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    THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911
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EMPLOYMENT
Wanted -At Parkdale in new
house with all modern con
veniences, woman for general
housework; must be goon cook
and laundress, willing to make
herself generally useful. Call at
Mt. Hood Hotel Weduesday night
or phone Udell tx'o. oti,
Wanted - Position as manager ot
large bearing orchard; thor
ough knowledge of orchard rou
tine, pruning and packing; only
first class offers considered.
Communicate "C," News office.
3-10p
Wanted Young man about 15
years of age to work in
garden and about the house.
Steady job to right party. W. C.
Adams, 1-4 mile south of Bra
ford's store. 8-tfc
Wanted By married man and
brother, steady work on ranch.
Address, W. H. Montgomery,
Hood liiver, Oregon, or call at
312 1-2 Oak street at 12 o'clock
noon. 9-10p
Help Wanted -Man with team
and tools to move on 20 acre
fruit ranch and care for same.
Good house and barn. In lower
valley. Dickerson Feck. 7-tfc
Wan ted -By young married
couple, just arrived from the
East, work on a fruit ranch.
Phone 1'jyK, or address B. F.,
care of A. I. Mason. 8-9c
Seven good working Greek boys
want work clearing land.
Phone 308 M, or address Post
Office box No. 73. 8-Jp
Cmnhy Post. G. A. R.-MxeU t the K. of P.
hall the second mnd fourth Saturdays of the
month at 2 p. m. lieu. P. Cruwi-U. commander; S.
V. Wythe, adjutant.
Canby W. R. C. No. lfi-Meem second and fourth
Saturdays of irh month in K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. Mrs. Abbie taker, president; Mrs. Kath
ryn Gill, wcretary.
Court Hissl River. No. 42. F. of A . meets every
Thurwlay evening in K. of P. hall. Visiting
Foresters always welcome. Wm Flemminir. C.K.;
F. C Brusius. F. S.
Hood River Valley II jmane Society - Phone
K. If. Hartwiir. president; Harold Hrrshner,
secretary; Leslie Butler, treasurer.
Hnl River 1-odite. No. 1(18. A. F. A A. M -Meets
Saturday eveninir on or tiefore each full
moon. Ralph Savage. W. M.; L). McIXmald. secre
tary. Hond River Tamp. No. Tim. M. W. A. -Meets in
K. of P. hall first and third Wednesday niithts.
C.. 8. Jones. V. C; C. U. Oakin. clerk.
Hood River Camp. No. 770. W. O. W.-Meets at
K. of P. hall the second and fourth Wednesday
nights of each month. W K. Shay. C. C; Floyd
Sperlinir. clerk.
Hood River Circle. No. Mi. Women of Woodcraft.
-Meet at I. (. O. F. hall first and third Sat
urday nights, each month. Visitors welcome.
Mrs. Wm. lienjcer. N. li.; Alice Shay, clerk.
Tdlewilde Ix.lire. No. 107. I. O. O. F.-Meets in
Fraternal hall every Thursday eveninir at 7:00.
at the corner of Fourth and Oak streets. Visiting
brothers welctimed. A. R. Crump. N. G.; G. W
Thompaim. secretary.
Kemp Ixrire. No. IH1. I. O. O. F.-MeeU in
the Odd Fellows hall at Odell every Saturday
night. Visiting brothers cordially welcome!. W.
A. Lockmsn. N. G.; (ieo. Shepard. secretary.
T aurel Retieka Ixitlge No. 87. I. O. O. F.-M.-ets
hrst and thmi M'indaya in each month. Flora
Shhmeltxer. N. G.i Lilion Smith, secretary.
Mount Hood Ixulge. No. 205. I. O. O. F., meets
every Saturday evening in Gribble's hsll.
Mt. Hood. M.W. Shearer. N.G.; G. W. Dimmirk,
secretary.
Maintain Home Camp. No. 34. R. N. A. -Meets
at K. of P. hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. A. Crump.
O.; Mrs. Ella Dakin. recorder.
"leta Assembly. No. WB. U. A. - Meet in their
v'haU the first and third Wednesdays, work;
second and fourth Wednesdays, aocial. C. 1.
llennchs. M. A.; W. H. Austin, secretary.
rreon Grsne ReWkah Ixslge No. 1BI. 1. O. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth Wednesdsya
in each month in Cribble's hall. Mt. Hood. Or.
Mrs. Mammie Dimmirk. N. G.; Mrs. Nettie
Gnbble. secretary.
Riverside Ixstge. No. RH. A. O. XI. W.-Meets In
K. of P. hall the first and third Wednesday
nights of the month. Visiting brothers rordislly
welcomed. Newton Clark. M. W.; Chester
Shute. recorder.
Waucoma Irtlge. No. SO. K. of P.-Mceta in
their Castle Hall every Tuesday night, when
visiting brothers are fraternally welcomed.
Arthur Clarke. C. C; Ixu. 8. luenhcrg, K. of R.
8.
Wauna Temple Pythian Sisters, No. -Meets the
first and third Tuesday of each month at K. of
P. hall, pell lNbaon. M. E. C; Gertrude stark,
M. of R. A C.
0-W. R. & N, COMPANY
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No. S. Portland Flyer :10 "
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No. 4. Walla Walla Passenger .'.12:55
. Trains number S, 5, II and 17 make no stops be
tween Hond River and Portland. Passengers for
Inesl nnints must take trains 7 and 1.
Train 4. 12 and 18 stops only at Th Pallea, Arl
ington. Umatilla and Pendleton. Passengers for
point between Hood River and Pendleton must
take trains No. 2, 8 and 8.
For futther Information inquire at ticket office
J. H. t RIIDRICY, Agent.
LIVE STOCK AND FOWLS REAL ESTATE SECTION
assB r 1 -l y-v w T-l trT A . n Am aw -art .
ror Sale-S.C. RHODE ISLAND
I II ED EGGS for setting. Pen
No. 1. Headed by son of sweep
stakes Cock and 1st Hen at Seat
tle exposition and brother to 1st
Cockerel at the last Portland
show. He has proper shape and
good rich color in all sections,
mated with a. select pen of pul
lets and hens that are splendid
winter layers. Eggs $3 per 15.
Pen No. 2. Headed by a Cock
of proven merit as a strong
breeder, mated with a pen of
good type females for general
utility. Eggs $1.50 per 15. Fer
tility guaranteed. L. F. Batten.
Phone 2012-M. 9-22
For Sale Koan team, weight
about 2500; sound and reliable.
Also wagon wagon and rack.
Price reasonable. E. L. McClain,
phone 201-K, H. D. 1. 7-tfc
For Sale Horse and buggy,
light lumber wagon, two in
cubators, three brooders. All
cheap. W. H. Boot, Belmont
road. 6-tf
For Sale-One bay team 6 and 7
years old, weight about 2100
pounds. For particulars see R.
C. Charters, Bingen, Wn. 9-12.
For Sale Driving mare, light
keeper, lady or children can
drive. Thoroughbred. Shaw &
Bronson. Phone 34. 9-tfc
For Sale-Several light teams,
three second hand hacks and
three second hand wagons. Taft
Transfer Co. 7
For Sale- Six Barred Rock lay
ing pullets. Phone Mrs. Os
good, 1852-K. 9tf.
MISCELLANEOUS
Wanted Loan for three or hve
years on partially improved
land in Hood River Valley, $4000
or $0000. Ample security. Write
O. Hall, 522 Chamber Com
merce, Portland, Oregon. 7-10c
Want to buy a good stump puller
outfit. Must be modern, in
good condition and a bargain.
Homestead Orchard Co., 415
Henry Bldg., Portland. 9-10
BUSINESS CARDS
Loan Agency Loans offered,
$500, $700. Loans wanted,
$300. $000, $1000, $1200, $1500,
$2000, $2500. Apply to A. W.
Onthank, 305 Oak street, tfc
If you have a building you want
moved or raised see or write J.
T. Nealeigh, Hood River, Oregon.
R. I). No. 2 6-13
Notice. oF Final Settlement
VoTii-g is herkrt ;iykn. that the undersign
ed, being the duly appointed, qualified and acting
administrator of the estate of F.. L. Thomas, de
ceased, haa filed in the County Court of the state
of Oregon for HikkI River Uninty. his nnal ac
count in the matter of said estate, and that said
court has appointed Saturday, the lHth riav of
March. l'.Ul. at the hour of 10 o'clock a m of said
snd the County Court Room of the County
Court of the state of Oregon for Hisid River
County, in the City of Hood River. Oregon, as the
time and place tor hearing oojeclions to saio nnai
account and for the final settlement of said estate.
Dated this Feb. 15. Kill.
W. E. Thomas
Administrator.
of the estate of E. U Thomas, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is herebv given that the undersigned haa
been appointrd by the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for Ibiod River County, to he adminis
trator of the estate of Frederick DeForest Isham.
deceased, and all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to present the same
to me, duly verified, at the orlice of Jayne A
Watson, in the city of Hood River. Oregon, within
si months from the date of the first publication
of this notice. '
Pate of first publication. December 14th. 1910.
M. H. MOODY. Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed executrix of the estate of Frank
S. Clark, deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified to present
the same, duly itimiied and regularly verified at
the law ollice of S. W. Stark, in Hixsi River. Ore.,
and all persons knowing themselves to be indebted
to said estate are requested to pay ina same.
Dated this 7th. day of Febr. lull.
Nannir E. Clark.
8-10-e Hood River. Oregon.
Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Mt. Hood Water Co.
ill he held st the nublie hall at Mt. Hond. Ore..
on the2xth day of Feb.. 1U. at tha hour of 2
o'clock p. m.
Dated this lHth day of February. 1911.
2t G. W. DIMM UK. Socy.
ror Sale A few 5 and 10 acre
I first class orchard tracts,
Hood River valley, ten per cent
in cash, balance in work on ad
joining fruit ranch. Consult W.
D. Hooton, Dee, Oregon, or
Fred S. Holsteen, Burlington,
Iowa. 8-9c
For Rent Rooms for rent from
$1.50 to $3 per week. Lighted
hnd heated and next to bath.
Also furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Phone 130L. 7-tf
Presented ith Handsome l.k Tooth
An Intfrt'Ktlntr (future during ttu
lull In t ton ot the cnnillilati'M Into the
Kike, nt the Diillef, wan the irewn
tntlon of it Rnl'l mounted F.Ik tooth
watch rhiirm to J. II. Kreilrtry liy
the llool liiver t liiH H of l'.HO fanill
ilntilrt. When Mr. l-'retlrley wan rail
ed on the Moor tt ret'i'lve thU token
of eotec in from hln friend he didn't
know exactly what wu jtoltin to
happen ami when the preHentatlon
took place he wan tloored. The
charm hn on one nlde an Klk'n head
with the nuinlxT of the lodtfe 'MX and
on the other J. II. F. dan of 1910.
For Sale 5 acres south of Corn
ucopia Farm, 10 miles southwest
of Hood River, $875. Address,
The Cornucopia Farm and Land
Co., Hood River, Oregon. -9c
For Rent Furnished room, gen
tlemen preferred, 187 Sherman
avenue, just above postoffice.
Phone or call in morning lai-lt.
8-tfc
For Sale 10 or 20 acres land.
No better land or location in' the
valley. For particulars address,
100, care News. 6-9p
For Rent Two nicely furnished
rooms within one block of
postoffice. Phone 102-B. 9-tfc
For Sale-The J. H. Osborne
house. 921 State street. In
quire on premises. 6-tfc
For Rent furnished room in
center of town. Apply at
News office, tf
FOR SALE
For Sale One high wheel, solid
tirp. anto-mn-about the car
that travels the roucrh roads. No
danger of getting your tires
punctured. Just the car for a
small family. Price only $200 if
taken soon. H. Dethman, tele
phone 204-K. 6-9p
If you want any Clarks Seedlings
strawberry plants or any New
town, Spitzenburg or Ortley apple
trees for spring planting, see or
write, J. T. Nealeigh, Hood
River, Oregon. 6-13p
For Sale Dresser, heater, cup
board, kitchen Gem, chairs,
nearly new. Inquire 701 Pros
pect avenue. 9-10p
For Sale One and three-eights
inch Old Hickory wagon in fine
condition. Phone 191-K noon or
evenings. 9-10p
For Sale or Rent Typewriters,
new or second-hand, on easy
terms. A. W. Onthank. ' tf
Hay For Sale Alfalfa and wheat
hay for sale. Ralph Hinrichs
phone 3232-L. 5-13p
F
'or Sale Oil meal at White
head's. 4-tf
LOST AND FOUND
Lost Between 9th street and
Sherman avenue, city, and R.
H. Cahoon's place in Frank ton,
on Feb. 27, a bear skin neck fur.
Telephone 257-X or call at News
office. Reward. 9-10p
Will the party who took the
wagon seat from J. W. In
gall's farm in the country please
return it at once and save trou
ble as they are known. 9-10c
Lost symbol to bass drum in town
or on road to Pine Grove hall.
Finder will please call up 238L.
8-9p
WOMAN'S LEAGUE !
TO ELECT OFFICERS;
I
The rejiulur meeting if I lie- Aim-rl- j
can Woman' League will he held at '
the home of Mr Karl Hart iik-hh, '
Wednesday. Mmvh fctli, at L'::!o p in.
Thin will be a very Important meet
liiK and all meniltem are urged to lie
prenent. The annual election of oHi
cers will le held.
The League was organized March
4, 1'JlO, and hin had a very nii-ceeful
year, Iwlng able to report h") mem
ber) in good ntandlng February lt,
which will entitle us to a J,fHK) chap
ter houne. It will be a ttource ol re
gret to th one who let their member
ship lapne", when time Iihm been given
to fully demonstrate the great bene
fitn accruing to life niemberH.
We would urge nil who nlgned
notes to nee to it that they do not
fall to make every payment prompt
ly, lent they retard the building of
our chapter houne and themnelven
loMe their place in the founder'!
chapter.
Membership after March let will
font $100. We have an option on a
few renerve membership at each,
which will Include a ineinberehlp In
the founder's chapter and a .0 dt
lieuture, which we would like to nee
Home of our friends take. For every
nix memltern added to our prenent
number we would receive :ioo more
on our chapter houne.
The china painting class meets
every Tuesday afternooon nt the
home of Mrs. J. V. Klgby.
After the business session next
meeting the Chautauqua class will
havea "jul'on their readlngcourse.
Every t'hnutauquan should be on
hand and ready to take part. Those
who have not secured the required
books will !e welcome to remain for
this literary feust.
Quite a nuiuler of the members are
taking music from the (iulim f'amp
bell Conservatory of Music. This, In
Itself, Is worth many times the cost
of njetulH-rshlp. Mks. Kioitv,
Press Correspondent.
BASE BALL CLUB
PREPARESFOR WORK
The meeting held in the Commer
cial ( lull rooms Monday night to
organize a base ball team and make
plan fur the season was well at
tended. C. A. Hell was elected chair
man. ( has. Morse gave an outline
of the purpose for which the meeting
was called. The election of a man
ager was then proposed and Chan.
Morse and Arthur Clarke were nom
inated with the result that Clarke
was elected manager and Morse as
sistatit manager.
As a stockholder in the company
that owns the grounds, Mr. Hell was
asked to secure a lease for the club
as reasonable as possible and prom
ised to do so.
The chairman then appointed as a
committee to solicit funds for the
club Arthur Clarke. Capt. McCan, E.
O. Hlauchar, Chan. Morse, Truman
Hutler. C. T. Early, E. A. linker and
C. A. Hell.
A motion was carried asking the
chairman to notify all memU-rs of
the committee to commence the
work of soliciting funds as soon as
possible, (.'has. Morse was elected
to act as temporary captain. Merrll
jessllng, ( has. Morse and George
Grey were chosen as a committee to
select suits.
Womans Club Meetings
The Womans Club wishes to an
nounce to the ladles of the town and
valley their meeting days for the re
mainder of the dub year, March 1.
l.'i, ill, April 1-'. :'!, M iy 10. 24, June N.
hoping the ladles can so arrange
their social dates that one will not
contllct with the other.' Hellevlng
all are Interested In the success of the
club, and knowing the club ladies do
not like to miss these pleasant gath
erings, we nsk you to remember the
dales. Mrs. ( has. Castnf.h,
Act. Pres.
Mrs. Rod well Entertains
Mrs. W. V . Hod well gave a most
delightful parly. Friday afternoon,
to the niemlx'rs of the East Harrett
Neighborhood Club. Hesldes the
meititsTM of the club there were
several additional guests present.
The home was charmingly decorat
ed In Filllpino and Japanese curios.
The hostess assisted by her daughter
Miss Susan, Miss A verlll Lining and
Miss llessle Hams served a delicious
three course luncheon.
C.
RUTHTON
H. Morton is on the sick
Mrs.
list.
Mrs. J . S. Hunter Is reported as
improving-
TheKuthtou grip patients are all
on the mend.
Mrs. I. A. Heed and children are
having the grip.
Miss Ieua liaker spent Sat unlay
In the Hose City.
Miss Helen Absten left Portland
Friday evening to take up her work
again.
H.inier Absten attended the party
at the home of Mr. Anderson at Bel
mont Friday night.
Misses Lena liaker and Alma Ab
sten visited at the home of J. W.
Dickinson Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. F. (). White and children
spent Wednesday and Thursday at
the home of Mrs. H. S. Cahoon of
Frankton.
J. H. McCulstinn and wife returned
from Hood Hiver Friday, where Mr.
McCulstiou has been very sick at the
home of his sister, Mrs. (I. W. liar
ton, on the heights.
Methodist Church News
The Ladies' Aid will meet next Fri
day afternoon tit the home of Mrs.
C. P. Sounlchsen.
Next Sunday is Missionary Sunday
in the Bible school and plans are be
ing made for an Interesting service
at 10 a. in.
Thursday evening of this week the
Ladles' A i will give a social at the
parsonage. Arrangements have been
made for an enjoyable evening's en
tertainment. A hearty welcome Is
extended to all. Come out and meet
j our neighbor.
The subject of the pastor's sermon
next Sunday evening will be "The
Ideal Man." This Is the first of a
series of Sunday evening services de
voted especially to young men. A
men's choir will lead the singing and
special efforts will be made to make
the services Interesting. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all, and es
pecially to young men.
All Day Meeting
There will be an all day meeting at
Alliance Cha'l. Sunday, March ot li.
The subject of the meeting will lie,
"Physical Disease, Its Cause and
Hetncdy." Topics:
11 a in. nrlgln of disease and the
divine remedy.
2:"0 p. in Testimonies to divine
healing. Come and hear how (Sod
still heals those who trust Him.
6:.T0 p. m., young people How to
keep strong and healthy.
7::i0 p. ni Miracles, past and pres
ent. We Invite you to attend all of these
services. C. E. Pkhhy, Pastor.
An Afternoon
Will be given by the Pythian Sis
ters nt the K. of P. hall on Tuesday,
March '.Nth. Mothers, wives and
sisters of the Knights of Pythias are
cordially Invited to bring their work
and enjoy a social afternoon.
TRUSTEES ACCEPT
PLANSJOR CHURCH
The board of trustees of the Hiver-
side Congregational Church met in
the First National Bank with the
Committees on Plans and Finance,
Monday afternoon, to consider the
sketches and the outlook- for their
new building, and the plans present
ed by t he commit tee were approved
and Immediately steps will le taken
to follow up the suggestions offered.
The proposed building will be of
gruy stone, 70x70 feet with an audi
torium seating I'OO, which can be ex
panded to mm) If necessary, hav
ing every auditor in view of the
speaker. Two parlors and a kitchen
are provided on the first floor.
The basement has a club room for
young ladles and one for young men,
with a large reading room between
them, and a commodious audieuce
room with arrangements for a stage
and which can lie used for gy muas
lum purposes, basket ball, hand ball,
etc.
The cost of t lie building complete
will be about S'O.noo. As soon as
arrangements for the financing of
the proposition arc completed the
campaign will begia.
Daniel E Willard of St. Paul, de
velopment agent of the Northern Pa
cific railroad, made an official visit
here Thursday. Mr. Willard Is Inter
ested In getting better communica
tion between Hood Hiver and the
North Hank railroad and spent some
time while here looking into this
matter.
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Hone, who
have been east all winter, are ex
pected home In about two weeks.
Christian Science services are held
In Heading Hoom, No. 0, Davidson
building, Sunday a. 11 a. m. and
Wednesday at p. in Sunday school
at 1 a. m.
C. II. Jenkins, Geo. P. Christie and
V. II. Taft were among the large
class of candidates who became
members of the Shrlners at its big
meeting lu Portland last week.
A. J. Nelson and I). S. Sommervllle
caused Rome comment last week
when they walked up the Mount
Hood railroad track, each with a
chicken under his arm, and followed
closely by Marshall Iewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Cram, who
are on an eastern trip, have been
heard from by friends and state that
they are enjoying the trip Immensely.
They are In Boston this week, the
former home of Mr. Cram's mother.
The next meeting of the School and
Home Association will be held next
Monday evening, March 5. at 7:M0 at
the Unitarian church. Prof. Mc
Laughlin will give a short address.
This is a public meeting for all titl
zens.
Baptist church, Sunday, March 5,
morning worship. 11 o'clock; theme,
"The Fatherhood of God." Evening
praise service 7:-'!0; theme, "The
Brotherhood of Man." Mr. Har
greaves will preach. A cordial Invi
tation to all.
The ladles of the I'ulted Brethren
Church will meet with Mrs. Hartley
Friday afternoon at 2 p. in.
Klngsley McGuffey broke away
from the Upper Valley this week
lotig enough to take a trip to Port
land. It was supposed at first he
was In the big city to put on the Up
per Valley Minstrel Show, but he
denies the alligator.
A. W. Peters returned to Hood
Hiver Wednesday from a two
months' absence at Corvallls ami
Portland. Mr. Peters took the full
horticultural course at Corvallls and
believes that the work there is be
coming more valuable each year.
C. S. Sommervllle returned from
New York Wednesday, where he has
been on a business visit for a month.
Mr. Sommervllle. who Is Interested
In the valley, says that business and
financial conditions in the east are
good and that factories in some lines
have sold their output for six months
ahead.
Hev. J. L. Ilershner, of Hood River
was in town Monday, and was look
ing over tne site for the new Congre
gational church. When asked If the
church would be constructed this
year, Mr. Hershner said a great deal
depended on the people of this city.
The church has the lots and money
enough to start the work but the
principle amount of money must
CJtue from the people of Stevenson.
Stevenson Pioneer.
White Gas Car Popular
The White Gas car which has be
come very popular at Hood Hiver,
will tie seen this year in several new
models. Several of these cars which
have been in use here have demon
strated their high class and the com
pany is now claiming an even better
product from their shops than here
tofore. P. S. Davidson has the local
agency for the White Gas and Is pre
paring for a demonstration of the
new models In the near future.
CITY INVESTMENTS
100x100 on Oak street with good buildings,
rental income, $110 per month, only
$1 6,000
Until April First
100x20J on Cascade Avenue, consisting of
four good lots and frame house. This will
double in value within two years. Price,
$7ooo
Good Terms
There will be great activity in city property this year.
Snaps such as these are not on the market long.
Sec OurList of Orchards
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