The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, October 26, 1911, Image 5

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EKNEST C. SMITH
Lawyer
Roohib 14 and 15 Hull Building
Hood River, Ore.
GEO. R. WILBUR
Lawyer
Otliee in Smith Building.
Hood River
Oregon
DERBY & STEARNS
Lawyers
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
DR. EDGINGTON
1121 Twelfth Street, The Heights
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
E. 0. DUTRO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Over First National Bank, Hood
River, Oregon.
utuce Phone 71 Re. 71B
noura 2 to 4 1'. M. and by appointment
Drs. Shaw & Bronson
Office in Kliot Block.
Office phone, No. 4. Kidtuca, Ni. It
eTdTkanaga
Physician and Surgeon
Phones :
Office 85
Office in National
Bank Building
Res. 35 B
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephone: Office, 30; realdeuce.lJUB .
KUKUEON O. K. A N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PIIYBICIAN AND SURGEON.
CalU promptly aniwerMl In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephone: KwiUlenco, 16: Office, MR.
Office In the Hnmlua building.
FC. BROSIUS, M. D.
P1IYHIC1AN AND SURGEON
'fhone Central, or 121.
Office Hour.: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 to s
andto7F M.
I)B. M. H. HUAKP Dlt. KUNA H. HHAKP
Osteopathic Physicians
Graduates ! the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Office in Elliot Block.
Home Phone 102 lies. 102-B
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
DENTIST
Roc.uis 4, 5 and ( Telephone
Smith Building 131
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
DENTIST
Telephones: Office 28; residence 'JS-R
umce ever isutier Hank,
Dr. Justin M. Waugh
EYE, EAR AND THROAT
Office in Eliot Bldg.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
A. M. to 3 P. M.
L. A. & A. P. REED
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
AT LAW
Two Doors North of Postollice
Phone 41
L. A. HENDERSON,
CIVIL ENGINEER
Formerly U. S. Land Surveyor,
Philippine Islands.
Two Doors North of 1'ontomVe
Phone 41.
MURRAY KAY
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
lirosius Building
ALBERr SUTTO
Architect
Room 16 Hall Building
R. R. Bartlett
ARCHITECT
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
lleilbronner Building Phone 61
DR. J. SuWERBY
Chiropractor
Office hours : 8 to 12, 1 to 5, G to 7
Fartfueon Bleiff. Hood River
Stranahan & Slaven
Contractors & Builders
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
E. W. DARK
Contractor and Builder
Estimates on Request
Phone 212 K
. A. C. BUCK
NOTARY PUBLIC AND
ANCK AGENT
lNSUR-
Room 12
Broeims Block
SURVEYING
and BLUE PRINTING
P. M. Morse
tleilbronner Bldg.
Hood River office for Newell.
Gossett & Walsh, Consulting
Engineers of Portland.
SHE GAVE UP
ALL HUPfc
Physicians Failed To Kelp Mrs.
Green, But She finally Found
Relief in Cardui.
Meetze. Va. Mrs. 3. C. Oreen of this
place, says: "I suffered with womanly
troubles so that 1 could hardly bit up.
Two of the best doctors In our town
treated me, and I tried different Hiedi
cines, until I gave up all hope of ever
getting well.
One day, I decided to try pome Car
dui. It did so much for me that I
ordered some more, and it cured me!
Today, I feel as well as I ever did la
tuy life.
The pains and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another pessoa In
every way. I wish every sufferer could
know what Cardui will do for sick
women."
A few doses of Cardui at the rlpht
time, will save many a big doctor bill,
by preventing serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous system, and
helps make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands of weak women have been
restored to health and happiness by
using Cardui. Suppose you try It.
It may be just the mediciue you need.
N. B Write In: l.adi' Advtjiw Dent.. Ch.tt..
none Medicine Co., rhiuaiKirwi. 7Nin.. for NrWni
Instructions, and 64-page tHk. "Hme Treatment
hr wwnen," tent In plain wrapper, on rtajueit.
FOR SALE
IVImont Shib Wood nml all other
kinds of wood at reasonable prices. To
prove our policy to deal himeMlv and
squarely with the people, we refer new
customers to our old patrons. Give us
a trial with your first order is all we
a.k to train your imtmimL'e. Delivery
uiaiie to any part ol the city in large or
small quantities.
We have citv license to do team work
of any kind.
GEO. W.
HOWARD
& SON
'hone 344-M
The Heights
For Sale.
I have one of the most desirable 4(1
acre tracts in Oak Grove district, West
Side, Hood River Vitllev, view, location.
soil, neighborhood and all other condi
tions considered. Will divide nicely in
to four pieces, two have about 8 acres
each in 4 anil ft year Nctons ami
Spitzenberi; ; one piece nearly all tin
der cultivation with 1(N Jonathan and
Warner trees 8 years old ; one piece
with house, bain and about ,'t acres
Wagners, Bumimisnnd Arkansas Blacks
7 and 8 years old. Will sell all or part,
and if you are looking for a small place,
one of these is sure to suit vou. Will
ni'tke the price ri'dit with terms to suit.
and if only part is sold will care for
same, if desired for one or two vears at
reasonable liinire. Would lake modern
inland residence up to IHKlii in in r t
payment. Deal direct with owner and
save cominis i .n. A. I. 1'pson, phmii
lHU'i-K, Hood River. Address, :i'l Cus
tom House, Cortland.
if
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You Get Real Coffee
Here
-T II Y-
Chase (H Sanborn's
Seal Brand
and you'll know how food Coffee
can be rich, lrajfrant and re
freshing. A cup of it in the
morning will start you out ready
for the day's work..
OUR TEAS ARE SUPERIOR TOO
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and
Teas are the best the world iro
duces. THE STAR GROCERY
"Good Things to Eat'
PERIGO . SON
AMERICAN CENTRAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
W. S. MONTGOMERY
Manager for Oregon
JAMES E. MONTGOMERY
Agent in Hood River
Accident and Health Insurance
Office 3rd and Oak Phone 161-M
W.J.BaRer&Co.
Dealers in
REAL ESTATE
Fruit and Farm
Lands
Resident Agents For
Phoenix Assurance Co.
OF LONDON
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HOOD RIVER
An Island
Bride
How I Made a Match on
Halloween
By Mrs. SARAH B. ROBERTS
Copyright by American Press Also
elation, nil.
On the coast of Maine is an Island
(Bailey's island) where I have a sum
mer cottage. My place is on the east
fide of the island, uud on that side the
Atlantic's waves are unbroken by any
hind or shoals, so that they come
tinging In upon the rocks. Surround
ing the house, except on the sea side,
are iir trees, whose odor huugs pleas
antly upon the uir, especially pure in
that region. The people who live ou
Bailey's uud on Orr's Island, being
next north of Bailey's, are mostly fish
er folk, though some of them do a lit
tle funning In vegetables and milk. "
The several summers during my oc
cupancy of my cottage a girl about
seventeen years old Myra Crofjs was
her name brought me milk. She
drove uboyt among her customers lu
u littlobuckboard wagon drawn by a
kiiiiill horse, so used to his mistress'
stops that he would stand quietly
wherever he was placed. .Myra was a
study for an artist, ller clothes were
of the poorest, but her face was
comely and her figure fit for a model
for a statue. I did uiy own house
work and used to receive the girl at
the kitchen door, and since 1 liked
her would always speak a pleasant
word. One day I said to her:
"Myra, It seems to me that it Is
nearly time you were getting a hus
band." "Oh, dear, no," she replied, showing
by a toss of her head that the subject
deeply Interested her. "There's no one
ou the Island who wants me, and 1
never go off it. Ajid, as for the sum
mer visitors, the young men ure all too
much taken tip with the visiting girls
to notice one who peddles milk."
I had my eye- on a young fisher
man, to whom I had taken as much
fancy as I hud for Myra. During the
moiillis of July nml August he gave
his attention to the summer visitors,
taking them out In his motorboat,
but after they bad gone he would re
turn to his fishing. 1 went out with
him frequent ly and had every confi
dence in Ills ability as a skipper. There
lire numerous ledges In Casco bay,
and Ned Ballard could Rail among
them almost with his eyes shut. 1
was once with him In n fog some seven
or eljiht miles out to the eastward,
numerous Islands and reefs interven
ing between us and home. Ballard
brought me Into port safely, never ly
ing to for a moment, and when we
landed 1 said to him:
"How In the world did you do it?"
"Oh, to me," he replied, "it's like your
walking about in your own house in
the dark. 1 notice the How of the tide
uy i no uireciioii or tno buoys. I oc
casionally get n glimpse of a uck n
bit of shore, a point, which confirms
me In my opinion as to where I am.
This was all unlntelligable to tue, for
I bad during the whole period seen
nothing but that driving fog so com
mon ou that coast.
It occurred to me that Ned Billiard
and Myra Crofts would make a good
match, Ned brawny and strong, Myra
a tine specimen of a country girl. So
interested was 1 in bringing the two
together by a plan I conceived that
when the season ended and the other
summer residents and visitors departed
I stayed on. For a few days nfler the
hegira from country to city I felt
lonely at the changed appearance the
region took on. but as soon as I be
came accustomed to the new regime
I felt more pleasure in my surround
uigs man ever, mere was above me
the great blue dome of the heavens,
about me the waters of the bay, und
I breathed In as pure air as it is pos
sible to find on the globe.
To carry out my scheme for bringing
my two favorites together 1 was
obliged to slay till after Halloween,
for on that day It was to bo put In
practice. My sailing days were not so
frequent now since Ned Billiard was
engaged with his fishing. His work
was In the night, and he slept by day.
He fished principally for mackerel,
spreading his nets at set of sun and
taking them up nt Its rising, nnd when
lucky would find them well filled with
fish, which he sold at n handsome
price. He told me that in one haul
he once took In 1.3(H) pounds.
Moonlight nights were his favorite
time to fish. There was sutllclent
light by which to work, but not
enough for the fish down in the water
to see the nets In which their tins
Were caught. 1 have myself seen him
out between my cottage and Ragged
Island so railed from Its ragged shore
and when his boat would lie in the
moon's shimmer I could almost recog
nize the silhouette of his figure.
That year Halloween came at the
full of the moon. I had thought of
inviting Ned and Myra to my cottage
unknown to each other and contriv
ing to have them see each other's re
flection in mirrors, but Ned was hav
ing such luck with his fishing and the
light of the moon was so valuable to
him that I could not prevail upon him
(o give me even one night. So I was
obliged to invent another plan.
Ned knew very little about Hal
'oween. He had heard of It. but dlj
not know that on that evening girls
were liable to get a vision of the man
they would marry. There was no
Kuperstitiou about him, und 1 knew It
Nursery Stock
Hood River Crown
First Class
THE KINO THAT CROWS
A Few Dwarf Apple,
Tear and Peach
C. D. Thompson
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
GLACIER, THURSDAY. Q(
would be Impossible f. r me t laijo
him to ask Myra to his wife
through a childlike faiiti iu nu appari
tion. But we woaiiu are made of dif
ferent stuff from Uii n. and I tuad rely
ou Myra to believe iu anything that
hud Hie upi'carauit? of being super
natural, es billy if it pointed to a
mate. A few dins before Hallow
een, when she came- to deliver milk to
me. 1 said to her:
"Myra, are you goii.g to try to get a
glimpse of your future husband ou
Halloween V"
"1 haveu't thought of doing so," she
replied consciously. ' ou don't believe
iu that, du you 7"
"Why not? There an. lots of queer
things in the world. Is it any more
wonderful that a girl !e.uid see Hie
uiau she will marry t l,:iu that mes
sages may be scut through the air
without eveu a wire to conduct them J"
"I never thought of iiiat."
"If 1 were you, coming as you are
to a marriageable iie. I wuuld try
to get a glimpse or ii.in.
IlowV"
"oh, at 11 o'clo. 1. mi Halloween
night start somew ln re. The first un
married man you meet vou will mar
ry." "Where shall I go' '
"I have it. Co out a the water. 1
have a small motorbo.'if, whirti I will
lend you. Vou can run it, can't you?"
"Yes. ma'am."
"Well, come here Just before 11
o'clock. The moon will be nearly full.
1 will start you out on the water. Vou
will pass but one iku-sou a man lu a
boat. He will be your lril,and."
The innocent creatine's fare beamed
with pleasure. Sho regarded what I
told her as probable, as I had myself
many years before considered it possi
ble that with a bit of wedding cake
under uiy pillow 1 would see my own
future mate.
"He will be working nt something,"
I continued, "but I can't just tell you
what. Vou shall see for yourself."
"Oh, dear!" she gasped, pulling her
hand to her heart. "I you really
mean It?"
"Come nt half past lu."
The next afternoon I saw Ned, who
had just awakened from his day's
slumber, nnd stopped to ask him how
many mackerel he had laU.-n the night
before. He told me, nnd I led the con
versation about tliioiigh various
themes till I finally broke away from
what 1 was speaking of, saying:
By the bye, Ned, do joii know that
tomorrow night Is Halloween?"
I didn't know it," he s.iid.
You don't believe In such things,
do you?"
"I'm not a child."
"Well, child or no child, on Hallow
een the girl you are to marry will ap
pear to you while you are working
wllh your nets."
He smiled with the look of one who
took but little interest in the matter
uf Halloween, but would not lie
averse to seeing a sweetheart.
Uemember," I added, moving on.
"I tell you your future wife will sail
past you tomorrow night."
Mermaid on a seashell?" he called
ufter me.
1 gave ii 1 in no reply. AH was work
ing well for my plan. I ouly hoped
that the weather would be propitious,
for should it storm or the sea be bois
terous all would be spoiled.
As 1 expected, when Myra came to
me on Halloween she was as be
comingly dressed as her scanty ward
robe would admit. I had procured a
flower during the day, which I put In
her hair, and replaced her tawdry wrap
with a white sweater. The nights
nre chill on Casco buy, even in sum
tiler, und In October they ure cold, lint
Myra had the warm blood of youth in
her veins, nnd I knew n sweater
would keep her perfectly comfortable.
Fortunately there was no wind, and
the sky was covered only by broken
clouds that rendered the heavens more
beaut if til, lighted, as they were, by
the moon.
I took my charge down to a stony
beach, where, there being only a long.
low ocean hwcII, 1 had moored It. She
got In, nnd as I pressed her hand at
starting i uotii ed that she wus thrilled
with emotion. I pushed off the boat,
telling her to steer for the north point
of (lagged Island. I could myself see
Ned's boat between me und the point,
but Myru was so excited, that she was
oblivious to It. As I saw her sail out
into the moonlight I sent a prayer ufter
her that she would lind a husband and
happiness.
Of her appearance to the fisherman
I learned afterward from himself.
I confess." he said, "that until I got
to work setting my nets I thought of
what you had told me. though 1 did
not dream of Its coming to pass, but
as soon as I was busy I forgot all
about It. Then I heard the explosions
of a motorboat. Boats' are rare out
there except In summer, and 1 worn
tiered who was coming. When the boat
came near me I looked tip, and there,
her face lighted by the moon, standing
with one hand on the tiller, was Myra
Crofts. I was taken tint aback.
'Why. Myra,' I exclaimed, 'what
brings you out here In the night all
alone?'
"She answered never a word, just
looking at me strangely out of her
eyes, as though moved by some deep
feeling. Her boat passed mine and.
turning, moved In the moon's shimmer
toward the narrow waterway between
Orr's and Bailey's islands. 1 could see
It en through and turn northward.
doubtless to the anchorage cove a lit
tle farther up."
It was Myra's fiiih that she had
seen the man she "as to marry that
brought success to my scheme. Ned
could not resist her Itinocent belief.
The next spring the pair were married,
and I was n much in' '-rested spectator
fl t the ceremony. JJj wedding gift was
a cottage.
Real Estate
LOANS, REM l;, COLLECT
ING AND INsl'RANCU
A Specialty of City I'mperty, KenMence
Um, and Hmull T"h is Clone lu. K(ir
HMrgaluitcall on of tohto-Kii
T. D.TWI-EDY
II nnd Klver
Home Phone H7.1.
TO HE It 2C, 1911
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For Week Ending
Eilna Thornbury
Mabel Slavin
Mabel Miller
Nellie Hart
Helen Dark
A. C.
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I Grocery Bargains
Best Fruit Sugar, Per Sack
Runkel's Cocoa, regular 30c 20c
Fountain Oysters, regular 2.r)c and
15c,' for 20c and 10c
Violet Pancake Flour, regular 15c
per pkg 10c
Kingford's Silver (.loss Starch,
8 lb. box. regular 70c. now 60c
50 lbs. 11. & (J. Salt.
100 lbs. II. & (i. Salt
The Dalles Diamond Flour $1.35 per sack, $5.30 per bbl.
Columbia River Jewel Flour per sack $1.25, per bbl. $4.90
Correspondingly low prices on all other grocery stock. We carry the very
best of stock and make prices that can't be duplicated in Hood Kiver'. It will
cost you nothing to investigate our prices. . . . ,
Square
Solicits your trado when you are in the market for any tool to cul
tivate y -ur farm or harvest your crop.
Osbourn Disc Harrows
Peg Tooth Harrows
P & O. Disc Harrows
Soil Pulverizers
Syracuse Plows
Hand and Power Pumps
Wire-wound Spray Hose
Deering and Osbourno
Mowers and Binders
POR CLEARING LAND
Stump Pullers Powder, Caps and Fusj
BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES
Agent for Harley Davidson Motor Cycles; I. H. C. Gasoline I ngines
and Ideal Irngtion Pumps.
Call and make your wants known. It does not cost anything to look at good
might be profitable to both of us. Yoursvery truly,
d. Mcdonald
3rd and Cascade Streets
The W. G. Aldred
COMPANY
Contractors,
Excavating
and Grading
Crushed Rock, Sand
i
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Wednesday, October
2,lol,8i
2,-102,;:r
l,S70,0(to
i,rox,oro
1,20(1, 1S."
Mrs. I). I). Loom is
Leonard Miller
Mrs. Mayan Simonton..
Florence Stevens
Lavena Sulz
This Contest Will Last For Six
STATEN
35c
65c
MUGGINS
POR CULTIVATING
POR SPRAYING
POR HARVESTING
OperatorsWaiited
Home Telephone Co.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THIS BEAUTIFUL
PIANO
at our store? We are
e;oin.u- to ive it away
absolutely free to the
person who has the
largest number of votes
at the close of our con
test. For cery eel it of
purchases at our :;tove
you are entitled to one
piano vote.
18, the Vote Stood:
1,1 .VU 120
. sos,:::;o
. 721,000
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. 22,110
Months
ON THE
HEIGHTS
$7.25
50 lbs. P.est Dairy Salt 60c
.Jelly Classes per doz 25c
Class Wash Poard, regular G0c -10c
H. & C. Catsup, regular 25c 20c
Arm & Hammer Soda, ree;. 10c 5c
Colden Cate Paking- Powder, r
lbs. $1.75, 2 1-2 lbs 90c
Cood Laundry Soap 7 bars for 25c
Store
Spring Tooth Harrows
Cultivators, riding
Plows
Cultivators, walking
Kimball Wccdcrs
Sherwin-Williams Arsenate Lead
Hods and Nozzles
Hay Tools
Carriers, Forks, Track and Rope
and
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