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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS,' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. 1912
HOOD RIVER-UNDERWOOD FERRY
Leaves Hood River on the tialf hours In the morning- and
even hours lu the afternoon.
Leaves Underwood on the even hours in the morning and
on the half hours in the afternoon.
Leave Hood River-
1:30 p. m.
Croasinsr at night and special trips by appointment.
This schedule will continue during the high water season.
Connections with all North Bank trains leaving Underwood.
West Bound Hast Bound-
No. 56:56 a. m. No. 81 1:17 a. m.
No. 72:30 p. m. No. 6 8:28 p. m.
There will be a launch leave every Sunday and Wednes
day at 8:00 p. m. for an evening trip on the Hit? Columbia.
Take advantage of this while the water is high. Fare 50c
for the trip.
Prompt and careful attention given to passengers, autos
This is the natural route from Hood River to Husum,
Trout Lake and Camas Prairie. Take advantage of it while
the water is high.
CAPT. O. 13. TUKIHKR,
Mr. Automobile Owner
"ri"g yur TIRE TROUBLES to
THE TIRE SHOP
We make a specialty of vulcanizing and retreading and our
work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. We will save you
money and trouble. 413 Oak Street, Hood River, Ore.
Twenty years ago we made our first ship
ment of Hood River Strawberries and have
shipped them every season since. During
all this time our returns to the growers
have been highly satisfactory. We passed
the experimental stage long ago, and are
now giving berry growers the benefit of our
mature experience. Highest market returns
assured by shipping with us.
DO YOU WANT THE MONEY? Let ds know
Electro Powdered Arsenate of Lead
Black Leaf 40, Etc.
Davidson fruit Co.
W. S. GRIBBLE
The Mt. Hood Store
Flour, Feed, Spray Material
Farm Implements : : and : : Stumping Powde'
J. A. LITEL
MT. HOOD, ORE.
Blacksmith and Wagonmaker
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
25 Years Experience
LIVE NEWS FROM
Four lt-H and two tall In t lie
double portion of anatomy pOHWHm'd
by a ehU'ken hatched on the ranch of
CliarlcH Wiley, of Tumulo. The chick
In living (trnl doing well, and U n
Kreut curloHlty walking on Its four
Itorden, the Imliy elephant with
the Sella-Kioto Dhow, died ut 1'eudle
ton the hint of the week, of pneu
monia. The clrcuH him leeu having
hard luck nluce leaving I'ortlaud.
More than IM horneh were burned to
death while the clrcim was ttelng
moved from The Dalles to Pendleton.
Culling attention to the fact that
HUlllcIeot tntereHt 1h not being taken
In Hchool elections. State Superin
tendent of I'd t.llc- InMrnctlon Alder
man has IsHued a letter to patrons of
the schools of the state, urging them
to be present at the elections to be
held Monday lu the districts In which
McuilM-r of an organization culled
the Taxpayers' leagiie, ubr.ut -0 all
told, met nt iMifur and considered
attempting to call a special election
for the recall of County Judge A. K.
Lake and Commissioners C. II.
Stougliton and II. C. Itooper. The
Taxpayers' iA-aguc Is opposed to the
erection of a new court house.
The r.orah-.lones three years'
homestead bill became a law a
couple of days ago, at which time It
was signed by l'resldent Taft In the
presence of u delegation of Western
Six persons were struck by light
ning ut Klamath Falls lu a storm
wtilcti preceded the most severe
downpour of hall ever recorded In
Klamath County. None of those
struck will die, It Is thought, al
though one, a baby In arms, Is In a
critical condition. Three lnchen of
hall fell lu less than half an hour.
CANADIAN AND ENGLISH
FRUIT PROSPECTS GOOD
The fruit crop report of the Cana
dian department of agriculture, Just
Issued, shows that, on the whole,
apples nre doing remarkably well.
Little bud and twig killing have
been reported and the prospects are
favorable for a good crop.
The report Is confined almost ex
clusively to conditions under which
the trees and plantations have
come through the winter, deter
mined partly by the summer and
autuuin conditions of lull, and part
ly bv the winter and spring weather
of the present year.
Fruit prospects all over Great Brit
ain and Ireland are, on the whole,
favorable. The winter was not se
vere. Spring opened up warm and
growth was good. .No unusual In
festations of Insect pests or fungous
discuses are reported, and It can lie
said that there are no discouraging
BUMPER CROPS WILL
P. u in per crops and prevailing good
prlcen ure exjiected to put the farm,
era of the Pacific Northwest lu hth
good humor this Fall tiud, through
hltu, the three states are expected to
prosper as never liefore. livery Indi
cation Is for big yields In all the
staple products and for some, prices
will lie very high.
The biggest wheat crop ever har
vested Is predicted for Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho and It Is thought
the yield will reuch 70.0W.0w bi-hels,
worth !oL."i0,X)0. O&ta are expected
to add 1S,C75,0(W to this new
wealth and bay the neat sum of
$:iTv'300,OW. The wool crop Is esti
mated to be worth $.8W,(MMl, and
hops $4m0,0W. This Is a total In
come for the producers of the three
state of almost $1j0,000,0w. If the
manufactured products were added
to the wealth of the soil, It Is prob
able the total would fall not far be
low $.".W,0W,W0 tor the year.
In addition to this gigantic sum
will be the proceeds from the fruit
crop, which will be the largest lu the
history of the Northwest.
CONVICTS NEAR SALEM
LAY FINE MACADAM ROAD
Work on the Salem end of the I'a
cllic Highway, which, when com
pleted, will connect the state capltul
with Portland by a line macadam
road, has lieen progressing satis
factorily this spring, under the per
sonal supervision of George Itogers,
memlicr of the state highway com
mission appointed by Governor
West. Several miles of road, begin
ning nt the edge of Salem, have been
"This work has been done by con
victs," said Governor West. "We
made arrangements for securing a
rock crusher aud, under supervision
of Mr. Rogers, convicts have put
down as fine macadam road as can
be found anywhere. We are ready
to proceed just as fast as districts
provide for the expense."
The highway Is on the east side of
the river and will be part of the pro
posed loop from Portland to Salem,
the Pacific Highway Is-lng on the
east side of the capital road on the
Kcai sidle liiincllii
, S. His-
SCHOOL ELECTION WILL
BE HELD NEXT MONDAY
The annual election of school di
rectors will lie held next Monday.
June 17. There will be an open elec
tion this year Instead ol it a meet
ing us In former years. Polls will be
open at the Park street schoolhouse
fro .ii two until tdx o'clock In the af
ternoon, so that all may have an
opportunity to vote. Two directors
will be elected, one to fill the expired
term of Mrs. F. II. Hut ton and an
other to fill the vacancy left by the
resignation of C. II. Vnughan.
Lime and Spray Kelly Bros,, phone
Notice of Teachers' Examination
Notice Is hereby given that the
county school superintendent of
Hood Liver county will hold the reg
ular examination for applicants for
state pnfiers at the High School
building In Hood Klver as follows:
Commencing Wednesday, June l!
1!M'J, at ! o'clock a. m. and
lag until until Saturday,
l!l- at 4 o'clock p. m :
Wednesday Forenoon 1'
tory, Physiology, Writing.
Wednesday Afternoon P h y s Ic a I
Geography, Heading. Composition,
Methods In Leading. Methods In
History of Lducatlon.
Methods In Geography.
Thursday Afternoon Grammar,
Geography, American Literature,
Physics, Methods In Language, The
sis for Primary Certificate,
Friday Forenoon Theory and
Practice, Orthography, I'ngllsh Lit
erature. Friday Afternoon Sehool Law,
Botany, Algebra, Civil Government.
Saturday Forenoon Geometry,
Saturday Afternoon General His
C. I. Thompson,
L'.'l .4 County Superintendent.
The News tells It all.
Are You in the Market for a
LOOK THESE OVER
100 acres in Upper Valley, near
Mt. Hood store, cost to clear not
to exceed $75 per acre. All good
apple land, ii under ditch. No
waste. Price $50 per acre. Terms
$3000 cash ; balance to suit.
40 acres. 17 acres in 7 vear old
Spitz and Newtowns, balance '
partially cleared; very fine red i
shot soil-oone steep or rocky.
25 inches free water. Price for!
short time only $200.00 per acre. J
Terms 4 cash, balance 5 years, i
5 acres close to town on West
side, all in hitch class 2 and 3.
year old commercial orchard, i
Fair house, pood barn, etc. Price
$4250. Terms on part.
1 A n,,,. : T..ii. ,1 n
XJ III UCllllOIl I U IB 11 ILL, f jt
acres in 4 year fepitz and New
towns; 1 acre timber reserved for
buildinpr site. On main road.
Price $5500. Terms $1000. cash,
balance to suit.
Hiph class central Orepon stock
ranch, value about $15000, to ex
chanpe for Hood River valley
property. This is not junk and
is not plastered with a heavy
Of All Kinds Written In Stand
ard Companies Only
G. Y. EDWARDS & GO,
Office Hotel Oregon BIJg.
Phone No. 2&K
WITH OLD HARNESS
A runaway may cause more
than trouble: Serious injuries and
sometimes death are the awful
results. An old Harness is often
responsible, but a new Harness
with weak spots in it is just as
bad. The kind we sell have
NO WEAK 'SPOTS
You will pet your money's
worth if vou buy harness of us.
R. G. YOWELL & CO.
Hood River. Ore.
This beautiful spring weather suggests
Rubber Hose j
We have a very complete stock and the poods and
prices are RIGHT. We invite inspection of our
stock and comparison of prices.
Blowers Hardware Co.
The Firm that "Makes Good"
Beginning this week and continuing
until about July 1 5th, the Steamer
TEAL will dock at Underwood
Ferry Landing, opposite railroad
Steamer TEAL arrives from Port
land and waylandings Sunday, Tues
day and Thursday; leaves for Port
land and waylandings Monday, Wed
nesday and r riday.
For further information and rates
S. PAGE, Agent
When you feel '
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sure siw vou n. .-! MOTT'S NERVER1NE
PILLS. Thev renew the normal vi$or and
make life worth living Vc iur and sk for
Mott's Nerverine Pills Z;7rl
WILUAMS MFG. CO.. Propi . Cler.Liid. Ohio
lor Sale by Carl A. Plath, Orudis!
Kent & Garrabranl
Confectionery, Cigars j
Fishing Tackle j
Spaulding's Sporting Goods j
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Strct. nioiitf Smith HUwk. Howl Kivor J
Piles! Piles! Piles!
William' Tn.ll.ui l.lt :titnn-iit "ill i ur .
tilliiil. 11li'plitiK ami ll I i UK fif It ab
rt9 the tumor. nll.ts iiili" .it in.-
not n a ii iltiro. :i-s iTitiiut r !:t f.
William' Tm.Iliu I'ilo iMittrn'M I pr-. i
par.-. I for I'll ii nil I'. lilt of rtt pnv.ito
tvirt PreiriMHl. Inail 'in. I I: i
WILLIAMS MF0. CO., Props.. CleHnil, OhK
l or Sale by Carl A. Math, DrugM
'I'll" Now fur m m !! Int
If You Are Thinking1 of Building:
the New Residence, See
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Our Specially Is Building Designs
Hood River, Oregon
Butler Banking Co
Established Nineteen Hundred
Capital One Hundred Thousand Dollars
Safe Deposit Boxes
Leslie Butler, President
Truman Butler, Vice President
C. H. Vaughan, Cashier
The Apple Growers Union
wishes to announce that it has made
extensive plans for handling this
season's crop. In order that we
may give our growers the best of
service, which will mean satisfactory
returns, we would Jike you to send
us an estimate of your crop at once.
Spraying Materials paper
Hood River Apple Growers Union
( TAWBERRY R0WERS
uot a word t0 remind you
that the Straw
berry Season is close at hand and that
you are soon going to need a supply of
Pickers' and Packers' Tickets
We are prepared to fill your order
promptly and reasonably. Hy plac
ing it now you will insure PROMPT
Vlacc your Order TOVAy
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