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HOOD RIVER, GLACIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1905.
WILL MAKE ICE ABOUT MAY 15 H. F. Duvidrion export his ice factory uow in courxn of construction to be iiihIudk ice uliout the middle of Way. Mitehitiory will he placed in tlie building the first of next week, and the work will be rushed to com pletion us fust Hd potifible. Lawt neck, Mr. l)uvilaon and his busiueta associates filed articles of incorporation in the county clerk's otlice, of the Hood River Chemical and Cold Storage Company with II. V. Davidson, Chiirles DavidHon and C. II. Custner incorporators. The capitiil stock ill bo ?i"i,(KlO divided into i'jO shares. The Cold Storage Co. is expending l."),tKH) ill the erection of a two-story 40x100 brick warehouse und ice fac tory on the railroad right of way, just north of the Davidson Fruit Co's. box factory. Work is progress ing rapidly, and it is expected that the building will lie completed in a few weeks. The ice plant to be installed will have a capacity of eight tons a day. As one refrigerator car requires live tons of ice, and the local ice plant will be in operation but a few days before the heavy shipping seusoii, w hen 110 and :(," tons of ice are con sumed daily, outside ice will have to bo used a part of the time this sea son. Hereafter the local company expects to have plenty of ice on hand to supply all the fruit cars sent out from hero. Visiter Writes About Heed Kiver. II. V. Davidson who visited recent ly with A. C. liuck of this city, writes as follows to thoMinot (N. 1). ) Keporter : We arrived at J food River and were cordially received by Albert C. liuck and family. Mr. Hi ck and I were comrades in the army together, and had not met since we were mustered out in ('.". It was a happy reunion for us lc:!i, i ud miido our short stay in Hood Kiver very pleas ant indeed. Mr. and Mrs. liuck, Mrs. D.ividson and 1 drove out 111 a carriage, through Hood Kiver valley, towards Mount Hood, ten or 15 miles. The day was warm and sunny, almost per feet. 'Die mountain was a great sur prifo to me, its great height was really awe inspiring. Measuring it as wo could with our eye from its base to its snow capped peak nearly 1'2,IK.K i'ect high. We could also see Mount Adams in Washington, the other side of the Columbia river, but although it is really the higher of the two on ac count of its sides being ragged and cut up with canyons and water cours es, it diil not look as high as Mount Hood. Hood l!ier valley is famous for its wonderful strawberries and not much less for her apples. The strawberry is known here aH Clark's seedling ori ginating nearly years ago near Portland, Oregon. The land is mostly subdivided into five, ten and 20-acro tracts and are called ranchos. A man is a ranchman if he cultivates ten acres of straw berries just the same as though he had '10 acres. These tracts are all under irrigation and are valued at from fcX) to 85tK per acre. There is do much expense attending the strawberry industry I am told, it is not us profitable as growing apples. Mr. Davidson, of the Davidson Fruit Co. informed mo that Hood Kiver had shipped out 90 carloads of strawber ries and several hundred carloads of apples. An apple orchard was shown mo, the owner of which had refused ijill'OO an acre for it, and I am told it has yielded a net profit of iJoiHI per acre each year for several years past. They put a lot of work on their bind, and have strawber ries and apple growing down to a sci ence. Apple trees are sprayed from four to six tiir.os, during the year, to protect them from the scale and other insects. The ground is cultivted level and shallow and is as clean as a garden, not a weed to be seen. 1 would rather own an apple orchard in Hood Kiver valley than a gold mine in the mountains. I was shown through the Davidson Fruit Com pany's packing house and box factory and while there purchased a box of llyds King apples and Font them to Mr. Ace lienton, Minot. They are a large apple but not the largest that grow here. There is no place on the Pacific coast where the coloring of the apple is as perfect as in Hood Kiver valley. Hood river is a montain stream three times greater than that of Mouse river at Minot, and it is a wild, turbulent stream with a fall of about iV) to till foot per mile ; soft clear water. The town lias a population of 1WK) inhabitants, kind hearted, and gen erous peoplo. The Free Masons have a splendid temple of their own and the order is well represented, as also is the Eastern Star. We had the pleasure of visiting with thora and will ever speak well of our hospitable reception. A I i 1 1 l!lu inali-in. There are few discuses that inflict more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which a varied and useless lot of remedies have been suggested. To say that it can tie cured is, therefore, a bold state ment to make, but Chamberlain's I'ain Ilalin, which enjoys an extensive sale, lias met wilh great success in the treatment cf this disease. One appli cation of I'ain Halm will relieve the pain and hundreds of -lufi'erers have les'illed to permanent cures by its use. Why sillier w hi n I'ain I'.alin affords such ipiick relief and costs but a trifle? p.rsali' liy Williams Pharmacy. Captain Jerome Vicltinir Here. Captain Jerome, an old-timer in Hood Kiver, is visiting in the city. In the summer of lsl, Captain Je rome operated a little steamer be tween Cascade Locks and The Dalles, an opposition line to the then Oregon Steamship Navigation Co. UeorgeT. Prather was purser and deckhand on the Luella, while Jerome operated the wheel in the pilot house. Captain Jerome tiled a homestead entry ou what is known as the Harvey Crapper place, and for a nuinlier of years was in partnership with tieorge T. Prather in the carpenter and con tract ir.g business. The Chainplin building on First street ws built by these men, also the Lyman ymith au l Paninuiter liarus, two large struc tures still standing ou Lyman Smith aveuue. A Tried anil True Friend. O e minute Coiigli Cure contains not an atom of any baimful drug, mid it li is I ii curing t'ouahs, ( olds, Croup and Who piei: Cough so l.u.g Unit it bus proven itself to I a tried and true friend to the many who use it. Sold by i. K. Williams. Now that ' I important question is n'liied the uexi thing is the ring line ne.i line o! e: gajeno-nt ami wtddii g riius Prices right. Ciarkc the jeweler. CAPTAIN SPENCER BEGINS RATE WAR Captain E. W. Spenoer has fired the signal gun for the expected l'.Hi'i rate war on the Columbia, says the Telegram, with the annoneement that, beginning on May 1, his steam er, the Charles R. Spencer, would make a round trip daily between Portland and the Dalles, carrying passengers for H each way. The present fare is tl.bO. Manager II. C. Campbell, of the Regulator Line, when asked today if he would follow the cut made by the Dalles Transportation Company, said he was not in a position to say, being no longer interested in the company, but merely a hired man. He would not even sanction the state ment that it was likely his employers would meet the drop in passenger tariffs. Captain Spencer proposes to make five landings between Portland and the Wasco county terminus. These will be Vancouver, Washougal, Stev enson, Collins and Hood Kiver. He believes his steamer can leave here at 7 o'clock each morning and be back again at 9 o'clock in the even ing. Warning to Kickers. St. Peter sits at the heavenly gates, his hands on the strings of the lyre, and sings long songs as he patiently waits for the souls of those who ex pire. He hears in the distance a song that swells from the foot of the heav enly throne, and smiles as the music is wafted along and warbles a lay of his own: "There is room in this region for millions of souls who, by sorrow and woe were bereft; 'tis for those who have suffered the melody rolls, but the kickers turn to the left. There is room for the people who, when they were young, persisted in sowing wild oats, yet boomed up their town with sinow and tongue, but the kickers must go to the goats. There is room for people who pointed with pride to the beauty and growth of their town, who kept singing their praises aloud til they died, but the kicker will please amble down. They'd say their music was all nut of tune and the angelic gown 'hand me down' and send to the moon for a jeweler to sample the gold in their crowns. So while there is room for a million of souls who, by sorrow and woe were bereft, we want no complaints of the music that rolls, so the kicker must turn to the left. Fx. Changes in Train Schedule. A new train schedule is now in effect, making a few slight changes in the arrival of freight und passen ger trains at this point. The morn ing train from Portland has the same schedule as formerly; the Spokane train is two minutes later, and the lute evening passenger three minutes earlior. No. 24, the way freight from the West is also five minutes earlier. From the East No. 1 has been changed to 2 :.r)(!, eight minutes ear lier; No.H remains the same, as does No. 5. The fast freight which was for merly No. 21, has been numbered fi.", and arrives at 1 :05 p. in. The revised schedule is as follows: O. K. & N. TIME TABLE. K'ast bound No. 2, Chleiii;i Hpeciul, a. in. No. 4, Npokiine r Iyer, 8:40 n. in. No. ti, Mull anil Kxprens, 10:40 p. m. No. 2t, Way Freight, l'-!:!.") p. in. No. 22. Kast Freight, 4:0.5 a. in. West bound No. 1, Portland Nieriiil. 8:5! p. m. No. :t, I'orlland Flyer, ft::ia u. m. No. 5, Mall unci Kxpress, 4:IH ii. m. No. 28, Way Freight, H:2." a. in. No. 5f, Fast Freight, l:Uo p. in. Ditch Improvements at Mount Hood. J. N. Knight, who was down from Mount Hood Friday, reports the farmers all busy there. The question of irrigation water is agitating these people as well as the fanners in other parts of the valley. The Mount Hood farmers own their own ditch, but they have not sufficient work accomplished to supply all the water the community wonid make use of. Some of the stock holders in the ditch want those farmers who are using the water to put up the money for improvements,whilo there are oth ers who believe it only just that an assessment be levied upon all the stock alike, whether the owner of the stock is a water user or not. The improv ements will increase the value of the stock, which will result in benellts to all. Mr. Knight is sanguine the situation will work out without any serious difficulty and that all the farmers will have all the water their farms need. A Nisid Attack, l-ast night the little daughter of Mrs. iirnwn, as she was sweetly and peace fully slept in her little bed near the window w as at tucked by a deuthdeal ing demon known as ('nam W hooping Cough, and but for the timely use of Kennedy s Laxatile Honey and lar, which she alwuys keeps handy, the life of the little one might not have lieen saved. Kennedy's Laxative Tar and Honey is different from all of the old time cough syrups and is best for children liecause it nets on the bowels, it is harmless, safe and certain. Con tains no opiates. Hold by (i. h. il- liains. Itnhl-HeauYiI Hear Weighs 500 Pounds White Salmon Enterprise. Peter Schmid came in from (iuler Tuesday morning w ith a big load of hides and furs which he shipped to Portland. One of the hides was from an immense black bear of the bald- headed species which he killed several months ago. The bear weighed no less than five hundred pounds. Mr. Schmid made the Enterprise office a very pleasant call while in town. lih uniulic Pains (ulrkly Relieved. The ex crucial ing pains cliiiraiu"- istic of rheiiinatUoi a id sciatica are quickly relieved by apnlying Cham berlain s lam lialni. ilie great pnltl relieving power of the liniment has been the surprise and delight of thous ands of suflerers. The quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. For sale by Williams Pharmacy. Says Notice was a Fraud, (irants Pass, April 10, Editor (ilacier. The notice that is published in your paper saying tlMt my wife has vacated my bed and board, is a fraud. This has lu'en done by pur ties unknowing to me and 1 forbid this notice to be published any more. AMhL A. OLDkNKLKO. Hears of Klaclvr in Detroit, C. H. Williams pf S40 High street, Detroit, Midi., sends a subscription to the (ilacier and says: "Your paper has a good reputation even as far as this, and may be the means of bring ing me and some friends to your locality." llavun u'ill ri nltJUaprl in liaea the ladies of Hood Kiver and vicinity call. Orders will be taken and prompt ly filled by competent trimmers. Frightful Suffering Relieved. Suffering frightfully from the viru lent poison of undigested food, C. (i. Grayson, of Lulu. Miss , look Dr. Kin'g's New Life Pills, "wilh the re sult,'' be w rites, "that 1 was cured." All stomach and bowel ilisoi.ters give way to their tonic, laxative properties. 25 cents at C. N. Clarke's drug store, gunrtmteil. Won a Name of Fame. j ! DeWitt's Utile Early Risers, the; famous little pills, have been made; : famous by their certain jet harmless; i and gentle action upon the bowels und : Sliver. They have no equal for bilious ness, constipation, etc. They do not ; , w eaken the stomach, gripe, or make you . 1 feel sick. Once used always preferred. , They strengliteu. Sold by ti. E. Williams ) PHONE 51. rnoxE ri. We again invite you to try The Lewis &, ClarK PROSPERITY PURSES A Novelty that is Useful as well as Ornamental : : : -AT- SLOCUMS "Upper Crusfl Flour- J It is to your advantage to do so. Another car just in. Oregon Lumber Oo. Feel tired, no appetite, cannot sleep, worker cat'.' Thai's spring tiredness and will disappear at once if you take Hollister's lioeky Mountain Tea Ihi month. ;!."i cents Tea or Tablets at C. N. Caike's. DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys, Bladder. Urinary Organs. Also Kheuinatlsm, Baclt ache, HeartDtseane Gravel Dropsy, Female Troubles. CURE Don't become discouraged. There Is a Cureforyou. Jf ni'i'i'w.-ury write llr. tenner, lie lias spent a lire time ciirinK !ut such case-, us yours. All eonsullatioiis Free. "I havo been a sufferer from rhueniutisr.i for over ten years anil have often l'en con fined to my bed for several iliiya and suffered intensely. Dr. rVnncr's Kidney and Hackaelu.' Cure afforded relief at once. I now feel u.i well as I ever have in my life. ADA BLACK WKbb, Kansas Citv. Mo." Druggists, 50c., W. Ask for Cook ltunk ni l: For Sale by V. N. CLARK K, Hno.l Kiver. SPOT CASH GROCERY W00D& SMITH IIKOS.. Proprietors. Groceries, Flour and Feed FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY. Only Exclusive Grocery Store in the City. Five Delivery. Phone We have the Largest Slock of The X-DZELA-Xj 1AEZ:ETJ i FROHN & HEATCN, Proprietors. I (Succi'ssois to I '. S. True.) Fresh and Salt Meats, Groceries, Flour and Feed. ('.ill and see the new linn on the Heights. Five Deliverv. Phone 1"(. Hardware for S pnng We are headquarters for GARDEN TOOLS. A complete assortment of Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Manure Forks, Potato Forks, Shovels and Spades of all descript ions. We have Shovels from 450 to $1.35. A full line of Poultry Netting at bottom prices. Don't i'til to see our stock of field and yard fence. We can save yon money. We haven stock of dependable Garden HOSO from 7:K0to 120 per foot. Our past experience has taught us that t he poorer i'rades, from 1-c to (Ic, fire worthless, made to sell, and not for service. In Stoves and Ranees our stock is complete. We haven't all that's made, but a, few of them. Don't think of buying a rane-e without first seeing our malleable Monarch, the peer of them all. wilh unbreakable covers and centers. In fact, there is no part of the Monarch that is b,eakable. Prices are no higher than some of the so-called hiyjt erade common steel and cast-iron ranges. Other ranges with common cast tops, six S-in. lids, lS-iu. oven, full nickel finish, with roll-top warm in;' closet from ft.'if) to f .'.". Our stock of Tinware, Graniteware und Cooking I'tenslls is complete. A full line of Tents and Camp Stoves at bottom prices. Lawn Mowers We have them and can stive you money. Our stock of Builders Hardware is the largest in the city. Don't fail to brinj,' in your specifications for building. We are prepared 1o ipiote lowest prices on Doors, Windows, Mouldings, and in fact anything that 'oes into the house. Now is the time to paint before the dusty season. We have a complete stock of Patton'S Sun-proof Paint, which is one of the very few pure paints on the mar ket. Ouaranteed for five years, fl .7o per gallon. Imperial Mixed Paint, as j-ood as the average paint on the market. 1 .'! per gallon. Full stock of Lubricuting Oils, Varnishes, White Lead, etc. W. HAYNES & CO. GARDEN HOSE To be Found in the City All Kinds and All Prices We also have a FEW LAWN MOWERS, Which we .are ( 'losing' Out ill Fire Sale Price Come in and Let us Show Von NORTON & SMITH, Poatoffice Opposite Hunt Wall Paper Co F. S. CoMMISSlONKI!. Notary Prnur. Geo HOOD RIVER, OREGON. rattier, Abstracts, Conveyances, Insurance and Financial Agent. Tin1 Old ami lleliable and l'p-to-date Peal Instate Agent. '2t years a resident of the City and Valley. 20 years in Real Instate and Insurance in town. If you want to buy or sell Real Kstafe, come and see me. The following list is only a small portion of hinds we have for stile: CITY PROPERTY. I. .l-ronin Ikiiisi' anil hvit mm HITI" I'f lllllll. M"t HLlll'ly lul'.l- ti"ii intmi ii, .h iut JO fruit in ts ami I'tln r fiuit. Kusy trnii". Only .' 1 .100 2 bit Mix 13.1, K'oimI luciitinn mil fine view 2.10 .'i. One ui'ii mie li:ilf lut on Stnte -tn et, frneeil, M'iett iilk it 1 1 I frtli' trees (M0 4. Six line Iut mi the. hill, very tine view 1 100 5. A ioil l.nililiiiL' lot in I'ar- n tt-Siiina Hililiiii'ii 200 II. ' Small Ii il-e mul I I - t in lilom tv' atltl.timi VMI 7. l'nne ami M ami iroml Im' ii in (!r. I Hiulitlv lmiition 12.10 8. A cii'iii linnine e nier mi Oak xtreet, TlxliM Cel. Tln-e good building on the j .i o j r ; . . . .1000 Alwi the exclusive HileoflotK in llivi rview l'ark anil Hlewilile inlili(i"iis. FARM PBOPERTY. 1 'J1 ai-res "i1., miliH frmn town on the Kant biitr; onil iipple latnl iilionl H acres eleareil ini'l 4K fruit tremm t A hoiie, one half mile In. in wiliii.l, m R. I'. It. mute 1700 .lin ri H 2 miles from town on West si.le. All in cultivation; 2 ii'Tes in straw tii'iries; u few frnil 'n es; n 4 iiinm Imu-e; Mimll hum; i ..se ini hnii li. Ivisy terms 1.100 ii 20 .vies of k'hI iipple lllllll, nniiiiinoveil, 12 miles fi mil tew n .10 4. 4i)hi ivs ii milis finiii town, :'.7 nere- in cliUiv.vion, 4 acres in straw l ei rii , 4ii(l iip.!c trees of the lu st viii il l ii s ami in line eon- I iiiioti,ever,il acres in alfulfa ami clover; all good land, one-half mile from school it ml with one of the liest views in the vullcy. (food terms (1000 .1. HI ai res of unimproved land ii miles from town, level. and eas ily irrigated; will grow any kind of crops; close to school and irrinatiiin ditch 1 100 li. 20 acres of unimproved land (i miles from town, level and eas ily irrina'.eil; w ill grow any kind of crops; close to school ami church 1H00 7. Ml acres six miles fiom tow n on West side; 4 acres ill bearing on hard; creek rum through the I 1 : 1 1 ; line fur fruit or grass; good 4-iooin house 8.100 H. Many Itrown place of .1 acres 4 lucres in strawberries; horse, v iignii, harness, farm tools and a i t It water right go witli the place...., 100 Carries everything in the line, including Krinkled Silks, Silk Embossed, Tapestries, Moires, Ingrains, Varnished Tiles, Blanks, etc. Up-to-date Paper Hanging:, Sign, Carriage and House Painting. Phone ('.71. First, and Oak St reets. WIIOLKHALH HKTAIIj THE DALLES NURSERIES It. II. WI'I'.KK, 1'iop. THE DALLES, OREGON. (illllWHIl AND DKAI.KH IN FRUIT, SHADE TQCCC GRAPE VINES ORNAMENTAL ' lLLj SMALL FRUITS Evergreens, Roses and Shrublqry. Remember, Our Trees are Crown Strictly Withaut Irrigation. HOXjlvdZ-uT CO. ukai.kks in Fresh and Cured Meats, Groceries, Flour and Feed. Moon Hi v Kit Hi:i(iirrs. 1'ifioi: Dklivkkv. A L. CARMICHAEL HOOD KIVFU HKKillTS For style and fit wear MERRICKS PANTS Youths' find P.oys' Pants 250 to 2.25 Men' Pants 1.00 to 5.00 New Spring Styles Ladies' SKIRTS Good Goods at Reasonable Prices Gherries will soon be here ! Below you will a plrturn ruprespntlnu a box of I'Htmt Vcnllli'li"! P-.:'.- "!' -f Cartoni elKht of which til luto the n-nulur t.-n pouml Pimlurn Woodi-n Cn. rry it :: . unfl or the carton can bewnt In every HhliniiuntortlieoHliimry pin k, our in. ihnil mod conTenlent way to paeli clierrleH, hmlili!" surely KiinrKiilreini! Iluil th-i ln:i will ; -.uto It destination In perfect condition, Uay nothing of Ihe heller pi ieo to l.c i.i inlni i. MM s-i feti PACK Yours in Wf II W CARTONS Our npaoe will not n How ns to m'vo (ietn!l i. But wi ki pl a r.cirdnn nil nulea list vc:ir am: '.ouud our cuMtomiTS obtained in almost evi rv c&sis BETTER PRICES FOR FRUIT The Haernmento Dally Fruit World Telegraphic re;ordi can prove ttiiN ata lenient. Wewlllehenrfully answer any n.ustlon In rwrnrdto oor er perlenre with thin piiokaire. It phenomenal sale has surprlnea U and we want all to get the bcneUtoi Its use. COMMON SENSE FRUIT CARRIER CO. ManUadurarm of Cherry Carton P.O. 10X467 EANJOSE.CAU For Sale liy (i. I. YOom OKI 11, II 1 Kiver, Ong n.