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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1910
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Waists and Suits
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your pick out of this special : : : : :
WaiSt and Suit Sale for your 4 th of
Wenatchee Adopts Ruto
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W. S. NICHOL
AND CITY REALTY
Hood Rhrer Heights
John Leland Henderson, Inc.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON, President, Attorney at Law, County Surveyor
HARRY A. HACKETT, Vice President, Manager Real Estate Department
HENRY N. HACKETT, Sec'y-Treas., Notary Public, Deputy County Surveyor
Headquarters for Law, Meal Estate, Loans, Con
veyanclng and Surveying
List Your Property With Us
Have Us Line the Stakes for Your New Orchard
(Continued Iran Pan 1)
Bananas and Red Cheek Pippin must
show a red cheek.
Fancy In this grade also, all ap
ples mil at be smooth, sound, free
from bruises, blemishes, worms,
worm stings, water core, sun dam
ages, or diseases of any kind. Hud of
proper shape, according to the vari
ety. No apples smaller than Kl5s
shall be allowed In this grade, ex
cepting apples In the following varie
ties, which will be accepted when
packed as small as 200 apple to the
box: Vtuenue, Jonathan and
Missouri I'ipplns when red all over.
All apples of red varieties running In
color from three-fourths red down to
oue-thlrd red will be Included la this
Grade C. This grade shall be mude
up of all metcbantable apple not In
cluded In the extra fancy ami fancy
grades. These apples must lie Mound
and free from bruises, worm tUlugs
and other diseases. Skin to be un
broken, but will Include inls-shn pen
apples or apples having a lliub murk
or other like defect. This grade will
Include apples of all colors and us
small as 200s, but no smaller. It Is
optional with the buyer whether
this grade Is wrapped or not.
$875 M POUND
David Dennis, a farmer of Morovla,
says the Telegram, Thursday In
formed District Attorney Burry that
he was buncoed out of $:.Vi0 last
week. Dennis was going to Auburn
recently when he met a strauger on
a Lehigh train who asked If he kuew
of any abandoned farms for sale
thereabouts. The farmer at ouce
offered his own and after several
days' negotiations weut to Auburn
to post a forfeit of f 3500. He drew
the money from the Auburn Savings
Bank and with the man, w ho said
he was "Mr. Keater, of Cortland,"
counted out the money.
In order to be private the transac
tion took place at Soule cemetery
near the grave of Chester Glllutt.each
placing his money In a metal box.
"Keater" kept the key and told Den
nis to take the box home to Moravia
and that he would bring the remain
der due for the farm. Monday Den
nis received the key In a letter which
"You had better go to some quiet
place and open the box. Make no
noise, because everyone wilt laugh
and somebody may blackmail you."
Dennis found a four-pound stone
In the box.
County Court Proceedings
The county commissioners have
decided to prosecute drivers who ex
ceed the speed limit which Is 24 miles
an hour. The state law also pro
vldes that when approaching horses,
ridden or driven, the autos must
slow down to eight miles an hour,
The fine for the first offense Is $25,
the second $50 and each time after
that f 100.
The Jerome Wells et al. road petl
tlon was ordered presented and the
viewers were ordered to view the
road July 20. The viewers were also
ordered to view the road petitioned
for by Hoy Woodworth and others
on the following day. The road pe
tltlon of Albert Sutton et al., was
denied as there were not enough
qualified petitioners. The Birdie
Creek road and the one asked for by
W. C, Smullin and others were dis
The election board of judges and
clerks In each precinct were appoint
ed as follows: Baldwin J. M. Inz,
J. L. firoff, I. A. Macrum, W, C.
Smullin, W.II. Kdlck, J. Douglas (ior
don; Falls L. F. Collins, H. W.
Taylor, J. F. Hendrlck, O.A.Adams,
A. W. Myer, Thad Glazier; OdeH L.
A. E. Clark, C. C. Maslker. W. A.
Lockman, M. D. Odell, Harry Conna
way, Asa Cutler; Hood Ulver Center
T. A. Ileavls, J. L. Hershner, L. N.
Blowers, A. W. Onthank, R. B. Fer
Igo, O. I. Christie; South Hood River
B. F. Eadleraan, F. V. Angus, Fred
Miller, R. V. Kelly, J. W. Hicks, II
A. Cunning; East Hood River A. I
Mason, Murray Kay, John Koberg,
V. Winched, T. A. Decker, R. H
Waugh; West Hood River 8. F
Blythe, John Otten, J. II. Osborne.
Charles Hall, B. E. Duncan, J. M.
Slight changes were made In the
precinct boundaries. Eut Hood
River precinct was extended to take
in the section which was a part of
the old Mosler precinct In Wasco
county and the south end of South
Hood River precinct was cut off and
nil ded to the Baldwin precinct.
C. D. Thompson's resignation as
commissioner of Hood River county
In the Second Eastern Oregon Fair
Association was accepted and John
B. Cnstner appointed to the vacancy.
A plat of the town of I'arkdale was
approved by the commissioners.
Chamtrt-rlaln's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gently stimulate the liver
nnd bowels to expel poisonous mat
ter, cleanse the system.cure constipa
tion nnd sick headache. Hold by all
HIS EDITORIAL POLICY.
Mark Twain Mad Clean Braaat f
. It to His Raadara.
Mark Twain took the editorial chair
oo the Buffalo Express In August,
18G9, and this Is the paragraph In
which he made the readers acquainted
with bis new responsibility :
"1 only wish to asiure parties bar
lug a friendly Interest lo the prosperity
of this Journal that 1 am not going to
hurt the paper deliberately and lnten
(tonally at any time. I am not going
to Introduce any startling reform or
In any way attempt to make trouble.
I am simply going to do my plain, un
pretending duty when I cannot get
out of it. 1 shall work diligently and
honestly and faithfully at all times and
upon all occasion when privation and
want shall compel me to do so. In
writing I shall alwaya confine myself
to the truth, except when it la attend
ed with inconvenience. I shall with'
erlngly rebuke all forma of crime and
misconduct, except when committed by
the party Inhabiting my own veat
shall not make any nse of alang or
vulgarity upon any occasion or In any
circumstances and shall never use
profanity except In discussing bouse
rent and taxea. Indeed, upon second
thought. I will not even then, for It Is
Inelegant, un-Cbrlstian and degrading.
I shall not often meddle with politics,
because we have a political editor who
Is already excellent and only needs a
term In the penitentiary to be perfect
I shall not write any poetry unless I
conceive a spite against the subscrib
TWO WORDS DEFINED.
Difference Between a 8anitarium and
The words "sanitarium" and "sana
torium" are popularly understood to
have the same meaning and are gen
erally used Interchangeably when des
Ignatlng or describing places of ref
uge for sick people, but there Is, in
fact, quite a distinction between the
meaning of the two words. In answer
to a correspondent on this subject the
Literary Digest says:
"The distinction between these words
lies In the fact that they are derived
from two different Latin roots. 'San
atorlum' is derived from the late Latin
sanatorium, meaning health giving. The
term relates specially to 'an Institution
for treatment of disease or care of in
valids, especially an establishment em
ploying natural therapeutic agents or
conditions peculiar to the locality, or
some specific treatment or treating
particular diseases.' On tbe other
band, 'sanitarium' Is derived from tbe
Latin sanltas, from sanus. meaning
wboie or sound. 'Sanitarium' relates
more specifically to 'a place where tbe
hygienic conditions are preservative of
health as distinguished from one
where therapeutic agencies are em
ployed.' Ilence It Is the province of
'sanitarium' to preserve health, that
of a 'sanatorium' to restore It. Care
should be exercised In combining the
proper vowela in these two words In
order to Indicate correctly the derlva
Teaching the Cutpurses.
Stow In bis account of London be
tween 1500 and 1500 depicts an Inn
kept by a kind of Fagin of tbe time of
Queen Elizabeth: "One Wotton kept
an alehouse near BIlliDgsgate,
and In the same house he procured all
the cntpurses about tbe city to repair.
There was a school set up to learn
young boys to cut purses. Two de
vices were bung up. Tbe one waa a
pocket, the other was a purse. Tbe
pocket had in it certain counters and
was bung about with hawk's bells.
and over the top did bang a little scar
ing bell. The purse bad silver in it
And be that could take out a counter
without any noise was allowed to be
a public foyster. And be that could
take a piece of silver out of tbe purse
without noise of any of tbe bells was
adjudged a Judicial nypper, according
to their terms of art. A foyster was a
pickpocket; a nypper was a plckpnrse
Tricks Any Husband Can Learn.
To tell yellow from green In match
ing silk. To wash tbe dishes without
breaking more than two. To keep
quiet when be's spoken to. To face
tbe cook when she's angry. To find
out what alls the gas range. To stand
In line an hour for two trading stamps.
To set up bis wife's brother In busU
ness. To get up winter nights to In
vestigate "robbers." To smile when
bis old sweethearts' pictures are
burned up. To prefer balma at borne
to billiards at the club. To drop bis
old friends because they are "vulgar."
To give up coffee because it disagrees
wltb bis wlfe.-Puck.
The Old Man's 8ohsdul.
When they asked the Billville young
ster what tbe "old man" was doing
now be replied:
"Well, wben be ain't talkln' bis bead
off 'bout breakfast beln' late be's a
raisin' Cain with tbe hired bands, an'
when be ain't a-doln' of tbetn things
be's a-dlggtn' fer bait au' flshin' in
tbe river so' a-doln' of nutbln' per-tlckler."-Atlantn
"It's all very well before a girl's
married for her to get a flower In ber
hair." remarked tbe observer of events
and things, "but It's an entirely differ
ent matter If. after she's married, she
gets ber hair In flour."
"Ton seem to find yonr book very
Interesting, Miss Maidstone."
'Yes; It Is one of tbe most charming
stories I bare ever read, and so true
to life. Every mn In It la villain."
THE SQUARE DEAL STORE
CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF
and Orchard Tools
Bicycles and Bicycle Extras
Guns and Ammunition
Gasoline Supply Station
HOOD HlVETl, OHEGOfif
S. EI. BARTM ESS
Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS
MOOD RIVER. OREOON
Don't Leave the Hood River District
Uat two roan
dvantaffas ft fruit (-rowing
Land price, hare doubled In
an bat are oat half that asked
for aimilarZland In other aectiona Buy
now befora'apeculatora add'their profit.
Commercial Club of M osier
MOSIER. OREOON 6 Miles East of Hood River, Oregon
White :: River :: Flour
Makes Whiter, Lighter Bread
ASK YOUR GROCER
GET YOUR MILK
The Payson Dairy Supply Co.
MOUNTAIN GLEN FARM
Pure, Wholesome, Healthful, from Cows and Stables
that are SANITARY.
STRANAHAN & RATHBUN
Livery, Feed and Draying
Horses Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Pleasure
parties can secure first class rigs. Special at
tention given to'moving furniture and pi
anos. Everything done that horses can do
Hood River's New Fire
Proof Brick Hotel
ROOMS WITH AND WITHOUT BATH,
SINGLE OR EN SUITE. STEAM HEATED,
ELECTRIC LIGHTED. INTERCOMMUNI
CATING TELEPHONES. MEALS A LA
A Modern Hotel for Travelers.
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