The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 14, 1911, Image 4

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    HOOD RIVEIi GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1911
GRANGE WILL DONATE 'STREET IMPROVEMENT
HOOD RIVER TEACHERS
NUMBER FIFTY EIGHT
PROPERTY FOR PARK
PROGRESSES FAST
With but one or two exceptions the
teachers of the Hood River county
schools have becun their work. There
are 16 school districts in the county
with 58 teachers, the teachers and
their respective districts are as fol
lows: District No. 1, Cascade Locka--K.
A. Myers, principal; Miss Marie
Kassmu&en and Mi.ss Grace Harter,
assistants; District No. 2, Frankton
I'rof. J.-K. .StubU, principal; Miss
Esther C'llile, Miss Ella Davidson and
Miss Edna Merchant; Colun.hia school,
Miss Lera linker; District No. 3, Hood
Kiver schools-I'rof. K. K. Coad, su
perintendent of city school?; J. O. Mc
Laughlin, pricipal .f h'K'h echool ;
I,. U. Gibson, Jese W. Crite, Miss
Mary liarton, Mhs Florence Furrow,
Miss llattie L. Urur.ijiiiht and Mii
Alice Homing, hih school fuei;!ty;
Miss fVssip dinette, tirinci: al of ra'f
View school: Miss AIiha ISniyman
principal of I'ark street tchool; Miss
Vivalee Clapp, Mis Ann vanreti,
Miss Lulu M. Tidd, Miss Anna llea:h,
Miss Frances Evans, Miss M:iude How
ard. Miss Lizzie K. Cixiper. Miss l'earl
Eby, Miss Jennie LVuine:ton, Miss
Vera Stewart. Miss Lulu Hicks and
Miss Alta i'oole, assistants in city
Fi hoolf ; District No. 4, Karrett -Mrs.
Mary M. I.aughlin, prinrpal; Miss Lily
liliick, Miss Florence liiu-tiaiian aid
Mrs. Clara LS. Steele, assistants : Fpst
Hum U-Miss Ivy C. Peterson; Dis
riot No. 5, Odell-H. Lee I!!ck, prin
cipal; Miss Delia Hush and Miss
Florence 2'-''tv. assistants; District
No. 0, Mt. Hood Miss Gertrude Irwin,
principal, Otto V. 1'urceli, Miss Pe'trl
Seveirs, and Miss Hilda Tooze, assist
ants; District No. 7. Fine Grove -Mrs.
Amy Gove, principal, Miss Anna
C. Godherfoii, Miss Evelyn and Miss
(irace Turney, assistants; District No.
M, Valley Crest Miss lilunche Khalian;
District No. U, Klondvke Miss Mary
Montgomery; District No. 10 No
school; District No. 11, Crapper Miss
Jielnia Hukari and Miss Florence Wil
son; District No. 12, not supplied.
; District No. Ill, Dukes V'Hlliy
F. N. McKitrick and Miss Zona Miller;
District No. It, Dee Miss Anna Wil
son and Miss Nellie Coad ; District No.
15, Wyeth Miss O. I. Calkins; Dis
trict No. 1(5, Fir Miss Elizabeth Moss.
VICTOR MURDOCH
TO DELIVER LECTURE
The (irst number of tho lyeeum
course to be presented to local patrons
turn winter at the Ileiluronner mill
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid
of the United Urethral church, will be
the lecture of Congressman Victor
Murdock, of Kansas, who will speak
next 'Ihursday, a week from tonight.
Kepresentativo Murdock is a member
of the Progressive wing of the Repub
lican party. Wherever he has spoken,
he has been lauded by the press be
cause of his clear cut ideas and enter
taining delivery. The address of the
congressman from Kansas will he
highly educational as he will discuss
in.iny phases of the Washington poli
tician's life. Representative Murdock
will be followed by five other excellent
entertainers. Hruce Amsbary, a fa
mous lecturer, will appear on the night
of October ti. He will be followed by
JoselTy, the noted magician and lec
turer, who is dated for November M.
'i'hu Appollo Concert Company, said to
be among the finest instrumental musi
cians in the country, 'Hie Rohhey Male
Quartet and Homer lfarnhart, in novel
recital work, will appear in January.
February and March.
Rubber Stamps at the Glacier olline
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Visit Our Women's Suit
Nearly every day now brings us new Suits and Coats
from the Broadway makers of the celebrated "Indian Head"
line. Keep in touch with these stocks, the time for fall
suits and coats is here, and you have our positive assurance
that you can own your fall suit and coat at A SAVING if
you get it here.
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BRAGG
The members of the Park Grange,
finding tnat their treasury is not able
to meet the payment of a mortgage
against the property for the Bum of
$1000, which fell due Tuesday, are cir
culating a petition asking the citizens
of the West Side and City to raise the
amount. In the event the money is
raised, the Grange will assign all of
its legal rights to a corporation in
order that the property may be held as
public park for the citizens of the
Liitv at.l county. The property, on a
conservative estimation, is worth
So,'"). A substantial building is lo
cated among the hand.-orne trees of
the ten aero tract, which is situated
but two nub s and a half from town.
The site offers an excellent location
tor public park, and the citizens
will undoubtedly respond to the offer
of the Grange.
The following is the petition that is
being circulated :
We the undersigned, residents of the
Hood Kiver Valley, in Hood Kiver
county, State of Oregon, hereby asso
ciate ourselves together for the pur
pf.e of forming a corporation, the
object of which shall be the develop
ment of the physical and rrental capac
ity of its members and others and to
that end subscribe the amount of
munev set opposite our names respec
tively, and agree to pay such sums of
money to the officers, or truBtees.Jof
this corporation to be elected here
after, upon the demand of such
officers, or trustees, and at the time
and in the amounts to be by them pro
vided. The name ot said corporation
shall be the West Side Park Associa
tion, and its purpose and the object
ot this corporation primarily, is to
take over and own in perpetuity, for
the lienefit of its members and the
public generally, the ten acres of land,
more or less, owned by the Park
Grange.
BILLY SUNDAY
PICKS GIANTS
Rev. William ("Hilly") Sunday, ex-
major league baseball star, who for
sook the sward to be an evangelist, in
1891. but who still retains his rank as
one of the greatest baseball authorities
of the day, picks the New York Giants
to win the National League pennant
and the world's championship this fall.
The famous wielder of biblical epi
grams was a Portland visitor Satur
day, enroute to Chicago from Hood
River, where he has been superintend
ing work on 40 acres of apple orchard
purchased with the fruits of evangel
ical exhortation. Mr. Sunday has been
assigned by Collier's to choose an All
American basebull team and dropped
in for a chat over Vean Gregg's sensa
tional heaving for Cleveland this sea
son.
"I have great faith in 'Muggsy Mc-I
Graw, and while Connie Mack is un
doubtedly a great tactician and leader,
the Giants, 1 must confess, look the
best to me." So said Ex-Centerfielder
Sunday, throwing olf for a moment all
spiritual thermostatic incumbrances, :
as he gazed long and fondly over the
baseball columns "of a morning news
paper. Roscoe Fawcett in Sunday'
Oregoman.
A Dreadful Sight
to II. J. Rurniim, of Fieeville., N. Y.,
was the fever sore that had plagued bis
lite for years in spite of many remedies
ho tried. At last lie used llucklen's Ar
nica Kalve and wrote: "it hss entirely
healod with scarcely a Bear left." Heals
Hums, lioils, Eczema, Cuts, Iiruises,
Swellings, Corns and Piles like inngic.
Only 2fe at Clias. N. Clarke.
SWEET0RR GUAR
ANTEED TROUSERS
Just Received and Placed on Sale
This Week
It is needless for us to go into any lengthy discourses on
the merits of these excellent and well known garments,
which carry the manufacturer's guarantee, which is a real
guarantee of entire satisfaction. Maximum service, at an
altogether reasonable price. We now show them in good
assortment in regular and peg top styles and we call your
particular attention to our large assortment jC SO
25 Men's and Young Men's Suits J pri"0
which we are closing out at 2 1 I lit
Hanan Shoes for Men
and Women
Also new fall stocks from other reliable manufac
turers are now here ready for your choosing. We
have made special efforts and are offering you foot
wear which we can "honestly" recommend to you
for style and service. All sizes, all widths, all leathers.
WOMEN'S SHOES $2.00 TO $6.00. MEN'S SHOES
$2.50 TO $8.00
Experienced Shoe Fitters to Wait on You
MERCANTILE CO.
In all parts of the city the sidewalk
improvement ordered by the council is
being actively carried on. At the cor
ner of Oak and Fourth street the
Paris Fair is excavating to the street
line, before laying a sidewalk. This
mercantile company plans the erection
of a large building at this corner in
the near future. The basement of the
structure will extend beneath the side
walk, and thus the excavation is made
in order to faci itate work, when it is
begun, on the store buiiding.
The old board walks have been re
moved from in front of the Hotel Ore
gon and the Mt. Hood Hotel. The
concrete has already been laid in front
of the latter and workmen are busily
excavating in front of the former.
Excavation is being made in front
of the Davidson building at the corner
of Cascade avenue and Third streets.
The basement of this building will be
made to extend beneath the concrete
walk to be laid.
The store building of D. McDonald
on Cascade avenue has been raised and
the concrete is being laid in front of
it. The walks in front of the Gilbert
Vaughan Implement Co., immediately
west of the McDonald building have
been completed. First street walks
beside the Iilowers Hardware Com
pany's place of business have been
laid.
Other work of improvement in the
city is rapidly progressing, the exca
vation work on the Hell building at
the corner of First and Oak Btreets has
been finished and the concrete founda
tion is under way. The American
Express Company's new olhe at the
foot oi r irst street is aiiout finished
The express company will be able to
use its ordinary truck in hauling pack
ages to and trom trains.
The handsome new bnck structure
of C. H. Sproat on Oak street next to
the Eliot building is receiving the tin
hshing touches,
EXCUMMSTSTlSIT
MT. HOOD FISHERIES
Dean & Sheplar, the proprietors of
the Hood Kiver-White Salmon ferry,
carried about 100 excursionists Sunday
aboard their big launch, the Ollie S.,
and two smaller launches to the fish
traps of the Mt. Hood Fish Co., oper
ated by E. J. Young, Andrew kern
and Ed. Wright. The company oper
ates four large traps on the W ashing-
ton side of the Columbia near Hingen.
They take from each trap a daily aver
age of about a ton and a half of good
fish. The large dog salmon are sent
to the government hatcheries, where
their eggs are made use of.
Alter the visit at the fisheries the
party enjoyed a short voyage up the
river.
New Boat Line Planned.
Within less than a year The Dalles
will have a new and fast river service
to Portland, in common with other
points on the Columbia, is the state
ment of Harry li. Summers, who was
in The Dalles Monday. Mr. Summers,
who represents a Boston Steamship
company, says that the proposed line
will be established to operate in con
junction.with ocean liners to be routed
from Portland through the Panama
Canal, when it is completed.
JJMrs. W. H. Lawrence, who has been
spending the summer with her parents
at Meadville, Penn., returned Friday.
Prof, and Mrs. Lawrence, who ure at
present living at their ranch on the
Shepard Lane, will occupy the Stran
ahan residence on Twelfth street this
winter.
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J. P. IIEAT0N DIES
IN CHICAGO ACCIDENT
Mrs. J. P. Heaton. who resides west
of the city in the Frankton district,
received through Marshal Robt. Lewis
Monday evening a telegram from
Chicago stating that her husband.
J. P. ileuton, had met death Monday
by having been run down by a train in
that city. Mr. Heaton, who was 59
years of age, has been in the East for
.the past three years. He was foreman
of a repair crew on the Rock Island
Railroad. He is well known in the
Valley, having spent a year here with
his family on the Frankton ranch. In
addition to Mrs. Heaton, he leaves sur
viving five sons -and two daughters.
They are Harry and Dalton, ot Kansas
City; Clyde and Ralph, of Portland;
Mrs. hrnest Laylock, of Vancouver:
and James and Susie, who reside with
their mother.
The remains will be buried at the
family burying ground at Washington,
Kan.
Instructions lor Homesteaders.
The following will be of interest and
to those seeking homesteads under
constructive residence:
The practice ot according credit for
constructive residence covering the
period of six months following the al
lowance of the entry is, perhaps, due
to an erroneous interpretation or sec
tion 2297 of the Revised Statutes, by
which section it is provided that on
proof to the satafaction of the regis
ter and receiver that a person nad
actually changed his residence or aban
doned the laud covered by his home
stead entry for more than six months
at any one time, then, in that event,
the land so entered shall revert to the
Government. While said section may
protect a homesteader from contest
for abandonment for a period of six
months following the allowance of his
entry, it is clearly not authority for
according the entryman credit lor con
structive residence during that period.
After most careful and mature con
sideration of this matter I feel it my
duty to disregard the erroneous prac
tice heretofore obtaining in your ollice
and to direct that you exact of home
stead entryman proof of residence for
the lull period of rive years, as re-
quired by the statute, before the same
can be approved as a basis for the
issuance of patent thereon. Because
of the long practice heretofore prevai
ing, I believe it right and proper to
give ample time for notice of the con
templated change before putting the
same into effect. 1 have, theretore,
to advise you that in all instances
where ordinary final proof is sub
mitted under the homestead laws on
or after the 1st day of December next,
the law as above interpreted be fol
lowed. You will cause all registers and re
ceivers to be immediately advised
hereof. - Very respectfully,
Samuel Adams,
Acting Secretary
Nebraskan Pleased With Valley.
Fred Cavan. of Omaha. Neb., where
he has been auditor for a number of
years for the Harriman lines, after
spending a number of days in the
Valley, returned Monday to the tast.
Mr. Cavan. who has been prominent in
the organiaztion of Y. . M. C. A.
branches among the employes of rail
roads, has been making an extended
tour of the West, looking for a loca
tion. He was determined to continue
his residence in Nebraska until he
arrived here. The charms of the Hood
River country, however, could not be
overcome and he has decided to return
here as soon as he can dispose of his
business in the East.
Common Colds Must be Taken Seriously.
For unless cured they sap the vitality
and lower the vital resistance to more
serious infection. Protect your children
and voiirself by the prompt use of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and
note its quick and decisive results. F'or
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
bronchitis and affections of the throat,
chest and lungs it is an ever ready and
valuable remedy. Remember the name,
Foley's llonev and Tar Compound and
refuse substitutes. The genuine is in a
yellow package. C. A. Plath.
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APPLE LADDERS
CEMENT NAILS
THINNING
SHEARS
TARRED ROPE
CANVAS HOSE
TENTS
TACKLE
SEED OATS
VETCH
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Hood River Sweet Cider, Hires Root
lleer and .Soda Waters of all flavors can
lie obtained for family use at all the
confectionery and grocery stores at
$1.00 per dozen with an allowance of
50 cents per dozen for the return of
bottles to the party from whom pur
chased. Keep a few bottles in a cool
place during wa m weather.
Hood Kiver Awls Vinegar Co.
For Sale
EAST SIDE ORCHARDS
50 ACRES 15 in 1 and 2-year-olds;
balance uncleared. This property
is on Hood River and water right
goes with it. Bound to be very
valuable. flO.OuO.
60 ACRES fi acres 5 years old ; 6
ncres 1 and 2 years: 14 acres hay;
2 acres home orchard; 32 acres un
cleared ; garden, etc.. ; bouse, barn,
etc. Can be divided into three 20
acre tracts, each with a beautiful
building site. 10 inches of water
with place. All but 4 or 5 acres
under ditch. 1 mile from Van
Horn. 2ti,000.
20 ACRES 20 acres all 4 yearn old,
New towns and Spitz; no buildings;
a very clean orchard in tirst-class
shape. $10,000.
COFFIN & SCOTT
PHONE 3202-M
Dealers in East Side Lands Only
Dickinson House
Meals 25c-
Board and Room by Day or Week
Home Cocking
J. W. DICKINSON. Prop.
Est Shite Street Ner Front
PHONE IH K HOOD RIVER
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Stylish Suits eD4nn.y.n.ew..n.,
oxfords 4.00
Ifofc The newest of the season, and a 9 Art
Ildli "Gordon," too O.UU
Shirt What's better than the "Cluett?" I CA
JlUl 13 Anybody knows the answer LOU
llndprWPAr "Porosknit" or B. V. D. i fA
UllUClWCdr kind, Unions or 2-Piece... I.UV
SOCKS f n ors' Finish
PASS ANYTHING
G. VOGT
Drop into the cool and cozy corner at the
Blue Ribbon Bakery
on the Heights, after the ball game.
ICE CREAM and CONFECTIONERY
Piano for Our Patrons
Hood River Heights, 1107 Twelfth Street
Music Lovers See Our Celebrated
HARWOOD GUITAR
Nothing has been sacrificed to make the Harivood
perfect. A fine line of Mandolins, Violins, Strings,
Columbia Records and Graphaphones. Inspect our new
Columbia Grafonola
R. M. Dunham
Hdod River Studio, Third Street
The
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, HAMS AND
LARD, BACON, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
AUTO DELIVERY
Yours For Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service
FILZ BROS.
Kauffman Building on the Heights Phone 147-X
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Courteous
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