The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, April 03, 1913, Image 6

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PINE GROVE BOX CO.
BEST GRADE OF
Apple Boxes a"d Building Material
Lumber Yard at Odell Factory .
Also at Mill at Mr. Hood P. 0.
Diversified Farming
Is as necessary for y our success as assorted merchandise is for ours
BURPEE'S -Seeds That Grow"
will solve several problems of comfort ami profit. Have you receive-! your
catalogue? We have it for the asking.
Our Prices are just the same in all cases as Burpee's
except that we are aide to SAVK YOl' I K K-S ami a long wait, and
give you a chance to exchange over-supplies. We have sold l.LKI'hh'S
seeds for ft ye.irs. We s-dl you jut-t what you want from sealed bulk pagkages
1 Ounce or lOO Pound.
By a new process of cleaning, a" our neds especially grass average
00.70 per cent Pure
If you have the slightest iloiibt a-k to ht .,nr KXCLl'H VK selling commis
sion from llurpee. Healed l'.H.i package. analyst tei-t of prrity.
DON'T PLANT TOO EARLY The Air is Warm, tut the Ground is Not
I!y MAKCII 10th we will have the l'.CIU'KK Itfc ASSOK1 MENTS for
CHILDREN'S GARDENS
Also the Utirpeo book, "Small (jardens for Small Folk?." Free leaflets on
culture of any special seeds.
Garden Tools of the Self-Sharpening Kind
KANGA HOSE
Warranto! for 2 yean wears fi, $6.00 for 50 feet. Complete
You dimply can't buy better at any price. Odd lengths mill ends
94.00 for 50 ft. 8c ft. any length
we take all of these the mill has great bargain. Our daily prices are the.
bargain-counter prices of others, became our expenses which you pay are
no small.
Your Credit is Good
Hundred of our oldest customer take advantage of our discount system. A
clear Having it is money madu for both, and baH justified many reiluced
prices. Let us explain to you.
STEWART HARDWARE
Butler Banking Company
ESTABLISHED 1900
Capital One Hundred
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
LESLIE BUTLER, President TRUMAN BUTLER, Vice-President
C. II. VAUGIIAN, Cashier
F. I!. SNYKEIi
Hood River ' Plumbing Co.
SANITARY PLUMBING
AND HEATING X? & X?
Tinning and Sheet Metal WorK. Gasoline En
gine, Pumps, Rams. Repairing Promptly
Attended. Estimates furnished.
Office in Davidson Building
Phone 15 11 Third and Cascade
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HODEL
Fourth & nd State
UPPER VALLEY NOTICE
List Your Places for Special Attention With
WARD IRELAND CORNELL
Upper Valley Real Estate Insurance
Improved and Unimproved Orchard Land
Phon OdU 33T
Hood River Connection
Guy Y. Edwards & Co.
& FURNITURE CO.
Thousand Dollars
11. 11. POWELL
CASH STORE
Groceries
Chicken Feed
Hay and Grain
The Handy Corner
Feed (EL Grocery Store
ON THE "EIGHTS
"What a
Big Loaf
of bread lor the money" you w ill
exclaim w hen you see one of ours.
Well, we believe in giving quan
tity as well as quality. We reap
our reward in your satisfaction
and continued custom. Try our
rolls, cakes and pastry too They
are jut as good as our bread and
as any bis mother or anybody else
ever baked.
BAKERY
Hood River, Ore.
U. C. M. RANCH
Parkdale
I'ppor Hood River Valley
GROWER CRITICIZES
POORNESS OF PACK
Hood River, Ore., 3-23-13.
" Editor of the Glacier: In s recer.t
Issue, a ahort article appeared, "Com
missioners Find Had Applet," which it
certainly most interesting reading in
the light cf recent eventa in our coun
ty. It hardly aeemi post i lie that they
found any Hood Kiver apples in Port
land that were bad. Put of still
greater interest is why they hould de
sire to buy this particular box of fun
gus fruit.
It is barely possible, judging from
recent occurnces, that they desired to
have a souvenir of a now supposedly
extinct orchacrd pest; or maybe to
present an object lesson to all fruit
inspectors in the future who are der
elrct in their duties, or more valuable
still to form tne nucleus of a museum
of predatory insects and pets that pes
tered the apple growers of Hood River
valley in 1913 H. C.
At any rate, we taxpayers ought to
know why they wanted to possess this
particular box of infested fruit. Un
less a reason is advanced, we shall ex
pect a jury of amiable personalities to
declare the salaries of said county
court null and void during the time
spent in bartering for a worse than
worthless box of infested fruit when
they should have been engaged in pre
venting scores of similar boxes leaving
the valley.
'Tis true we-want to get rid of the
infested fruit, at least some of us, even
though we opposed every effort of our
once constituted authoritity preventing
the continuous production of infested
fruit all for the sake of a few paltry
dollars economically invested in expert
advice. It is all the more surprisng,
when we must remember that only last
Wednesday the IlooU Kiver apple grow
ers in mass meeting voted to undertake
the incorporation of a business controll
ing over a quarter of a million dollars
worth of property which business de
pends for its success upon the complete
eradication kof every form of orchard
pest.
Ouite recently, an authority on (he
apple industry in our valley publicly
said, in referring to our present facili
ties for rigid fruit inspection, "We
have been sitting round like a lot of
'woodin Injuns.' " He might well
have said, "Many of us are either fools
or knaves." And between dealing with
the two I take the knave.
rellow Fruit Growers! isn't it about
time we were ceasing that bitr noise
outisda the valley about perfect fruit
and doing inside little or much, as indi
vidual ciscB demand, by compelling
owners to clean up or grub up their in
fested trees.' Why should any orchard
ist be allowed to harbor these death
dealing pests across the fence any more
than to allow him to walk abroad when
his family is a (Hided with the small
pox? There isn't any, other than our
cupidity of the "woodin Injun" type.
We will get an experiment Btation
but what about the interval now exist
ing when everybody is a law unto him
self? An emergency, a crisis, has
arisen, but our boasted production of
perfect fruit is a mockery so lung sa
we allow selfish interests to interfere.
We are like the fellow who bought a
pocket book and had nothing to put
into it. The present idea seems to be
to advertise the glories of Hood River
while calmly smiling at the dishonest
methods of influential growers and tak
ing the successes of the older orchard
ists as a criterion, as well aa, their
oTteTf ' pemiaMnt'aTpmgn8 agahwkM.OOO Persons publicly Recommend Our
wio cmiHiniiuy njuruuaiuK mruum ui
nests, fungi, etc.
The result-earnest desire to buy I
box of fungus anples.
Yours truly,
Jas. K. Eorden.
Communication
Editor Glacier: I noticed the article
in the Odell items of the (iliicier of
week before last in regard to the acoi
dent occuring on the school grounds at
Odell, when Irwin Heft hud his arm
broken by playing blackmail with the
older boys.
1 am very sorry the accident ocouired
and hope the boy will improve rapidly
without any ill effects, hut deplore the
fact tlmt one boy should lie blamed and
criticized as he was, as we are satisfied
it was purely accidental, and the toy
who is bluined is as sorry as anyone
that the accident should have occurred.
'lhere might be room for a division
of opinion as to whether the boy should
be punished or not, although 1 believe
the general sentiment tends to regard
the occurrence as a pure accident. Hut
there is no question about the uncalled
for injustice of censuring the hid in u
public newspaper which reaches the
eyes of thousands of people who nre in
no way concerned. E. T. tolls.
Cough ami foiMiinptii it
Coughs ami colds, when neuhrted, al
ways lend to serious Iroiihleof the humy.
The wisest thing to do when you have a
cold that trouble yon is to get a, iMlle
of I'r. King's New liscivery. Von will
get relief from the first dose, and linully
the cough will disappear. (). II. Hrown.
of Muscadine, Ala , writes: "My wife
was down in bed with an obstinate
cough, ond I honestlv believe had it lint
been for Ir. King's New l'iscovcrv, she
would not be living today." Known for
forty-three years as the best remedy for
coughs and cold, l'rice fiiie and $1.00,
Keconunelided by ( has. N. Clarke.
Pine (irovc Grange News
The 1'ine Grove grunge has notified
Hon. Jonathan Houine, .)r., who is
chairman of the congressional com
mittee on government aid to post
roads, that it prefers, if the govern
ment is going to expend any n.oney? rn
the betterment of the post roads, that
the supervision of the expending of
the money he left to the government.
Thus, it is stated, the use of such ap
propriations will be keiit out of the
hands of petty, local politicians.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jarvis have been
appointed as deleagtes to the state
grange, which will meet in Albany.
Meed the Cough that Hung On
The seeds of consumption nuw be the
cause, and a cough that bangs u',, Wl
ens the system, l'olev's Hom e ,md Tar
Compound checks the cough, he.il- the
inllmned membranes and streim'iiens
the iungs. E. I1. Kountree, Sullniori-,
(in., savs: "l.agiippe left me a deep
seated, hacking, painful cough winch
Eoley's Honey and Tar completely
cured." Cli.is. N. t arke
Assessor Completes Plot
Jasper Wiekham, county assessor,
has just completed the now i wnership
plot of the county. He andjhis deputy,
H. M. Francis, arc now busy making
the assessments of property fer the
year. Mr. Francis has already about
completed the Oak Grove district.
"Our baby cries for Ciinmlvl.vn's
Cough Kemedy," writes Mrs. T. B
Kendrick, Kasactt, Ga. "It is the best
cough lemedy on the market tor coughs,
colds and croup." For sale bv all dealers.
CONFERENCE TO PRO
MOTE UNIFORM RULES:
At a cor.ferer.ee of 14 cf the leading
frt t.Ti'f9 of the Wenatchee, aki
t Hoed River and Kogue Kiver dis
tricts. fit-Id in the othcea of the North
weett'rn fruitgrowers' Association in
the Si Ki'iii ft building, in Portland, late
Itiurcday night, tentative rules relat-
to stanuara system ui urouuiu ;
grd pa( Ki' g
were adopted, says me j
ttce corroosed fcf E.IE.
Sam-
Km, of North Yakima ; H. W. Otis, of
Werat-t.; A. VV. Peters, of Hood
Kiver, ai:d A. C P.andall, of Medford, !
.,, appointed to endeavor to arrange )
fur joii.t action through the executive
commit!-e of the North Pacific Fruit
Distributors' Association of Spokane,
ith the iiit a t.f having uniform rules
for packire and grading adopted
thrutiL'Uiit the entire Pacific north
west. CONCRETE CONCERN
SEES GOOD SEASON
Arln Pradley, of the Bradley Bros.
Tile & Concrete Block works, sees a
profptr"J3 year ahead for this indus
try. The concrete block factory is in a
secluded place on Taylor street, and
hut few people know that there is a
large sracc tnere tnBt '8 covered witn
blocks and tiles of all shapes and sizes
being Hired and made resdy for use.
When the concrete concern is working
at full blast, it employs five men.
"Our orders are all the time increas
ing," Miya Mr. Pradley, "and the past
month has been the best we have ever
had so early in the season. We have
already suld 'idO worth of tiles and
blocks this month."
The gravel used in the manufacture
of the blocks is secured from a pit in
a hillside back of the factory. The
sand is hauled from the bar on the Co
lumbia. Experts who have been here
to inspect the plant declare that no
better sand and gravel can be found in
the state.
Sailer Trio Pleases Audiences
The prurgams rendered by the Salter
Trio, who were presented here last
Thursday and Friday evening at the
Electric Theatre, were decidedly pleas
ing. The three clever young ladies
gave delightful entertainments. Espec
ially are their songs good, when their
three voices mingle together. But all
of their numbers were good and were
appreciated. The concert grew better
toward the end and the audience seem
ed to regret that the program was
ended.
Miss Florence Eugenia Salter is a
violinis'te and second soprano. Especi
ally did she pleasethe audience with
her instrumental selections. Miss
Alice May Lund, contralto, sang some
old southern songs. Miss Irusa Beryl
Shumway has a very sweet first so
prano voice that captivates her audi
ences. The Salter Trio, while the local audi
ence appreciated the program rendered,
would go far in winning greater praise
if the program consisted to a greater
extent of short, spicy selections, in
stead of too many longer and more Ber
ious ones.
THINK OF IT
KtmPflV. NlltlP arp lionn IflVPr I Pon P.
Over one hundred thousand have rec
ommended Dunn's Kidney Pills,
For backache, kidney, urinary ills,
Thiiiy thousand signed testimonials
Ara appearing now in public print.
Some of them are Hood Kiver people.
Some are published in Hood River.
No other remedy shows such proof.
Follow this Hood Kiver man's ex
ample. William Doorman, 415 Sherman ave.,
Hood Kiver, Ore., says: "1 was in
bad Bhape with kidney trouble. My
back was very lame and I was annoyed
a great deal by the kidney secretions.
I could hardly stoop. l)oaris Kidney
Pills quickly relieved these ailments
and 1 publicly recommended them. 1
still get great relief, whenever 1 take
them. You may continue publishing
my' former testimonial."
For sale by nil dealers. Price 50 cents.
FoBter-Milbiirn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doau's and I
take no other. !
The Spring Ground Hog
Sny.are you conscious spring has come,
With gentle zephyrs, balmy, bum;
The ground hog's sure been going some,
Begone, Old Winter, come on, Spring,
come !
With wintry blasts of snow and Bleet,
Rack came the hog with icy feet;
He's got a cinch that cant' be beat
And growls at us when e'er we meet.
We're hoping he'll go back and sleep,
And never once come out to peep
Till next year's snow is good and deep,
0, let up now, we pray and weep.
W. R. Winans.
Neighbors Note Factory Slogan
The Hood River Commercial club has
started a vigorous and fighting cam
paign for factories. Its slogan is
"More Factories," and its efforts have
met with some success. Factories are
what helps towns become cities and
cities become larger.
An agricultural community never
created a city it takes manufacturing
and the manj'with'the dinner' pail and
many of him to build a city substan
tially." Eugene needs factories to con
tinue to grow Eugene Daily Guard.
For Hums, Itruises and Sores
The quickest and surest cure for burns,
braises, boils, sores, inflammation and all
akin diseases is Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
In four days it cured L. H. Hatl n, of Ire
dell, Tex , of a sore on bis ankle which
pained him so he could hardly walk.
Should be in everv house. Only L'Cie.
Recommended by Chna. N. Clarke.
Mason Says Referendum Will Be Invoked
A. I. Mason says that the referen
dum will be invoked posthaste on the
appropriation made by the legislature
for new buildings for the University of
Oregon. F. H. Parkinson, a Portland
attorney, who figured in the referen
dum of the bill of appropriations of
two vears ago, is taking an active'part
in the present campaign, which has for
its ultimate end the consolidation of
the two institutions of higher educa
tion, the Univeristv of Oregon and the
Oregon Agricultural College.
When medicine must be given to
voung children it should be pleasant to
take. Chamlierhiin's Cough Remedy
is made from loaf sugar, and the roots
used in its preparation giue it a Haver
similar to maple syrup, making it pleas
ant to take. It has no superior for
colds, cronp and whooping cough. For
sale by all dealers.
Aycr's Pills
Hiidacht Biliousness
Constipation Indigestion
bold tor toU years.
A4 Your Doctor. 1
Baby Chicks
EGGS FOR HATCHING
. . . FKOM . . .
S. C. White Leghorns W. P. Rock
S. C. Rhode Island Reds and
Indian Runner Duck
Are you particular? WE ARE!
That's why our Chicks and Ducklings
are in such demand.
They Live They Grow They Pay
ROOD RIVER POULTRY YARDS
J. R. NICKELSEN, Prop.
Sct.Poultry Yards at Frankton PHONE 5929
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VEIERIXAIIY SURGEON
Is prepared to do ny work In the retprln
ry fine. He can be fonnd by chIIIdk at or
pboolng- to Clarke 11 drug more.
SQUARE DEAL" WOOD MEN
W'e wish to notify our patrons
that we are still in business and
are able to furnish any kind of
wood they deeire at the most rea
sonable prices. Thanking our old
customers for their patronage in
the past, and soliciting new ones
to give us a trial. Deliveries made
in large or small quantities.
City license to do team work.
GEO. W. HOWARD & SON
Phone 5943 16th and Cascade
New Schedule
Mount Hood Railroad
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5 Ktleetlve 13-01 A. M. O
s Sunday. Wept. 8, "
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8 00. J..V iiiMxi River Ar &
8 OS I'otcenlnle !i Ml
8 15 Hwllclihui-k ii 30
8 H! Van Horu i 10
8 40 Molir 2 Of.
Oft Odell 2 UI
9 15 Huiumlt.. 1 f0
20 Bloucher 1 4.(
45 WIiimhh 1 8.S
10 10 .Dee 1 30
10 15. Trout, Creek. 1 IS
111 40 Wood woi 111 ..1 OS
10 45. Ar Parkdale Lv. ..1 00
A. WILSON, Agent.
For Sale
One second-band 30-horsepower
boiler, 1 25-horso power engine, 1
30-horeepowvr Westingliouse mo
tor, 1 soft mud brick machine.
All in Good Repair
A. T. ZEEK ?
H-l-M-M I"I"I"I"1"I-1"I"I"I"I"I"I-I"I-l-I-I-
W. J. Baker & Co.
Dealers iu
REAL ESTATE
Fruit and Farm
Lands
Rosidont Agents For
Phoenix Assurance Co.
OF LONDON
WOOD and COAL
Slabs-Fir-Oak
Agency for Genuine
Rock Springs COAL
A. C. Lofts
PHONE 3464
COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Hood River's Medical
Institution
Open to the public for treat
ment of Meaical and Surgi
cal cases.
RATES OX APPLICATION
Address
Cottage HospJta! Assn.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON,
NOW IS THE TIME
We have just received a full line of
D. M. FERRY'S SEEDS
Also have
C. C. MORSE'S SEEDS
from California.
These vSeeds Grow
WOOD'S GROCERY
J. M. WOOD. Proprietor.
Phone 2121 Free Delivery
"THE BEST THINGS TO EAT"
Just Arrived
OUR NEW SPRlNGSTYLESOFf
"STAR BRAND" SHOES
have just come in. You should Bee them, they are fine examples of
Sboemaking. Each style shows op better than the other. You'll
like some of them because they are just what you want. Some of
Our Popular Seller the PATRIOT" a Fine Shoe for Men
The Soft and Good, a Work Shoe True to Name.
"TCS and TED" School Shoes for Boys. Look, try a pair.
STAR BRAND" SHOES ARE BETTER
J. C. J0HN5EN, the
Something You Should Know
About Substitution
If you wanted to buy oak lumber and the 'man delivered
yellow pine, ou would know the difference.
If you wanted to buy silk and they sent you calico, yon
would have no trouble in seeing the substitution.
It is not fo easy, however, with medicine. A great many
medicines look alike and taste alike, BUT THEY DON'T ACT
ALIKE. J nst think this over the neit time you want medi
cines. Remember that at our store yon can absolutely rely on
every drug we sell. The difference between buying medicines
and merchandise is the difference between knowledge and be
lief. You know the one but you have to believe in the other.
You will be absolutely safe when you put your belief in us.
CHAS. N. CLARKE
The Glacier Pharmacy
is Hp if? ft 1fc 1fc
Read This
Before you buy. We ask you to call and inspect our
complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture,
Stoves and Ranges. Everything in house furnishings
We will take your old furniture or stoves
in exchange for NEW GOODS.
O. P. DABNEY & SONS
Guaranteed Cheapest Outfitter
Agents for
Charter Oak Stoves
and Ranges
THE SANITARY MARKET
E. M. Holman
THE HEIGHTS PHONE 2134
Oregon Lumber Co.
Dee, Oregon
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, SHINGLES
SLAB WOOD, ETC. CAN FURNISH
CEDAR SHIP LAP, ANY QUANTITY
Both Phones
TO MAKE GARDEN
Hood River Shoe Man
H$ 1fc Ifc 1fc f? ift 1fc
PHONE 3281
Cor. Fourth and Statb Sts.
Selecting Poultry
here is no lottery. There
is no possible chance for
even the least experienced
to choose a tough, taste
less, stringy chicken, duck
or turkey. For we handle
only choice, young, fresh
killed birds that make
purchasing here a surety
of obtaining the finest
puoltry you ever tasted.
The test is in the taste.
Estimates Furnished