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About The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1911)
Not Uolnfl Torltoinies Had Bcco IVfladle
by outsiders investigating in Portland property did the old "WISER AMMERS" realize they had been flirting with opportunity. Hood River Valley had the same
experience -ask any old-timer. Today the same thing is happening at
M OSIER VIEW ORCHARDS
We can deliver to you a five year old, strictly commercial orchard, first class in every respect, at the net cost to you of less than you could possibly produce the
same orchard if the raw land was GIVEN YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE. If you doubt the above statement, get wise,
Investigate our orchard and our proposition as others ha-Vc done and you tviU be convinced
THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14. 1911
HOOD RIVER ORCHARD LAND COMPANY, OWNERS
REAL ESTATE SECTION
For Sale-If you are looking for
a home in the beautiful Hood
River Vallev I can sell you 5. 10
or 15 acres, partly set to young
Newtown apple trees li miles
from High School; li miles from
Hood River city limits, west side.
If you want to get a home in the
Willamette valley, 17 miles south
west of Portland, in the Tualitin
valley, in a pood vicinity, I can
sell you 5, 10, 15 or 20 acres, un
improved, brush and timber,
good land. If you want to work
for a home, come and see me or
write. J. T. Nealeigh, R. I). 2,
Hood River. Or. 24-28
For sale-Lot 50x100 feet, in
Hamilton's addition with fairly
good house and well of water,
good garden and fence, several
fruit trees, i mile from station.
Price $300, $150 down, balance
on easy terms. Address II. Davi
son, Underwood, Wash. 24-25p.
or Sale - Orchard land in Valley.
"Phone W.I). Hooton or write
"red Holsteen. Rurlington, Iowa.
liunnnnta for rush ! Work for
mirr-hnsp nrire: monev advanced
for powder and trees; use of
tools without expj?nse. 20-tfc
Notice to Apple Tree Planters -Nealeigh
Bros. Square Deal
Nurserv Co. I. C. Nealeigh,
Sholls, Washington County. Or.,
and J. T. Nealeigh, Hood River,
Or. We are going to have for
sale for the spring planting of
1912 some Newtowns. Spitzen
burgs, Arkansas Blacks, Winter
Bananas and some of other
choice varieties; also Clark's
seedling strawberry plants. We
would be glad to receive any
communication from you in re
gard to same. Yours truly,
Nealeigh Bros. 21-28
0AK D A LEG RE EN HOUSES -We
have a fine stock of 2 year
roses, our own growing many of
the newer varieties, at $3.50 to
$5.00 per dozen. Shrubs, vines
and ornamental trees; a nice lot
of Catalpa and popular G to 10
high. Hardy Perrenial plants.
Will have all kinds of bedding
planls in season. Cut (lowers
and Florial designs a specialty.
Potted plants at Franze hardware.
Our prices are reasonable.
The Pioneer Florists. Fletcher
& Fletcher. Phone 1!)72-M, Hood
Kiver, Oregon, tfc
Wanted -Men and women to
start business in their own
homes; splendid profit; very
small expense. Send 2c stamp
for particulars. Address Hoad
ley & Co., 418 East 12th St.
North, Portland.jDre 21-24c
Wanted -A reliable woman to
cook for family of eleven on
ranch during summer. Wages
$40 a month. Apply J. E. Slade,
Husum, Wash. 23-24c.
W anted -Help at apple thinning
experienced help prefered.
Phone JJrjer, l.)7-M. 23-2 1c
LOST AND FOUND
Lost Automobile numbcr"flt("
on Sunday, June 4. between
town and Tucker's bridge. Kind
ly return to New Office. 23-24c
LIVE STOCK AND FOWLS
Tor sale Light team black mares
I weight 1900; ride or drive; fast
on the road and well broken to
orchard work. Also black mare,
weight 850; rides only; a good
looker with plenty of style, life
and speed; well broken but not a
childs horse. Will show any of
above in town or at ranch 3 miles
from town, main road. East side.
E.L. McClain, phone 201K. 23-tfc
Bee Supplies It will pay you to
see or write me, if you want
anything in the line of bee sup
plies. Satisfaction guaranteed,
and you have the benefit of my
experience. Cash discount for
early orders. W. W. Dakin, 1205
7th street, Hood Kiver. Or. 12-tfc
For Sale -One 8-year old horse,
weighs about 1000; rides, or
drives single or double. Price
$00. Address C. L. Trout, (East
side) Hood Kiver Ore. 21-24p
For sale A few nice Jersey-Du-rocpigs,
price $4.50 each, phone
255L, Hood Kiver, or address E.
W. Creighton a t White Sal
For Sale Two cows; one will be
fresh about the 10th of June;
other about Sept. 10. J. T. Neal
eigh, K.I). 2, Phone 218-K. 23-24c
Brown mare for sale. Good life
and ierfectly sound. Part
Hambletonian. Price $150. For
particulars phone 277M. 24-25c.
Wanted-Jersey milch cow. Ap
ply A. Cox, Koute No. 3, or
phone 28x1. 24-25cJ
For Sale-Kiding ony. E. L.
McClain, K. F. 1). 1, phone
201 K. 20-tfc
For sale Donkey engine and
1500 feet of main line, 3000 feet
of trip line, all necessary blocks
and equipment for immediate
use. Quick sale $850. Inquire
of Joseph F. Thompson, Park
dale Oregon. 21c
'or sale - One 2 J inch wagon, one
ilelivorv cart, one one-horse de
livery wagon, one two-horse de-iv-prv
rkr nn heavv double har
ness, and one pair bobsleds. Call
at Central Meat Market, P. C.
or sale A .s-passenger run
about: 22 horsepower, fully
equipped with top, wind shield,
lamp etc. Inquire of 1S52-K. 23-tf
For sale - Koad cart and single
harness. A bargain. Enquire
at Deitz Photo Studio, phone
For Sale First class pine wood
for sale, dry, 1G inch, summer
I , f Ill OOI f
delivery, inquire i nunc o-i iu.
For Sale A willow go-cart in
good condition. Telephone
Corrugated iron f rom old fashion
stable, for sale. See C. A.
For Sale-Oil meal at White
C.t your Serpen nl Ihe
EKONOMICK SKREEN K 0.
You coll 3
I take the measure- make the PfWM
ami put thorn on. Auk for my pricea.
11. C. JOHNSON
DEVLIN & riREBAUGH
llanted To trade our saddle and
If driving mare, 1,000 pounds,
with buggy and harness, for
farm horse same weight. Arm
strong, Paradise Farm. Tele
phone 179-L. 23-21c
llanted Auto; will trade stock
II in a Hood Kiver industry for
an auto. Stock pays good divi
dends. Box G58, Hood Kiver. 23tf
ror hire A horse at $l.oU per
fweek on condition that it is re
turned in the same condition as
when hired. Phone 325-K. 23-24c
oan Agency Loans offered,
. $500, $700. Loans wanted,
00. $000. $1000, $1200, $1500,
! 52000, $2500. Apply to A. W.
Onthank, 305 Oak street, tfc
I the agency for the Brush auto
mobile, the every man's car. Of
fice 1213B St. J.F.Volstarff. 23-tfc
llanted 10,000 Guaranteed
TT Clark Seedling, from one year
old plants to plant in the fall
Apply A. Cox, Koute rsu. 3, or
phone 28x1. 24-25c.
Hill Atwati-r wiim In Portland fur
tin Row IVntlviil.
Clmrlt'H I.. Wlnt'lcr retunicil Sun
day from Portland.
Mm. H. K. Wright vUlted Tort
land tvIatlvcH lant wtvk.
Prof. I.. I I It'iidcMon vIMted
frlcndu In Portland limt wtvk,
Janit'H V.. Montgomery was In
Portlnnd on IuihIiichm lant week.
MIhh Minn ( rayton. of Rimli villi-,
Ind., 1h the unt'Ht of Mr. R. P. Orr.
Porn, to Mr. and Mm. IlnrlHk'li
(ilaHH, a iilrl, Saturday, June W, lull.
Kt'Ktiliir Sunday xonrclon to Park
dale. Plcaxant trip for ymirwlf and
!eo. M. Wlnlinrt linn lieen ap
pointed Jiintleeol the Peace at Raid
win precinct In place of (iconic- R.
Plmmlck, who renlnned.
Married At the Cotitfrenatlonal
parxoiwiKc, SHtnrday moridtiK. June
10th, 1D11. Jowph Pried, of Multno
mah county, and Minn Nellie ltell, of
Rev. P.. A. HarrlH, Mr. and Mm.
t'lian. CaHtner, the MIhwm Maude
Howard and llattle I'.rtiini ulwt are
rtprewntln) the Riverside Connrena
ttonal church at Portland this wtrk.
J. II. Predrlcy, ji non t . Informs the
News of the change In time of train
No. N to H:'J7 Instead of ti:!'!); ami train
No. 1 to :t:0.". Instead of :t:L'.". Take
notice and govern yourselves nc-
Mrs. W. h. Clark's niece, Vernon
Policy, who has been visiting her
this spring, li"" returned to her home
at Poise, Idaho. She was accom
panied by Newton Clark, Jr., who
will nn'iid the summer at ltolse.
There Is no horse liniment more
effective for nntmal Itesh than Itul
lard's Snow l.lulment, nor Is there
any healing remedy for the human
hotly, only, that Is milder or more
t'lllcaclous In Its action. It heals the
sores or wounds of man and lieast.
Price '.'., Mc and fl in per Lot tie.
Sold !)' ('has, N. Clarke.,
Miss Helen Orr Is visiting friends
at The Dalles.
Charles Hall transacted business
In Portland during the week.
Try a Sunday at Parkdale Park.
Special rates on Mount Hood Rail
road. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Matt ley, of Ore
gon City, spent Sunday with Rev.
and Mrs. T. S. Handsuker.
Miss Phoele Glllam returned Sun
day from a visit In Portland with
her brother, I). P. Glllam, and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rone spent a
few days at the Rose Festlvul, and
Mm. Pone remained In Portland to
J. M, Boyd, the popular nnd enter
prising citizen and postmaster of
Carson, Wash., was a Hood River
The Commercial Club did not hold
a meeting Monduy eight on account
of lack of attendance required to
make a quorum.
The county commissioners will
meet hereafter on the first Wednes
day In the month, Instead of on Mon
day, as heretofore.
T. E. Marren, circulating manager
for the Catholic Sentinel, was look
ing after that Journal's Interests In
Hood River Monday.
A large real estate transaction
was the sole of the Watt and Jordan
tract of 40 acres to Clayton V.
Hooker, of Minneapolis. Mr. Hooker
will take possession next month.
Mrs. Bessie Henry, accompanied
by Miss Kmlly R. Park, arrived Mon
day from Colorado Springs, Colo.,
and will spend the summer ut Mrs.
Henry's fine farm In Willow Flat.
Rev. J. R. Hargreaves spent Sun
day morning at Mosler, where a fed
eration of the Baptist and Methodist
congregations was effected. This
movement Is one of pronounced In
Mrs. Sam G. C'ampltell left Satur
day over the Soo-Canadlau for St.
Paul, Minn., where she will visit for
some time, as well as at Crookston,
Minn., ami Fargo nnd Grand Forks,
N. I)., to be gone about six weeks In
The Franz Hurdw&rePo. made an
unusual merchandlw sale last week.
It was a $4."t) cash transaction and
consisted of the transfer to one par
ty of ten tents, sixty axes, sixty mat
tocks, thirty shovels and other nils.
cellaneous Items. Thefeatures of the
deal are that the order was a large
one and the storehad the goods with
which to (111 It.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Boyce were
called to McMInnvllle last week be
cause of the sudden death of Mrs.
Royce's father, J. B. Grimes, who
died of henrt failure at the age of (t!
years on theeveulngof June (ith. lu
addltloti to Mrs. Boyce the deceased
leaves his wife and two other daugh
ters, who reside at the family home
The Steamer Tahoma will run an
excursion from Hood River nnd
White Salmon to Carson Valley Sun
day, June Is. See the beautiful, fer
tile ami unexplolted Carson Valley.
I'hls Is a good opportunity to look
over a valley that cannot In excelled
In fruit growing. Visit the famous
Shlperd and St. Martin Hot Springs
resorts. Boat leaves dock at ! a. in.
Returning, leaves at ." p. in., arriving
at 0 p. in. Boat landing liclow depot.
Bring the family and a picnic lunch,
or eat at hotels or care, i-nrooc,
ONE CENT POSTAGETO
COME UP NEXT SESSION
W. Burrows, president of the Na
tional One Cent Postage Association,
announced recently that President
Tuft and Postmaster General Hitch
cock hail assured til in that the ques
tion of one cent postage would Im
presented at the next session of con
gress. The tight for higher magazine
postage would 1h renewed then, he
Mn in Arctic Watara.
In northern waters millions of flsh
re ground Into nothing by the inovluff
UittHsea of tee.
Hotel Oregon Building, HOOD RIVER
VALLEY SCENERY TO
BE PUHN CANVAS
Hood River Valley Is fortunate In
having another noted landscape ar
tist come among us for a few months
for the purpose of putting on can
vas some of the magnificent views
and picturesque spots of our fur
famed valley. Mr. Kdward Hill, of
Boaton, arrived u few days ngo and
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fording
at Plnehurst on the Heights. Mr.
Hill Is a brother of the noted San
Frunclsco artist, Thomas J. Hill,
whose well known painting "Driving
of the Last Spike" brought an offer
of fifty thousaud dollars from Ice
land Stanford, ami the other di
rectors of the Union Pueific, at that
time. This painting may now be
seen in the Ferry Building at Sun
Francisco. Mr. Hill Is delighted
with our Valley and especially with
our fumous Mountain, which domi
nates it In truth as well as In Dame,
and which, be says, is the most mag
nificent and sublime of all the moun
tains he has seen in Kurope and
America. The artist has pulnted
many of the glories of the Swiss Alps,
the beautiful Canals of Venice, and
the ever charming landscape of
France and Kngland, but he says the
painting of Mt. Hood will lie the
crowning glory of his life-work.
This agreement made this 13th day
of June A. D. 1911, lietween the Hood
River Heights Baseball Club and the
Hood River league Base Ball Club,
both of Hood River, Oregon.
Witnkksktii; That the said par
ties hereby covenant and agree as
To play a series of five baseball
games on the following dates, to
wit: June lMh. July I'ud, July 10th,
July l':!rd, July :K)th, A. D. lull. The
gate receipts at suld game to be di
vided us follows: Twenty percent
of the gross receipts to be paid to
the owners of the grounds; expenses
for advertising, umpires, baseballs,
then to be deducted; the balance to
be divided between the teams, sixty
per cent to the wluucrs and fort' per
cent to the losers.
The men to be played are as fol
lows, excepting In cases of accidents,
when substitutes will Ik employed.
All players and substitutes to lie
Hood River men excepting lis speci
fied in this contract, (I.e. Lake lielng
a Portland man. )
The Hood River Heights team to
be as follows: Hall, Hart, Mooney,
R. Samuels, Carson, Koontz. Smith,
Bucklln, Bud Samuels, Jesse Dunn,
The Hood River league team to
Ik ns follows: Large, Grey, Geas-llng,-
Tate, Waldle, Kent. Moore,
Myers, Lake, Baker, Castner.
The umpires to In Smith and
Tin: Hook Rivi r Hkioiits Baskhai.1.
I'l l ii, By G. P. Christie, Manager.
Tin-: Hoon Rivku Lkaoik B. B.
( l.t h. By Jerry Brown, Manager.
Witness: A. C. Buck, C. C, Dunn.
. . .
Miss reach I hate rubbers. They
draw mv feet so bndly. Her Escort
Soeh pretty models too. Exchange. ,
16.50 In icrc Dotan
is enough to secure PARTLY CLEAREP AFPLE LAND in CEJVTF-AL VALE
Balance on Easy Terms. These lands are under the ditch of the East Fork Irri
gatitgng Co. and a permanent water right goes with all land. The property of the
CENTRAL ORCHARD CO. is in the
HEAKT OF THE HOOT) fiIVEP VALLEY-
right among the best producing orchards. Five tiair old twain CFS'THAti YALF.
airratjrd 1J txurx Lint full. Nearly one quarter of the acreage has Urn sold during
the last five weeks.
It is ail good and alt
Call or telephone and arrange for an auto trip to Ortley and
become a booster for the best orchard property in the state of
Panby Poet. G. A. R.-MneU at th K. at P.
''hall the aecond and fourth Saturdays of the
mon in at l p. m. uoo. i. Crowell. commander; S.
F. Blythe. adjutant.
Panby W. R. C. No. 16- Meet aecond and fourth
Saturdayi of each month in K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. Mrs. Abbie Baker, president; Mrs. Kath
ryn Gill, secretary.
""curt Hood River. No. 42. F. of A., meets every
'-'Thursday evening- in K. of P. hall. Visiting
Foresters always welcome. Wm. Flamming. C.R.;
F. C. Brosiua, F. S.
TJood River Lodge. No. 106. A. F. A A. M. -iJ,Meets
Saturday evening on or before each full
moon. Geo. Slocom, W. M.; D. McDonald, secre
tary. TJood River Camp, No. 7702. M. W. A.-Meeta in
AiK. of P. hall first and third Wednesday nights.
C. S. Jones, V. C; C. U. Dakin. clerk.
Hood River Camp, No. 770, W. O. W -Meets at
K. of P. hall the second and fourth Wednesday
nighta of each month. W. . Shay. C. C; Floyd
T-Iood River Valley Humane Society Phona 186.
iAE. H. Hartwig. president; Harold Hershner.
secretary; Leslie Butler, treasurer.
Tdlewilde Lodge. No. 107. L O. O. F Meets in
Fraternal hall every Thursday evening at 7:00,
at the corner of Fourth and Oak streets. Visiting
brothers welcomed. A. R. Crump. N. G.: G. W
emp Lodge. No. 18L L O. O. F. - Meets In
the Odd Fellows hall at Odell every Saturday
night. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed.
0. H. Roadea. N. G.; F. L. Kelso, secretary.
T aurel Rebeka Lodge No. 87. L O. O. F.-Meets
J-'tirst and third Mondays in each month. Flora
Sbhmeltxer, N. G.; Lilion Smith, secretary.
Af ount Hood Lodge, No. 206. L O. O. F., meets
A'Aevery Saturday evening in Cribble's hall.
Mt. Hood. M.W. Shearer, N.G.; G. W. Dimmick.
Mountain Home Camp. No. S469, R. N. A.-
1, xMeetji at K. of P. hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. A. Crump.
O.; Mrs. Ella Dakin. recorder.
Oleta Assembly. No. 106. U. A. -Meets in their
hall the first and third Wednesdays, work;
second and fourth Wednesdays, social. C. D.
Henrietta. M. A.; W. H. Austin, secretary.
f)regon Grape Rebekah Lodge No. 181. I. O. O. V.
v- Meets every second and fourth Wednesdays
in each month in Gnbble's hall. Mt. Hood. Or.
Mrs. Mammie Dimmick. N. G.; Mrs. Nettie
Riverside Lodge, No. 63. A. O. V. W.-Meets in
K. of P. hall the first and third Wednesday
nights of the month. Visiting brothers cordially
welcomed. Newton Clark. M. W.; Chester
aucoma Lodge. No. 30, K. of P. Meets In
their Castle Hall every Tuesday night, when
visiting brothers are fraternally welcomed.
Arthur Clarke. C. C: Lou. S. Isenberg. K. of R.
'auna Temple Pythian Sinters. No, 6 Meets the
first and third Tuesday of each month at K. nf
P. hall. Bell Do boon. M. E. C: Gertrude Stark.
M. of R. A C.
OVER 68 YEARS'
An yon finding a nketfh and dciiPtton may
(julckly Mcertain our opinion fr whether ao
tDTentton la probably patentable. Cntnmunlcav
ttonaatrtcttjr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent
tent free. Old eat agency for .ecu ring patent.
Patent taken throuith Mann A Ox recelra
ipts-iai nolle, without charge). In the
A bandtomely lllnatrated weekly.
f .arrest Hr
Term a. 13 a
cu latum ct anr aoien title lournaJ
yar: r.-ur montoe l bo.4 by all newadalera.
MUNN & Co.36,B" New York
Hranch ufnoe. eH t 8U Wasbtnaloo. D. U
I rTjtll LAM
Kooci RiDer View Company
Landscape, Group and
a Post Cord Vi( Bring
the qual'ty of work done at this
shop is much above the average.
Owners and drivers of all classes
of horses can be sure of getting
them well shod heie..
has been made our special stud .
and we make and fit shoes thai
give perfect satisfaction.
I A Rnalne Plrwtory of earh City,
Town and Village la Orrvn ana
WafthingtoB, divine; a liewrrtptlve
HktMch of each plare, Loral to,
hhlpplna; Farillttea and a IamI
fird IHiwtitrr of each Buiaaa
R. L. POT K CO., lac
Fine Red Shot Soil Hood River
Apple Land in the Famous
Oak Grove District
Ten miles out In tha southwest part of the Hood
Hirer Valley, Hood Kiver. Orecon.
The tract is partly improved
with 5 acres in young com
mercial orchard, has fairly
good house, barns, etc., and
a fine spring well which is
capable of being developed
sufficiently to irrigate 40 or
more acres. This tract is
in the best apple section in
the valley composed of all red
shot soil. The surrounding
country is being rapidly de
veloped and growing into big
FRANK E. FORSBERG, Owner
Hood River, Oregon
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