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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1911
(Fnm th K.ntvrpriar)
J. I,. Sul lierliiinl tiimlf H trip up
1 II1 Kivt-rfor ten inllt-H rvivntly,
mill h.vm that It U wurtli anyone'
tliii- t' tour tlittt viillt-y.
The KnlerprlHe uihIithJhiiIh t tin t
t lie llerinnn Y tints ilm-e of L'ln hcivh,
J iHt Im'.voihI tiilnn-r, wnn old to the
IMiiichii ('oiiiiaii.v, t( Hood kivt-r
Nll (ilfllWOod, ftir $1.'.IHHI. Thin
i'oiupnny U ajipHrentl.v stirring
things In the upKT country.
The Mt. Adnms people pronxittni;
the line up the hill from the North
Itiiiik road have leeu HwaUinu nil
other eoiiferenoe with the railway
iiiatwiKerM. They are confident they
can et the capital for th. line, and
feel very much eiiconrned over pron
p.vtH. When Mr. Kyan. a, traveling salec
iii Ati. recently drove Into I'nderwood,
1 1 Ik horwK nhlel at a Hta' ioi.ery auto
moliile, overturned the hiiKK.v nnd
wnt It and Mr. Kyan over the em
liankmeiit. He n tmdly cut ami
lirulMed, and a hurry call a made
for a Hood Kiver phyHlclan He wax
taken to Portland and In now coin
ing through all right.
Crew were laid off on the ranch of
the White Salmon Orchard Co., of
which Iv. It. (ilavU U superintendent,
and Mr. Hlchurdtion, the foreman,
haw returned to Seattle. Over forty
men were employed, and about a
half a dozen are retnlued. Over U.'i
acre were set to trees thin spring,
which?' with the fifty acres of old
tree, makes a good-nize commercial
While In an intoxicated condition,
Hen Onliornenet the ticking an J mat
tress afire In the cooler, where he had
leen locked up by Marshul Kstes
Monday efternoon. He would have
perished miserably, and a large part
of the town leen burned, had not
some small boys tteen running
through the alley uu their way from
school and saw the smoke induing
from the barred windows.
O. ( Dean says that the effect
of the Injunction restraining him
from landing at the foot of Front
street, Hood Kiver, during high
water, will work to the disadvan
tage of passengers, for If he cannot
go through the slough, he will have
to laud them at the present dock.
If, on the other hand, another firm
or company puts on a boat, thev'
will, during high water, have thefj.
vantage in landing near thefGO(j
So packed 1sthejnregatonftl
clttiTCu r!"tiiJ" Jfu-e every Sunday
that. If it continues, an addition will
have to le built. Kev. Tate will
leave Monday for his old home In
A Dainty Enameled
Don't you admire a light, dainty bedroom with
immaculate linen and draperies, and with walls, furni
ture and woodwork all enameled in pure white or
some delicate tint such as ivory or pale blue? You
can have one it is not expensive.
gives a hard, sanitary, lustrous, genuine enamel
Nebraska, where he will visit a
couule of weeks. He goes as the
1 guest of the A. O. V. W. lodge" of a
i Nebraska city, who esteem li I ill so
much for the services he rendered
i that lodge throughout thestale that
I they wrote him to get onto the Pull-
man at White Salmon, "come home
' for a couple of weeks, and expenses
both ways will lie paid." Uiiring
, Mr. Tate's nbseuce, Kev. J. K if a r-
. greaves, of Hood Kiver, will conduct
j the services.
White Salmon strawlierrles are to
i le served for the coming year on the
i diners of the North Hank, the tireat
i Northern and Northern Pacific
Strains. After the fresh fruit Is all
gone, the menu cards of these cars
will have "While Salmon strawber
ries preserved." The berries will lie
put up In Individual jars by Mrs.
llolcomb, and we are perfectly sure
that many travelers who taste tluiu
will lie Interested to know more of
the country that can produce lierries
of such rare aud delicious flavor, fur
Mrs. lloU'oinh knows how to pre
serve them and keep nature's fresh
ness. Small, neat labels will tell the
UPPER VALLEY NEWS
Miss Grace Stewart recently the ef
ficient teacher at the Valley Crest
school, has taken the position of
bookkeeper at Mclsaac's store.
One of the most enthusiastic and
successful poultrymen in the valley Is
W. H. Tobey, who has a large flock
and conducts his poultry farm on up-to-date
John Uoldsbury has lost another
dog Imt having it poisoned. He is
now looking for another canine ami
Is prepared to receive sealed propo
sals from dog orchurdlsts.
The Glacier Irrigating Company
has voted tolncrease its capital stock
from $10,0H) to f l.",0U0. Shares In
the company now sell for $1.". Kach
share Includes oue Inch of water.
Kelly & Worden have their Park-
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ucijc- iuiii iij i ciuwu, mi ni5 muriii
It up the first of the nunth. The
portable mill of 'jay & Welsel Is also
doing business and It Is expected to
cut considerable lumber with It.
Te Oregon Apple Company, which
D'i.8 one of the largest aud finest
tracts of unimproved apple land In
ihe Upper Valley, started work last
week improving It. ami has a gang
of forty Japs clearing and grubbing.
The company which Is trying the
char pit method of removing stumps
is having considerable success and
their experiment Is lielng watched
The I'pper Valley Progressive As-
eoclatlon, at a recent meeting, voted
surface, easily kept bright and clean.
It is offered in delicate tints or rich
colors to harmonize with draperies and
E. A. FRANZ CO.
Hakes Home Baking Easy
The only baking powder
made from Royal Crape
Cream of Tartar
K3ALUM.N0 lime phosphate
to Improve I'pper Valley highways
and two days were set for the work.
Saturday, May Kith, will be given
over to local roads, and Saturday,
May 20th, to the trunk road down
Neal creek. It Is expected that resi
dents will turn out In a body and
that the country highways will show
a decided Improvement when their
labors are concluded.
We offer One Hundred Dollars He-
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot lie cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. K. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known P.
J.Cheney for the last years, and
Inileve him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions, and financial
ly able to carry out anj obligations
mailt' by his firm. Waldlng, Klnnan
& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, (. I'.iill's Catarrh Cure Is taken
Internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 7."m; per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills
Literary Honors for Northwest
Two members of the faculty of the
I'nlverslty of Washington have been
elected to membership In the Author's
Club of London, England. This
honor hns been conferred on Prof. E.
S. Meany and Dr. H. H. Gowan, in
recognition of their literary achieve
ments. K. F. Backus has resigned
from the University Koard of Re
gent. A fight was made on him
during the last legislature.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES
Soft Drinks for Family Use
Hood Kiver Sweet Cider, Hires
Koot I leer, aud So. la Waters of all
flavors cau be obtained for family
use at all the confectionery and gro
cery stores at JUKI ier dozen, with
an allowance of ."i"c (mt dozen for the
return of the bottles to the party
from whom purchased. Keep ti few
bottles lu a cool place during the
HOOII HlV Kit A li'l.K VlXKOAK CO.
J. M Howell, a popular druggist
of Gnt'iistmrg. kv , says, "Me use
Chamberlain's Cough ICeinedy In our
own household mid know It Is excel
lent." For sale bv all dealers.
Sunset Magazine for May
Nile of the West, by S. Gleu An-
drus, U'liutifully illustrated In four
colors. Hie Spell, a estern novel,
by the Williamson. Guests of Great
er Chinatown, bv Charles K. Field,
Atltomobilo seciioii. Now on sale.
Sick headache results from a dis
ordered condition of the stomach,
and can be cured by the use of Cham
lierlaln's Stomach and Kiver Tab
lets. Try It. For sale by all
Oregon Hotel Special Dinners
A special table d'hote dinner will
be served at the Hotel Oregon every
Sunday from ,ri:30 to 7::W p. m. for 7.1
cents. An a la carte meal will also
be served. Music by the Mandolin
Club. Dine with us.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. Yon will find Cham
beiialu's Liniment wonderfully ef
fective. One application will con
vince you of Its merits. Try It. For
sale by all dealers. .
In buying and selling diamonds tha
weight of the gems Is gauged by
scale peculiar to this trade only.
If you lielch up a bitter tasting
liquid It Is a sign of bad digestion.
V dose or two of Herbine.will cor
rect the disorder. It stimulates di
gestion aud purities the bowels.
Price ,p0c. Sold by ( has. X. Clarke.
Electricity and Dry Air.
So perfect an Insulator Is dry air
that it takes 10,000 volts of electricity
to leap a gap of an Inch.
For soreness of the muscles
whether Induced by violent exercise
or Injury, Chamlierlaln's Liniment Is
excellent. This liniment Is also high
ly esteemed for the relief it affords in
cases of rheumatism. Sold by all
Among the few great Joys of life is
staying in bed fifteen minutes after
we know we ought to get up.
When your food does not digest
well and you feel "blue," tired and
discouraged, you should "use a little
Herblne at bedtime. It opens the
bowels, purities the system and re
stores a fine feeling of health and
energy. Price One. Sold by Chas. X.
In lands where the banana flourishes
the fruit Is often baked without peel
ing until Its rind hursts.
Stiff neck Is not only painful, but
annoying. To get rid of it quickly,
rub the affected part with Kallard's
Snow Liniment. It penetrates the
llesh and relaxes the muscles, ho that
the pain ceases Immediately. Price
2."ic, r0c and $!.) ier bottle. Sold by
( has. X. Clarke.
"Walk slowly -eat less," are Dr. Os
ier's directions fur middle aged persons
wbo want to live long.
For cholera morbus, cholera In
fantum, diarrhoea from colds, and
wind colic, Mc Gee's Iiahy Kllxlr Is a
remedy of extraordinary power; It
relieves colli! pains Instantly, checks
diarrhoea, and settles the dlsordererl
stomach. Price -.'.Ic and 50c per bot-
Sold by ( has. X. Clarke.
Th. Irish 8...
The English channel is nowhere
more tbuo 'Jn feet deep. The Irian
sea U 2.130 feet.
A child can't net strong and robust
while Intestinal worms eat nway Its
vitality. To give the child h chance
to grow, these parasites must lie de
stroyed nndexpelled. White's Cream
Vermifuge Is guaranteed to remove
the wormx; It nlsn puts the vital or
gans In healthy, vigorous condition.
Price 2."s: st bottle. Sold by Chas.
Saxony possesses one of the ls"st
regulated systems of forestry In the
Is there anything In this world
that Is of more Importance to you
than good dlgi-xtlon? Food must Is
eaten to sustain life and must Is; di
gested ami converted into blood. I
When the digestion falls the whole
body suffers. hitnlMTliiln' Tub
lets are a rational and rellalile cure
for Indigestion. They Increase the
flow of bile, purify the blood,
strengthen tin- Nirnach, and tone up
the whole illgeHiive npparatus to a
natural and healthy action. For
sale by all dealers. j
FARMER, SAYS EXPERT,
NEGLECTS FINANCIAL SIDE
"The financial side of farming, the
world's .greatest Industry, Is almost
entirely neglected by both the farmer
and the schools," says Dean J. A
Itexell of the Oregon Agricultural
College, author of a volume on
"Farm Accounting and Itusiiiess
Methods," now lulls sixth thousand.
"Professor Pulley, of Xew York
said, lu discussing the matter of his
own state, 'In visiting practically
every farm In oue of the counties of
the state, we did not tiud one man
who knew how much It cost him to
produce milk or to raise any of his
"It Is doubtless true," says Mr.
Itexell, "that the farmer Is becoming
a factor to be reckoned with In the
business world; that the average
farmer knows vastly more abcut
scientific farming than his father did.
He understands more t horoiighl v the
value of proper cultivation, of fertil
ization, of rotation of crops, and of
diversified fanning. Itut It cannot
be said that he owes his success to
improved business methods. He has
been successful, rather. In spite of his
Iguoraiiee lu this respect, and lie-
cause of the lavish geuerosltv of
The Oregon Agricultural College Is
now giving courses In farm business
management by mail, for the benefit
f those who can not attend the
courses at the college. Some fiftv
have already completed the course.
WESTERN UNION ARRANGES
FOR UPTOWN OFFICE HERE
A dispatch received here Saturday
from the Western Union manager
states that an uptotvn otllce of the
company Is tobe established at Hood
Kiver, but that messages will lie re
ceived any hour of the day or night
at the railroad station also. The
feature that many objected to lu re
gard to establishing an ollice away
from the depot was that the hours
of service would be shortened.
Other objections were that the
Hood Kiver Apple Growers' I'nlon
and the Davidson Fruit Co., the
greatest users of the telegraph ser
vice, considered the depot the more
convenient on account of their fruit
shipments, particularly during the
According to the announcement of
the Western 1'nion It will Ik possible
to send messages from either place
with an nil night service at the depot.
If this system Is put Into effect It Is
sfited that there will be no objection
to the new ollice. It Isexpccted that
the ollice will be placed In the rear of
the Hood Kiver Hanking & Trust Co.
HOOD RIVER MINERAL
Has opened its subscription books
for stock In the company. A home
company. A rare opportunity. An
assured success. Temporary office
with the Hood River Realty Co.
C. D. NICKELSEN, Sec'y
Mr. Klwin Weldon, of Huxuin,
Wush, and Miss F.lla It. Walters, of
Portland, were united in marriage
by .1. Z. Hershner, nt Ids residence, on
Wednesday, May .t. Mr. Weldon Is
an orchardist of Hustim, where their
home will lie.
B. t. O. E.
All members of the F.Iks lodge are
requested to meet at the Commercial
Club Thursday evening, May Hth, at
H o'clock. Matters of Importance to
J. H. FllKllRK'V,
J. i. Voot,
Micro klllt the Dandruff para
site, soothes the Itching scalp,
fives lustre to the hair end
stimulates Its growth. A
single spplication fives relief
nd proves its worth. Do not
be bald. Save your hair be
fore too late. Micro Is
delightful dresslnf for the
hair, free from grease and
sticky oils. Booklet free.
HOYT CHEMICAL COMPANY
rAiiiNO nun I.UI TxcsTtNotnt)
!. . CHILBLAINS rCLONI, U"M, CTC.
A VALUASLC HOUSCHOkO tALVC
ALL OftUMItrt HAVt IT OA wiu. O.fAiN ON ACQUCST
ACCCAT NO JU.JTITUTCi
free 23 Cents.
Netiected wounds produca old sores and
tbM in time develop ulcors which et away
Is a Healing Remedy for All Ailments of
the Flesh of Man and Beast
The speed With which this splendid liniment heals np a bad
wound or aore has surprised and pleaied those wbo were accus
tomed to the slower and uncertain effect of less powerful remn
dies. It mends the lacerated fleah so quickly that there Is but
little time lost from work. In relieving; rheumatic pains, neural
gia, sciatica. It has done and la doing; a wonderful work. Many,
chronlo victims of these diseases have found to their great satis
faction that it cures an attack la a fraction of the time required
by the ordinary treatment.
It is equally effective In the flesh ailments of animals. Owners
of blooded stock value it highly for two reasons: It heals sores
and wounds quickly, and leaves no disfiguring- scars.
This remedy Is needed in every home. If its great power and
efficacy was generally known, no family would be without it.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
JAM IS r. IALULRD frtOfHIETOR ST. LOUIS, M0.
Stesheaa Eye Salve la a safe aad speedy rramedy fer Sore Byea.
3 Solo Ax o RtcowsiNonfitC
HOOD RIVER LOSES
BY SCORE OF 5 TO 4
Hood Kiver lost Its second iriuiie of
the season Sunday to The Dalles, af
ter one of the most Interesting con
test pln.ved In the Mid Columbia
lCiikftie this year. I ntll the elirlith
iniiliiK it looked like a Hood Kiver
WE POINT WITH PRIDE
to our past record in the re
tailing of hiph class OLIVES.
That record we purpose to
keep and offer you now some
Large Queen Olives -s 25c
Also a fine line of Hottled
Olives just received
Another shipment of PRIiPLKRfcl)
STOCK SLICliD HAWAAIN PINE
APPLE, larjce can 25c
The Star Grocery
"Good ThiiHjs to Eat"
PEKIGO & SON
LESLIE BUTLER. President
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
Capital and Surplus
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
SAFE PEPOSIT BOXES
Merchants' Express a n d General Delivery
Be sure to order from your merchant
by noon on day of delivery
Long Hauls of Fruit Solicited
We are in a position to handle Tonnage. Figure with us,
for we can do your hauling cheaper with our auto truck than
you can by team.
Phone 115-K. A. O. HERSHEY
Upper Valley Lumber Co.
We are now in a position to furnish
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
of the various kinds
Apple Boxes and Strawberry Crates for this season. Orders and bills
HAY & YVEISEL I 1-2 miles Southeast of Parhdalc
victory, when an error allowed the
visitors to make the runs and win by
the close score of 5 to 4.
The Hood Kiver batteries were
Myers and Ijnrgc; The Dalles I'liii'"'
A large attendance witnessed the
Kutane and Tokyo Dishes.
Oak Street, Horner 1st
14 O.k St.
House and Yard Gleaning
Ashes, empty cans and all rubhish re
moved at once, on order
housecleaninic, cooking or chopping
wood done on demand
YAM A & KAWA
Tele 1 1 hone between 7 and 10 p. m.
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY