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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910
Music furnished fur all ocruions.
Instrumentation from three pieces to any num.
Address or phone
c. o. rsi Ewtvi an
M-X or J6S-L Hood Kiv.r, Oregon
W. O. ALDRED
Contractor for Grading, Exca
vating and Teaming
Both I hones
K.utane ana Tokyo Dishes.
Oik Street, roroer 1st Pbone 160
Good Slab Wood
Delivered to any part of
Stewart & Blavlock
Phone 1822L or 180T
A. W. ONTHANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on F irst Mortgages
Fire Insurance in best Companies.
Surety Bonds of all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
S06 Oak Street Houd Kiver
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
The "Biggest Snap
1G0 acres of fine fruit land,
only $45 per acre, six miles
southeast of Hood Kiver.
Right in the apple belt. Six
acres cleared and a cabin l l
by 16; balance 2 1-2 mi, lion
feet of timber. Running
water through the place. For
further information write
the owner, J. E. O'Donnel,
54 N. 16th St., Portland, Or:
Taft Transfer Go.
Draying. . .
HAY, PLOUR and FEED
Residence 12 -M
between the various blends
of Coffee and Tea if you de
sire, but people who come
here regularly for their Gro
ceries have come to rely on
us when we say an article is
"all right". We don't han
dle the "near pure" ' kind of
groceries. Try our COFFEE
as a sample of our grocery
Use Schram Fruit Jars
The very best made.
Good Ttiiigs 10 Ear
The star Grocery
mm s son
Phone 5 J
fjanby Punt. G. A. R -Meeta" at the K f P.
hall the second and fourth Saturdays of the
month at U p. m. G. K. Castner, commander; 8.
r. Hlythe, adjutant.
Panl.y W. R. C. No. 16-Muets second and fourth"
Saturdays of each month ii K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. Jennie Bentley, president; Abbie J. Maker,
Pourt Hood Kiver. No. 42." F.'of AT. meets "every
yThurwiay eveninic in K. of P. hall. Visiting;
foresters always welcome. Win. Klemming. C.lt;
r . C. Brueius, V. 8.
H""d Kiver LodgeV No.' 105. ' K. '''' A? M
Meets Saturday eveninir on or before each full
moon. Kaluh Savage, W. M.; L. McDonald, secre
tary. t Tood Kiver't-a'miZ Ni T7(. M. VrA.MeetTin
M. O. O. K. hall every Wednesday night. A. k.
Crumi), V. C.J K. 8. Mayea. clerk. .
ll"od Kiver Camp. No. 770. W. O. W.-Meeta'at
ixK. of P. hall the second and fourth Wednesday
nights of each month. W. A. Eby. C. C; Floyd
I loud Kiver Circle. No. 624. Women of Woodcraft,
"-Meet at I. O. O. F. hall first and third Sat
urday nights, each month. Visitors welcome.
Mrs. Wm. Genger, N. G.; Alice Shay, clerk.
T'llewilde Lodge, No. 107. I. O. O. K.-Meets in
Fraternal hall every Thurslav eveninir at 7:00.
at the coruer of Fourth and Oak streets. Visiting;
nroiners welcomed. J. M. Wood. N. G.; G. W,
K'niP Lodge. No. lxl, I. O. O. P.-Meets in
--the Odd bellows hall at Udell every Saturday
night. Visiting brothers eorduilly welcomed. W.
A. Lorkman. N. G.; Geo. Khepard, secretary.
T aurel Kcbeka Lodge No. 7, 1. O. O. F.-Meets
nrsl and third Mondays In each month. Ther
esa M. Cantner. N. G.; Nettie Moses, secretary.
Mount Hond Lodge. No. 205, I. o. O. F.. meets
"xcvery Satunlay evening in Gribble'a hall,
Mt. Hood. A. M. Kelly, N. G.; G. W. Dimmick.
Mountain Home Camp, No. 89. R, N.A.
AMeets at K. of P. hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. A. Crump.
O.; Mrs. hlla Dakin, recorder.
Qleta Assembly. No. 105, UTA.-Meeta in their
'-'hall the hint and third Wednesdays, work;
second and fourth Wednesdays, social. C. D.
Henrichs. M. A.; W. H. Austin, secretary.
Qregon Grape Kebeksh Lodge No. 181. I. O 6. F.
KJ Meets every second and fourth Wednesday
in each month in Gribble'a hall. Mt. Hood, Or.
Josephine Vauthiers, N. G.; Minnie L. Larwood,
fjiversicle Lodge. No. SK, A. O." U.'w.-Meeta in
"K. of P. hall the first and third Wednesday
niKhts of the month. Visiting- brothers cordially
welcomed. K. K. Chapman. W. M.; Chester
YYaucoma Lodge. No. 30. K. of P. -Meets in
" their Castle Hall every Tuesday night, when
visiting brothers are fraternally welcomed. C. C.
Cud.lefonl. C. C.: Ixni.8. Iaenberg, K. of R. A S.
Yyauna Temple Pythian Sisters, No. 6 Meets the
' first and third Tuesday of each month at K. of
P. hall, Georgina lsenberg, M. E. C; Kate M.
Fredrick, K. of K. eY C.
GEO. ERTLE, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Pies and
Fancy and Wedding Cake
Made to Order
Fifth Tl. near State
Hood River, Oregon
Kent & Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Street, opposite Smith Block, Hood River.
26 acres, 25 acres in
trees 2 years old, small
house and barn. This
place can be divided and
sold on terms ..
$500 Per Acre
Call or phone
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office Oregon Hotel Building;
TO THE EAST
May 2, 9, June 2, 17, 24, July 5,
22, August 3, Sept. 8
Rlurn limit thr months but not ic idlng
Oct. 21 at, ,1a
SPOKANE, PORTLAND & SEATTLE RAILWAY
THE NORTH BANK KOAO"
st. i.oris (ir..v
MII.WAl Ki:!: 72.. 10
sr. iwri, fiti.ixi
OMAHA lit MX)
KANSAS CITY m.W)
choice of K"t"tf "'"I ri'turtiiiiK
routPM. Stontjvorn allowed. "North
Hunk" train run through to St.
l'a ill , Mliint'MollH nml ( lilt'iio with
out ihniiK.'. LOW KOI ND TKIP
KATKS TO I'OKTI.AND for the
Hunt- I "'nt I vnl In June nml the HIlitT
iilri ii Convention In July will give
your frlentlM a elm tire to eoine to the
fonnt nml Mop off at White Salmon
Dt'tnilM furiiiflieil liy
K. A. (illtKKT, A ifftit.
II. M. ADA Ms, (. V. & V. A
Cirssr of I. C. Wyman, Who Willed
Millions to It Graduate School.
I suae O. Wyinaii of Halem. Mam.,
who died tliert recently at the age of
eighty-two. bequeattx-d the bulk of bla
estate. whkB la eHtl mated at between
12.000.000 and $ 10.000.000, to the grad
uate school of Prinietou university aa
a memorial of Mr. Wymau'a "laatlog
affection," aa the will phrasea It. for
his alma mater.
Mr. Wymnn waa bora In Marble
bead. Mass., on Jao. 31, 1828. Ue was
left ao orphau at the age of seven
years with a fortune of $30,000, in
which bis only brother, Wllllum, did
not share. While a student at Prince
ton be borrowed money from bis
gourdian and put through a success
ful speculative deal. After being grad
uated from Princeton In 1848 be went
to Harvard Law school, from which
he wus graduated In 1800. For eleven
years be practiced law and then gave
It up to euter the real estate business
exclusively. He operated on a large
scale and purchased many thousand
acres of wooded western lands both In
the United States and Canada. lie
Collecting antiques was bis sole diver
sion, although be said be occasionally
dissipated to the extent of reading a
novel. He fouud money so easy to get
that be frequently said that there
must be something the matter with
Living on the southern border of
Marblehead, Mr. Wyman used to say
that be could walk to the northern
border of the town without leaving bis
own land. He owned nearly two
tblrds of the entire place. It is said
that be owued property In every state
In the Dnlon. Once be added to a
friend's Statement to that effect:
"Yes, and I pay taxes to Spain and
England as well."
Within ten years Mr. Wyman bought
tax title to more than 20,000 acres of
land In Maine. His favorite procedure
In the west was to buy wooded land,
sell the timber, usually for more than
the price of the land, aud keep the
land. He frequently spoke of a coal
mine, a silver mine and a railroad of
which be was owner.
He continued bis studies throughout
life and was a Latin and Greek schol
ar as well as being versed In econom
ics, lie possessed a remarkable mem
ory aud could quote offhand the corpo
ration or land laws of every state.
BIG PLAY CONGRESS.
Plans For Playground Association
Convention In Rochester, N. Y.
What Is expected to be the biggest
play congress ever held In the world
will be lu session at Rochester, N. Y..
from June 7 to 11 under the auspices
of the Playground Association of
America. Nearly 3.000 Invitations bave
been sent out, and more than 1,000
delegates, representing every state In
the L'ulon. will be present
At the headquarters of the Play
ground association lu New York It was
said the other day:
"Every aspect of the play question
Is to be discussed at the congress, not
merely the matter of school play
grouuds. The recreation of the Amer
ican people in general will be consid
ered from every viewpoint The mov
ing picture problem will have an Im
portant place In the session, and John
Collier of the People's Institute aud
bead of the moving picture board of
censors In New York city will address
the congress. Likewise Mrs. Charles
U. Israels, chairman of the committee
ou amusements and vacation resources
of working girls, will discuss the pub
lic dance hall. Mrs. Rose Pastor
Stokes will talk on 'The Possibility of
Believing the Monotony of Factory
Work.' Ernest Thompson Seton, the
author, will give us an address on
The Message of the Indian and the
Outdoor Life," and Charles F. Camp
bell, one of the greatest authorities on
the education of the blind In America,
will show motion pictures of blind
children actually playing football. A
special session will be given to the
subject of story telling to children."
Plenty of pleasant social diversion
will be provided for the delegates.
On June 11. the last day of the con
vention, the delegates themselves are
to "play" together go boating, swim
ming, tramping or whatever they wish.
In the afteruoon 10,000 children take
part in a play festival to be beld In
the Oeucsec Valley park, and In the
evening there will be a water carnival,
with fireworks and other Illuminations.
Davie to Displace Rubber Tires.
George Westinghouse of Pittsburg
has Invented a device called the air
spring to supersede the pneumatic tire.
The air spring Is a series of plungers
working on air cushions placed under
the corners of the frame of a vehicle.
Each spring for an automobile Is a
cylinder about three Inches In diame
ter and ten Inches long. It Is said by
Mr. Westlngbouse that an automobile
fitted with solid steel tires and with
the air springs rides more easily than
does the rubber tired automobile of to
day. Now Tree Pest.
In a lecture delivered at the Bussey
Institute, In Boston, the other day Pro
fessor C T. Brues of Harvard an
nounced the discovery of the "shot
"The beetle has already destroyed
many trees," said the professor, "and
might be called the shotgun beetle
from the round holes which the larvae
pierce In the bark of elms after dig
ging a perfect mass of tunnels under
the bark, often completely girdling the
Live Local topics
A. S, Blowers spent Tuenday here
vlriltlni? friend aud relatives
Sheriff Morne went to Wyetu Tues
duy to Herve Home paper In a dl
Mm. J. P. Alpln of South Belllntr
hara, Waxh., arrived yesterday to
vlnlt friends In Hood Hlver.
Yesterday was flajr day, but we
didn't see a flag. Where are we at?
South Africa or the north pole?
Geo. Howe, city mall carrier on
route 2 In taking his vacation and
Herbert Phillips Is acting an sulmtl
Next Sunday evening at the I'ui
tarlau church F. A. UUuop will give
a review of Hay Stannard Baker's
book entitled "Spiritual L'urest."
The steamer Ten I has changed her
run nud now conies up on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday aud goes
down Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday. Sheriff Lou Morse Is conducting
the affairs of the sheriff's office alone
at prenent, having decided not to ap
point another deputy until the work
of the otliue requires It.
Gene Bush spent last week in Port-
laud attending the rose fentlval. He
returned Saturday with the smile
that wouldn't come off and Is again
enlivening the picture shows with
his merry ha-has.
The wharfboat was moved yester
day from the foot of First street to
the low water landing. The change
is somewhat earlier than usual this
year and residents regret to see It, ns
the coming of the big boats presents
O. A. Perry of the Cooks Invest
ment Co., aud Cooks Mercantile Co.,
at Cooks, Wash, was here Thursday
on a business trip. Mr. Perry Is one
of the men who Is making the new
North I'.ank town a factor In the In
dustrial development of this section.
Willis Van Horn, who has been
away from Hood River for six
months, returned Saturday. Mr.
Van Horn has been spending most of
bis time at bis former home at Niag
ara Falls, where he and his brother,
Burt Van Horn, have large orchard
A team belonging to E. N. Arm
strong cnused considerable excite
ment Saturday afternoon by back
ing the vehicle they were attached to
luto the excavation for a sidewalk
In frout of Cram's store. The wagon
was quite badly Cumaged but the
horses escaped with little Injury.
Carrol Smith has Invested In a
Hudson touring car which he pur
chased from the Gilbert-Vaughan
Implement Company. C. S. True
has also secured a Hudson of similar
make. The Gilbert-Vaughan com
pany sold four cars In three days
ast week, three of them through
their ad In the News.
Portland fruit dealers evidently
ttclleve the Dame of Hood River Is a
magic one. During the Rose festival
cherries displayed for sale In various
parts of the city bore the lalel
..It .1 T, . , I ... . 1 1 - ' i I
iioou mver nerries. e wouiuu i
be surprised If one of the enterprising
frultmen there hung out a sign
"Hood River Pineapples."
R. E. Harbison lias purchased
through the Gilbert-Vaugban Imple
ment Company a Chalmers-Detroit
automobile. Mr. Harbison has al
ready mastered the machine and can
lie seen spinning about the city. The
Gilbert-Vaughan Company have also
sold a Cadillac thirty to J. C. Put
nam of Mt. Hood.
Wanted Plenty of Room.
A solemn looking Irishman entered
a business bouse aud, walking up to
one of the men employed on the lower
"Is there anny chnust fer a mon t'
pet a Job ay wur-rk here?"
"I don't know," said the man.
"You'll Tinve to see Mr. llobart."
"An" phwere Is he 7"
"Up on the second floor," waa the
"Shall 01 walk up an talk to him?"
"No need of that. Just whistle In
that tube, and hell spenk to you,"
pointing; to a speaking tube.
The Irishman walked orer to the
tube and blew a mighty blast In It.
Hearing the whistle, Mr. Hobart came
to the tube and Inquired:
"Whnt'e wanted down there?"
" 'TIs OL Taddy Flynn. Ar' ye th
"I am," eald Mr. llobart.
"Well, thin," yelled Flynn, "sthlck
yrr head out aT th' second ethory
windy wholle 01 at hep out on th' aold
walk. Oi wnt to talk t ye!" Llppln-
Will Photograph Records
M. I). Totten representing the
Western ItectlKrupli Co., which limn
n fact urea a liuichlne for photograph
ing recordu, wan here Tuesday nml
placed one of the machines with the
Wnticotmi Abstract t'o. My the use
of the rectlgrnph record can be
copied at the rate of n page a min
ute. The Hood Kiver Abstract Co. re
cently ordered n machine similar to
the rectlgraph which It expects will
arrive here shortly.
Legislation and Moral Suasion
The-liquor Interests do not fear
moral suasion as they do legal su
asion. In the old crusade days, when
wives nud mothers knelt down be
fore the saloons and prayed that
they might le closed, all they re
ceived from the lawless proprietors
was a paier thrust In their faces
containing a permit from the gov
ernment to do business, and the ef
forts of these good women were de
rided. They, the women, were using
moral suasion, or trying to.
Different agencies are needed in
this christian warfare for the pro
tection of the home against the sa
loon agitation, education, organiz
ation and legislation. The non-voters
or very many of them, have for years
been closely identified with the first
three classes, but the last, the legis
lative branch, has been left for the
voters, because the women simply
could not do any lietter. When these
leaders divorce themselves from po
lit leal influences proper legislation
may receive proper attention. The
licensed saloon was legislated Into
existence ami will have to be leg Is
lated out of existence In the same
manlier as other evils.
Lou Morse Tuesday bought the
fine team of roadsters tielonglng to
J. H. Hellbronuer. Lou lielieves he
will bave It on the auto men next
Advertisements tor insertion under this headlna
will be charged tor at the rite of 25c per month tor
(usually) three linel-no display. Cash mould
accompany copy, otherwise payable by the 10th of
the month. At a medium lor reaching the people
ine newt stanoi aiont snq unexceueo.
TJood River Valley Humane Society -Phone 1S6.
AE. H. Hartwia-. president: Harold Hershner.
secretary; Leslie butler, treasurer.
REAL E8TATE AND RENTAL8
For Rent 3 or 4 rooms for liirht housekeeping;.
Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 2T6K. 21-24p
"pjr Rent Two lara;e, furnished, housekeeping;
J- rooms. First floor, close in: vacant June 6th.
Call after 6 p. m. or Sunday. ii2-2"p
anted To lease, rent or handle on shares, five
or ten seres of land near railroad station to
grow celery and lettuce, and strictly hifrh priced
crops. Party expert in this line. Would care for
orchard interests on the side. Address A, care
News office. 24-2-p
Fkr Rent Five room house for three months,
jartly!urniBhedPhone 273 K. 23-2-c
HO R 8 IE S7C O W 8, PI 087" CHICKE NST f C.
For Sale One grey team 8 and 9 years old; rood
all around ranch and work team, weight about
2400; will sell harness and waft-on with team if de
sired. A bargain if taken at once. Enquire
Geo. Hascall at G. Y. Edwards & Co. 21-24p
I ir Sale Fresh Jersey Heifer. J. H. Kobe nr.
Phone 211-T. 24-27p
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ABSTRACTS, LOANS, CONVEYANCING,
SURETY BONDS, FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,
PLATE GLASS, LIABILITY, BURGLARY
.ILL WORK OUAI1.1.VTEED
First Door South of
II. L HOWE, U. S. Commissioner. Land Office Practice
"J HAVE several new tracts
J that are fine. Take the
Mount Hood train and let me
know and I will gladly show
them. Trout Creek is my
station and Dee my postofflce
W. H. MARSHALL
L"Vr Sale I wiah aain to offer for sal thr
not for mony luaned in 1KM8, hkJ by m
against B. F. Shoemaker. datd June a, lny, and
due in lt2 and 'V-i. tasued by ft. F. Shoemaker on
which he has refused payment and taken advant
v of the La tute of limitation in th January
court. J. H. Shoemaker.
L"Vr Rale Fifty sacks of non-irrigated potato.
Fine stock. Enquire of Geo, tiascull at G. Y.
Ed wards A Co. 21-24p
TAr Sale Household foods of all descriptions.
Good aa new. Apply 01 Anderson, 817 Sher
man avenue. 2 1-24 p
ousehold furniture fur
ale; food as new.
Phon 13M. 21-24c
LVr Sale 16-inch yellow pin wood, tS 60 per
cord; oak wood, S.25 pr cord, delivered.
tr Sal Two second hand Surreys for sU
A cheap. Inquire at Transfer A Livery Co.
EVr Sale On set double hameas and on buggy .
A on saddl and on Empire cream separator.
Phone 2iL. 24-27-C
L08T ANO FOUND
T out An Airedale Terrier belonsring to owner at
" 7th and Pine Sta. Reward for its return. En
quire News office. 22-2-'p.
T ost A black pocketbo.K somewhereon Cascade
-avenue, nam of owr.fr Mrs. Janet Mast in in
side. Please return to tnis office. 23-2-
T ost Ruket with fancy work, etc., durina re--cent
fir. Please return to Mrs. C Kathbun,
7 Oak street.23-2i-p
'anted Boy to do shinina and porter work at
the Oregon barber shop. 21-24p
Tjlderly man, stronir and active, wants work on
'-'ranch or around residence. Can use tools. Has
tent and cooking; outfit. Address P. J. D.. box M7
Hood River, Orearon. 23-26-p
anted-Good cook. Pbone 322M or apply J.
K. Iwrence. Pine Cone Lodge, on Belmont
LEGAL AND OTHER NOTICES
Nutlet to Creditors
Notice is hereby given. that Jennie H. DeBussey
has been appointed executrix of the estate of T.
W. DeBussey. deceased, and all persons having;
claims against said estate are hereby notified to
present the same duly itemised and verified to me
at the law office of S. W. Stark, in Eliot Building;,
in Hood River, Hood River County, Oregon, with
in six months of the date of this notice. Dated
April 4th. 1910. Jennie H. DeBi ssey.
Executrix of the Estate of T. W. Debusaey.
notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. 3. Land Office at -
The Dalles. Oregon, May 31. 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs. pearl Neale.
formerly Pearl Glascock, of Hood River.
Oregon, who, on February 17th. 1SWB.
made Homestead. (Serial No. 04&T7) No. 1SX8S. for
Nbl-4. Section 8. Township 1 North, Range 10
East, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Final Commutation proof. to estab
lish claim to the land above described, before the
Register and Receiver of the United States Land
Oltice at The Dalles. Oregon, on the 11th day of
Claimant names as witnesses: Jake Lenta.
George Madden. Charlea Kappmeier, Tom Collins,
all of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
C W. MOORE.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon, June 9th. 1910.
Notice is hereby given that William H. Harmon.
of Hood River. Oregon, who, on December 1st,
1908 made homestead. No. 01S23. for E1-2N Wl-4.
and N1-2SW1-4, Section 23, Township 2 North,
Range 9 bast, Willamette Meridian, baa nied
notice of intention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land above describ
ed, before George D. Culbertson. County Clerk,
at his office, at Hood River, Oregon, on the 15th
day of July. 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: r . M. White, w.
L. Robertson. W. A. Thornbury. H. M. Cummings,
all of Hood Kiver. Oregon.
24-23-p C. W. Moore.
It pays to advertise.
& Investment Co. (Inc.)
Hood River News Office