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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1910
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AM. o ro unity
I am knocking at'jwr door
It is said I knock once at every man s
door. I am knocking at yours three
titties and my knocks will ring in
your ears for all time. I don't want
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you 10 overlook, me, oecause l am
your good fortune.
.1 say to you "Go to Oregon ncru:" If you are
interested in fruit growing, dairying, poultry raising,
or general farming, Oregon is the place for you. If
you are interested in business openings, Oregon "is
the place for you. If you arc tired of Eastern sum
mers or winters those terrible extremes Oregon is
the place for you. If you want to live and grow in a
splendid, enthusiastic commonwealth, Oregon is the
place for you.
I, Opportunity, ask you to investigate Oregon noic.
Vice President Fairbanks has termed Oregon "The
Land of Opportunity," and 1 make my abode here.
I have asked the Secretary of the Portland, Ore
gon Chamber of Commerce to speak specifically for
me, and I ask you now to address him in your own
interest and learn about Portland and Oregon. I
have knocked at your door three times.
TWi advertisement wa prepared for the Portland Chamber of Commerce by the Sunaet Home
Bureau, Portland, Oregon. It will appear in July Suntet. Thii aemce ii rendered im connection
with the Co-operative Community plan of the Oregon Railroad Ac Navigation Company and Southern Pacihc
law ia Oregon.
L. A D I
Waists and Suits
Make your selections early and get
your pick out of this special : : : : :
Waist and Suit Sale for your 4 th of
Live Local XTopico
The Hood Hlver bund I) a tieen eu
Ki'Kt'd to play at The 1uIUm ou the
Fourth, when our neighboring city
will hold a big celebration.
John V. Weaver, h nephew of Mr.
J. V. Ulgby, wboMe home Is at Cireeu
CaHtle, Intl., arrived here Tuettday to
make a study of the fruit business.
J. II. Ma bee of Caldwell, Idaho, a
well known fruit grower of that sec
tion anil ix brother of Mrs. W. L.
(.'lark, was here last week vlxltlng
Mr. and Mrs. Clark.
The walls and ceiling of the ISutler
ltauklug Company have Juxt leen
tinted, giving the banking room a
handsome appearauce. The work
was doue by J. H. Hunt.
Owing to the ralu the game He-lied-uled
between Hood Klver and The
Pulles was not played Sunday. At
White Salmon the local team won.
defeating tJoldendale by a score of
5 to !.
Mrs. K. E. Harbison left for Tort
laud today with Miss Hlani-he, who
has severe throat trouble. She will
have an operation ou her throat,
hoping to find relief. Robbie, Jr.,
Miss ltlanche Harbison with Miss
Frances Lake of The Dalles spent
commencement week at I'acllic uni
versity. The young ladies are former
students of the university, and ex
pect to return to take up their work
again this fall.
Unfortunate children of the city, In
whose lives there Is too little sun
shine, were given a treat this week
when 1'ortland automobillsts gave
the use of their cars for rides about
the city that were much enjoyed by
the children. Wards of the Hoys'
and ilrls' Aid Society, the Children's
Home and the 1'eople's Institute
were the recipients of this outing
and It was a happy bunch of children
that' toured the city In the big nutos
for two hours.
Because the eastern bond market
Is "off" Portland people are buying
the city's Improvement bonds, deter
mined that betterments shall go
ahead without delay because of fi
nancial conditions elsewhere. Bids
made for the bonds by bond buying
firms of the eastern money centers
were far below what was considered
satisfactory by Mayor Simon, In fact
the best offer was to take bonds at
91. This meant a loss to the city
and then the securities were offered
locally at par. The first block of the
$2,000,000 Issue authorized to build
the Broadway bridge, amounting to
fiX.mX), Is now being taken at home
go there will le no delay or loss to
Notice tor Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon. June !rth. 1310.
Notice i.i hereby (riven that William H. Harmon,
of Hood River. Oreicon, who. on Decmler 1st,
l'jcw made homestead. No. 0123, for fcl-2NWl-4,
and Nl-iSWl-4. Soetion 23. Township 2 North.
Range 9 Kant, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land above describ
ed, before Georire D. Culbertson, County Clerk,
at his office, at Hood River, Oregon, on the 15th
day of July. WlO.
Claimant names as witnesses: F. M. White, W.
L. Robertson. W. A. Thornbury, H. M.Cumminsrs,
all of Hood River, Oregon.
24-2-p C. W. Monim,
WEIDEMAN & HAWLEY
Tinting, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Country trade especially so
licited. All orders at
tended to promptly.
252 State St. Cor. 3d. Phone 1 6 1 -L
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HOOD RIVER, OREGON
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