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HOOD RITER GLACIER THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1911
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Mrs. Alma Burnham Brown, of
Burlington, Runs., spent a few days
I ant week visiting at the home of Mr.
iuhI Mrs. L. A.E . Clark. Mrs. Brown
i making an extended tour of the
North weHt. . Leaving Burlington
neveral weeks ago she stopped over at
poioU in Colorado, at Ogden, Utah,
from there to Yellowstone I'ark for a
hew days sight-seeing trip back to
Ogden, then to Spokane, Wash., and
Wallace, Idaho, from Spokane over the
North Hank road to White Salmon,
Wash, by ferry to Hood Kiver, from
Hood Kiver to Vancouer, Wash., thence
to Portland, Ore., Seattle, Wash.,
nits in British Columbia andAlalaka
hack over the Canadian Pacific" to St.
Paul, Minn., then over into Dakota
and down into Kansas and home. Mrs.
Brown expressed herself as delighted
with our beautiful valley.
Mont Ma pes intended the State Fair
at Salem last week.
After a long illness of tuberculosis
Albert Schiller passed away at his
home on the mountain near Dee on
Monday September 11. The funeral
wus held in Bartmess chapel In Hood
River on Wednesday afternoon of last
week. Interment wus at Idlcwilde.
A very large number attended the
Bervice thus showing the esteem in
which Mr. Schiller was held by his old
friends and neighbors, who had known
him long and well. JThe sympathy of
all goes out to the bereaved relatives
and especially to the young wife who
whs formerly Miss Maie Masiker.
James English is excavating for a
The new warehouse of the Apple
Growers Union at Odell is now being
built. Concrete pillars for the founda
tion were in pluce at the end of Iuh(
Mr. and Mrs. Leedum, of the Home
Telephone Co. ollice at Odell, viitited
relatives in Salem lust week.
There is little change in the condi
tion of Win, Ehrck of Hood Kiver who
Ims been seriously ill for several
weeks. His daughters, Mary ami
Krma, came from their homes in l'ort
land'and one or more of his children
remain with him constantsly.
Abe Ensmingei and son Ole returned
lust Friday from an extended visit in
the eHst. While gone they visited
Philadelphia Penn., Washington, 1).
C, New York City, Chicago, and
other points. Ole alBo went to
Niagara Falls. Mr. Ensminger says
Hood Kiver looks the best of all and
advises those owning property here to
hold on to what they have rather than
think of making any change expecting
to be satislied in any other locality.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Connawsy Sunday morning, Septem
ber, 17, a son.
Last week J. J. Krumenachcr
boil Kht of Wm. Gregory of Portland.
nineteen acres on the river road. We
are very glad Mr. Krumenacher made
this deal and feel certain he will be
more than pleased with his property.
Misses Eva Boyed, Roberta Fridin
ierta r riuay
mid Marie lioiilu will repre:
ut O. A. C. this year,
Meetings at the Tabernacle all this
week including next Sunday. Uev.
llandsaker, of Hood Kiver, expects to
Lie able to be in attendance this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bradley and
children have moved to Mt. Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crockett and
taby daughter are also at home at Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Furguson expect
to go to Astoria this week to pack
their furniture for shipment to Odell.
Mrs. Organ, wife of Evangeligst
Organ, has been ill
The saw mill of the Tine Grove Box
fctory has been moved to Mt. Hood,
Mrs. Edgington of Hood Kiver will
give a health talk for ladies only, at
the tabernacle next Thursday at 2:80
p. tn. All ladies cordially invited.
Auspices of Dorcas Society of Odell.
Wednesday evening of next week the
C K. business meeting and social w
be held at the home of the presdent.
Mrs. O. Ij. Walter. Ihis is an import
ant meeting as March and September
are the months set for the election of
oHieers. The C. E. entertainment lust
Friday evening was well attended, the
weather taken into consideartion.
Sufficient money is now in the posses
sion of the society to purchase new
Eva BoyRd invited a few friends for
a pleasant evening last Saturday.
Those present enjoyed the occasion.
Dainty refreshment were served.
Mr, and Mrs. II. H. Hickox and
daughter Dora of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
are visiting relatives and friends in
Hood Kiver town and valley. They
expect to spend several days this week
at the'home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E,
0. L. Walter went to The Dalles
Monday for a few days' business visit.
Sunday School and C. E . meeting as
usual at the Union Church next Sun
day. A cheery and enthusiastic Sunday
School at the M. E. Church last Sun
day. Following the S. S. a short talk
by Kev. J. M. Crenshaw who was dis
charged from a hospital in Spokane last
Thursday after a two weeks' stay fol
lowing a successful operation for ap
pendicitis. Kev. Crenshaw left Monday for his
new field of labor in anti-saloon work,
with headquarters at Spokane, Wash.
Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a.
m. at the M. E. Church. In the even-
ng we expect the new pastor, Rev. C.
M. Carson, to preach. Illness of his
ittle child preventej his presence last
Sunday morning. Beginning of evening
Bervice 7:30. Visitors cordially wel
We expect to tell you of some impor
tant land transfers in next week's
Mrs. Roy Eastman is visiting !her
grandmother this week at Philomath,
Mrs. Geo. Stokoe, of Wyeth was the
guest of her mother, Mrs. M. R. Noble
last week, while Mr. Stokoe attended
the Round Up at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Isenberg have
gone to Idaho for a month or six
Prof. Stubba' little son Edward,
sustained a broken arm, Thursday by
falling from a horse.
Ear neat Mnuritson'g little daughter
is very ill with bowel trouble. Al
though she is receiving the best of
care and medical attention her re
covery is very slow.
Mrs. C. B. Morton and little
daughter visited with the former's
sister, Mrs. Walter Isenberg in Hood
River, lat-t week.
Mrs. John B. McCuatian was visited
by her sister and four nephews from
the Willamette Valley, last week.
Florence I.a Mar spent Sunday with
Mrs. John Dickenson in Hood Kiver.
A reading Club will be organized by
the ladies of Frankton, Thursday
afternoon at the heme of Mrs. J. K.
The pupils of the Frankton school
are enjoying a vacation for a few days
while the new furnace is Being in
stalled. A cloaK room and porch have
been added to the Columbia school
house. It greatly improves the
difference of the school room to have
the wraps outside.
Undo F.d Calkins and wife spent
Sunday with their son Thomas, at
Riverside Farm. Uncle Ed. tells us it
was the 49 anniversary of the battle in
which he lost his limb.
Mrs. John Evans, of Mosier, has
been with her mother, Mrs. John
Hunter, for the past two weeks, so as
to be handy to medical tieatment for
her infant son who is very ill with
li. W. Way returned last Wednesday
from the State Fair. He reported a
good poultry exhibit.
Kev. Parsons filled his appointment
at Columbia school house, Sunday
afternoon, and a small but appreciative
audience greeted him. There will be
services again in two weeks. ' October
1 at ,3 P. iM. everybody should'come as
we have such good helpful services.
0. P. King, of Ventura, Cal., spent
Tuesday night here with his Brother-in-law,
A. M. Roop, he having visited
his ranch in Eastern Oregon was on
his return trip home.
Mrs. R. M. Ross and litlte daughter
returned home Wednesday evening
from Portland where they spent a
couple of days.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evnna spent a
day or so visiting relatives in The
Dalles this week.
" Geo and John Carroll transacted
business in Portland this week.
Mrs. James McClure and daughter
Mrs. Van Fleet, of La Grande, re
turned home Thursday.
An informal social evening was
sjient at the Christian Church Tuesday
12th in honor of Oren Osburn, who left
the last of the week.for Forest Grove
to attend the University. Games and
refreshments, made the time pass
pleasantly, when the crowd dispersed
wishing Oren all good luck and success
in his studies.
We are mighty proud of our new fall models in Schloss Bros. & Co. Clothes. You'll
say "we are justified" when you see them.
The fabrics in vogue are Scotch and Diagonal Tweeds and English Cheviots.
The colors most in evidence are Brown and King George Blue.
We feature models for young High school chaps. Our "Stadium" models are built with
athletic shoulders, dip front with flaring skirts. The pants are cut extra full peg with or
We wish to call your particular attention to the pains taken in the construction of our
clothes. Every garment is hand made throughout". All in all, they are the best clothes made
in America. Quality considered, the best clothes for the least money.
$15.00 TO $27.50
uo-oper- - rr t n TT a H dry goods
Hi Morlan & Lathroe asse
Mosier people attending the great
Round Up at Pendleton were Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. McClure, Dr. Robisnon, and
Mr. J. M. Elliott. -
Mr. A. Stewart went across the
River Sunday and spent the day with
his son, Ira Rowland. Mrs. Stewart
who had visited there most of the week
returned home with her husband, in
C. G. Dwight a former Mosier resi
dent, but now located in Portland,
spent part of Saturday here on busi
ness. Miss B. M. Johnson left Saturday
morning for Hood River, thence for
her old home in Wisconsin, via Port
land, and the Norhtern Route.
There was an entertainment at the
Baptist Chucrh Thursday evening.
At the end of the S. S. contest which
was a pronounced success, say those
attending, a large crowd of invited
guests' enjoyed the games and other
amusements of the evening until a late
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Chamberlain,
Misses K. Whitson and Maude Evans
were in Hood River Saturday.
Mrs. J. K. McGregor returned home
Sunday evening from a visit with her
son ut Prievillu.
Mrs. J. Welter and children were in
The Dalles during the week, going
overland in the auto.
Miss H. Huntington spent Sunday
with her home folks in The Dalles.
Misses Anna and Dorothy Godberson
Bpent Saturday and Sunday with their
mother at the ranch.
Rush Sellinger and wife came down
from the Dalles Saturday to visit Mrs.
Grandfather McGregor, returned to
Portland Monday morning.
Mr. E. J. Buckley and his two
sisters retuned to their home in
Spokane Monday evening.
MisB Olive Fisher came home Sun
day from Odell.
Don Littlepage visited home folks
Lee Evans, Sr. returned the firBt of
the week froma stay at.tbe coast with
Lee Hunter attended to business in
Hood Rievr, Monday,.!'. M.
Mr. Davis is reported as iimproving.
The marriage of Frank Dethman is
Geo. Vannier and daughter, Rena,
Vannier, of Portland, were guests at
the H. W. Vannier home a greater
part of the week.
Messrs. Henry and Chas. Lage at
tended the funeral of their uncle,
Julius Hogue. which took place at
Trout Lake Friday.
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Mable
Lage, Tuesday of this week.
The new Minister was unable to fill
the pulpit Sunday owing to illness in
the family, but expects to be present
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mohr are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a new grandson,
born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baker
Sept. 12 at Milwaukee, Ore.
Several of the small people of the
neighborhood attended a surprise party
on Clarence Hale at Odell, Saturday.
Mr. Henry Lage visited his little
daughter, Dimple, at Portland last
Mr. and Mrs. Sonnanian entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong of the west
A large number of friends attended
the funeral of little Dorothy Collie,
Friday. Interment was made at Idle
Rev. Charles Blaker and wife, of
Minneapolis have returned home after
spending a few months in the Middle
Mas Bell Steele left for Forest Grove
Tuesday, where she will attend Pacific
Robert Walstrom of Minneapolis has
come to spend a few weeks looking
after the Middle Crest Orchard land.
A number of the Middle Valley
young people attended the dance given
at Mt. Hood Saturday evening.
Miss Frieda Hogan, who has been
visiting J. R. Steele and family for
some time has returned to her home
Middle Valley had her first light
frost Monday morning.
Jake Leiu'aud Robert Leasure have
returned from a two weeks' hunting
trip at Ixwt Lake.
The Middle Valley school started
with eleven pupils this year and the
ninth grade has been added to the
cause. The year promises to be
The large wood shed in the school
yard was demolisned by a large stump
striking it last Saturday. It has not
been determined just where the Btump
came from, but it is thought by the
neighbors that it came from where
they were blasting, up near Mt. Hood,
The peace and quiet of the Middle
Valley was broken Sunday evening by
an accident occuring near Mr. J. M.
Lenz s ranch. A rig upset and left
the occupants in a heap at the side of
the road, while the horses took a little
run toward Mt. Hood. None of the
occupants were hurt, oniy shaken up a
bit. Mr. J. E. Montgomery, of Hood
River, was driving the team.
. Mr. Patrean was the victim of quite
a large loss or provisions by theft
from his homestead near Ball Butte.
G. Miner was up from Portland last
week and expects to move from Port
land to his old home on Rockford
avenue in a few days.
Millard & Thompson expect to start
a force oi men clearing up thirty acre
tract near the Dark place.
. Mr. Osborn and wife of Astoria, are
staying on their ranch on the old
Barrett farm for a few weeks.
Dr. Nichols and wife, who came
here the first of June, have just re
turned to Portland. . .The doctor has
improved wonderfully during his stay
at the Stone bungalow.
W. L. Nichols and wife were visitors
at Heppner last week, where they
spent a plesant time with old friends.
D. Nealeigh is moving a house for
L. S. Johnson in the Barrett District.
(From the itoterprtue)
Pearl, youngest daughter of Mrs. M.
C. Gilmer at Bingen, has been serious
ly ill for several days.
Some of the Indians are again com
ing in with huckleberries, which they
sell for 5c per gallon, a cheap price
when the great distance they go to get
them is considered.
Captain Cook has brought in some
big red apples of the Kay variety. He
says his old trees are loaded this fall,
and if they are all like the ones
brought to this office he has something
to talk about. The Misses Miller of
Minneapolis arrived in White Salmon
last week and will spend some time at
the home of Mrs. Scott Coe at Snow
don. W.H. Mead, who undertook to run
the City Hotel at Glenwood, suddenly
decamped and left several Unpaid bills.
He was also under suspicion of selling
liquor without a license.
Ten Knights of Pythias from Castle
Hall at Hood River crossed over the
river Friday evening and with the
Grand Chancellor Commander from
Vancouver assisted the local lodge of
Knights of Pythias in giving Dr.Waugh
three degrees and Geo. Purser the
third, both of whom were pleased with
the work. Adjournment was taken at
3 o'clock a. m.
W. A. Alslen of The Dalles, has fin
ished surveying over k500 acres of the
Mt. Adams Orchard Co. tract near
Gilmer into ten-acre plots. It compris
es all of property A, in young trees,
and is now on the market in ten-acre
tracts or more.
Messrs. Cram'and Hutchinson, of St
Louis, Hayes of Duluth and Ackley of
Minneapolis, have been in White Sal
mon this week. Mr. Ackley was
"guide" for the party. Mr. Cram was
so delighted with ithe country that he
wired his wife not to expect him back
for some time.
Messrs. Morginson and Sanders,
county commissioners, were in White
Salmon Saturday, making a drive from
Appleton to Camas prairie and thence
to this place. It was Sanders' first
trip through the west end and he as
greatly surprised atj the development,
saying he intended to buy some of it.
On the matter of roads he said that the
understood the state aid fund was ex
hausted and it would now be useless to
apply to the county for it. He thought
the state highway at Lyle was an ill
advised piece of work which had tied
up a lot of the county funds for some
time, and not one man travelling on
the road. Mr. Morginson was of the
After dark one night last week there
was a commotion in the hen house of
the Wyers Meat Market. A man was
plainly seen putting chickens into a
bag. John Wyers was notified by tele
phone. He called the marshal, and
while the latter was coming down pa
trolled the bluff, believing the thief
would make his get-away in that direc
tion. The marshal met P. H. Manly
with a sack full of chickens, but didn't
have the nerve to arrest so honest a
man for the deed. Manly said, "I got
the chickens all right," and went on,
little thinking he was under suspicion.
It turned out that Gus Lauterbauch, in
the employ of Mr. Wyers, had sold
the chickens to Manly and did not no
tify his enrmlover. Nevertho Ipsa Mnn.
ly took chances in getting them in the
HAVE BEEN GOOD
Despite the fact that most of the
irees are young ine peaen growers of
.iic uijuciwuw uuu noou sections 01
Skamania county, Washineton. have
received excellent returns from their
orchards this season. The principal
shippers of this district have been J.
L. Wendorff, W. Wendorff, Keeley &
Dubois, R. Haselton, A. J. Haines,
iseeDe & Liove and Morrow & Packard.
the older orchards have on an aver
age yielded 5 or 6 boxes ner tree.
Growers were receiving last week 85
cents per box. for the peaches. "Three
year old orchards have been yielding a
hox ner tree nf evpullunt fruit " o;,i
L. G. Westfall, who was in Hood River
The recent rains have slightly dam-
n r . , v. . , . 1 1 1 wic CICLLIOII.
The heavy showers nave caused many
ox mem 10 ian, ana me cloudy weather
has prevented them from ripening with
the usual excellent, flavor and good
The Underwood-Hood section has
been developing rapidly this summer.
Much acreage has been cleared and
many new homes have been erected.
Dr. Manners, who has been spending
the summer on his tract which over
looks the Hood River Vallev. hun .
turned to his home in New Jersev.
Dr. Manners, who for a period of twen
ty one years has been examiner for
the Metronolitan Life Insiirnrs Cn nf
New York, has erected a handsome
residence on his place.
Captain Spencer is building a beauti
ful summer hnmp npr Hnanm Who
completed it will make one of the
handsomest places in the region
L. G. Westfall, who is operating the
sawmill hetween HiuiH inil I l.U,i-,,,,l
will establish a retail yard at the lat
Many Colonists will Come West.
No nredtctinnn will Ua ma.la l.t V.A
railroad officials as to the number of
IieOljle WhO Will tuko mlunntuira tlio
lo wcolonist rates to the Pacific coast,
dui an ieei certain that the numbers
will exceed the fail travel of last year.
The rates went into effect Friday
morning and the influx of home seek
ers is exoected this week. The
rates will be in effect until October 15.
A great deal of effort has been ex
uended bv the railroads on flrivartieinrv
these rates and everything possible
will be done to make the trip pleasant.
ine country oi ine northwest and
the resources and ndvantnooo ono..
section have hppn cnrpfnllu mriitnn
and placed before prospective home
seekers. J. II. O'Neil. trfiVpllintf nnaaanno.
agent, and J. L. Miller, city passenger
agent ut me narriman lines in Uregon,
will meet their trains at Huntington
and trive their nprannul attain, ,n t
the colonists, giving all possible direc
tions and information. The Harriman
svstem has issued anil Hiof :K,,t,i
440,000 leaflets giving the colonists
iiuonnauun n regara to tne different
sections covered by its trains.
All of the trains will be equipped
with a la carte diners. A special feat
ure of the Harriman trains will be
cars with high back lounging scats.
un tnese cars music and concerts will
be given daily.
A cents of the trana-onntinontol
roads everywhere have been working
toward making this year's travel the
heaviest. Even, the Harriman agents
in Eurone. at Lnnrinn Ant
, ""J1, UUI-
deaux, Hijmberg and Liverpool have
ueeii woriung toward tnis end.
Of SDecial imoortancA i tho nrom...
ment svstem hv whtrh
the west can pay the fare of a relative
or friend to the local agent of the road
over which he is tn Mnw on.l 4 ko t..,
portation will be furnished the person
ior wmmi it was Dougnt at this end of
tne nne. inis aoes away with the de
lay of sending the money and buying
the ticket in the east '
The fare from Chicago while these
raiea are on is ana from the Mis
sissippi or points west, 25.
For Rent Modern furnished house
on Columbia street; plumbing com
plete. I. Leland Heuderson, (Inc.)
THE COOL DINING ROOM
Mt. Hood Hotel
SERVICE A LA CHRTE
We Also Serve a Thirty-five Cent Merchant's Lunch
MOSELEY & LARSEN, Props.
THE ORCHARDIST SHOULD SEE THE
Not a nail in them. Absolutely the strongest and
Palmer and Burnett Picking
Most Complete Line of Supplies, Nails
has proven its worth here for ten years. You buy
right, because we buy in car lots.
We have a carload of last year's Vitches. Compare
the seed with this year's stuff before you buy on
The unusual conditions of the Furniture Market since
September 1 induced us to buy several carloads, the
second of which arrives today. Notwithstanding
exceptional prices our regular terms will apply-5
per cent casJi or 2 per cent monthly settlement.
Stewart Hardware &
Quality, Quantity, Price and Service Go Hand
FREE WHILE THEY LAST
One Toothbrush caae free with
any 25c brush in tlie house. Large
Catarrh Tablets 50c
IHspepeia Tablet-. . 25c, 50e, fl.OO
Alueotone, for Calarrh...50c, $1.00
Bamboo Briar Co., for the
Beef, Wine and Iron, a great
Eczema Ointment.. . : .50c
Carf A. PltK, DRUGGIST
"The Rexall Store"
Hot Weather Dishes
Cool, Screened Porches
' Cuts heal quickly when band
1 to 2 in.. 5 yards 5c
2J in., 5 yards ...10c
3 to 4 in., 5 yards ..15c
The kind that bites. There are
many different kinds on the mar
ket. Many are made from cheap
grade oils and inferior alcohol,
and when used do no good. Our
Bay Knm is made from the best
imported Oil Bay, and an alcohol
percentage of 4S per cent. Two
sizes, 2le and 50c.