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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1910
MORLAN & LATHROP
WE ARE MOVING
We are in the awfulest mess you ever saw
We will be in good
y HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE
Will Tell you More Ibout It fiejct WceK.
llnrn Snturdny, Sept. .'!, to Mr.
ami Mm. I'.stes nn pound son.
Mr. and Mrs. Havliltil.ar tnailo n
trip to Hood IMver Kiiturdny Hfter
noon. .1. M. I'.lllott Ims jrone to Virginia
to visit hi olil home. He exerts to
lie Kolie Home time.
Miss Mary Hoevin went to I'ort
land Friday to nend severnl da.vn
visiting frlendn and ri-lutlvos.
A larce deleKntlon of c-hun-h Kolnjt
people went to Hood Ulver Friday
evening to hear He v. Ionl preach.
Mrs. SelllnRer ami family eame
home Saturday to HK'tid the winter
and H'.'hitiil her grandaoli, Civil Sellln
B'r. Salmon llxlilmr wfiiin to lie jfood
after the cloned si'nson. Saturday
live tomi were chipped to point be
low. Mrs. Harry Kemp returnetl to her
home lu Odcll liist week after vIsltluK
wveral ilayn with In r hrother, .1. T.
Mr. H.C. Clark and daughter have
Kone t their home at Medford, Ore.
Mr. Clark accompanied them ax far
r. and Mrn. KoMnnon returned
Friday evenlntf from a week'H visit
In Portland. The doctor attended
the medical association while there.
Wm. .lohiiHon ha moved his fam
ily Into hi house recently vacated
by Mrs. K. K. Fraedrlck. Mr. John
son moved In so a to le nearer
Mr. W. A. Stark came up from
Hood Hlver nnd visited with her
daughter, Mr. Akers, anil sister,
Mrs. Cobb, returning homo Friday
Apple picking seems to have come
earlier this year. Some of the grow
er will begin the last of the week.
The apple crop will le the largest
yet and they are of n very line size,
hence will bring top notch prices.
Mr. and Mr. Win. Marsh went to
Portland Tuesday, Mr. Marsh re
turning Wednesday, while Mr. Marsh
remaln-d over till Saturday with hi
mother, when both came home. Mr.
Marsh I still very weak, but I slow
ly gaining her strength.
Mis Flora ha returned to her
home In Colorado Spring after sev
eral intinth' visit with her cousin,
Mrs. A. Mi-Lane.
Mr. C. (J. Nlchol and son Bernard
anil (laughter Mildred started last
week for Wnmego, Kansas, to Is?
absent several months, visiting Mrs.
Grandma Cobli ha returned from
her eastern trip. She had a delight
ful trip but was glad to get back to
Mosler a the weather has len very
warm back there.
Mr. and Mr. Ernest Kvnns left
last week by boat for Portland,
From there they go to visit Mr. and
Mr. Hoy Thomas near Newport,
Ore. They expect to Ite gone several
Mrs. Hert Mlddleswart and three
children came down from Mount
Hood recently and spent h week vis
iting relatives nnd friends. They
were accompanied home by Mrs,
A very quiet church wedding took
place In The Italics last Tuesday
evening when .1. T. Davenport of
Mosler and Miss Hannah Krausnof
The Dalles were married. The young
people went to Portland for a honey,
moon trip, after which they will re
turn to Mosler, where the groom has
a cozy home tit ted up for his bride.
The many friends of the happy couple
wish them all happiness In their
A wedding took place Wl Portland
Wednesday at the home of the bride's
parent, In which a numlter of Mos
ler people nre Interested w hen Will
Hubh and Miss Ague Uuloveseti
were married. Miss (.iulovesen taught
school hero two years. Mr. Ilubb
formerly owned a place here but sold
to Wilt Wright anj went to Silver
ton, Oregon, w here he has a home.
Mosler friend extend congratula
Mrs. Hawson went to Hood Hlver
to visit friends.
Miss Susie Mohr 1 at home again
on her homestead. She went up
Mrs. Kalph Dm vies and mother and
two nieces left on Thursday's train
Mr. llclmer Is haying hi second
Mr. (irlbble Is lu need of a clerk In
his store ns his present help Is leav
ing. Mrs. Huberts and Mrs. Davis were
visitors at the home of Mrs. (1. It.
Welch the Inst week.
New York Gets Apple Sale
New York, Sept. A wire received
this morning, say the Produce
News, announces that Jos. Steln
hardt of Stelnhard & Kelly yesterday
completed ft deal whereby his firm
will handle the entire apple crop of
Hood Hlver vnlley controlled by the
Hood Hlver Apple (irowers' 1'nlon.
Evidently It did not take Mr. Steln
hardt long to close the deal. He did
not leave New York until the latter
part of last week. The entire pur
chaw will probably amount to $."ihi,.
(HK) and mny Involve nearly $1,inmi,imhi
The crop Is considerably larger than
usual and from nllrepjrtstheiiualit.v
promise to be up to the high stan
dard set by the Hood Hlver I'nlon.
This will Is the third season that
Stelnhardt & Kelly will handle this
Hood Hlver account, having made n
success of the deal the previous sea
sons. This Is without question the
largest purchase of apples ever mailt'
by one single (Inn In the history of
the fruit business. When Mr. Stcln
hardt goes Into a deal he goes Into
It with both feet and Is deserving of
Oravenstein Trees Yield $47
Dr. W. H. Colley reports one of the
largest ji'i ds of (iravensteln apples
In the valley. He packed iTd boxes
from eight 11 year-old trees. It will
be Interesting to know that the fruit
sold for tM per box, or nt the rate
of $I7.M per tree. At this rate an
acre containing 00 (iravenstelns
would bring in a gross return of be
tween JJ.IVHN) nnd $:t.XMt.
Something in Prunes
The Newberg Heglster says that
Q. II. Greer picked twelve prunes
from a French tree In his garden
which, placed In a row, measured
twenty-four and a half Inches and
their added diameter wn eighteen
Inches, while their weight wa nine
teen ounces. If anyone can show
larger French prunes Mr. Urecr says
ho would like to see them.
Kindergarten Sept. 26
Owing to nn Illness the reorganiza
tion of the Hood Hlver kindergarten
has lieen delayed. The opening date
however, has Ixvn set for September
L'tith. when Mis Stlckney will be
ready to receive the little pupils.
From Baltimore Sun
Apple time, dapple time, ripe world
summer sweets unberand maiden's
I'aldwln nnd greening and redstreak,
The ting nnd the tang of the ruddy
I Apple time, apple time.
Windfalls to greet us
Where love In the orchard
Comes dancing to meet us!
Apple time, dapple time, red fruit
Sweet flow the juices from the cider
j I'earmaln and winesap and Hen
Davis, hi! ,
The sweet dreams of autumn, the
sweet autumn sky!
Apple time, apple time.
Hed checks ami rosy,
With love 'neath the old tree
To weave ns a posy!
Apple time, dapple time, sheepnose
and rusty coat,
lirlmes nnd the pippin with the light
green and dusty coat;
sweet world and true world nnd
good world, ah me,
lien dreams In the orchard sing
sweetly of glee!
Apple time, apple time,
Sweet spell and line.
With love's lips of rose
Like a rose touching mine!
Notice to Stockholders of the Farmers
The annual stockholders' meeting
of the Farmers Irrigating Company
will be held Saturday, Oct. 1, 1!U0 at
in o'clock a. in. at K. of P. hall for
the purpose of electing seven direc
tors to serve one year. The annual
report from secretary and treasurer
will be read and such other business
transacted as may properly come be
fore the meeting. Following resolu
tions will be voted on to hold the
annual meeting of stockholders the
first Saturday In September Instead
ofOctolsT. l'y order of director.
M. II. Nu kKi.sKN. Sec
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Jewett returned
from their eastern trip on Saturday.
They left In June to attend n big
family reunion at Kawiey, Mass. It
was one of the biggest family re
unions that ha happened In Massa
chusetts In nveitt years and Mr. and
Mrs. Jewett say It was most pleas
urable to meet the hundred of Jew
etts there assembled. Mr. and Mrs.
Jewett visited In New York, itoston,
points lu Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin,
( hlcago, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
White Salmon Enterprise.
Successors to JACKSON & JACKSON
We have just put on our shelves complete
new stocks of
Canned and Bottled Goods,
Teas and Coffees
and are prepared to give prompt attention to orders.
We are always pleased to extend courteous as
sistance to new residents of Hood River and the
Hood River Valley by advising them regarding any
local conditions within our knowledge, and we afford
every convenience for the transaction of their finan
cial matters. New accounts are respectfully and
cordially invited and we guarantee satisfaction. Sav
ings department in connection.
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