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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1913)
nOOD RIVER GLACIEK, TnUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913
We have recently received and have now on show an excel
lent line of Western made Library Tables. These are of the
newest designs, finished in fumed, harly Lnglish, Golden Oak
and Mahogany. Prices from $J.50 to $27.00. The best value
for money ever brought into Hood River. Call and see them.
We have Dining Tables equally as good from same factory.
'THE WHITE IS KING"
The new No. GO Sit-Strate White is the highest development
of Sewing Machine. With this machine the operator can sit in
a perfectly easy and 'graceful position, directly in front of the
needle, where, without any effort, twisting or bending one way
or the other, she is able to note the progress of the work -a
feature ihat is impossible with the ordinary machine.
The new improved model at the old price, $50.00.
5 Discount for Cash on all Purchases
STEWART & FRENCH
Hardware, Furniture and
Orchard Supply House
U. OF 0. INCREASES GROUND BROKEN FOR
ITS EFFICIENCY CARNEGIE LIBRARY
By Professional Experts
Mr. Rancher and
Let us attend to the needs
of your horses' feet. . . ..
Corner Fourth and Columbia Streets
'TKo TTniveraitv firearm ha a in.
ftrnaacul its offii'ionf in avoru Hanart.
mem, aru propgecis are uii$ni ior a
food attendance at tha University this
fall," said Graduate Manager Arthur
wir i.parv wnn turn in in firv I nn ra-
day making arrangements for the Glee
club and viHitinc with alumni.
"With the $,;o,000 increased mainte
nance for the regular departments of
the University of Oregon, and $15,000
for the extension department granted
hv lha luar lalktnfnra " lam M a
Geary, "the board of regents has been
able to add several departments and
strengthen the old courses. The pro-
curing ui ur. n. nouge, 01 iar
University, one of the strongest Chau
tauqua lecturers and thinkers in the
country, for one year will enable us
to give a tremendous boost to the ex
VVIICIUM n Ul (ma
"The employment of a municipality
expert as instructor in tne department
vi rcunuiiMca win enauie me university
tn uli tha eition ami tnwna nf nrin
in flrillinf tho initrntiaimi mill t i nl ifii o
oi ainicuuies wmcn coniront tnem.
"Primfifini J V Stfttaon ajhn hna an
cepted a chair in hydraulic and sani
tary engineering, continued Mr. ueary,
"will renrinr valuable aid tn th nnnli
or tne state by experiments, investiga-
tinnn find stdvua in muttora if aunilo.
tion. With 44 cases of typhoid fever
rennrtpd in Orpffnn C.itv it ia arinuront
that there is much need of improving
me water supplies or many or the
inwni nr tnA statA Fritaimv staf
fflrd. hp&H nf thfl rhpmiBtru Hnnort.
merit, has made a careful study of
Water ll tpratfnn in r.llfnnA nnrl lha
pattern atutt-m with thm t-Aanlt that tha
filter established by the city of Eugene
unuer nis airection nag reduced the
bacilli in water there to an infinitesi
mal minimum. Manv towns which
have invested heavily in water systems
nnd at certain seasons of the year that
colon bacilli affect their water. Meth
ods of preventing this occurrence must
ue luuwt'u ana me increased iacuity
Our Bread Man
is one of tin; most skillful in the
business. What be doesn't know
about bread making isn't worth
knowing. Just to prove to your
self how foolish it is to swelter
over a hot oven, try a loaf of our
light, white, toothsome bread.
Once tried it is always a favorite.
Fourth and State
Hood River, Ore.
fgi We Give frtf Green Trading
fVj Stamps fe
J. K. K1NSEY, Proprietor
New Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries
Green Vegetables, Flour and Feed
' Delevery Hours:! Wcst' 8 and 10 A- M- 4 p- M
, A ( kast, V-M A. M. and 3:30 P. M
Bell Building Phone 4451
TTEY YOU Mr. Orchard ist, don't forget that
XX j"" win wani every convenience in harvest
ing your apple crop this fall.
THE HOOD RIVER Nailing Tress, with its
new appliances, springs that cause it to work
like a bwiss watch, is the slickest thing vou
ever saw. j"
WE ARE SELLING THESE PRESSES every
fc&v. tome in and put in your order be
fore we have more work placed than we
can turr. out.
W. G. SNOW
roll at the univeristy will enable more
aid to be given than heretofore."
The departments of engineering,
journalism, economics, pre-law, politi
cal science. Dhvsics. cenlopv. nnvchnl.
ogy, German and mathematics nave
been strengthened by addition of strong
men o recognized ability.
"The ffrpnk nhetunlo. te vanM r1ail
opment at the university is the lack of
uuiiuings, maintained Mr. ueary.
"Thfl atata hflfl fin invaafmant nf 7n .
000 at Eugene, but has only added
om,uu, in ouiiuings during tne last ten
years. In the meantime the enrollment
ubb more man uouuiea. small towns
in Oregon have spent twice this sum
on their high school building. Not
withstanding these facts, K. J. Park
ison in his fight against higher educa-
liijti. Hiiprppnpn in Tnrnerina a Toioviin.
uum Bgainsi me i ro,vw voted ny the
ihbi legislature lor Duiidings. The
people will have the opportunity to
Vote llnnn Klin nnnrnrMiatinn in
"p. mull in VIIC
special election called in November.
ibbi year, Mr. ueary, concluded
munv nr oin nrnTpunnra tiut nnt ho.
rooms of their own, but went from one
buildin? tn nnnthpr tn moot thai
i-iasses. iiiis conauion win ue more
aggravated this year and a plan is pto-
nmiind k . . hrnlian f..m tk. MA
-. waa mivmi. uiv Ilea
Cnrnfoia llhat at Ifl A'lrwilr l.al E.I
day morning, and the building 'will bit
rushed tn iMnnlot
state that it must be completed in
iuur monins. uniy a moderate crowd
iurneu out for the ground-breaking
. . HD KIV VA 111. WUW'
mencement of the new library was ap-
iKi.nnt !. I: ii i i r
aicMiijF nine anuwn.
Mrs. r!hna H Paatnav ammUw
ui me woman s ciuo, made tne pre-
seniauon speech in behair oi the club,
giving Miss Mary McLaren the spade,
tied With m orppn Ant is hi to aihhr.
with which Miss McLaren dug the first
shovelful of dirt, which was followed
oy cneering oi tne onlookers.
ine DUllnincp ritmmittM wimnvu m.
Truman Butler, chairman, E. O.
Blanchar, Mrs. H. F. Davidson. Miss
MarV McT-arAn and Jwtitra foiitnii. 1
W. Putnam and G. A. McCurdy, of the
tuunty couri, were an present with
the exception of the two last named
mnM C W 1 1 1 i I .
iieii. iu. j. cioom iook a group pic
ture of the
The final jtiilminntinn nf 4Va Affnwta
. ........ .vl WIV CllUItB
of many of the citizens for this new
library, after several years' work to-
woiu hub ena, ib inueea graurying.
Socials, rnntaf h nnH AniovainmAnfa
have been held to raise money to
i a u nt I j ui is unueriBKing, wmcn is now
an assurer snrrr'psn It mm
necessary tn rut Hnwn nnn nf tha lam
oak trees, but those remaining will
tuuiriuuie towsru a Deautuui library
United Brethren Church.
AdVentiatu HpHnn Afhata an lha
80eaker Will Iprtllro in r.ra'na IT R
church next Sunday and a part of next
ReV. J. S Rhnflffoa nf II
Ore., will disenss the following sub-
jccib: ii a. m., - ine Dnited States
History What it is Not." 7:30 p. m..
"The Salihnth Whn CI van onrl a I
rv ii ui n itivunuriAn ir hnrioH
day night, "The Foundations of Seventh
Day Adventism, or the 2300 Days of
uuu. o .JO,
Lvervbodv Wfli-nmP. Mo Ri'hla min.
Hanr nan n fT.a., ) il:. j. a.
auuru iu iiiioo tins ireai.
J. B. Parsons, minister.
Okiatt, Safest. Strongest. Best
Standard funfly medidne.
No alcotwL Sold for 60 years.
Art Vtjr Doctor. ift-
Surest Way to
i,.t?,eir Cass nd y : "I want a
HYOMEI outfit." Take it home poor
a few drop ol HYOMEI from the bottle
lntO the 1 it tin lion! rnliku. ;n.1...
- t ----- v. i u t-rv. luimirr
breathe it for five minutes and note the
refreshing relief breathe it four or five
times a day for a few days and Catarrh
and all its symptoms will gradually dis
appear. Booth's HYOMEI is balsamic air: it
contains no opium, cocaine or other
harmful druir. unit ia anlri nn mnn l..l.
plan for Catarrh, Croup, Bronchitis and
toughs. Complete outfit (includes in
ha er) fl.OO extra bottles if later needed
50 cents at Keir & Cass and druggists
everywhere. Simple instructions for use
in every package you can't fail. Just
breathe it no stomach dosing.
O.-W. R. & N. Issues "Round-Up" Folder
A handsome folder telling of the
Pendleton "Round Up" has just been
issued hv tha () -W R AN rv. ti,:.
- jf a.. Hi ... w. 1 IIIH I
yearly lunction bringing back to real
jf w . a. luring WUV.( tJ ItOI
tie the anpnpA nf pnrlior Hnua mhan
the cowboy rode the vast ranges'of the
' ia uvvviiiui
known in all parts of the United States
man any umer carnival or us nature.
The east is learning of the "Round
Un" and tnilriuta a ra nnin huninnini. tj
i . . w.w " " ui-fllJ.fl.lK; w
hibii meir inps 10 tne racinc coast in
the fall of the year that they may see
mo icaiure oi me event
jected to build temporary shacks, if
the approriation bills fail to be ap
proved oy me people.
THINK OF IT
30,000 People Publicly Recommend Our
Remedy. Some are Hood River People
Over one hundred thmiRnnd havo van.
ommemied uoan's Kidney Pills,
ror backache, kirinnv nnnnru il a
Thirty thousand signed testimonials
re appearing now in public print.
Some of them are Hood River people.
ouine are puonsned in Hood Kiver.
No other remeriv Rhnuia simh nuif
Follow this Hood River mnn'a ev
Wililam Hoorman, 415 Sherman ave.,
Hood Kiver. Ore.. hvh- "I wna in
shape with kidney trouble. My back
WHH VITV Ume HUH I urns unimn.nl a
great deal by the kidney secretions.
i couiu nanny stoop. Doan's Kidney
rills miicklv rclievpH thpue oilr,,.,.,(u
and publicly recommended them. I
kci great lener, whenever 1 take
ine. iou may continue publishing my
tUI IIIKl lUMillllUlliai.
For Sftle bv nil dpalpra P rifiO RO inn t a
...ii 11 V 11" 1.311 fcfj.
roster-Milhurn Cai.. Hnffaln Vu, v.l-
boi am'iiiB lor tie i nited (States.
Kememher the name Doan'g and
take no other.
..Livery, Feed and Draying..
DrxvAlMAHANS & RATHBUN
Hood River, Ore.
Horses iKiulit, sold or exchanged.
Pleasure parties can sei'iirnjtl rat-class rigs.
Kiuii.iiil nt .... .: i .
. aiiruuiiu kivi w moving luruiture an
We do everything horses can do.
Hunt Paint & Wall Paper Co.
w-inic line oi UIL2, UKUStlliS, Ltc.
Heath & Milligan Mixed Paints
Room i Mouldings
Bulk Calcimine Mixed to Order
(An Advertisement. From Pacific
Old Father Hubbard
Went to the cupboard,
io gei nis uwn Self a green
He had a good pull
So found it chock full,
And thus could he go it alone.
He started a press,
To do nrintinir. No less
ihan the best of its kind in the
Then platforms he "took"
Keadinir thincs from hia lui,,ir
wun an artistic tone and a band
From the volumes he's writ,
inev sav he ia It
(Set "It" with a cnnitnl rl...
u-i.:. u l l i ' ' r"-v,
nirii snows wnai one can
bet accomplished by plan.
it ne press his affairs with a
Hut be not misled
Or vour fame's rpdv.rlpnrt
Your name something fetching
No Jones. Smith nr flunn
Can have a "long run,"
. Or get very far up the tree.
So the point I woulri'mako
Just for argument's sake,
concerns any name we all read:
If you have a strong cog.
ine world rolls your log
"Who is advertised well, must suc
-Clifton S. Wady.
Check a COIli-h nr nil. I in tha 1. ,.,,. I,..
fore it develops a serious case. Ballard's
llort'llomid iSvrim is an i.lTmni.n ..!, i
j - i- - i.i. v. , 1.1 , viiicm y
or all soreness or congestion in the
lungs or air passages. Price 'JBc. 6V
and f 1.00 per bottle. Sold bv Chas. N
The Fatal Day W as Near
a foiul mamma to the haf 0 hn
was uress.ng ior tne wedding.
"Never mind, mnmmn aoiA
, ..,aa( OHIU DlIC
sweetly. "They are his last wishes."
orjuctuuer Liippincott 8.
Mt. Hood to Have Saturday Train
Mount HlVwl l.'ililrnol mill
. -a ' ' WUIUIVHW
ir.tr batumav. SiMitmhr iith mr.
oprmi tram leaving nooa mver at Ao
v, hi. iv BCCommiflLA narrnna me hmuK
tO Btend ft fw hnnra in tho ili.
I ..w ... V IV UOIiUI "
uy anernoons, same train will leave
i amuait: ul u:, n. in i nia tram n.u
run on Saturdays only, it having been
ucuiuau iu ir mis ior a montn or six
weeks, hoping that the patronage given
Will lliat. fir ita i.i i.-tnt. . -i - t n
... inokill ua 111 lAJllb.IiUlUaf N4-H n
Buck Raises Giant Cucumber
The larffpnt nnnmrior ava anAM :M
BS ... 1 1 iW. BCCU III
i ic cuy was grown Dy judge A. u.
ouch in nis caruen in thn enatorn .
tion Of the citV Tha hitt ucncl.iMi.
was 13J inches long and 12 inches in
uucuinierence. it ir. nan nn u hann
oirijjcu u wouiu nave looked like a lit-
ue rauiesnane watermelon from Geor
Can't Aflord to Have Kidney Trouble
No man with a fnmilv tn mi..,.i
o,...i ... i.;.. " i.7,r:" y .-"'"" -
jiiiwiv. iu unva Kiuney irouuie, nor need
he fear it with such a remoilv at i,nn.i
- " V. . . 1 1 1 . 11 1 1 1 II II U
as Foley's Kidney Pills. An honest
medicine, safe and reliable, costing but
.! uin uiung mucu good. foley B
Kidnev "Pillsi uTininota ha iL- a l. n aiA
rheunuitism, tone up the system and re-
oiuic nunimi action oi auinevs and blad
der, wold by Chas. N. Clarke.
Improved Roads Pay for Themselves
That monev nnpnr. in imnrnuino mnn.
trv roads is mnr th
increase in the value of land bordering
on the improved roads, has been proved
by data gathered by the office of Public
nunus oi me u. S. Department of Ag-
ncultUre. As nn pyamnla tlta avnanH
iture of S2ro mn nn oa t tk.
-- ' 1 " - fJ i vvii, wi 1 II C I
roads in nno rnnntn in Alabama linn I
- ... i. luunnid iiao i
doub ed the vnlim nf all tha fa.m I
" i"' in laiiu I
in tne county in 10 vears. The im.
Drovement nf m.H in v;.,,-. ;
creased the value of one 100-acre farm
bordering on it from 11,800 to $3,000
auU uia vaiuo or anotner xarm on the
same road increased 50 per cent.
Mother of Eighteen Children
"I Sin thn mnthnrnf aiahtaan i.l.:i.lrnn
w. iMilWUU II lltlll i: II
and have the praise of doing more work
nmu any young woman in my town,"
ll-r i ii. M , 1 T IJ i:.. ii
....ii..!, mm. v.ii. msruii, rtoone mill,
V a, "I Rllffurpii fnr Hi', .mo r-m u.itV.
stomach trouble and could not eat as
much as a biscuit without suffering. I
nave taken thran hnttlaa nf rM,..,v,...
1 ---- wvi.i- vi i vumiiuvr
lain s Tablets and am now a well wo
man ami weigh 168 pound". I can eat
anything I want to, and as much as I
want, and feel better than I have at any
Juno in ten years, i reier to anyone in
Hoone Mill or vicinity and they will
vouch for h at. 1 an V " Pliamlia.lnin,a
rr i i . - . ... . vimiiiuvi miu a
iiioieis are for sale by all dealers.
How About You?
"It iS a Well bnnwn fai-t that fnnatlu
everybody has a well developed bump
u vuiiuBuy, saia tne practical man.
"Think so?" inquired the other.
-mi Juuq aqj mnj IM qrJB.3BJ8d sim
a8 oi(M edoad em jo jsoui '. B9X,
September Lippincott a.
The llPflltllir ilamnliunt nn.litiA.
-, UV11111I1VV1.1V ifuKiuicg ui
toley Honey and Tar Compound are
ui tiupucaieti in any otner medicine for
coughs and colds. Any substitute offer
ed you is an inferior article. Refuse to
accept it for it can not produce the heal
ing and soothing effect of Foley's Honey
Slid Tar fonumnnii Insist iiivin tlta
genuine, which contains no opiates,
Slllil ho H
"V viibd. ... VHnfaQ.
came rushing into our office and
wanted an Abstract in a hurry, lie
seemed to think we kept th em on
hand and could pass the one he
wanieangiiiovertouim. It was the
first tinifi hn hail avar ..nnil
A Lh tract. .lie had an opportunity to
ume d.i investment which gave
promise of rich returns. It was an
unusual chance. He had no ready
monev BO had anna tn hia hank tn nut
iv uy placing a mortgage upon ins
land. The bank, accnrilinir tn itu na.
torn, demanded an Abstract ami re-
ierreu mm to us. INow the man had
lived on this land. He had paid gcod
monev for it. Ha Iml.l a u-.
Deed. He thought it was his. Tt.
WaS. buttliarfl U'QU fl ". 'Illllil unnn H...
Title" which hail tn ha nUml K.,
vv V. 1 V. 1. 1 1 U MO-
lore be could obtain any money upon
ioiiu. mere were ueiects in the
instruments as recorded which could
be remedied nnlv hv a MOnrca nt rha
j ii 1:0
Court. This required time. Mean-
wmie ine opportunity for the promis
ing investment had passed.
This is not fiction. It ia tint iwn
exceptional. It in th ani-t at ti,;,,..
that is occuring repeatedly.
You own land in Ilnnr! I.'iin-
County. You intend, some day, to
iivb it covereu Dy an Abstract.
Why Not Now? Thura ia nnll.i,,,.
to be gained by delay and may be
iuuu.i iu lose, ii matters not what
you think about your land, your
title is onlv aa imnii tha .ii.
show. The business of th Ah.
BtraCter IS to own vnn tha runA.,l r.t
- D - - J ..vi 11VUIU VI,
Borne people seem afraid to enquire
1I.UJ Lilt! 11LIH T.O t.hair unrl T i...
Drefer to nlav "nntrinh' a,i
think there can tut nut I, ino thatimiiKU
- n mi 1 1 v ii ii n;
With it. IV i.n thn A .. ;i
..... uviii mn viajf uuiiies, as ii
suieiy win, mat, uiey must have an
Abstract thev ftrn Hinannnintuit that
thev have to wait for the Abstracter
to do his work. But they can't blame
the abstracter. It taknn timo tn
nare a correct and complete Abstract.
Besides there are alwava ntlmr h,,rr
orders ahead which must be finished
before new work is begun. It is even
more annoying to learn that the title
you thought good is imperfect. The
trouble may be slight and of a nature
which could Im rmlil V rttniAvu.1 Vint
still sufficient to cause an exasperat-
iuK ueiay at a ume wnen one wishes
to make a quick sale or raise mnnpw
upon a mortgage.
Be wise enough to have your Ab
stract made NOW, while there is no
urgent neeu ior prompt action.
Come in nnd tullr tn na ah,,.,t ;t
may be able to make a few sugges
tions of benefit to you.
We have heen o.mrch.'n,.
m. , vu.iiui. ,vlVU
Hiver Titles sin.H 1 Xstil ami if ti,.,-
is a flaw in the Title we can find it.
Hood River Abstract Co.
Does Your House Need
NOW IS THE TIME TO PAINT
"The Best On Earth"
CHAS. N. CLARKE
The Glacier Pharmacy
Westlnghome Heating and CooKing Apparatus
Electric Irons Frying Pans Disc Stoves Toaster Stoves
Always in Stock at Moderate Prices. Let Us Show You.
Bartmess Bid. BAILEY & COLBY Phone 1524
For Rent Apartments
in New Telephone BIdg.
Call Telephone Office.
Stanley-Smith Lumber Co.
Order your boxes early.
Special drive in California
apple boxes of 8 cents while
they last. Orchard Lad
ders, 12 foot lengths, $1.50
Give us your orders for
Independent Meat Co.
The New Cash Market
at the old stand of Central Market 307
Oak St, the market where you get the
most and beet meats for your money.
We handle the Government Infmected
Meats which insures you quality. We
want your business and if a square deal
can get it come to us, honest weights
and prompt service is our motto. Four
deliveries daily. Give us a trial,
J. B. Anderson, Manager
Is often caused bv indikwtmn o.t
constipation, and quicklv disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken
For sale by all dealers.
Mrs. Carson Wins $25 Prize
Z By working out a rhebua that ap
peared In a hardware men's publication
and advertisiliu"morlo in PlnlaHolnhia"
products, Mrs. J. K. Carson last week
receiveu as a pnae a check for the sum
vi uui oi a large list or contest
ants Mrs. Carson'a was the only cor
rect solution of the puzzle.
Sickly children need White's Cream
erniifiifte. It not only destroys worms,
if there mv Kni it m, a utMniii.
ening tonic in the stomach and bowels.
Price 25c ner hntt la 8iM htr Phaa v
MOUNT HOOD LODGE
HOMER A. ROGERS,
Splendidly situated in the Upper
Hood River Valley at the base of
Altitude 2800 feet.
Rates $2.50 per day., f 16 per week.
Complete facilities for mountain
eering and the ascent of Mount Hood.
Phone 314 Odell (via Hood River.)
Pastries, Cakes and Bread
We have again opened our bakery on Twelfth Street
on the Heights. Our goods are selected and new.
We will appreciate calls from our old patrons.
Arlo R. Bradley
Switches and Puffs
Made from Your ow n Hair
MRS. W. HICKS
1103 Eugene $t Hood River, Ore.
THE QUESTION BEFORE EVERYWOMAfTl
l'o- "UTa- T 1 ' I
is: "Where ran T find fl
satisfactory; who will deliver what I send for
without substituting an inferior article?"
is: "Here we are! Give us a call, or send alone
S7gamV" YU 11 need t0 ask that
"THE BEST THINGS TO EAT"
J. M. WOOD. Proprietor
-raiune IT r,.