The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, March 22, 1911, Page 10, Image 10

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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1911
That Peculiar
Lightness and Flavor
Found in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake,
etc., is -due to the absolute purity,
fitness, and accurate combination
of the ingredients of the gg
Royal Baking Powder.
The best things in cook
ery are always made with
the Royal Baking Powder.
Hence its use is universal
In the most celebrated
restaurants, in the homes
of the people, wherever de-
licious,wholesome food is appreciated.
Royal Baking Powder
is sold in every civilized country,
the world over.
It I Ui only B&Iring Powder made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar.
Royl Cook Book 800 RtctipttFree. Send Name and Address.
PISH
OVAL (AKINO POWCE CO., NEW YORK,
MINERAL SPRINGS CO.
GETS STRONG SUPPORT
At a meeting of tlie board of di
rector of the Hood Hirer Miuernl
Springs Company, held Saturday, C.
A. Bell and Ir. Malcolm Bronwon
were elected directors. (.'. A. Bell
was elected president.
Tbe Mineral Springs project Is
gaining ground rapidly and subscrip
tions to Its capital stock are being
made dally. The members expect to
U'gln active work within a very
short time.
The company now feels sure of
success, as the citizens of Hood Klver,
realizing the benefits to ! derived
from a resort of this kind, ure lend
ing support, both financially aud
morally, to successfully launch the
enterprise.
Several of the local physicians have
carefully examined the mineral water
taken from the springs and have
highly endorsed It for Its great
health giving powers. In fact, It is
stated by several of tbe local physi
cians that the water Is equally as
good us famous s rings In Kumpe
and America.
The project l one of tie things
that can mean a good deal to Hood
Klver. It will be the means of em
ploying a large number of people and
will be lustrumeutul in bringing a
great many people here. From con
servative estimates taken from other
resorts of this kind. It should mean a
visit from at least forty to fifty
thousand people a year, all of whom
will leuve some money In our com
munity, aud u great many of whom
will, no doubt. Invest in Hood Illver
apple lands and city property.
The personnel of the otlicers uud
directors of the company are compe
tent business men. The president
has been successful In the hotel busi
ness. Apart from this, the orchard
on the property Is one of the most
profitable In the valley.
The company Is assured of outside
money as soon as a certain amount
shall have been subscribed here. The
enterprise Is one that should receive
the voluntary assistance of every
citizen of the city and valley, as it
will be a benefit to all.
The News believes iu encouraging
the proposition and in It tx-lng aided
In every way possible, as It Is firmly
convinced that the resort cm be
made one of the finest on the TacUlc
coast mid i b! asset to the community.
GRIrWNiLfUHES
Benjamin Clothe:s
ttfues, 3an an4 prays
Another lot just received. Thevin
dow is the best story we know of
J. G. VOGT
PI AM mcu umuuAV S
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FROM HERETO M0S1ER
A subscription petition is being
circulated for a better road between
Hood Klver and M osier, and is meet-!
Ing with favor. Seven huudred dol.
lars has been subscrlln-d toward the'
project by private subscription, and
later the county court will Ik asked
to aid In its construction.
As outlined, the plan Is tostart the j
road In by the gravel pit on the east I
side road, near the place of H. S.
Heed, anil extend It to couuect with
the present highway on top of the
hill. It Is stated that this will give
a grade of seven to eight per cent, In
stead of 10 to IS per cent, as at pres
ent, aud the proposed new road will
also lie trltle shorter, l'eter Saltz
mau and other property owners
aloug the road are taking an active
Interest In the matter and believe
that the valley and city will both
benefit by having a better road from
Hood Klver to Mosler.
STARTLING RUMOR
FROM UPPER VALLEY
Kditor Hood River News:
Dear Sir: I write In haste and In
great anxiety regarding a matter
which concerns me greatly. It per
tains to a very perslsteut rumor
which has leen repeatedly heard In
these parts, that the Lower Valley Is
about to be discontim'KD A HOL
ISM FI. And this on the ground
that it is In the way In getting to
and from the I'pper Valley. You
would confer a very great personal
favor to the writer If you would ad
vise if this rumor has foundation In
fact, and. If It has, to use your best
efforts to preclude any such unfortu
nate consummation. For though I
appreciate that the accomplishment
of such a plan would very greatly In
crease our convenience In getting to
and from Hood Klver, however, I
am sure that we would all more
than willingly sacrifice any such con
venience on consideration of the evil
which such a drastic measure would
work to many good friends In the
Lower Valley.
I trust that I may le favored with
an early aud a reassuring reply.
Very truly yours,
HOMKII A. KoOfcltrt.
We do not think yoi: ned enter
tain nny fears of the vanishment of
the Lower Valley. While your letter
Is somewhat ambiguous, we judge
that you refer, In the matter of In
convenience, to the bad roads. We
would suggest, therefore, that vou
procure an nreoplane. as you should
have no difficulty In getting a irood
start atid plenty of momentum, from
your lofty place of residt nee, to cross
the Lower Valley. Kiiitok
Change Newtown P. O. to Odell
The department has notified post
master Atkinson at Newtown that
th? name of that ofllce will be
changed to Odell the first of April.
The change In name Is due to a re-
ceut visit of the Inspector and petl
tlons by residents asking for It.
New Spring Dress Goods
V7T6 bavc juot received a lot of Dreoo Goodo in tbe latest novcltico, otripco,
cbecha and mixed goods, all of wblcb are strictly all wool, from 36 to
52 inebco wide, at 50c to $1.25 are exceptionally good values. Call in and
look tbem over. Ulc are sure you will like them r( Qli fZ
and be surprised at the values offered . Y 5
50 Pieces
NEW GINGHAMS
20 Pieces
NEW PERCALES
Lot of
NEW EMBROIDERIES
that are exceptionally
pretty patterns
NEW CURTAIN GOODS
in plain and patterns.
Of Ettines, Swiss,
Deneens and Cretons
NEW THINGS IN SHOES
BLACK BUTTON SUEDE Ladies'
TAN BUTTON CALF Ladies'
SILK BUTTON VELOUR Men's
TAN WELTS Men's
BUTTON AND LACE WELTS Boys'
SPECIAL BARGAINS
100 Pairs Ladies', Misses, Boys' and Children's
Shoes, worth up to $2.50 p
Your choice , oliUU
SEE WINDOW
Nice Lot of
LADIES' NECKWEAR
SHIRT WAISTS and
HOSIERY
TABLE DAMASK
LINONS and NAPKINS
TOWELS and CRASH
CORSETS
Try the American Beauty
and you will get
satisfactory wear and
comfort. Price
$1.25 to $2.50
I
BRAGG MERCANTILE COMPANY
I tTTiCCinery Opening
MONDAY, MARCH 27th
m i i
3fie IHisses $. & t. Kavotetj
tctfte pleasure in announcing tneir
Spring Opening en trie
a6ce date.
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LATEST STYLES IN
SPRING and SUMMER WEAR
OTTEN BLOCK
hi i b i nzurnm r
Teachers' Meeting April 8th
A local teachers' meeting will lie
held Saturday April 8th at the high
school to which all teachers are In
vited. An Interesting program will
lie prepared. The meeting will he In
Ulc are now talung orders for
Strawberry
Crates
Having only a limited supply, would advise
ordering at once.
Starrfey-Sttiitfi Hum&ev Co.
Kecrl River, Oregon
Pfxcne 134
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charge of County School Superlnten- present and make an address. It Is
dent ('. I). Thompson. State Super- announced that more minute details
Intendent L. It. Alderman will he of the program will he given later.
, IS
Nine Thousand Feet
of Garden Hose was our sales last season; not one foot carried
over. Every length of hose you buy of us is new. Our prices
are rock bottom. 50-foot lengths, coupled up and ready for use.
COTTON
$4.50 $6.00
$5.50 $6.50
RUBBER
$3.75 $5.75
$4.50 $7.25
Garden Hose
25c to 65c
Garden Rakes
35c to 75c
Garden Trowels
5c to 50c
Garden Sets, 3 Piece
15c to 40c
Shovels
60c to $1.40
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A jef sjhdrpening mower
A Boll Bearing
Th. famous OR EAT AM ERICA N Bin
Bearing mower has bill bearings adjust td with ALL ot ths
absolute accuracy of th fined bicycle ever made. t
In fact, the ball art MORE expensive than thoatuYd in
bicycles - dust proof cup, too.
Remarkable adjustment and a "number "ofSPECIAl)
FEATURES.
COME IN AND LCT.US SHOW THCM TOJTOU.j
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We Cleaned Up on
Lawn Mowers
last season
Quality nntl price told the
story. New stock; all sizes
and prices.
$3.75
3.9.')
1.15
5.25
G.25
$10.25
11.50
12.75
11.00
15.00
E. A. FRANZ CO. ffl
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MOOD RIVFIR, ORHOON
UNDHRWOOD, WASH.