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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1911)
HOOD RITKR GLACIER, ffnujlSpAY, AUGCSTjlO, 1911
Before you buy. We ask you to call and inspect our
complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture,
Stoves and Iianges. Everything in house furnishings
We will take your old furniture or stoves
in exchange for NEW GOODS.
O. P. DABNEY & SONS
Guaranteed Cheapest Outfitter
Charter Oak Stoves
("uK. Foikiii am Statu Srs.
LESLIE HUTU II, Pres. TKl MAN BUTLER, Caahier
Butler Banking Company
Hood River, Oregon
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
Safe Deposit Boxes
HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT CO.
J. M. HrilMKI.T7.KK
F. A. Bishop
'Accuracy" is Our Motto
Office In New lleilbronner Building
Phone 23 HOOD RIVER, ORE.
Ought to investigate the merits and results
of spraying with
Wm. Cooper and Nephews
TREE SPRAY FLUIDS
The only scientific Sprays produced. Desrip
tive Pamphlets and Sprays at
D. McDONALD, Local Agt.
CHARLES O. ROBERTS, General Agent
247 Ash St., Poi tland, Ore.
We have storage space for all kinds
of goods in a concrete building
Our Tranfer Wagons Will Move
Complete Transfer Service
Transfer & Livery Co.
H. T. K AW SON
F. 11. STANTON
HOOD RIVER NURSERY
Stock Grown on Full Root.
We desire to let our friends ami patrons know that for the full planting we will
have and can supply iu any imnilx-r
Cherry, Pear, Apricot, Peach and Plum Trees
Grape, Currant and Berry Plants .
Shade and Ornamental Trees
Also, all the standard varieties of Apple Trees. Can supply the trade with
plenty of Newtown, SpiUenberg and Jonaehan apple tree
Rawson & Stanton, Hood River, Ore
YE tar druak, O my friend, to th
T hv touted th valiant and
To th ret of th rth y bv drunk
In your mirth.
To th win yuu hav lifted your aong.
It la ll-tr.ey ar worthy, my brother.
A aught that th flrmamrnt (pane.
But I pieda you a health to th olhr
A health to th "also rant."
To th men who went down In th atruf
To the runner who finished unplaced.
To the weak and to youii. the unknown,
Th depruved. th oppressed, th dia
gramed. T ar blooded, developed, completed;
They were bred without stamina, clsss.
Tl to them, th aurpaaMd, th defeated,
1 bow aa I drain my flaa.
Who ar y that ahould dar to reject
Do ye know what th handicap weigh
ed? Did y suffer th pain, run th race, atand
That y aroff at th pace that they
It may be that they ran overweighted.
It may be they were left at the poat
Far or near, 'tl to them, th til fated,
I bow a I drink my toast.
They hav loat; they ar 111; they ar
T have won; ye are well; ye ar strong.
By th drop that they bled, by th teare
that they ahed.
By your mirth, by your win, by your
By all that has e'er helped to aweetan
Your Uvea, by your hopes, by your
I pled you th health of the beaten,
Th health of th "alao rana."
Los Angela Herald. '
At th Wrong Door.
Wandering Willy Couldn't yon
please let uie bave some cold wlttles,
Mrs. Hussey Cold victuals! Do yon
tlrtnk that tills la a delicatessen store?
ri ill iir
Aa to Honity.
The ninn who would not trust
. . anybody else gives himself a
" poor recommendation. Chicago
H"MH"1"H 1 l"l-l"l-l--H"l-H"W
Uad to 8lot Machine.
The matinee performance was about
half over when a distracted looking
womuu with a curly liulred youuKster
of six sought out ttie muu In the box
There are boxes on your chairs In
there," she begun, "and they say drop
a nickel In uud get a box of candy."
"Yes, I see," asserted the man iu the
"Well," she continued Indlguautly,
"I dropped a ulckel In for my little
"And couldn't you get the candy?"
queried the box otllce inuu. "Wait,
I'll see If we enn get It out."
"Oh. yes." answered the woman, "I
got the candy, all right, but 1 couldn't
get the ulckel out."
And to the ticket man at least this
remark furnished a mure dramatic
mumeut than any la tho play. Louis
"I suppose, Jennie, you wouldn't
waut to go to the concert Wednesday
In your old hut?"
"You deur thing! I couldn't possi
bly think of Hhowiug myself In It,"
"ThHfs what 1 thought, so 1"
"Bought only one ticket to the con
cert" Meggeudorfer Ulutter.
"Does your wife do the cooking on
the day the muld goes out?"
"How does that suit you?"
"It doesu't bothw me any. I always
get a good meul Just before I go
home." Cleveluud I'luiu Dealer.
A Motto For Your Wall.
In Idleness many discourage
ments lurk. The very best way
to kill time Is to work. Life.
"Do you obey the Bible injunction
to love your neighbor?"
"1 tried to, but she wouldn't let me."
Ther la a new world out In apae
Just being made of starry stuff.
Why should this fret the human rac?
Th on w hav Is good enough.
Do not forget that Sherwin Williams
Arsenate of Lead will not create black
spots on your apples. For sale by McDonald.
Singer and Wheeler A Wilson styles
Prices and terms to suit everyone. Re
pairing and attachments for all kinds of
machines. Ollice with Onthank A Ot
ten. A. II. Stone, agent Singer Co.,
AT THE 6ATL
St. Peter Quiuaa American Wife and
Civ Hr Something to Do.
T EXT!" called St Peter.
iH A tall, comely woman arose
from the bench a lid came for
ward graciously. She was dressed
rather for style than for comfort Her
clothe rustled vulgarly, and her balr
was manifestly different from what
God Intended It to be.
"Name, please?" f j t
"I am the American wife." V -
"Are you aure?"
"nere U my marriage certificate."
"I mean are you aure you bave been
"As to that, I"-
"Wuat do you understand tbe quali
fications of a wife to be?"
"To take charge ot tbe household
"And do as little as possible In it
"But yon could not expect me to do
tbe heavy work, could you?"
"You expected other women to do
the heavy work."
"Servants! They are a different
"And you were peevish when they
didn't do It just so."
"And you were always complaining
that things weren't going right"
"And w hen your husband came home
t night be bad to bear all your little
ailments, physical, mental, domestic
"But lon't you"
"Your Idea all the time being to di
"Ifrom real usefulness of all kinds
In order that you might engage In the
most trifling occupations."
"Don't you think a woman should
have some pleasure In life?"
"Sitting around tbe bridge table or
at tbe matinee uud eating rich food
until you got fat and then haunting
beauty doctors until you got thin
wasn't that your highest Ideal of pleas
ure?" "1 went to clubs and to church."
"To show your clothes."
"1 had children."
"But you found It a terrible nuisance
to take care of them."
"1 could afford to hire nurses and
"But you couldn't afford to give
them any of your own very valuable
"But my husband didn't want me to
work myself to death."
"No, of course not. It Is no better
to work yourself to death than to loaf
yourself to death. Hut, after all, your
husband has nothing to do with It
We'll deal with him separately. You
bad your own life to live. Ula being
foolish doesn't excuse you."
Tbe American wife burst Into tears
as she saw her chance of beaven fad
"Here, none of that," commnnded St.
Peter. "Tears have no effect on us."
Then be turned to bis clerk. "Clerk,
give this lady a glngbam apron and
set ber to work peeling potatoes and
other odd Jobs. Let me see her again
In about sli months." Ellis O. Jones
The Young Man's Tact.
The man who was having his picture
taken In the photograph gallery was
an Innocent listener to this conversa
tion between two young ladles on the
other side of the screen:
"You know, Kate, I sometimes wear
a long curl bunging down the back of
"Well, when rb.il was calling on me
the other evening he asked me If he
might have that curl, and I Jokingly
said yes. Before I knew what he was
about' he bud taken a little pair of
scissors out of bis pocket aud clipped
It off close to my head."
"Why. tbe Idea! Didn't that make
"Not for the smallest fraction of a
second. I thought It was splendid of
him thut he didn't seize It aud pull It
off." Youth's Companion.
"What we want," sold the agitator,
"Is to get away from tbe tyranny of
"Thut's right" replied the ball play
er. "And It ought to start with a rule
against Ones by tbe umpire." Wash
"Ha!" shouted tbe rich man, peer
ing cautiously over tbe stairway. "I
"Well," chuckled tbe burglar, reach
tug for the silver, "I'm at your serv
ice, sir." Columbian Jester.
And They Turned Him Down.
"I'm a fmld I can't give you any
work. We're hiring about all tbe men
we can use here uow."
"1 know, sir, but you'd never notice
the difference In the little amount I'd
do." Pittsburg Dispatch.
l-I- l-I-l-I-I-t -l t I I iii-l-M-M-l-H-
A Road to Diacovary. "
; ; If there wasn't any such thing
as running for otllce some people . !
would never kuow how uupopu-
lar they are. Atchison Globe.
A Long Time to Wait.
When cow and pig begin to fly
And every robin wear a fei
The popl who make profits by
Maintaining public nuisance
Muy have the common decency
Or be so overcome by sham
That they will voluntarily
liefus to operate th same
Blankets and Quilts
in ti thoroughly sanitary
manner by the
Hood River Laundry Co.
WILL VISIT OREGON
One and possibly two special loads
of Sati Francisco boosters will invade i
Portland and Astoria in bout two'
weeks to fire a few rounds of ammuni-1
tion glorifying the gi eat 1915 Pacific
Panama exposition. So says Frank j
Lowry, a good roads advocate of Cali- (
ornia, who ia the forerunner of the 300
live-wires who will be in Portland on
the excursions. Lowry h an official
delegate to "the highway convention
which met in J'ortland Friday.
"Things are humming along down
in San Francisco now since the site of
the big exposition has been decided
ufMin," said Lowry Friday morning.
"The great boulevard which will con
nect (Jolden Gate Park and Harbor
View, has already been started. The
contractors are busy and the landscape
gardener are planting the trees that
will skirt the famous drive."
It has been decided to have all the
jinks, stunts, hilarity and -concessions
at Harbor View, while all the perma
nent buildings and other features of
asting character will be erected in
Golden .Gate. China and Japan will
erect permanent buildings in which
their exhibits will be housed during
Call for Bids.
The board of direi'tnrs (if tl.u Pino
Grove school district Nn. 7. luin.
sealed bids for the painting of tbe school
uuuuing ami tinting tne walls ot the
school rooms, said building containing
about 41)0 yards of 2 coats exterior work,
and a 2 I'oat triiiiiniiiif. TIih lu,arl r,.
serves the right to reject any or all
uius. r or speculations see U. K. lien
ton, clerk. tf
Advertised Letter List.
August 7, 1911.
Allen, Mrs. Emma: Baptie. Miss H.
May; Bernard, Mrs. Sylvana; Bent,
Mrs. .Frank; Kohler, Miss Minnin;
McKhon, Mrs. F. r.: Koss, Mrs. Grace
Watt; bmith, Mrs. Carrie K. ; Smith,
Miss Ollie; Stame. Miss Annie;
lhomas, Mrs. 11.; barber, W. H. ;
Caton, F. K. ; Colton, James; Foy,
Edward ;Gibben, M. R. : Harvell.
Edwin E. ; Helms, A. C. ; Howell, E.
W. ;Johnson, Carl; Kent, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. ; Lee, Earl; Mark, Frederick;
Mills, George ; Nielsen, L. P.: Rust.
ll.'.C. ; Shunk, A.' H. ; sheppard, Will ;
hmith, Mr. O. ; Stevens. Orlo; Stone,
K. U ; Tervese t, Parhaat ; Webster,
W. A. ; Wheutnn, Frank ; Wood, Harry
C. Jay P. Lucas, Post Master.
1 5 Acres 1 3-4 miles from
postoffice; all in fruit, 9 acres
in orchard; spring water
piped into house and barn;
team, tools, cow and pigs go
with place; good house and
improvements. Will sell rea
sonable on easy terms.
J.T..T..T..T..t..T..Tr T- -- -.
Ten acres near town,
some bearing or
chard, or will trade
for Hood River city
property or Portland
C. S. TRUE
Hood Rlvr, Oregon
is the pleasure haunt in this part of the
country this summer. Its devotees re
joice to learn that they can now go and
coma on a regular schedule, independent
of tides. The popular excursion steamer,
"T. J. POTTER"
leaves Portland, Ash Street dock,
DAILY. EXCEPT SATURDAY
AND SUNDAY. 8:30 A. M.
SATURDAYS ONLY, 1:00 P. M.
Also the steamer "HASSAI.O" leaving
Portland daily, except Sunday, at 8:tK)
p. in. (Saturday ut 10:00 p.m.)
From All Points in the Northwest
Oregon-Washington Railroad &
Ideal cottage and camp life, a magnifi
cent beach that is not surpassed any
where, genjal and beneficial climate,
and all the comforts of home wit lion t
costing any more than if you remained
Call on or write to any O.-W. 11. & N.
agent for complete information ; also for
copv of our summer book, "Outings in
General Passenger Agent, O.-W. 12. &
K, Co., Portland, Ore.
Hood River Grown"
First Class .
THE KIND THAT GROWS
A Few Dwarf Apple,
Pear and Peach
C. D. Thompson
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Money to Loan on Income
In Quantities from $1,000 to
$20,000, with Interest at 1
W. S. NICIIOL, THE MAN WHO SELLS ORCHARD LAMP
of the Roast
is the big feature of the
dinner. Too often tliat
course has brought em
barrassment upon host
and guests, through the
fault of the market.
MEAT OR FOWL
bought from us can always be relied upon. You
don't have to tell us the quality you want. We sell
you the best there is. Our prices are as low as is
consistent with faultless meat.
HOOD RIVER MARKET
FRANK ('HANDLER W. D. CHANDLER L. E. FOUST
The Columbia Garage
Cor. Sixth and Columbia Streets
Automobile Supplies, Gasoline ami Lubricants, Automobile Re
pairing ft Specialty, tias ami Steum Engines Overhauled,
Bicycles Repaired, (ienerul Machine Work of
Hood River, Ore.
August lO to September 9
The great event of tbe year. It celebrates the coming of while set
tlers in 1811. 'A splendid program for thirty days. Historic buildings
and collections, hydro aeroplanes, army and navy evolutions, concerts,
opera, fireworks, agricultural exhibits and l'acilic Regatta.
Special program furnished on request. Daily round trip fares to
Clatsop Beach on the l'acific allow stops at Astoria.
$7.00, CLATSOP BEACH AND RETURN
Low Round Trips East
August 14, 15, 10, 17, 21, 22, 2;j, 28, 29, 30; Sep
tember 1, 2, 4, 5. 0, 7. Stopovers aud choice of
routes in each direction.
DETAILS WILL BE FURNISHED ON
W. E. COM AN
tien. Freight and Pass. Agt.
K. A. CIBE.RT. Agont
White Salmon, Wash.
Just What You Need
AN EVER-READY PHONE PAD
Did You Ever Forget and leave a mes
sage slip your mind be
fore you could find paper
to write it on?
Did You Ever Have to look around for
a memorandum paper
when taking a message
over the phone?
Did You Ever write a message on a
blotter, the wall or the
furniture and fail to take
Did Y ou Ever Mislay a message after
yon have taken it, whi-n
someone stps in and
Did You Ever Think bow ea-y to have
the memorandum paper
attached to your phone,
and you keep the w hole
day's record in front of
you and check up at your
Price Holder Complete
with Roll of Paper
AJJitiunsI Rolls of Paptr Ten Cents.
FOR SALE AT GLACIER OFFICE