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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14, 1911
SUDDEN DEATH OF
HOOD RjVEH BANKER
Julia llOKfirtb Osborne, former
vlee-presldent of tlie Hood River
Ranking & TriiHt Company, died sud
denly at liU home tn llooil River,
Orejcou, on Tuesday, Juno (!. l!tll.
11b had been In falling health for
more than u year, and wan forced to
re tire from liuslii"s life Inst January.
However, hi condition bad lieen
much Improved for the past few
week and It wan thought be would
recover. He pluyed a Kame of ttmnls
with friends tbe day liefore and the
following, morning a recur re nee of a
uervoim breakdown ended In death.
Mr. Osborne wax born In Sioux
City, Iowa. NoveintK-r 10, IsTO, where
he lived most of IiIh lite, and wan well
known and prominent both In leink
Injr and social circles. He win presl
dent of the Riverside Hunt Club In
l!MH5. and for fourteen yearn wan an
ollleer of the Live Stock National
Hank, from which he resigned to
come to Hood Klver. He wad vice
president of the Hood Klver Hanking
Ac Trust Company from Its organlza
Hon In the spring of 1!H)7, until last
January, when he was taken 111.
Mr. OHborne wiih marrleil to Alice
F. Phillips, April 2. 1IMI2, In Terre
Haute, Indiana, and Is survived by
Mth. OHborne and two little daugh
ters, Helen ami Florence. On ac
count of Illness, Mr. Henry l, OH
borne, father of the deceased, and
Mr. F.dward riillllpH, brother of Mrs.
Onborne, were unable to attend the
Funeral services were held at the
home, H21 State street, Thursday af
ternoon nt four o'clock, ICev. F.d
ward A. Harris ollkhitlng.
J. A. KppliiK.Tl. T. HeWltt. W. I,, j
Clark and V. M. Stewart are lishlng
on the Deschutes river thin week.
OF REAL ESTATE
Keal entate transfers In Hood klver
county for the week ending June 10.
11)11, an reported by the Hood Klver
JcHHe Iirookx to 11. J,ee l'nget, -0
acres In I'pper Valley.
I-eda Rcrens Reeves to Hood River
Orchard Iinil Co,, 21 acres In Oak
Hood Klver I.umlicr Co. to W. S.
Chapman, trackage north of Mt.
H. C. foe to S. W. Arnold. lot
2, block "C" Coes 2nd addition, and
KMIxit.'I.o feet west thereof.
K. T. Folta to E. E. Rngg, Sr., 40
acren at Booth's Hill.
Elizabeth E. Chapman to N. W.
Chapman, feet trackage north of
F. K. Itrydle to J. Adrian Kpplng,
10 acreH In Oak (Jrove district.
R. K. Tucker to Edgar M. Holman,
lot 12, block .1. Stranahun addition.
IiewlH A. Tucker to Kozella Clark,
acres at Cascade Locks.
C. A. Heath et al to J. Adrian Hp
ping, SO acres on Eant Side.
Eucy Dlmmlck to G. F. Rurdy. 10
acres near Odell.
Mary E. SlmoriH to Ida T. Iycr,
2.70 acreH went of Tucker's bridge.
Rclieeca M. Lining to (irack 1.
Farrln, 12.7.") acres south of town.
A large liear was killed In the l'p
ier Hood Klver Valley by L. F. Mor
ris, a painter here.
John Zolls has completed the cem
ent walk on the Mouth side of Oak
street went from Third.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY AN
AUTOMOBILE, GET A
The Friction Transmission Automobile
During the past few weeks this car has sur
prised many by the ease wilh which it climbs
Hood River hills. It is known as the
Simplest Car on Earth
every owner being able to make all necessary re
pairs without the aid of a machine shop. It's
simple control (OA'E LEVER) has made it
justly popular with lady drivers.
J There are no noisy gears to strip and because
of this, the cost of maintainance has been re
duced to a minimum.
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If you want a car of high efficiency and low cost
of upkeep just ask for a demonstration and con
IRELAND & SPRAGUE
Hood River Agents
First Class Livery
Transfer and Livery Company
Freight and Baggage Transfer
MOOIJ KIVLR, ORLdON.
The Best 1 0 Acres on
Paradise Farm For Sale
One mile from the Hood River Post Office.
Three year old Commercial Orchard; three
buildings: two inches water; strawberries
and raspberries. An exceptional location
for a country home.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
REQUIRES REPORT ON
Any person, llrm or corporation,
employing lulior, who employs more
than three persons at the same time,
hIiiiII report to the ('omiiilHHloner ot
I.alior Statistics and Inspector of
Factories ant Workshops any and
all uccldcuts happening to any per
Hon In their employment, and said
person, firm or corporation are re
quired to give the name. Hex, age,
and the particular employment of
the person bo Injured, and explain
the nature of the accident and the
date ami place of occurrence of the
Hame. Provided, however, that no
Hiich report need lie made If the per
Hon be not In any way Incapacitated
from Immediate continuance of his du
ties, and the services of a pbyslclin
lie not required. When any (icrsoual
Injury, of which notice Ih required to
lie sent to the Commissioner of Labor
Statistics and Inspector of Factories
and WorkHhopH under this act, re
sults In the deittli of the perwon In
jured, notice In writing of the death
of Htich person Hhall be Heat forth
with to the Commissioner of Labor
StatlntlcH and IiiHpector of Factories
postal savings bank
(Continued from Pare 1)
allowed to depoHlt more than f 100 In
one calendar month nor to have a
total balance to IiIh credit of more
than $."oo exclunlve of accumuated
Intercut. SavlnH certificates can not
lie transferred. In opening an account
a depositor Ih supplied with an en
velope In which he may keep liU cer
tificates. On this envelope Is printed
Information for his guidance, and
also a blank ledger record on which
to keep an account of his deposits
and withdrawals. Postmasters nre
not allowed to receive deposit certifi
cates for safe keeping.
Amounts less than $100 may be
saved for deposit by the purchase of
10 cent postal savings cards and ad
heslve 10 cent postal savings stamps
Kncli postal savings card contains
blank spaces to which postal stamps
may lie attached, and a postal sav
ings card with nine stamps a (fixed
on It will be accepted as a deposit of
$1 .00 either In opening nu account or
In adding to an existing account.
Interest will be allowed on all de-
doslts at the rate of '2 per cent ier
annum, computed on each savings
certificate separately, and payable
annually. No money will be paid on
money which remains on deposit for
a fraction of a year only. Compound
Interest Is not allowed on an out
standing certificate, but a depositor
may withdraw Interest payable and
Include It In a new deposit, which
will bear Interest at the regular rate.
A depositor may at any time with
draw tlie whole or any part of his
deposits, with nny Interest payable,
by presenting his certificates, prop
erly endorsed, for the amount de
sired. In case of the death of a depositor
the amount standing to his credit
will be paid to the executor or ad
ministrator of his estate upon com
pliance with the regular requirements.
In case no formal administration Is
desired by his relatives, the post
master may, If he deem It proper, be
autliorl.ed to pay the amount of the
deposit on application In proper
form to the mtsoii entitled to receive
It without the appointment of an ad
ministrator. A woman who (-pens nn account
nnd afterward marries must present
her savings certificate nt her otlice In
order that the certificate may be In
dorsed as payable to her In her new
name. The postmaster will receive no
further deposits from tine falling to
comply with this requirement. Nor
will he make any partial or interest
payment to her.
A depositor will be allowed to con
vert his deposit certificates Into
I'nlted States registered or coupon
bonds hearing a two and n half per
cent Interest. Savings deposltH con
verted are not counted a part of tlie
maximum of f."00 allowed one de
positor, and there Is no limitation
upon the amount ofavalladle postal
savings bonds which may be acquired
by n depositor. Postal-savings bonds
are exempt fr.im taxes and duties.
"The postal-savings system will
not appeal in the least to people of
the Mood Klver Valley," Postmaster
Win. Yates Is quoted as saying. In nn
Interview concerning the new postal
savings bank for Hood Klver. "as
they are progressive, and nowhere In
this vicinity Is there found nny dispo
sition to hoard money. Those who
have sums exceeding $100 will seek
the savings departments of the Na
tional nnd state banks, w here they
will get a larger Interest than that
paid by the postal banks."
THEIR REGULAR NOMINEE
A. i. Kushllglit, regular KepuHlean
nominee, wns elected mayor of Port
land. Neat Job printing at News olllcc.
Harry Fenstamaker, general agent
of the Continental Life Insurance
Company, of Salt Lake City, I'tnh,
has purchased through the firm of
Dlmmlek & Hadlock, the (ieo. II.
Steluhoff five acre tract for a consid
eration of $S,000. This tract lies just
off the Belmont road on what Is
known an Avalon Way, and Is con
sidered one of the choice tracts of
this size In the valley.
Mr. Fenstamaker will not occupy
the place for two years, but will re
main In Montana during that time,
where he will have charge of the
company's business. Mr. Steluhoff
will care for the place until October
of this year, when he and IiIh family
will make an extended trip to (ial
veston Texas, where they will visit
friends and relatives, after which
they will return to Hood Klver and
make their future home.
APPEARS JOKE IS ON
THE CANDIDATES t
A special to the Portland Journal
says "The ardent politicians who
have been grooming candidates for
postmaster of Hood Klver are
doomed to disappointment. WU
Ham Yates, the present postmaster,
who resigned several months ago
and who It was thought would be
succeeded at once by another ap
pointee, has received notice to lie
present nt a meeting at Astoria In
the near future to study the postal
savings system and has also been no
tified to secure a new bond, which In
dicates that he will be retained In of
fice." SEW PELT TOGETHER
ANDJSE FOR RUG
L'nder the new bounty law It will
not be necessary to cut off both front
feet of the pelt of tbe animal as form
erly. The entire pelt Is to be brought
In and presented to the county clerk,
who will cut a silt extending from
one eye hole to the other. This can
be sewed up afterwards and the pelt
used for rugs or mounting.
ROOSEVELT MAY NOT
SUPPORT TAFT IN 1912
"President Taft, In his cnndldacy
for the Presidential nomination tn
1012, will receive the unqualified en
dorsetneutof ex-Presldeut Theodore'
Roosevelt, which will be uttered just
as cordially as It was prior to the
campaign of I'.his."
Theodore Roosevelt, In his re
sponse to Inquiries ns to the truth of
tlie statement that he had pledged
his support to Taft for renomlnatlou
sent the following telegram to the
"The statement that I have
pledged myself to anyoue for the
nomination Is absolutely false. I
have neither done so nor discussed
doing so. The story Is made out of
Send us your name or phone us
if you are growing
and get on our MAILING LIST
We are already conducting a large correspon-dencej-egarding
the comingacrop,fand will mail
letters occasionally giving out good information
y and making valuable suggestions to growers.
S Eighteen years in the STRAWBERRY
wl business with an enviable record for highest and
8 quickest returns.
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO.
lty a friendly agreement, the four
down town churches holding even
ing services will unite for evening
worship after next Sunday night, the
services to be held 1u the various
churches and t lie ministers exchang
ing pulpits. The following order has
June 1 I'nlted Brethren church,
Rev. V.. A. Harris, preacher.
June -." Christian church,
Rev. J. II. Parsons, preacher.
July '2 Congregatloual church,
Rev. K. McOmher, preacher.
July ! Methodist church.
Rev. T. S. Ilandsnker, preacher.
July 2: Congregational church,
Rev. J. I?. Parsons, preacher.
July in) Methodist church.
Rev. K. A. Harris, preacher.
August i I'nlted Brethren church.
Rev. K. McOmber, preacher.
August Rt Christian church.
Rev. J. It. Parsons, preacher.
Aug. it) I'nlted Brethren church.
Rev. T. S. Ilandsnker, preacher.
August '27 Methodist church,
Rev. V.. McOmber, preacher.
The entertaining pastor will con
duct tlie service and arrange for the
music, and the pastor assigned will
lie responsible for the address.
It Is hoped that great good will
come of these opportunities for fel
Bids f or Wood
Bids for wood for Pine (irove
School will be received by the under
signed as follows:
.'to cords of 4 ft 11 r wood, cut from
live trees and of first class quality fo
tire wood, the same to lie delivered
ami piled in the basement of line
(irove School house, lietwecn July
201 li and Sept. 1st. 1011.
R. II. W.u mi, Dlst. Clerk.
BLOWERS HARDWARE CO.
Spring House Cleaning lime
You have some old Furniture, Stoves and Ranges to trade for NEW
GOODS. Wc ha-Oc the Goods,
FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTINGS, ART SQUARES, fS'I.
RUGS, LINOLEUMS, CHARTER OAK STOVES, RANGES
CAMPING OUTFITS TENTS, CHAIRS, STOVES, tm-Everything that the Camper Needs
GARDEN TOOLS lawn mowers, lawn rakes, picks, shovels, spades, hoes, rakes, garden trowels
WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE EVERYTHING
don't forget the place:
O. P. DABNEY & SONS
4th and State Streets. Phone 248-K
All persons imlelited to us may pay
tlie s-iine to Itutler Ranking Co. w ho
w III receipt for same.
Iloon Rivkh Mu. MM) Co.
One of many stylos wc arc showing this season
J. G. Vogt