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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1911
HAS MESSAGE FOR HOOD RIVER
Hon. Victor lUlurdock
Foe of Graft and Special Privilege in National
Affairs to deliver address at
Heilbronner Hall, Thursday Eve,
Mr. Murdock is first feature of the Internation Ly
ceum Course to appear at Hood River this Winter
NO ONE SHOULD FAIL TO HEAR
llt-nry Tlioinpxnn, hii.vh the White
Salmon Kiiterprixe, linn hail 11 man
w llli ii HlinttMHi Kiiarilln IiIh "Cn.y
NiMik" iripeaty up tlie White Salm
on river nj;aliiHt a party of nurvey
otm fur the North weHtern Kleotrlc
Co., who xhoweil Intention of run
ning a line nrnim the place. The
Hiirveyorw renpected t lit- K'l'iril. On
Monday 'I'hoinpHoii wiih Ht Steven
hoii, where the company liroimht
comlemnatlon procccillnir". hut IiIh
lawyer, Kr.yner St. Itayner, of I'ort
laml, hail them iIIhiiiIhm-iI hccailKc of
an Irregularity In the petition of the
company. So far, Thompson linn
hail little trouble in holding hln laml,
w hich he prolial.ly i-i.uld not lo If
the North weHtern ciiuhl hIiow clearly
that It wantH the water nlten for pub
lic Hcrvice purpoHi'H. ThompHoii hiivk
that ho far there In no evidence that
the company wantH the hIu-m uIoiik
the river for anything hut private
l or Sale- A fine lot of hay In the
Mt. Hood district. Near Mt. Mood
Post Office. Phone, Odcll 38 or
BINGEN MAN GATHERS
SECOND CROP OF BERRIES
After marketing a jfooil crop of
Htrawherrlen In their regular neiinon,
Tom (Juicier, who Iiuh 11 ranch three
mlleH eant of IMnen, hrouuht Into
town on Monday a numlx-r of gal
lon of excellent ripe Htrawln-rrleH
which he had junt gathered from IiIh
plantH. I'rom nil that we could tell,
they looked ax kooiI and tawted an
Kod a thone picked In May, and
here It In tin middle of SeptemU'r.
If they had been a couple of week
later, Tom mlk'ht have Kent them to
the county und Btate falrn. lilnKen
Record Breaking Peaches
, Four KIlH-rta peacheH picked from
the orchard of It. 10. Ilelfer, In the
Itelmout district, each of them
welhin more than a pound, hold
the record for Hood Kiver valley.
One of the lnr;e, well colnred speci
mens of fruit tipped the scales at I
ounces. Mr. Ilelfer states that the
tree on which the fruit was (;ron Is
seven years old. lie has averaged a
net return of $7.."0 from his trees this
year. The peaches, which were on
exhlhttol) In the window of W. I'.
I.nraway's jewelry store, attracted
An East Side Twenty
Five Acres, 4 to 8 year apples
Twelve Acres, yearling apples
Half Acre, 3 year pears
Near Church, School, Station and Store
The Hood River District Land Co.
THE SMITH BLOCK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
DONE WITH A
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
OMct. No. 9 Oak Street
Phontl. 26 tr 2002-1
If CENTRAL MEAT MAIKEtI
V. v.. iuuinu, Proprietor
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish, Oysters f,
ntJTTKU and F.r.r.s
FUKK ,1X1) VUUMVT DKUVKHY
I'hone Main ft Hood Kiver, Oregon r
;GAME WARDEN TO
Hunting or (ImIiIiik upon receipt
furnlHhed ly notnrleM or JuntlceHof
the pence will not lie allowed In the
future, aecorijltiK to InHtructloim re
cently IhhuciI by t lie Htate board of
Huh and game cominlHHlouerH. Dep.
utlen all over the state have been
told to arrettt any hunter or fisher
man who falls to show a regular
lulling or hunting llceuse In his pos
sesion, upon demand. The holder of
a receipt will le treated Id every way
the same at though he hud never
made application for a llceuse.
"The reason for this action, " says
State (Jurne Wardeu FlDley, "Is plain.
Justices of the peace, who have au
thority to collect for licenses, lssue;i
receipt and mall the money to the
county clerk, who, In turn, malls a
license to the notary public or justice,
to be delivered to the applicant,
have failed to do so, pocketing the
money and advising the applicant
that a receipt Is equivalent to a
license. To stop this petty grafting,
the state will Insist that licenses, In
the future, will be recogulzed as the
ouly evidence of a right to hunt or
"We have a fairly complete record
of notaries nnd Justices who have re
tained money belonging to the game
fund," said Warden 1'lnley, "and
they are located all over the state.
These men have actually accepted
money tor licenses and made no re
turns of It, nor have they secured
licenses for those who have made ap
plication. I!y arresting those hold
ing merely receipts for licenses, we
will shortly run down those who
have teen guilty of this fraud."
One on the liditor
Following Is a small boy's essay
on editors, which we clip from an
"I don't know how newspapers
came to be In the world I don't
think iod does, for he hasn't any
thing to say about them and editors
In the Itlble. I think the editor Is
one of them missing links you read
of. He stayed In the bushes until
after the Hood, and then came out
and wrote the thing up, and has
been here ever since. I don't think
he ever dies. I never saw a dead one
and never heard of one getting licked.
If the editor makes a mistake people
say he ought to le hung; but If a
doctor makes any mistakes he buries
them anil folks don't say anything,
because doctors can read and write
Latin. When the editor makes a
mistake there Is a lawsuit and swear
ing and a big fuss; but If a doctor
makes one there Is a funernl, cut
Mowers and perfect silence. A doctor
can use a word a mile long without
anybody knowing what It means;
but If t lie edftor uses one he has to
spell It. If the doctor goes to see an
other man's wife he charges for the
visit; but If the editor goes he gets
a charge of buckshot. When the
doctor gets drunk It Is a case of be
ing overcome by the heat, and If he
dies It's from heart trouble; when an
editor gets drunk It's a plain ense of
too much booze ami when lie dies It's
from a cause too disgraceful to speak
of. Any old college can make a doc
tor; an editor has to be born."
Copy for advertisements must be
in the ollice by Monday noon.
Stomach troubles cured, Ir. Sow-erliv.
14 Oak SI root
Telephone between 7 and 10 p. m.
ALL KINDS OF
Painting and Paperhanging
Phone 28J-M On The Heights
CHAPMAN & CO.'S
ON Tilt HrKiHTS
Wr mak fr delivery to ny part of the
city. All gooils cah on delivery.
First Cln.su Omuls.
Your Trade Solicited.
LOYAL BEREAN CLASS
GIVE STUDENT RECEPTION
About one hundred enjoyed the
hospitality of the Loyal I'.erean
Class at the reception to the High
School faculty and students at the
Christian church last Tuesday even
ing. Mr. io(xlnough, wiio Is to be heard
lu a recital at Hood Klver, played;
Mrs. Campliell gave a reading. "The
Vision of Sir Launfal," ami Miss
Keavls and Dr. Nowerhy sang.
Mr. Cash, nuer1ntendent of the
ISIble School, In a short talk outlin
ing the "Loyal Movement" In class
organization, Invited those not oth
erwise nfllllated to meet with the
Mrs. Schreuder presided at the
"Crystal Well," filling the cup that
cheers, but not Inebriates," and Har
ry Cash, aa "Master of Stunts," cer
tainly kept things moving.
HOOD RIVER GROWS HUGE
CORN AS WELL AS APPLES
C. S. Wheeler, who resides down
the state road a mile and a half ex
hibited an ear of corn In the News
ollice Friday grown on his place,
that measured 11 Inches, The huge
earls of smoke flint variety. Mr.
Wheeler says It was produced In !K)
days and that some of the ears were
still larger than the one brought to
town. The seed was brought to
Hood Klver by Mrs. Wheeler nnd the
yield from It this year would aver
age !0 bushels to the acre.
HOOD RIVER LIGHT PLANT
CONNECTED WITH HUSUM
The Pacific Power & Light Co. Is
rushing Its work In Klickitat county.
Manager John C. Nnylor estimates
the lights will Is? turned on In Cen
terville by October 10. A Wi.UUU volt
emergency wire Is lelng laid across
the Columbia from Hood Klver, con
nected up with The Palles, and will
shortly connect with the Klickitat
plant. It has been promised that
the farmers of the Horseshoe liend
will later on Is? supplied with elec
tricity for power nnd light.
Hnsum Opens Apple Packing School
A school for apple packers was
opened Monday, Sept. Is, at Win.
Hsen's, at Husum, free to those who
sign up and pack for the uulon. To
those who want to learn something
about packing, but who do not care
to go out as puckers, a charge of
$7."0 will be made for a week's tui
tion. The week beginning Sept -.,
a similar school will open at the
union warehouse at Fuderwood.
Six room bungalow, corner 10th and
Cascade avenue, for sale. Choice lot.
See owner on premises.
r -- THE -
WILL SOON BE HERE
The Davidson Fruit Co.
Will Be Prepared to Market
Epples and Pearf
This Season in a way to net the BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS
WE ALSO HAVE FOR SALE
ROBT. T. NEWHALL
Telephone 277-M Hood River, Oregon
MILTON NURSERY CO.
OK RKI.IAKLE TREES
Apple Boxes, Pear Boxes, Fruit Paper,
Etc., at Attractive Prices
I THE DAVIDSON FRUIT COMPANY)
Board and Room by Day or Keek
Meal 25 Centi Home Cooking
J. W. DICKINSON. Prop.
Et Sute Strert. nrar Front. Hood River. Or.
HAY ani OATS
Rolled Barley, Bran, Shorts
Fourth Strtvt Wlwivn Oak ami Stale
Hood River Studio
R. M. DUNHAM
Also Columbia Gramophones and Records
O. B. LVINOCR
Confectionery and Cigars
Cmnmral Linw of Cifr, Tobaccoi.
Candie. A Cfam. Etc.
STATIONERY On the HriH'its
TRY HOODRIVER PACK
Following out their line of n.rnu
nu'iit that the Lantern states enn
compete with Ventern fruit if it In
liamlleil In t he Weetern way the Man
Michuriettn Horticultural Society will
thin week open tt iackik nchool.
The courne will run for nix weeks
ami will be In charge of John 15.
Castner, who left hint week for Bon
ton and expectn to arrive there to
ilay ami open the nchool.
irowern from nil ttie apple row
tni; ilintrictn in the ntate will have
employee present to learn the west
ern method of packing upplea and
the crop will he marketed there thin
year for the lirnt time In boxen. It N
ntated that U'entern methods will
alno be taken up next year In New
York and IVlinnylvaiilil and the
choice frnlt of thene dintrlctn placed
on the market In fancy packages.
We offer One Hundred Hollar Ho
ward for any cane of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall'n Catarrh
Cure. I'. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
We. the undemlijned, have known F. '
.1. Cheney for the hint l.'i yearn nnd
believe him perfectly honorable in all
liunlnenn trannactioun, and financi
ally able to carry out any obliga
tions made b his linn. Wnldlnc
Klnnan Marvin. Wholesale Hriitf
Klntn. Toledo, (. Hall's Catarrh
Cure In taken Internally, nctlmr di
rectly upon the blood ami mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 7.V per bottle. Sold
by all drunuintn. Take Hall's Fam
ily Pflls for constipation. j
Hood Health Bread white, whole'
wheat and graham home made, you j
will like It. Save the coupons. Sold
Oregon Hotel Special Dinners
A special table d'hote dinner will
be nerved at the Hotel Oregon every
Sunday from "c'Mi to 7::0 p. ni. for 7."
cents. An u la carte meal will nlso
be served. Music by the Mandolin
Club. Dine with un.
. We have some very attractive ncre
njje propositions In Paradise farm
for home sites on sub-dlvlslon
schemes. Inside city limits. L. A.
Henderson, with John Inland Hen
derson, Inc. :'.ltf
Soft Drinks for Family Use
Hood Kiver Sweet Cider, Hires'
Root Beer, and Soda Waters of all
flavor can be obtained for fumily
use at all the confectionery and gro
cery stores at $1.00 per dozen, with
an allowance of .UK; per dozen for the
return of the bottles to the party
from whom purchased. Keep a few
bottles In a cool place during the
Hoou Kiver Apple Yinecak Co.
Itheumntlnm cured. lr. Sowerbv.
W. S. GRIBBLE
The Mt. Hood Store
Flour, Feed, Spray Material
Farm Implements is and is Stumping Powder
J. A. LITEL
MT. HOOD, ORE.
Balcksmith and Wagonmaker
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
25 Years Experience
Concrete Building Blocks
Kocmrninil lh Rml. Wo
make tliom in Html Kiver
CALL ON US IOR ESTIMATES
FIRST AUTUMN DISPLAY
of Authoritative New York Stvlcs in
II. C. JOHNSON
Carpenter and Builder
ScconJ and State Sts.
I'hone Shop 245-X; Res. S7-1.
tl. M. UYAN
Teacher of lolin. Mandolin, (iuitar
Phonograph and Musical
SOlllfS MUSIC SIOHf
Fabrics and Fashions of Unusual Importance to Critical Dressers
We have but recently received the first shipments of Benjamin Clothes,
those unique made in New York Garments for .Men and Youm; Mori, und we
take pleasure in announcing the First Autumn Display. These Clothes reach
the topmost notch in quality and distinctiveness. They combine the tailoring
and smartness ordinarily found only in custom tailor garments. Your early
inspection of these cleverly made New York garments is respectfully suested.
S20.00 and Upward
J. G. Vogfcj)