards, In
(Successor to A. S. Bent) vltatlons, Society Work
L.
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Buy Your Fruit Boxes
AT THE
Hood River Box Factory
and Patronize Home Industry.
Best Quality Lowest Price
Home Made
Phone Main 71
St
The Club Cafe
T. W. DeBUSSEY
PROPRIETOR
Meals at all Hours from 250 up
Best Two-Bit Meal in the City
T-Bone and Porterhouse
Steaks our Specialty
Next Door to Reed's Cigar Store, Hood River, Ore.
a T. RAWSON.
F. H. STAN TOM
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Etock Grown on Full Roots.
We dosiro to let our friends and patrons know
that for the fall planting we will have and can sup
ply in any number
Cherry, Pcnr,Apricot,Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all the standard varietiea of apple trees. Can
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitien
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSQN & STANTON, Hood River. Or.
COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES ON
Century vSpray Pumps
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
SPRAY HOSE
Vermorel Nozzles Double and Single.
Bordeaux Nozzles Double and Single.
Deming-Vermorel Nozzles Double and Single
Bambo Extensions, Hose Couplings, 11 j n r tt
Nozzle Connections, Valves, Etc. NOnOn milll
PRICES RIGHT, QUALITY BEST IWIIVII U iJillllll
Boys Suits
We are closing out a
line of Boys' Suit3, all
wool long pants, Etc.
$10.00 values reduced to $7.00
A full line Ladies', Misses' ocr
and Children's Golf Gloves
A L. CARMICHAEL
HOOD niVEIl HEIGHTS
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NOW IS THE TIME to trade your old Stove in, on
A NEW RANGE
The Big New and Second-Hand Store
is the place. We buy, sell and exchange anything inFurniture, Stoves, Carpets, Tin and
Graniteware, Crockery, and in fact EVERYTHING salable.
Come in and be convinced that we can SAVE YOU MONEY.
Phono 1053
O. P. DABNEY & CO., Proprietors.