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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1910
TO THE APPLE GROWERS OF HOOD RIVER VALLEY
This is the crucial year for growers of this and other North
western Apple Producing Sections. It is to your interests to
become associated with reputable, experienced and up-to-date
dealers in Western Box Apples in Eastern Markets. We are the
pioneer house in handling Western Box Apples in New York
and European Markets. Occupying the strongest possible posi
tion to realize best results covering any and all shipments en
trusted to our care. Handling over 1100 cars of Pacific Coast
Fruits in the Eastern Markets last year is a sufficient guar
antee of our ability to conserve your interests in every way.
R A IE D-0 AT 0 D E L D
317 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK
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Busuong Sc Co., election supplies,
Mower Bros., push broom, .
Burr Cumin, bobcat, $J
J K Cantner, fruit inspector, $!
Dr E ) Dutro, examination Insane,
Ir Jesse Edglngton, care Klchnrd
E A Franz, road supplies, fi." l't
Glass & Prudhomme, supplies as
sessor's office, $ ."m
Hood I'.iver News Co, printing and
election supplies, 9"0.10
Hood Kiver Light & J'ower Co,
water and power $.",:. s.1
John P Hillishorn, 1 coyote. $1.50
Howell liros, blacksmith, $.' "
N W Jackson, 1 cat, 1 coyote, $3.50
Irwin Hodson Co, supplies clerk's
office, f 7..""
Kobert lA'asure, service deputy
R J Melsanc, road supplies road f,
L E Morse, Incidentals, $17.0
A V Meyer, services deputy sheriff,
I) McDonald, road supplies, 72.40
Mount Hood Milling Co, lumlter,
John Kaney, road supplies road
No. 3, $24.S0
.Snow & I'pson, blacksmith work,
Kobert Hand, road work, $l.ftO
Shaw & ISronson, care Indigent and
V A Stark, care lawn and electric
School district No 3. rent, 120
ieo I Slocom, office supplies. $2. !o
Transfer & Elvery, cartage, $7.50
J Wlekhain, deputy assessor, $1W
Warren Wells, wood, $5
H M Wood, election booths, 23.75
I C Baldwin, Juror circuit court,
Thou Lacy, hall rent, $
II W Taylor, Judge Falls precinct,
T W Iiadden, judge Falls precinct,
J F Hendrlck, Judge Falls precinct,
O A Adams, clerk, Falls precinct.
Thad (Jlazler, clerk. Falls precinct,
J P Lucas, clerk, Falls precinct. $
S F My the, judge West Hood Kiver
J Otten, judge West Hood Kiver
J W Morton, -judge West Hood
Kiver precinct, $8
J M CulbertsoD, clerk West Hood
Itlver precinct, $
B E Duncan, clerk West Hood
Kiver precinct, $G
E A Baker, clerk West Hood Itlver
L A E Clark, election board Odell,
C C Maslker, election board Odell,
M D Odell, election board Odell, i
Thos A Boles, election board Odell,
A B Cutler, election board Odell,
C K McCoy, election board Odell, $i
J M Ienzjudge Baldwin precinct ?
J A Macruin, judge Baldwin pre-
Of New Orleans, one of the foremost speakers in Dixie
land, cheerful, magnetic and convincing, will speak in
Hood River at COMMERCIAL CLUB HALL, WEDNES
DAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1910, on
"Prohibition Is Not Temperance"
Mr. Story's treatment of this subject has brought
tears and laughter to thousands of his listeners. It i3 an
acute appeal to the common sense of every sound think
ing man and woman, and is worth going miles to hear.
Don't Miss It Admission Free
PAI O ADVERTISEMENT
H A Oray, judge Baldwin precinct.
W 11 Edlck, clerk Baldwin precinct,
W C Smullln, clerk. Baldwin pre
A E Doggett, clerk Baldwin pre
B F Eadlenian, Judge South Hood
Kiver precinct, $:1
F II Miller, judge South Hood
Kiver precinct, 9;t
F W Angus, judge, South Hood
River prlnct, 93
C I" Beebee, clerk South Hood Elver
W Ferrell, clerk South Hood Elver
C W Ueed, clerk South Hood Elver
B F Eadlenian, mileage $I.J0
School district No. 4, rent, $'.' 50
F C Howell, clerk East Hood Elver
Virgil WInchell, clerk East Hood
('has L Wheeler, clerk East Hood
Elver precinct, $!
A I Mason, judge East Hood Kiver
J II Kolierg, judge East Hood
Kiver precinct, 9
J H dill, judge Hood Kiver Center
.1 L Hershner. Judge Hood Klvor
Center precinct, $
Jeo I' Crowell, Judge Hood Kiver
Outer precinct, $!
A W Onthank, Judge Hood Kiver
Center precinct $!
J J Ward, Judge Hood Kiver Center
1' E Mlchell, judge Hood Kiver Cen
ter precinct, $
A (' Buck, canvass vote 98 0
Mrs J B Hunt, for Indigent Indlau
M M Hill, !l mouths, July-October,
J I' Lucas, stamps, $40
opening of columbia
The Wenatchee Commercial Club
hail fallen In line with the movement
of the I'ortland ChamU'r of Com
merce for the K'iilng of t In; Colum
bia river h far as possible, even Into
the district across the boundary.
Woman for Housework
Two In family. No washing. Ex
cellent place for competent, reliable
middle-aged woman. Phone 171)-L.
Buy your butter, milk and cream
from the Purity Dairy Co. Phone
68-L. Davidson Building.
SAYS OREGON LIVELIEST
CENTER IN THE COUNTRY
Oregon today Is the liveliest center
of the nation, according to Louis
Gerllnger, president of the Columbia
Valley Kallroad Compauy, who has
just returned from a month's stay In
"All eastern business Interests are
waiting for the election and Its re
suits," said Mr. (Jerllnger yesterday
"The railroads are holding off con
struction work. But I return to Or
egoii to find business bigger and
better than ever.
"The reason for It Is that Wall
street no longer controls the Pacific
coast. Our centers of money influ
ence are here. We are not dependent
upon all street nor upon any east
ern power for our prosperity. Our
prosperltv lies In our own resources.
and we do not need to wait for an
election to see whet her we are going
to win or lost-. All the east seemed
tobequlet. All Oregon bums with
Davidson Fruit Co. keady for Apples
The Davidson Fruit Co. has Just
closed the strawberry season, hav
Ing handled some 25,000 crates which
netted here at Hood Kiver 9J.3.1 per
crate, giving their customers an In
creased protit of L0c per crate, or
about 9",000 over other shippers.
This firm will le In the apple deal
and expect to maintain their good
reputation by giving their customers
Those, having crops of fancy apples
will no doubt put money Into their
pockets by arranging with the Da
vldson Fruit Co. to handle their
Phone them at (15 or call at the
ofllce at the foot of Third street,
Hood Kiver, Oregon.
CLAIM ALLOWED IN FIFTEEN DAYS
A. B. Combs, Mgr.,
National Life Insurance Co., U.S.A.
I acknowledge receipt of your
draft for $1000 in full settlement of
my claim In your company, Issued
upon the life of my husband, Clyde O.
The policy was issued Oct. 12th,
1909, Mr. Richards having died Aug.
12th, 1910, ten months later. Pay
ment was allowed by you on Aug.
Thanking you for your prompt and
courteous treatment accorded me In
the settlement of this policy I remain,
FRANCES S. RICHARDS.
Grubbing and fruit tree
contract to let on the south
side of Underwood moun
tain. Enquire of S. Free
man, Underwood, or Hood
River Land Emporium,
Opposite (hi Post Office
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