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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911
IT IS NOT ALWAYS PURE LUCK
that tells where to make a good investment. Good luck may be a factor in making a wise decision,
but by comparison it is not weighed in the balance with good judgment.
Good Judgment Is JVot Hindsight; It9 Foresiqht
Perhaps you did not get in on some of the following investments by reason of an over-abundance
of hindsight. '
$100 invested in stock of Munsey's Hagazine at the right time would now pay you
a monthly income of $100 and have a cash value of $12,000. $1000 in this stock would
have made you independently rich.
$100 invested in Bell Telephone stock at the right time would be worth over $200,000.
These are only two instances of where some one must have used foresight, and yet we can name
dozens of propositions that have paid as well as these or better. We are proving each day that the
old saying, that "a prophet is not without honor save in his own country" does not apply to THE
OREGON APPLE COMPANY OF HOOD RIVER, for the sale of its preferred stock is meeting with in
stant success and that too with OREGON PEOPLE.
THEY KNOW WHERE THE BEST APPLES IN THE WORLD ARE GROWN g THEY KNOW WHERE GRADES AND PACK ARE SAFEGUARDED
THEY KNOW WHERE THE MOST CARE IS GIVEN TO APPLE CULTURE THEY KNOW WHERE BUYERS PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE
If you cannot call at our office, phone SlM or drop us a card and we will supply you with detail
ed information how you can own some of this stock on small monthly payments.
The Oregon Apple Company of Hood River
21-22 Heilbronner Building Hood River, Oregon
J. H. Heilbronner & Co.
Are now ready lor business
in their new offices in
The Heilbronner Building
We have been corresponding with numbcrof n
Easternersjwho will be here early in the spring
prepared to buy.
We Want Good Listings -Especially Bearing Orchards
WHAT HAVE YOU TO SELL?
J.H. Heilbronner & Co.
White :: River :: Flour
Makes Whiter, Lighter Bread
ASK YOUR GROCER
J. M. WOOD
Preferred Stock, Heinz's 57 varieties Pickles, Krout, jj
Mince Meat. Catsup, Apple Butter, Etc. Splendid 1
! line of canned Tomatoes and Corn atlO cents j
Fancy and Staple Groceries
SOLE AO I; NTS FOR PURli WMITK FLOUR
...Your orders will receive our best attention...
EFFORT TO PRESERVE
(iaini' Warden Rush of the Wichita
(iami' liefuge l the Mate of Oklnlio
inn, has Informed tlu department of
agriculture of the receipt In good
condition of eight head of antelope,
which ciime from the national herd
In tin Yellowstone Park. Through
the generosity of members of the
Boone and Crockett Club of New
York funds were furnished for cap
turing and transporting these ani
mal from Wyoming to Oklahoma.
The news of the arrival of the ante
lope at their destination has tx-eii
received with satisfaction by the de
partment officials, who are much In
terested In the attempt to preserve
tills Interesting game animal.
The pronghorued antelope Is un
like any other antelope on the face of
the eartli and has so many peculiari
ties that naturalists class tt In a fam
ily by Itself. Formerly existing by
thousands on our western plains It
has now been so reduced in numbers
that Its absolute extinction Is cer
tain in the very near future unless
protection Is given to the few re
maining. It docs not do well east of
the Misslssppt river and cannot lie
successfully bred In captivity ; but It
thrives If allowed to roam practical
ly free within large enclosures and
under conditions closely approaching
the natural ones.
In IMS the biological survey esti
mated that the total number of ante
lope In the Cnlted States had been
reduced to 17,000. Of these about
10,QO1 were In Montana, Wyoming
and the Yellowstone National Park
and the remaining 7,000 were distrib
uted l:i 1- other states.
On the Wichita game refuge It Is
hoped that the antelope will find
themselves In surroundings suited to
their Increase. The Wichita is really
u national forest anil Saint Warden
Itnsh acts as its supervisor ami at
tends to all t he business Involved In
Its administration. lint on the
Wichita, which was set aside by net
of congress as a national game refuge
tsrause of It especial suitability to
act as a breeding place for the wild
creatures of the plains and lower
Itocky mountain regions, the Impor
tance of the game work has over
shadowed the ordinary uses of it
national forest. There are over l."0
national forests but only two na
tional game refuges.
MAX VOGT LEAVES
The contents of the will of the late
Maximilian Vogt, uncle of Jos. Vogt
of this city, were made public last
week. The Instrument was drawn
on January 10, lull, and was wit
nessed by .1. C. Ilostetler and I'aul
M. Trench. Mr. Vogt named as his
executors to administer upon his es
tate District Attorney Fred W. Wil
son and Hugh . : r i ti and It Is pro
vided that In the event of the death
of either of the men named, the other
shall act as sole executor.
Mr. Vogt left the sum of f.'KKHt to be
devoted to the erection of a fountain
for the use of the public at the Inter
section of Thirl and Washington
streets In The Pallrs, and names W.
II. Wilson, A. F. Lake and W. I,
Hradshaw as trustees to carry out
the purposes of this bequest.
For the purpose of erecting a boys'
school at The Palles he left the sum
of $10,000 The school Is to Ik' under
the authority of t lie Catholic church
and to be of that denomination, and
It Is Intended that It shall be niau
nged In connection with the sisters'
school for girls which has long been
In addition to the bequests named
Mr. Vogt left to Hugh ISIenn, a life
long friend, the sum of $."onO and to
Hev. Father Alphonse Hronsgecst
$."000. The remainder of his estate
goes to his legal heirs, consisting of
Frank Vogt, father of Jos. Vogt, anil
the children of his lately deceased
brother, Bernard Vogt of Arnslierg.
Westphalia, Prussia. The heirs will
receive about $:tii.0O0. one-half of
which will go to Mr. Vogt's father.
As soon as the county court ap
points the requisite appraisers the
Inventory of the roerty belonging
to the estate will be taken.
K. of P. In-tall Officers
Wnueonm I.odce K. of P. held Its
Installation of olliecin Tuesday even
lug and the occasion was made an
enjoyable affair. The new otlicers
are Arthur Clarke. C. ('.; S W. Stark,
V.C.;V. C. llrock. M. of F.x ; Thos.
Johnson, M. of 1 : Ia'wIs Isenberg,
K. of It. S ; K. I. Scobce. prelate;
Jos. Frazler, M. of W.; Win Isenberg,
I. IS.; I j. S. Stevens, O. ().
For Kent F.kht room house,
partly furnished, fret spring water,
electric lights, special rate to good
party for tin winter. J. F. Hatch
elder, 'phone M.m
Clearance Sale of Heaters
now on. We can save you mon
ey on these goods.
Blowers Hardware Co.
Phone 99. First and Oak
Look at Our Windows
We are proud of our windows just
now. Tiiey are worth going out
of your way to see, because they
The first Showing of
Walk-Over Shoes for Spring
and because a full run of sizes and
widths are on our shelves.
J. G. Vosrt