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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910
Real Estate Bulletin
$6750-One of the best home
places close to town now on
the market. 6 acres altogeth
er, 4 acres in trees, 3 and 4
years old; one acre berries and
one acre of clover. " Buildings
new and modern. Easy terms.
$8000-20 acres in the heart of
HEast Side, 5 miles out. 5 acres
Slin trees'. 1 to 6 "years," old; baN
fifance all cleared. Free water.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office Oregon Hotel Building
Manic furnished for mil occmsiona.
Instrumentation from three pieces to any num
ber d tuired.
Add rap, or phone
C. O. ISI ElWfVl AfN
64-X or 269-L Hood River. Oregon
Kutane and Tokyo Dishes.
Oik Street, Horner 1st Phone 160
10-ACRE TRACTS FOR SALE
I have the disposal of sev
eral desirable 10-acre tracts
in various stages of develop
ment. Some very cheap.
All on West side and within
easy distance of town.
ROUTE 3. PHONE 3253-L.
S. G. Oxborrow, Hood River
S. MIURA, PROP.
LINCOLN CLEANIN6 & PRESSING CO.
Ladles' and (ientlemen's Clothing
Made to Look Like New.
CLUB WORK A SPECIALTY
1H.7 Oitk Street
P. . Ilox
Hood River, Ore.
All the Latest Fall
And Winter Shapes
Grubbing and fruit tree
contract to let on the south
side of Underwood moun
tain. Enquire of S. Free
man, Underwood, or Hood
Kiver Land Emporium,
Our Shelves Are Just Full
of table dainties, some of which
you should always have on hand.
We cannot begin to name them
all. Just come and see what a
variety of ,,good things to eat"
are here to choose from. They
are just splendid with which to
get up a nice lunch if company
drops in or when you dont feel
like fussing around to cook a
The Star Grocery
600D THINCS TO EAT
LAWYERS IN GERMANY.
Thy Cannot AdvartiM, and Thair Fa
Ara Fixad by Law.
The German law Hies the exact feea
which a German attorney baa to claim
for all kit) ls of profemilonal work, and
the recbtaanwalt can charge neither
more nor leas.
These fees apply to all matters of
the civil code and of criminal cases.
Tbo amount, according to the Green
Bag, depends exclusively on the value
of the object of contention. v
It Is an old though still unfulfilled
wish of German lawyers to have a
new fixed lint of fees, not made after
the old and low standard of the year
1379, but made with consideration to
the changes the numerous decided
changes which have taken place since
The rechtsanwalt is attorney and
counselor at law all In one (In England
solicitor and barrister). The rechtsan
walt can never be a business man, as
la the case in the United States.
The exercise of the law Is not to be
considered a calling of profession, but
Is to be looked on more as a public
office. According to the lawyers' code
of the 1st of July, 187S, a lawyer is
charged publicly with certain duties.
lie is obliged to bave his residence
in the town or district where be is ap
pointed (so called residence duty).
Further, be must conduct himself in
and out of oflice in a way befitting his
professional and social standing 1. e.,
duty due to his rank. Thus a lawyer
is forbidden to advertise In newspa
pers, by canvassing, etc., or to buy
or take over a practice already made
as being unworthy of his calling.
Ills position in society is between
officials and scholars, and through cus
tom and law be Is compelled to keep
the position to the last degree. This
compulsion to keep one's rank bas
given rise to the existence of com
mittees called anwaltskammern, whose
duty it is to keep a strict watch that
no lawyer dishonors bis calling. These
committees bave a strict code of pun
ishment, ranging to complete expul
sion from office. In this way the law
yers In Germany bave a good and hon
ored position. In fact, there la scarcely
a country in which the lawyer enjoys
more respect and confidence.
Nicknam Applied to the One Tim
"Tasmania Is perhaps the most Inter
esting of the states of our common
wealth," remarked the Australian. "It
Is a large triangular island lying to the
south of Melbourne and was once a
"The climate is delightful and the
soil remarkably fertile. The Island is
practically one large orchard, where
peaches, apples, cherries, etc., aro
grown In sufficient quantities to keep
the adjoining continent supplied, with
some left over for export to England.
As fruit trees do not require much
tending, leisure lg a notable character
istic of the Inhabitants, and Tasmania
la known throughout the antipodes as
'the land of lots of time' or 'the land of
sleep a lot.' It Is also called 'the Jam
country' and Its uatlves familiarly
termed 'Jam eaters.' This is ou account
of the presence of an enormous can
nery In the Island, where some of the
orchard products are converted into
Jams, Jellies and preserved fruits.
"But this by no means ends the list
of Tasmanlau ulcknnmes. Two Dutch
explorers Tasiuan and Van Dleman
had to do with the discovery of the
Island, aud, although the name of Tas
man Is now used. It is often referred
to In old school books as Van Dieman's
Land. We Bud it amusing to twist
the hitter name a bit and call the Tas
maniaus 'demons,' which Is a Bhame,
as they are the mildest and best fel
lows In the world. They speak of
themselves as 'Tastes, and that may
be accepted as their unofficial designa
tion." New York Press.
Th Toot of Grtnt.
When Elllston wtnt from Loudon to
his own theater at Birmingham be
was known to scarcely a member of
his own company. On reprimanding
one of them sharply the irate actor
threatened to kick him off the stage,
lie rushed to the stage manager aud
asked who t tin t uiiin was.
"Mr. A.," said the manager.
"A great man. a very great man,"
said Elllston. "He threatened to kick
me, the lessee of Irury Lane. Such a
man ns that must go to Loudon. lie
mustn't waste his energies here." And
he engnged the actor on the spot for
The little girl who was visiting at a
neighbor's house had gone out to look
at the horses.
"Here's one of them," she said, "that
has watery eyes and coughs and bangs
his bead Just the way papa's horse did
"What did your papa do for his
horse?" asked the owner of the ani
mals. "He sold him," was the Innocent an
swer. Pearson's Weekly.
Rules For Dross.
Dress yourself fine where others are
fine and plain where others are plain,
but take care that your clothes are
well made and flt you, for otherwise
they will give you a very awkward
Tha Objoct of Dispute.
"Were you a bull or a bear when you
went Into Wall street?"
"Neither. I was one of the fellows
they were both after." Exchange.
Our generosity should never exceed
our abilities. Cicero.
'A WOMAN'S HAT.
There's a Largo Pot of Trouble Brow
ing For One Milliner.
Mr. Staudlsb was mad when be went
into the millinery establishment, and
the longer be stayed the madder be
got. Presently be walked over to a
stunning black creation that bung on
a peg near the window and said:
"This is the bat I want to see you
The proprietor came forward.
"What can I do for you?" be asked.
"You can fix this bat over the way
my wife asked you to," said Standish
explosively. "She wants the feather
put on the other Bide, that bow moved
to the front, and she wants the rim
to bulge a little more over the tem
Seeing a guilty flush creep over the
proprietor's face, Standish went on
with increased beat:
"She says you have refused to make
any alterations on the ground that a
stitch added to or subtracted from the
hat is bound to ruin it, but I tell you
that's all nonsense. My wife knows
how she wants ber bat to look, and If
she can't stand up for ber rights I'll do
it for ber. She is coming around this
afternoon to try the bat on again. If
It Isn't ready by that time there will
be no end of a row."
The proprietor twirled the black hat
on his forefinger and looked from It to
the head saleswoman lugubriously.
"I remember," be said, "that the lady
who ordered that bat did bring It back
yesterday to be remodeled. Perhaps it
will be possible to make the altera
tions suggested after all."
The manager's humility made Stand
ish feel very proud of himself.
"That's the only way to deal with
those fellows," he said when be left
the shop. "You've got to meet them on
their own level. It takes a man to do
that. No wonder women get cheated
out of their very eyeteeth. They
haven't got sand enough to say the
things that have to be said to secure
Throughout the day Standish con
tinued to revel in self congratulations,
and be actually went borne half an
hour ahead of time to see If his wife's
hat had been metamorphosed into the
thing of beauty be bad suggested.
"Well," said he Jubilantly, "was the
bat all right?"
"All right?" said Mrs. Standish.
"They hadn't even touched it How
could you expect it to be all right when
you didn't stop In to see about it?"
"But I did stop," protested Standish.
"I saw everybody about the place and
laid the whole establishment out In
great shape. Here's their card to prove
I was there. I picked it up as I was
Mrs. Standish took up the card and
read the name aloud.
"O-o-o-b!" she cried. "Is that where
you went? Why, you got into the
wrong place. What on earth will that
manager think? He must think you
"I don't care if he does," said Stand
ish limply, "but I would like to know
what the owner of that black hat will
say when she sees it made over ac
cording to my directions." New York
A good story Is related of an Eng
lish theatrical manager who by thrift
and hard work had amassed a fortune.
Previous to the production of one play
the stage carpenters had to repair a
trap, and the head carpenter went to
the manager and Informed him that it
could not be done in the dark.
"Well, lad, thee won't have t' gas,"
answered the manager. "Here, tak'
this and buy a candle."
And be handed him a halfpenny.
The carpenter pleaded that they
wanted two in order to get sufficient
"How long will f Job tak' thee?"
asked the manager.
"About ten minutes," was the reply.
"Then cut t' caudle in two," was the
answer. "Thee won't have any more
hiV"111""' for Insertion undtr this asadlna.
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(usually thr linos-no Olsplar. Cash should
occsmpan, copy, othoraioo paiablo by the 10th ol
Id T0""1' 1 "Odium lor reaching tha sooplo
H?i.,Kiver vller Human Society -Phono 186.
en. nartwiir. president; Harold Hershnor,
secretary; Ilie Hutler, treasurer.
T Can Alf.n.H I w na nffiiwl . M t.:i -1 1 , . l"
Luttri. kanral C'tftfl J...l' lu.i' tu.k' .in
Wanted to Purchase-No. 1 Sharpies cream
823 L. i-t;p
U quity in timher land to exchange for auto. Box
fW, New. Ottice. 40-t(-p
Vanted Position on ranch by young- married
' couple. Also capable of doing- first class car
penter work. V. i. Wilson, Address News office.
anted -Girl or woman for general housework.
Small family, a-ood wairea. Mn. E. A. Hmkr.
VUajitl -One or two b'lt, heavy teams to work
' ' at Boneboro. C. R. Bone. 38-41C
isn snd wife would like to take charge of fruit
""ranch, any time after Nov 1 A.l.lr.. Un.
23. Bingen, Wash. 3tM2p
rTo Let at Once-A II or part of 25 acres of
stumping and grubbing. Call on C. H. Carter
at the Oak (J rove Store. 3a-42c
Tanted A position on farm. Can furnish good
"references. Address E. O. Iutro, M. D.
Phone 71. 40-43-p
Japanese boy wants a position as school boy in
"city or country. Phone 343-L. P. O. box ixt.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS
r Rent Good furnished room with furnace
heat to rent. Phono 273-K. 3-41p
pVr Sale-Modern 8 room house; full basement;
A near hiirh school: four kitjL Would .irhtnin.
for property in western part of city. Address
ick cox las. Mood Kiver. 3-lp
TJVr Rent A nicely furnished front room with
A privilege of bath. Centrally located. Phone
84-K. Wi Cascade Ave. 3-42c
HORSE8, COWS, PIQ8, CHICKENS, ETC.
For Sale Horse, work or driving mare, cheap;
welvht 1101 fMiunHM. PhnnelxV 3M-Sle
'p'or Sale Team of horses, harness and hack for
1 t-'Ou. J. A. Epping. 38-41C
fr Sale-Untrained Shepherd dog 8 months oid.
Ph..n fiYI 1W1II ra...
pVr Sale-Eighty acres beat apple land in Upper
Valley, located at Wood worth station. Will be
sold st bargain by owner. Address A. W. Stone,
Box 67, Dee. Oregon. 40-43-p
For Sale-Rhode Island Red Pullets.
Tr Ssle Good cow. gives about two gallons of
milk a day. Will be fresh in May. John
Stephenson, R. D. 3. near Belmont, south of Kin
den place. Cash or bankable note. 41-44-p
nVr Sale-Gentle mare, weight 900 lbs. Excel
lent farm, saddle and road horse. New harness
and light buggy Phone 214K. 41-44-c
r Sale or Rent Typewriters, new or second
hand, on easy terms. A. W. Onthank. 40-tfc
'or Sale A large quantity of fine grapeo cheap.
J A. Epping. 34-tlc
UW Sale Good carriage to sell or trade for fir
x wood. Phone 273-K. 38-41p
pW Sale Tomatoes, best 2 cents a pound, field
picked 1 1-2 cents, seconds and irreen. 1 cent.
C. E. Miller. Phone 2112M. 3S-41c
p'or Sale 10 shares of stock in the Hood River
Apple Growers Union. Apply st office of the
company at the warehouse, or address the owner.
Frans h. Forsberg. Hood River. 3-42c
T7W Sale A New Home sewing machine in first
clans condition. Enquire 226 Montello avenue.
or phone 270M. 39-42p
AY AND OATS-Kelly Bros. Phone 1D12L.
"p,r Sale A one-horse Mitchell wagon, second
hand. Enquire J. W. Hinrichs. Route No. 3.
Sale One Faultless No. 2 stump Duller.
nesrly new. Call 16.1M. 41-44-c
LOST AND FOUND
T ost One box weighing about lf0 pounds.
Ajmrked W. C. Rowe. Disappeared from stable
or warehouse of Transfer & Livery Co. 3iM2c
Loat Umbrella, on Neil Creek road, marked
Tucker. Finder please leave at News office.
LEGAL AND OTHER NOTICES
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX
Notice is hereby given that the undersiirned has
been appointed by the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for Hood River County, to be adminis
tratrix of the estate of Stephen K. Reed, deceased,
and all persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same to me,
duly verified, at the office of Jayne &. Watson, in
the city of Hood Kiver. Oregon, within six months
from the date of the first Dublication of this
notice. Date of first publication. October 12. liilO.
l-4c DELI.A Youno. Administratrix.
It is impossible to say Just when
physiognomy began to be a "science."
It Is said that the celebrated Pythag
oras founded tbe science about B. C.
640. It is spoken of by Hippocrates
about D. C. 450, but be docs not at
tempt to go into the discussion of Us
origin. The tlrst systematic treatise
on the subject that bas come down to
us is that attributed to Aristotle.
Throughout the sixteenth and seven
teenth centuries there were many pub
lications on physiognomy. Exchange.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed by the county court of the
state of Oregon, for Hood River county, to be ad
ministrator of the estate of Clyde O. Richards.
deceased, and all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notihed to present the same
to me, duly verified, at the office of Jayne &
Watson, in the city of Hood River. Oregon, within
six months from the dste of the first Dublication
of this notice. Dste of first publication. Septem
ber 14. 1910. Charles J. Calkins.
37 -42c Administrator.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION '
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon. September lfi. 1S10.
Notice is hereby given that Judaon T. Moody, of
ML Hood, Oregon, who. on June 8. 1H04. made
homestead entry No . 13ST2, (Serial No. 032161 for
E 1-2 N W 1-4 and E 1-2 SW 1-4. Sec. 31. township
1 south, range 10 east. Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final hive year
proof, to establish clsim to the land above de
scribed, before F. A. Bishop, a U. S. Commis
sioner, at his office in Hood River, Oregon, on the
22d day of October, 1MU.
Claimant names as witnesses: Jscob T. I-entz,
Joseph Dimmick. Wallace Moody and Patsy
Stark, all of Mt. Hood. Oregon.
C. W. MOORE.
. 38-42 Kegister.
Th Nautical Idiom.
In "Glimpses of East Africa" Mrs.
Ethel Youngbusband tells an amusing
story of a venerable Tarsee who was
on board a big liner going to England.
Some one wishing to make himself
agreeable went up to blui and said.
"I hope, sir, you are a good sailor."
"Sailor, Indeed!" said the Tarsee.
"Why, I am a first class passenger!"
A Rod In Pickl.
Mrs. Ooodsole Why, Johnny, ara
you Just going home now? Your moth
er's been looking for you all afternoon.
Johnny Yes'iu, I know. Mrs. Oood
sole Just think Jiow worried she must
be! Johnny Oh, she's near the end
her worrying. I'm Jest beginning
"How do you know she's older than
"Why, she admitted It herself. She
said 'You and I are Just the same age,
dearie.' "Cleveland Leader.
Mrs. Mark bas so far recovered ne
to lie nble to be out ng.'tln.
Mm. Henry Lnge returned last
week from n visit to I'ortlantl.
Mrs. Miilx'l I.iiKe and little son ore
npendlnp; the week In Hood River.
Arthur Hanson ntteniled the fair
at The Dallcn Friday and Saturday,
returning Sunday evening.
Our jinstor, Rev. Crenshaw, will
preach nt Otlt'll next Sunday morn
ing. The following Sunday quarter
ly meeting will be held.
Peter lllnrlcbn, who was killed
last week, was the father of the Miss
Hinrlcba who taught in the primary
department In our school last year.
Fred J'anseli ami MIim Mary Alt
man were recently married In Spo
kane and arrived In Hood River Sat
urday morning. Saturday evening
their many frlendn celebrated tbe
event by such vociferous demonntra
tions that It left no room for doubt
that their residence among us will tie
Among men some have tlrtues con
cealed by wealth and some their vices
by poverty. Thegants.
Of mm i ii j.
Toss and Ulnae la Oregon and
V aahlngton, git ing a liew-rlptlv
hketrh of emh place, l.orntto'S,
Whipping Facilities and lnl
fled IHrertory of each liuelaeae
R. L. POIK CO., lac.
We offer at $85 per acre, for immediate
sale, two adjoining 160 acre tracts-no finer
fruit land in Oregon-four miles from
Mosier and only 10 miles from Hood River.
Practically every foot is best apple
land. About 15 acres ready for the plow.
Clearing much lighter than Hood River
Valley. The soil is of the finest quality,
drainage perfect and the north slope ideal
for high grade apple culture.
The best road out of Mosier crosses the
land, but twenty minutes distant by auto
mobile. The view is magnificent.
This will make one of the finest orchards
in Oregon and offers immense profits to
sub-divide. Nearly the entire area, when
planted, can be seen from the road and is
already surrounded by growing orchards.
Eastern owners desire income property
and do not wish to improve. The price
$85 per acre-is far below the value of this
land and is subject to increase if not sold at
Will sell 320 or divide in half.
OLIVER L. BROWN,
Mt. Hood Hotel, Hood River.
or McCargar, Bates & Lively,
Failing Bldg, Portland.
DONE WITH A
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Offlco, No. 9 Oik Street
Phooot. 26 or 200Z-I
NICHOL & HADLOCK
Brosius Building, Corner Second and Oak
Hood River, Oregon
You can read all the late and
popular fiction for two cents
a day, minimum charge of
five cents for a book - - - -
Pifer Booh and stationery store
Hotel Oregon Building
On and after October
20th all prices on lots and
Industrial Sites in Ri-Vcr-tJietv
TarK. Addition to Hood
F-i-Ver tttilt be advanced
Uen (10) per cent.
Hood Hitter "Development Co.
J. F. "Batchelder, Trcs.