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THE HOOD WVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1911
W. S. GRIBBLE
The Mt. Hood Store
Flour, Peed, Spray Material
Farm Implements :: and :: Stumping Powder
J. A. LITEL
MT. HOOD, ORE.
Balcksmith and Wagonmaker
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
25 Years Experience
f irst Cla.ss Livery
Transfer and Livery Company
Freight and Baggage Transfer
nvi: with h
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
TOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
OIBct. No. Oik Street
r-r - s , s s s s s "
Furniture and Tianos Mo-Vcd
All Kinds of Light and Heavy Work
5 Wood Yard and teed store in Connection
L Office Phone 2V
LI Ucsi.leilLe 2.1.SK
O. A. C. Short Courses
Jcv;lns Jon. 3, Continues Four Weeks
J. M. SCHMELTZER
HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY
"Accuracy" is Our Motto
Office In New lleilbronner liuilding Phone 2J Mood River, Oregon
THE DIRECT LINE EAST
The trains of The North 1'ank Road run through
to Spokane, Hutte, Helena, Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago without change.
None is faster or better appointed. Every mod
ern feature of equipment is supplied.
ranged through to all eastern points. Details will
be furnished on request.
W. I:. COWAN,
(I. P. A I. A., Portland, Ore.
MOOD RIVLR, ORIidON.
Phonet. 28 or 2U02-1
' y "ir'inryv zwvnr
Express and B
TRANSFER CO. 3
i;iry citivn in Oregon is cordially invited to at
tend the short course of fhe Oregon Agricultural
College, beginning Jan. 3. l.leven distinctive
courses w ill he offered in Agriculture, Mechanic
Arts, l.omestic Science and Art, Commerce, for
estry and .Music. I. very course is designed to
III LI the student in his daily work. Make this
a pleasant and profitable winser outing, tso tu
ition. Reasonable accommodations, f or beauti
ful illustrated bulletin, address
II. M. I I.NNA I , Registrar, Corvallis, Ore.
FARMCR S BUSINESS COURSE BY COCIONDtNC t
F. A. BISHOP
With only one change of train, and
that is the same station, Omaha,
Kansas City, St. Louis, Denver and
other central western points are
reached. Tickets and baggage ar
I-. A. lll.Hr.RT,
Agt. S. P. & S., White Salmon, W n.
OREGON APPLE SHOW
TO RIM SPOKANE
Deterinliiatluii of the tunny Impor
ting iletHllx Incident to arrHiigtuj;
for ti "jtrt'iiter apple mIiow" that will
even mirpitMM the untiual exhibition
now held at Spokane, nayn the Ore
Konlan, wan Thurn'lay referred to a
h I it'll a I Huheoimiilttee, the appoint
ment of which was authorized by (1.
F. JohiiHon, preMldent of a upeclal
comtnlttee appointed by the Port
land Commercial Club to arrange for
Hiirli a hIiow, .Mr. Johimon will an
nounce the inemlMTshlp of the com
The Keneral comtnlttee held a meet
In at the Commercial Club Thura
day afternoon. First of the essential
Hiibjects dlricuHsed by the committee
Informally was the scope of the pro
posed exhibition. The question of
finances also was considered briefly,
but all of these details were left for
the solution of the subcommittee and
will not be acted upon finally until
this committee submits Its report to
the full committee.
AmouKthe other questions to be
considered by the subcommittee Is
whether the exhibition that is
planned shall be confined exclusively
to apples or whether It shall em
brace agricultural products gener
ally. The time of the year In which It Is
best to hold the show also remains
to be determined. Some members
of the committee would hold the ex
hibition In the fall. Others favor
mernltiK the show, If possble, with
the Kose Festival, and thereby hold
the display In June.
One thing Is reasonably certain,
and that Is, that the show will be
provlde). Interest among the mem
bers of the committee having the
subject In hand Is Intense, the Impor
tance of the horticultural Industry
to the state and an appreciation of
the great value such a show would
A Basket of Goodness
Well i m
is a basket 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
lient & Garrabranf
All Kind$;ol Soft.Drinks
Oak Street, opposite Smith Block. Hood River,
WE FURNISH FRUIT
PICKERS AND PACKERS
And All Kinds of
NIGUMA & CO.
1 4 Last Oak Street
Hood River, Or.
The W. G. AldredCo.
EXCAVATING AND GRADING
HOOD RIVLR, OREGON
be to the state contributing to that
Present at the meeting of the com
mittee were the following members:
-). F. Johnson, chairman; H. L. Pit
Pletoclc, Itolert Livingston, ('. A.
Malboeuf, A. P. Iiatebam, of M osier,
ami F. W. Power, of Portland, presi
dent and secretary, respectively, of
the Oregon State Horticultural Soci
ety; Carl It. (iray, president of the
Hill roads In Oregon; Julius I. Meier,
H. L. Corbett, A.C.Jackson, C. A.
McCargar, M. A. Mayer and V. J.
County Bills Allowed
Claims against Hood Klver county
during the month of NoveniU-r, lull,
allowed at the December, l'.'ll, ses
sion of the county court:
Flint Bradford, coyote calp $ 1 r0
W K Jones, same 1 50
Mrs Paul Hubbard, care of
Indigent 1 70
J 11 Fredrlcy, Agt, ticket for
Indigent 1 00
U E Nesblt, spotting auto
speeders 3 00
Mt Hood Ity Co, freight on
oil It! 2.
Bushong & Co., pens 1 50
A C Buck, justice fees Is 33
K H Ollnger, constable fees... 13 00
A Wborlow, witness fees jus
tice conrt 1 30
D E Shaw, same 1 30
H Lewis, fees deputy sheriff
and witness Justice court 20 10
E W Blrge, witness fees Jus
tice court 10
Alphonse FIrebaugb, same... 2 10
Corby Alexander, same 2 10
F A Countryman, same 2 30
Will McOulre, same 2 10
Harry H Bailey, Juror circuit
court 21 00
G H Castner, fruit Inspector.. 127 7
Cottage Hospital, care of in
digent 135 00
W 8 Mchol, coroner Juror... 1 00
J H Culbertaon, same 1 00
It W Pratt, same 1 00
J M Wood, same 1 00
F A Cram, same 1 00
K M Stone, same 1 00
Dr M F Shaw, witness cor
oner's Inquest 1 30
Dr Malcolm Bronson, same... 1 30
H L Hlckox, same 1 30
Qeorge Fortune, same 1 30
Frank Itoblusoo, same 1 50
Iewls Adams, same 1 30
II B Langllle, same 1 30
Robert Lewis, same 1 .30
Dr H L Dnmble, coroner's
fees 21 40
Geo W Dlmmlck, work In as
sessor's ottice C 00
J W Dlcklnsou, care of Indi
gent 34 73
Electric Wiring & Supply Co,
road supplies 7 00
V E Forslierg & Co, leather... 1 00
Co, supplies for roads 9 21
L II Hugglns, supplies for In
digent 5 00
Hunt Paper & Wall Paper
Co, painting road signs 25 30
Hood Klver Glacier, printing
and office supplies 50 75
Home Telephone Co, phone
rent 4 25
J F Hendricks, care of Indi
gent 15 00
W E Hanson, stamps and In
cidentals 5 45
Murray Kay, surveying roads ION 30
VY T Eddy, deputy surveyor M) 00
W L Clark, viewing roads 0 60
T A Heavls, same 9 00
Harry Coshow, chalnman IN 75
G H Easterly, same 2 75
G A McCurdy, salary county
commissioner 20 SO
() H Hhoades. same 53 SO
S W Currau, for cashing road
checks 12ti 70
Murray Kay, expenses for
survejlhg crew 22 20
'l'h oh J Johnson, Incidentals
and board of prisoners 37 00
() L Henderson, board of
prisoners is 75
J W Plfer, blanks 2 00
Pacific Power & Light Co.
light 2 90
Pacific Tel & Tel Co. long dls-
' tanee calls 3 45
L Sllllman, Juror cln nit court 4 20
Snow & I'pson, blacksmith
work 10 ss
Stewart Hardware & Fqrnl
t ure Co. supplies for roads
and linoleum for olllce (19 92
Shaw & ltronson, care of In-
rtlgent 19 25
S A Wherry, same 4 50
Wnsco county, teachers' In
stitute 3 S 91
J M Wood, supplies for Indi
gent 10 00
Hubert Vaughnn, Jurur cir
cuit court 3 00
Tom Wlckeus. same 3 00
August Pausrh, same 24 SO
Dane Kemp, labor on roads.. rt 00
W A Luckman, same 12 00
Geo Bagley, same (1 S5
D A Perry, same 34 27
It D Gould, repairing pipe 1 iK)
John Italney, powder and
caps 12 id
Mrs J It Hunt, enre of Indi
gent 15 00
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society,
November allowance 10 00
Geo D CtiltMTtson, Incidentals 2 50
Julius Hahncman, Indigent... N 00
Hood Klver Commercial Club,
WYOMING ELK IN
Through the efforts of State Game
Warden William L. Flnley, on his
recent visit at Washington, D. C,
the government has been persuaded
to donate fifteen elk to the state of
Oregon. These animals will be takeu
from the forest reserves In Wyoming,
crated and transported to Oregon
as soon as the people of this state
provide an adequate pasture for
them. They will become the sole
property of Oregon and serve to per
petuate a race of noble animals that
Is rapidly becoming extinct.
In the northwestern part of the
state there Is a 2500-acre pasture that
has leeu set aside by the national
government for testing the utility of
a coyote-proof fence. It Is said to
have proven effective for that pur
pose, and the forestry service, ac
cording to Warden Floley, Is wllllDg
to give this big park to the state as
an elk reserve. The matter of loca
tion, however, has not been settled,
as this Is a question that will be left
largely to the state at large, as It Is
distinctly a matter of public Interest.
Catarrh Canuot Be Cured
with local applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and In order to cure It you
must take Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is not a quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians
In this country for years, and is a
regular prescription. It Is composed
of the best tonics known, combined
with the best blood purifiers, acting
directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two In
gredients Is what produces such
wonderful results In curing catarrh.
Send for testimonials free. F. J.
Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Make a Gymnasium of Warehouse
To awaken the Interest of the
young people of the Odell district,
the faculty of the Odell school have
secured the big Apple Growers'
I'ulon warehouse therefor the pur
pose of using It during the winter
months as a gymuaslum. The big
hall has been fitted with electric
lights, a heating plant and gymnasi
expenses for apple exhibi
tion 11 70
Portland Bridge & Iron Co,
for building Neal creek
bridge 5422 45
Stanley Smith Lumber Co,
lumber for roads 9 42
Glen Shoemaker, labor on
roads 1 30
Lloyd Bishop, same 1 30
Mat Douglas. Judgmeut of
circuit court 1037 01
Dave Peek, same 113S 79
Is ii ornament iny-
here, but i photo
graph Is mora lifelike
ind true to nature.
We tiki tnera.
How about tbosi
Your friends would
appreciate one of
our lite-like pbotos
of you is I Christ
106 THIRD ST.
Bring Your Horse Here
to be 5 hot! as he should
be. We will shoe him
with 5hoes that fit, that
will correct many a fault
in his gait.
SHIVELY & DRISGOLL
Reached, via the Deschutes Branch
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Go.
Through Car Service Between Portland and Bend
Dally Train Schedule
Lt. Portland 7:50-10:00 A M.
Lt. The Utiles 12:40 P.M.
Lt. Deachutes Jc 1 J0 P.M.
Ar. Madras 6:45 P.M.
Ar. MeUilms 60 P.M.
Ar. Opal City.. 78 P.M.
Ar. Redmond 7:45 P.M.
Ar. Bend 8:40 P.M.
The Direct, Quick and Natural Route to Central Oregon.
Auto and retrular ataa-e connections to La Pine. Fort Rock, Silver Lake,
Prineville, Bums, Klamath Kails and other inland points.
Call on any O.-W. HftN. Agent for any information desired, or address
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
For Lime, Cement and
STRANAHAN & CLARK
4th & State St.
0. P. DABNEY & SONS
FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, STOVES
We buy, sell and exchange everything
in House Furnishings, Campers
Don't forget the placc-Cor. 4th & State
Cdc arc now taking orders for
Stanfey-Smitfi Uluint'cr Co.
Kcc& hvtr. Cmqzt
Red m o nd
Lv. Bend 6:30 A M.
Lt. Redmond 721 A.M.
Lt. Opal C.tr :"0 A.M.
Lt. Metohus H-Xi A.M.
Lt. Madras WJ A M.
Ar. Iwachutea Jc 1:15 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 1:56 P.M.
Ar. Portland 5:45 P.M.
NEW MODEL OLIVER
The old reliable visible type
writer with new printype and
other improvements. The'ma
chine that writes print that is
print and'is always readv for
business. For sale or rent on
A. VV. ONTHANK, Agt.
109 Oak St. Hood River, Ore.
COOKING BY ELECTRICITY
is daily becoming more univer
sal, and many have discarded
the out-of-date coal ranpe and
pas ovens as back numbers.
With this method almost every
degree of heat generated is
used, which means preat econ
omy. It is absolutely free
from dirt of any kind. You
can use two or a dozen heaters
as your needs require. For all
particulars call on