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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1911)
HOOD 1UYER GLACIER, THURSDAY, Al'dl'ST 10. 19U
Hood River Banking
and Trust Co.
We transact veueral banking buHlumi aud
own our own banking property.
Intenwt paid on time and Haviuga drpoalta
EKNEST C. SMITH
Rooms U and 15 Hall Euildin.
Hood River, Ore.
DERBY & STEARNS
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
1121 Twelfth Street, The Heights
HOOD RIVKR - . OREGON
E. 0. DUTRO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Over First National Bauk, Hood
Office Phone 71 Reg. "IB
Hours a to 4 I', M. and by appointment
Drs. Shaw & Bronson
Office iu Eliot Block.
liOlee ii i.e, No. 4. llMideuofl, No. it
E. D. KANAGA
Physician and Surgeon
Phone; : Office 35
Ollice in National
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND KUKUKON.
Teleplumen: OirU;, :; residfUee.iluB .
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYHIC1AM AND bUKGEON.
I'alU promptly aimwer3d lu low u or country,
liny or NikIH.
Telephone: KwiUlt'ui, 16: Office, ltB.
Office lu tut BroMlua Uulldlug.
FC. BR0S1US, M. D.
P1I Y8IC1 AN AND SUKUKON
'V houe C'eutral, or 121.
UIIH'V Kiouin; lu wj 11 A. in., two
Hod 6 to 7 1' M.
1)B. M. H. HHAKP 1)K. KllNA B. MMAK1-
Graduates -f the American School of
OHteopathy, Kirkeville, Mo.
.Office iu Elliot Block.
Home Phone 102 lie. 102-B
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
Hex ma 4, 5 and ti Telephone
Smith building 131
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones: Office 28; residence 28-B
Office over Duller Bauk,
L. A. HENDERSON,
GRADUATE CIVIL ENGINEER
Formerly U. S. Land Surveyor,
Two Doors North of l'ostollloe
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Room 16 Hall Building
All kinds of sub-dividing. Accuracy
A. 0. BUCK
NOTARY PUBLIC AND INSUR
Room 12 Broalms Block
liockenberry & Bartlett
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Hellbronner Building Phone 61
DR. J. SoWERBY
Office hours: 8 to 12, I to 5, 6 to 7
Ferguson Bldtf. Hood Rtv.r
Stranahan & Slaven
Contractors & Builders
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
V. W T.APTT
Contractor and Builder
Estimates on Request
Phone 212 K
and BLUE PRINTING
If eilbronner Bldg.
Hood River ofiice for Newell,
(lossett & Walsh, Consulting
Engineers of Portland.
5-Passenger Maxwell for Hire
Stand Hotel Oregon Rood R'v
Residence t""fe ,12
v . ui' v '-"a. ill i a
rooms and offices make happy homes
and business places. If you are looking
Electrical Lighting of Perfect
you can get it here. All our electrical
supplies, as well as our lighting install
ations, are absolutely perfcclion.
At Always Low Price
Our Work is Guaranteed
Res. Phone 272-M
Real Estate Bulletin
If you want a small home place
close to town at a REAL SNAP don't
fail to investigate this one.
5 1-2 Acres One-half mile out on
macadam road., 1 acre in 20-year-old
trees of good varieties, balance 4 and
5 years old. Good 6 room house, new
ham, modern poultry house and yards;
some strawberries; windmill and stor
age water tank which gives running
water in the house, 5 inches of irrigat
ing water, sprinkling sypteiii for garden.
This is a line little home place and
one that will afford a good income from
the start. Beautiful view of the w hole
valley and both mountains.
PRICE FOR A QUICK SALE $6,250
Guy Y. Edwards & Co.
Office Hotel Oregon Building
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
V. S. MONTGOMERY
Manager for Oregon
JAMES E. MONTGOMERY
Agent in Hood River
Accident and Health Insurance
Office 3rd and Oak Phone 161-M
F. T. ANDERSON
Hood River Heights Phone 225-L
Fruit and Farm
Resident Agents For
Phoenix Assurance Co.
IftoMtof faratehod til klatda at vaik
The Milton Nursery Co.
Offers Hardv Trees from Northeastern
Oregon. Large assortment of fruit,
shade and ornamental stock.
32 Years of Reliability. Address
R.T.Newhall,Agt., Hood River, Or.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VETERINARY SIRUE0S
la prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He can be found by oalllnK at or
phoning to Clarke a drug store.
C. Q. VAN TRESS,
and Notary Publi6
Phone 308 M
FABLES FROM ELI.
Every Observation Has a Moral
of Its Own.
LAMB BLEATS GET THE WOLF
Bambooiling It Eaaier Than the Club.
Pared Down Note Can't Smell A
Talkleaa Man la Alwaya Safe No
Show For a Maligned Cur.
By M. QUAD.
(Copyright. 1811. by Associated Literary
ONE day the Wolf found tba
Lamb wandering In the forest,
and as be caught sight of her
he said to himself:
"Hully gee! But things have come
to a pretty pass when the Lamb comes
and offers herself for my dinner! I
will give thanks and dine on chops."
So saying, be approached the Inno
cent and was about to spring upon ber
when she said:
"Oh, Mr. Wolf, I was looking for
"And you see I can always be found
by a Lamb. What ts wanted?"
"My ma has got hung by the wool
in a thorn tree, and I want you to help
get her free."
"And you shall bare It," said the
Wolf as he licked his chops over the
prospect Right there was more mut
ton than be had bad In six months.
"Right this way. dear Mr. Wolf,"
said the Lamb as she entered a path.
"Mother said you wouldu't come, but I
was sure you would. Oue look Into
your face told me what a kind heart
"Here's hayseed by the bushel!"
chuckled the Wolf as he followed
after. "Won't the old sheep bleat a few
when she catches sight of me!"
The Lamb led the way at a gallop,
and the Wolf followed close behind,
and at the end of a few rods they turn
ed a corner. The Wolf fully expected
to see a struggling sheep, but It was a
shepherd who rose up and gave him
the contents of a shotgun and bowled
Moral. An old dog Fox who had been
concealed In the bracken and seen all
arose and stretched himself and said:
"1 haven't lived lu this cold world
but seven years, but my experience has
taught me that it Is just as easy to
bamboozle a man as It la to hit him
with a club."
The Diacontentad Clam.
One day the Clam paid a visit to the
Sage, and when be bad come into the
presence of the wise man be said:
"O Sage, I am not content with my
lot aud would have you better It for
"But you are a large and Juicy
Clam," replied the Sage, "and no
TUK WHISKEKS WBKB THERE.
doubt you have the respect and good
wishes of all your fellow bivalves.
That ought to be good enough for
"It may appear that way, O Sage,
but of what use is a common Clam?
Am I pretty? Is there anything
stylish about me? Have 1 a Piccadil
ly gait? Why, I never attract a pass
ing glance from any one except the
clam hunter, and be bas never com
plimented me. In fact, 1 beard him
calling his old woman a clam the oth
er day lu a voice of derision. I want
to stand out from my fellows. I want
to be known as the Clam."
The Sage took a long drink from the
bottle aud returned It to his coattall
pocket without offering the Clam any
and then wiped off bis chin to say:
"Urn! Um! Did it ever strike you
that there was auything In long cblu
whiskers such as fake doctors wear
to secure the confidence of clubfooted
"By George, but It bas!" exclaimed
the Clam. "It's Just the cheese.
Gimme long flowing whiskers for the
sea breezes to toy with and I'll ask
for no more. I'd be a mighty poor
coot of a Clam If I couldu't make a
hit with them."
The sage waved his hand, and the
whiskers were there. The Clam strok
ed them lovingly, gave thanks and waa
gone. He bad scarcely begun to show
off, however, when a fisherman came
along and scooped him up and, after
taking a long look at blm. said:
"If be was a Clam I'd chuck blm
into my basket and send blm to mar
ket If he was a dudo I'd sell blm to
a dime museum for 50 cents. Being
be ts neither a Clam nor a dude, I'll
smash bis shell and toss blm aside for
the crows to eat"
Moral. Discontent seldom mean
A. C. Lofts
betterment The man who bad a Ro
man dom pared down lost bU seu
Looking For Wiadom.
One day a Traveler w ho w as making
bis way along the seashore espied an
Owl perched on the branch of a tree,
and at the water's edpe revised a
Clam. The Owl winked and biiuked,
but preserved silence, aud the Clam
kept Its shell tightly closed and gave
"Ah. but here Is wisdom in chunks!"
exclaimed the Traveler. "1 tlnil.t not
that both of these could give me valu
able advice if 1 could ouly prevail umu
them to break through their silence."
Thereupon he coaxed and entreated,
and at the end of half an hour his ef
forts were crowned with iunw. The
Owl opened his mouth and gave utter
ance to a dismal hoot, and the Clam
opened Its shell and yawned sleepily.
"Good lands, but Is that all!" ex
clalmed the Traveler tn disgust as he
turned away. "The one but opened his
Month to make discord and the oilier
his shell to show that be Imd no
Moral The man who never t:i!ks can
be criticised only for what he doesn't
No Eacapo For tho Rat.
The Householder, having set a trap
and caught a Itat In his cellar, was
proceeding to draw water to drown his
Tlctlm when the Rodent called out:
"How now, man why do you wish
for my death?"
"Because you ate my cheese," was
"But you have no cheese In the
"Then you ate my pickles." .
"But no rat eats pickles."
"Then you gnawed a hole In my
coat," persisted the householder.
"Here It is before your eyes."
"I deny It. That hole came from a
burn, as any one can see."
"That may possibly be the case, but
your squealing when you found your
self lu the trap greatly disturbed me.
I thought sure It was a cat tight."
"You are still dodging the truth, sir.
When 1 found myself a prisoner 1 was
so surprised that I made no noise
whatever. You have no excuse for
putting me to death."
"Oh, but 1 have," replied the house
bolder as the trap went into the tub.
"It's not that you actually ate the
cheese I didn't have, but that you
would have eaten it If I hud had
Moral.-Glve a dog a bad uame aud
he has no show.
Some time a so there was a flood In
British Columbia. An old fellow who
had lost nearly every thing he possess
ed was sitting on the roof of his house
as It floated along, when a bout ap
proached. "Hello. Jim."
"Are your fowls all washed away,
"Yes, but the ducks can swim," re
plied the old man.
"Apple trees gone?"
"Well, they said the crop would be
a failure anyhow."
"I see the flood's away above your
'That's all right, Bill. Them win
ders needed washln' anyhow.'1 House
One would have It that a collie Is the
most sagacious of dogs, while the oth
er stood up for the Better.
"I once owned a setter," declared the
latter, "which was very intelligent. 1
bad him on the street one day, and he
acted so queerly aliout a certain man
we met that I asked the mnu his
"Oh, that's an old story!" the collie's
advocate broke In sneerlngly. "The
man's name was Partridge, of course,
and because of that the dog came to a
set. Ha. ha! Come again!"
"You're mistaken," rejoined the oth
er suavely. "Tlio dog didn't come
quite to a set, though almost. As a
matter of fact, the man's name was
Quayle, and the (log hesitated on uc
couut of the spelling!" Lippiucott's.
Regardleaa of Insurance.
We never realize the value of
a thing till we have lost It. This
applies particularly to losing a
leg in a railroad accident New
Tollce Justice (to sable witness)
Has the defendunt a reputation for ve
Suhle Witness (with reference to
equally sable defendant) Fo voracity!
Why, mighty Guhr'el, yo' ounuh, I's
see dat dub coou cat a hull barn!
Where He Waa.
"Did you say when your husband
comes home very lute at night be al
ways brings you a novel?"
"No, I didn't I said be always
brought home a lot of fiction." St.
A Futile Quest.
"Dubbs Is advertising for an office
boy who doesn't like baseball."
"He might as well try to find that
mythical pot of gold at the end of a
rainbow." Birmingham Age-Herald.
Not In Real Life.
Though he was false.
She loved him still.
But 'twas In the sketch
At the vaudeville.
12 Acres on the East Side, 10
acres in trees. 2 J acres, 9-year-olds;
?4 acre in 4-year-olds; remain
der cet this spring. Balance oak
grove. Beautiful building site, w hich
commands a glorious view of the
E. C. NAPER
Rout 1 Box 80
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For the Week Ending Saturday, August
Mrs. R. I). Loomis
Mrs. Uayaril Simonton
THE BEST SUGAR FORTHIS WEEK PER SACK
Dependable Making Powder 2'a
pound can for $ .75
Dependable Extracts, 4 oz. 55c,
8 oz T. 1.00
Best Head Rice, per pound ",8'n
Japan Rice, per pound .05
Extra quality small White
Beans, per pound 05
Coffees -o pound can Arlington
Our Terms Are
Solicits your trade when you are in the market for any tool to cul
tivate yDur farm or harvest your crop.
Osbourn Disc Harrows
Peg- Tooth Harrows
P. & O. Disc Harrows
Hand and Power Pumps
Wire-wound Spray Hose
Deoring and Osbourne
Mowers and Binders
FOR CLEARING LAND
Stump Pullers Powder, Caps and Fusa
BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES
Agent for Harley Davidson Motor Cycles; I. H. C. Gasoline Engines
and Ideal Irrigtion Pumps.
f!nll ;irwl mnke vnur wants known. It does not cost anvthins? to look at troods. and
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might be profitable to both of us. Yours very truly,
3rd and Cascade Streets HOOD RIVER, OREGON
The W. G. Aldred
Crushed Rock, Sand
This Contest Will Last For Six
Kent & Garrabrant
Confectionery, Cigars and
Don't ride miles out of
your way to get Rub
ber Mailing, but drive
direct to the f
GLACIER STAMP WORKS
For Your Perfect Printing Rubber Stamps
HAVE YOU SEEN
at our store? We are
going to give it away
absolutely free to the
person who has the
largest number of votes
at the close of our eon
test. For every cent of
4 purchases at our .store
. im i i
; you are enutieu 10 one
5, the Vote Stood:
Edna Thornburry 5,085
lluth Vaughn 5,025
Nellie Hart 4,555
Helen Dark 1,500
Florence Stevens 2,025
Qaaaa ibiVIbbVIIj is
Club, Golden West and M. J.
B., per can 1.00
All 50c Bulk Teas at 40
Folger's 50e package 30
Mason Pts 55c; QtsG5c; half gal. 85c
Schram pts 75c ; qts 85c ; ' ' $1. SO
Economy pts 85; qts $1.10 " $1.10
We Sell Cheaper
Spring Tooth Harrows
Sherwin-Williams Arsenate Lead
Hods and Nozzles
Carriers, Forks, Track and Rope
CJ O f
LOANS, RENTING, COLLECT
ING AND INSURANCE
A Hwllty of Clly Property, Rt-sideuoe
LntH, and Smiill Tracts Clone lu. For
Bargain call on or addrexs
T. D. TWEEDY
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