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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14. 1911
Utah Land Plaster
Arsenate of Lead
A Basket of Goodpr
i.-:. ket of our Fine Groceries.
We guarantee the perfect purity
of every article we sell, and
pride ourselves upon the rep
utation we have made for fair
and honest dealing. We keep
only the freshest and finest of
Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Butter,
Eggs, Flour, etc., and challenge
comparison of qualities at equal
prices. If you are not already
dealing here, you are robbing
yourself of many sources of sat
isfaction. Free delivery
J. M. Wood
Hair -J bv i 1 c h e s
From your own combings
Satisfaction ruaranteed Mail Ordora Filled
MRS. ELSIE BLOOD
HOOD RIVER,0' OREGON
0t your Screens at t h
EK0N0MICK SKREEN K 0.
You call 34SX
I tak the iMuura-mike the screen,
and put them on. Ask for my prices.
M. E. JOHNSON
MAY AND OATS
Rolled Barley, Bran, Shorts
Fourth Street between Oik and State
O. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
$7,500 Ten acres, one mile of
town limits; 8 acres in tree3. some
full bearing, balance mostly 4
and 5 years. Good barn and all
tools; J acre of berries ln-tween
trves. One half down.
$10,000 Ten acres at Summit
station, main road, close to
church, school and store. G acres
tearing and 4 acres 3 and 4 years
old, 3 acres berries between trees.
Good crop of apples this year.
Terms, One Half down.
$150.00 ier acre for 20 acres of
slashed land at Summit; red shot
(kt Our ComjMe Lint.
V.V Y. EDWARDS & CO., Agfa.,
Office Hotel Oregon BIJtf.
W'au (i w In (i w la. out n( the most
delightful summer resorts of tli vnt
li'.v. In situated on tin- edge of the
cliff, on the bank of tin- Columbia
river, t wo iiiIU'm directly west nf the
city. Tlu locality Is an Ideal one for
rest ami recreation, shaded by beau
tiful oak, pine anil fir tree. The
grounds are picturesque, with their
piles of riH'k, shady nooks, little pond
The Hood Klver Mineral Springs
Company placed two crew at work
making Improvement tin their pro
erty on the east side of the river.
where the mineral springs are lo
The large hotel ami resort build
ing that Is ti he erected will he a tire
proof structure, and It is stated l.v
officers of the company that the en-
k -A ,
alive with trout, and the little stream
of 1'helpn t'retk meandering placiilly
thronnh the premise. The mil
tieutu, tilled with hundreds of Indian
and natural curiosities Is, alone
worth the trip out to see, and the
views of the grand old Columbia, the
winding stretch of O-W. It. & N. rail
road to be obtained from the hotel,
the grounds and other scenery are
not excelled for beauty anywhere
along that historic stream. He who
falls to visit this popular resort does
not sec the valley.
It. Itand and son, E. ('. Kami, are
joint owners of this beautiful tract
of land, the hotel, however, lwing
personally owned by the latter.
CLOUD GAP INN
Beginning July 1st and continuing
until September "th. Cloud Cap Inn,
famoua enrumer resort ut snow line
on Mount Hood, will be open for
Dally automobile service be
tween Hood Itlver and the Inn will
afford exceptional opportunity to
make the pleasant journey. The Inn
Is located "!:!" feet up the side of
tire plant will be modern ami one of
the finest In the Northwest.
Particular attention will be given
to the landscape features. A crew of
four surveyors spent a week on the
ground making a complete contour
map of the place lu order that beau
tiful effects In landscape gardening
may be secured.
Tents are being erected In the
beautiful timbered canyon running
through the 40-ncre tract, to accom
modate those who desire to camp
out during the summer.
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, Asto
ria, Oregon, June 20-21, 1911
For the above occasion, the O-W.
It. & N. Co. will sell low round trip
tickets from all points, Including
branches, at Special Low Hound
Tickets will be sold June 1 and l'J,
good for return until June 24. The
splendid Excursion Steamer "T. J.
Potter" has been chartered for this
occasion, and will leave Portland
from "Ash Street Iock at 11 (p. in.,
Junel'.ith, returning from Astoria at
midnight June List.
Delegates are earnestly requested
to make reservations for sleeping ac
commodations, either through local
agents or C. W. stinger, City Ticket
X ' :
CLOUD CAP INN
Mount Hood, and Is annually visited
by many tourists.
The Inn will Is- under the same ef
ficient management as last year
Miss Addison C. Jewell, of Portland,
who will spare no expense to provide
every possible comfort for the quests
this Hummer. The snow line days
are warm and pleasant, the night'
cool and refreshing, and the
air, which Is somewhat drier than
that nearer the Columbia Klver, has
been found esp dally ls-tieficial to
those suffering from pulmonary
troubles. The scenic grandeur Is not
surpassed by any section on the
HEARST WILL START
DAILY jN PORTLAND
William Hatelolph llearxt, pub
lisher if newspapers In live of the
largest American cities, has decided
to establish a dally paper In Port
land and, necordlng to an announce
ment made just prior to leaving for
Europe last wei k, publication will
Is'gln In either Septemls-r or Octols-r.
Blisters on the hands, burns, scalds,
oh) son s, lame back and rhematlom
are all subject to the great healing
and penetrating poworof Ballard's
Snow I.lnlmeiit. It In a marvelous
pain relief. Price 2-V, 5crid f 1 H
per bottle. Sold by Chan. N. Clarke.
Agent, :!rd and Washington Streets,
Port laud. Oregon.
For detailed far from any station,
call on any O-W. It. & N. agent.
Concrete Company Fails
The city of Mrdford Is very anxious
to know the whereabouts of a cer
tain concrete paving company that
has been laying pavements In that
ity a concrete company that Is go
lug about the country claiming to Is
able to lay concrete pavements
cheaper than the standard pave
merits. The rumor that this com
pany has parted from Medford never
to return has been coulirmeil and
none of t he part tiers can be located.
It Is reported that the firm owes In
the neighborhood of $JIMH to local
people for suppllessuch as hardware,
(ment arid gravel.
Notice of Teachers' Examination
Notlcy Is hereby given that the ex
amination of teachers for stale pa
lters will be held In Mood Hlver IiIkIi
school, beginning Wednesday, June
L'l, P.tll, at ! o'clock n. m., and con
tinuing four day.
C. D. Thompson,
County School Superintendent.
Take llerblne for all disturbances
lu the bowels. It purities the bowel
channels, promotes regular move
ments and makes you feel bright,
vigorous and cheerful. Price ."ioc.
Sold ly Chns. X. t'lnrke.
FRANZ CORNER ENDS
A runaw ay team came tearlngdown
Oak street Sunday, pulling a buggy
containing the driver and a man
stationed behind the seat. As usual,
the horses bolted for the Franz Hard
ware Co.'s commodious building,
where they endeavored to plunge
down Into the basement, but skid
ded on the cement walk, only the
pole entering the window. The
buggy was smashed to some extent,
but no Injuries were-received by the
men or horses. It Is said that the
driver showed an unusual state of
coolness. He held to the reins until
the team fell, then jumped upon
them, got a Ixiter hold and mas
tered the situation.
P. M. ISENBERG SUDDENLY
PASSES AWAY IN PORTLAND
(Continued from I'nire 1)
manifest. Always a republican, al
ways an optimist, active and fear
less In politics, he commanded the
respect of all who knew him and won
a state wide reputation as a thor
ough politician Dei-eased was a
member of Can by Post, O. A. I!., of
this city, of which he was command
er several years ago. He took an
active part in its many gatherings
ami was eer ready with a witty
and logical address on the impromp
Mr. Isenb'-rg was the seventh son
of a family of sixteen children, but
two of whom are now living. Mon-
u i.v a letter cam.' addressed to
Mr. Isenberg from his niece In Pemi
s.xlvaula, which was opened by his
daughter. Among other things the
letter stated that "out of the fifty
nine who enlisted from the little
town of Alexander, there are but
ten living." The same day kindly Na
ture reached out her loving arms
and welcomed another old soldier of
the remaining ten home to eternal
rest and glory.
Deceased Is survived by a wife and
ten children, all, with t lie exception
of Mrs. H. M. Saling, of Forest irove,
and Miss Hess I sen 1 erg, of Portland,
residing In Hood Klver, respectively,
Mrs. W. S. Arnold, Will A.. Howard.
Marsh, Walter, Elmer, and Misses
Pearl and Lena Isenberg, There are
also nine grandchildren in this city.
BANKERS IN SESSION
DECLARE CONDITIONS GOOD
Hankers of the state have been In
session In Portland the past week,
and they say never before has bank
ing been In such a satisfactory condi
tion In Oregon. The report of Presi
dent Martin declared there was more
railroad building last year than ever
before nnd prospects for the entire
state were never better. With the
big crops now In sight, a prosperous
year Is certain.
POSTAL SAVINGS PLAN
Postmasters of the state, who
were In con vent Ion a t Portland dur
ing the past week, endorsed the pos
tal savings bank system and urged
its extension throughout Oregon.
Postmasters where these Institu
tions have been tried were earnest
advocates for them elsewhere. Next
June postmasters of Oregon and
Washington will meet In Portland.
QUAKE KILLS 63 " "
Mexico's capital isaclty of sorrow.
Huilillngs ami streets gaily garlied
In preparation for great rejoicing at
the advent of the Liberator Madero,
the city's people are mourning those
w ho died In the chaos last Thursday,
wrought by the most disastrous
earthquake that has been experienced
In Mexico In l!U years.
HOOD RIVER MINERAL
Has opened its subscription books
(or stock in the company. A home
company. A rare opportunity. An
assured success. Temporary office
with the Hood River Realty Co.
C. D.MCKELSLN, Sec'y
Soft Drinks for Family Use
Hood Hlver Sweet Cider, Hires'
Hoot Deer, and Soda Waters of all
llavors can be obtained for family
use at nil the confectionery n ml gro
cery stores at f 1 IN) per dozen, wit li
tin allowance of :.ie per down for the
return of the bottles to the party
from whom purchased. Keep a few
bottles In a cool place during the
warm went her.
Iloon HivMt Ai i i.k VlNt ii All Co.
Hood Hlver, Ore., .., Hill:
Having completed all preliminaries
to complete my authority as execu
tor of the eMate of M irtha Weaver
I'lgb.V, I request all (MTsolis Indebted
to said estate to call on me during
the month of June, pill, and at least
arrange for set I lenient.
Jkmmk W, Hiobv, Executor.
The contractors who have lu hand
the macadamizing of six miles of
Hood Hlver Valley wagon road, are
hauling crushed rock for the road
bed. It Is expected that with next
year's work on the road, the Odell
loop will Is' completed ami a macad
am road extending over "(I miles
will loop the valley, passing through
the most picturesque section of the
ALL WAITING FOR
A Nebraska reporter has the west
ern "hot air artist" going sideways,
as the following story sent from
some point lu Nebraska to the Chi
cago Inter-Ocean Is a good sample:
"Hew Will Tate, who pleached In
t he Congregational church at O'Neal
ten years ago, went west to grow ii
with the country, and settled near
the village of White Salmon, where
he went Into the orchard and fat
cattle business, at which he became
rich. At the Invitation of his friends,
accompanied by $'MMI, he Is now on
his way back to the old home, where,
in anticipation of his visit, L'.'i babies
are waiting to lie christened, and
several of the young people to be
married. The W. C. T. F. ami the
V. M. C. A. buildings are to be dedi
cated by him. Not only this, but the
Heveieml Tate will deposit fi'i.OiH) In
the local bank for the erection of a
WORTHY GATEWAY OPEN
TO GOLDEN WEST
The new Chicago ami Northwes
tern station, covering t weiity acres,
second largest in the world, opened
for service J line .1.
For the Bowels
A Cure for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Liver
and Irregular Bowel Movements.
Constipation it th most comnon disorder of th bowel. Tt
affects both aexca and all agri but la mora prevalent anion
women beoauae their duties In tlie IioubcUoIJ require leas physical
exercise than the occupations tf men; therefore women suffer
most from Its baneful effect. C - '
A constipated person Is an easr victim when exposed to nr
serious diaeaae Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Miliaria, Kheumallmn.
bmall Pox, Yellow Fever and Iirlght's Disease it ither their annual
harvest of death among those who are habitually constlp:tte.i.
i:ven though they escape tbeae diseases, such persons are always
ailliiB more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi
ness, vlrtlgo (blind stafrfrers), sallow complexion, flatulence, los i
f strength; and no energy at all. llerblne has a most admirable
effect in the bowels; It Is coollnff. purifying and regulating. It
ruts a prompt check on biliousness, wind in the bowels, nervous
ness, heartburn, bad breath, low spirits, Urowsluusa la the day
time and nervous wakefulness at Bight.
Price 50c per Bottle.
janes r. uijjuto pfioraicTon sr. uuis, mo.
For Weak Sight or Sera Eyes, sac Steaheaa Ky Salve.
Died The Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Mcl.aln, at their home In
Hood Klver, Thursday, Junes, Kill.
(as In the stomach comes from
food that has fermented, (iet rid of
this liadly digested food as quickly
as possible If you would avoid a bil
ious attack. Ilerliine Is the remedy
you need. It cleanses ami stregthens
the stomach, liver and bowels, and
restores energy ami cheerfulness.
Price .Vie. Sold by ( has. X. Clarke.
Copy for advertisements must
n the otlice by Monday noon.
Packed by the active support of
every railroad operating In the ( til
ted States and Canada. In both a
publicity campaign and In granting
unprecedentedly low rates over their
lln-s, the attendance at the I'orty
Ninth Annual Convention of the Na
tional I'Mucntion Association in San
Francisco, July s 1 1, promises to lie
ven greater t han ,"il,tMHl. t he figures
lived bv Convention league oHiclals.
Advance reservations at the In-
tt Is, even at this early date, have,
according to hotel managers, been
far greater than ever before In lis
Help the baby through tiie teeth
lug period by giving It Met ices' Paby
KIKIr. It Is a healthy, wholesome
remedy, well adapted to a baby's
delicate stomach. It contains no
opium or morphine or Injurious drug
of any kind. Pables thrive under Its
excellent stomach ami bowel correct
lug Inllueiice. rrlee L'.ic and isle per
bottle. Sold by ( has X. Clarke.1
It pays to advertise.
Hakes Home Baking Easy
IN CHICAGO WAYS
Premature summer In Chicago has
found LM.tHMI homeless men, most of
them young men from the country
who have failed to lind a "city job,"
In the cheap lodging houses which
the recent Investigations have shown
to be lirctraps and peiihonses, many
being damp cellars where the "sleep
ing accommodations" are bare
boards between which the water
rises when stepped upon.
Whooping cough Is not dangerous
when the cough Is kept loose and
expectoration easy by giving Cham
ticrlain'sCough Kemcdy. It has been
used In many epidemics of t his dis
ease with perfect success. For salt
by all dealers.
Tho only baking powder
mado front Royal Crapo
Cream of Tartar
NO ALUMsNO LIME PHOSPHATE
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
surface, easily kept bright and clean.
It is offered in delicate tints or rich
colors to harmonize with draperies and
EI. A. FRANZ CO.