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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912
DUFUR FRUIT 'SOUTHERN FRUIT
CROP FIXED ARRIVES OVERRIPE
Tin' I'ufiir ulli'V I'mlt lirowi-rn'
I nl 'ii lii'lil ii lurt. lv at ti-mli .1 intvt
Inn Sul url.i. . Mt wlil cli t i - nr-riinp'iiii-ntM
wi-ic iiimli' fur p.-'H-ur-Ink'
I'li'kiTH. Hlorlnt: tin- fruit an. i tli'
mliiT puittiTH tnt'l.li nt.'il In tin- :'.'
rr hninllliiit nf tli-it.ii. Tin' mi!. hi
iirruitfi'1! t'i Iimvi- tin- innnplili't mi
tin pr. ipiT i-nrr, kirailtnu. rti' , i'f t !"
I r..i. w lilrli U Iwiu-.l I'V tin- North
wi'nt I'mlt i imwem' Ai-xix latlon, clU
trllmtril titiionK "'I tin' int'inlicrM.
I'.vit.v iiii prVHi'iit at the nitt'tliiK
ri-i'i.rl.'.l the iiutKiuk lirlnht f..r a
ri'i-nr.l crop, buttiae to iiialit.v ami
ijiiniitit.v. I'ouDty I'mlt Inspector
Carroll of M outer who hax Ihvii there
fur the pant few ilavs lnnpet tlnt: the
nn-linnl tiny that they nre lnnUmr
Small Boy Ascends hood.
Morxe Itiililell li.il.ln the honor of
iM'tngthe tiiimlWt hoy to tnnke the
I'liiuli to the Hiininilt of Mt. llo.nl.
The hoy I only nine yearn of aye
nml I the Hon of Attorney II. II.
KMtlell of rortlantl. Me npeiit the
time with lit father In the entnp of
the Minimum nml It In Htnteil that
In the cltmli of the mountain the tail
wan In the le ail a jjooil part of the
There are some very desirable office
rooms for rent in the Heilbronner
Building at from $10 to $15 a month.
Hu Hhlpineiit of ovfrripe, mi
Hoiiinl ami unnalalile eantaloiipix
rrarhel 1'ortlan.l nveiitly. TluTe
were m earloaiN In the nlilnii'iit.
line ear wan nolil to pi il.Hern at '''
I'i'iiln a erate. e arly III t hf morning,
ami the other live were mill on haml
awalllnc (linponal or rouileiiination.
Ke piitahle fruit ilealern refuneil to
have anything to ilo with the nhlp
aient ami were anxloiinto have the
l.- alth authorltlen prohiMt itn nale,
m the m.irketliin of Mii h fruit hurtn
tl:e nale of muni ntoek.
T.Vlx cam i-ame from the Im
perial alley ami were the lant of the
neano.l from that neetlon. The Tur
lin k ill- trU t han lit mm to nhip eanta
loupen to thin market, ami an they
are of U" ! iiiiallty. they reaillly m il
at whoIeMile at $'.' ."' a erate.
STEAL TRAIN RIDE
An the Spok.- ne I Iyer pnlleil Into
liooil IMver Friil.i.v IinorniiiK' n l''l
.lay anil a ehii-ken were ilineovereil
Hteallntf u rlile on Hie pilot. Th - two
lilnln hail Urn riumlit In the frame
work of the ei.w l ati her In their at
tempt to eronn the track In front of
the Harriuian tl.ver. The two feath
ery hohon were permit tetl to holil
their Mrthn an the train pnlleil out
of homl Klver.
Prices Subject to Change Without Notice
The Union being a co-operative associa
tion of growers, its individual members get
the benefit of quantity prices on supplies,
and the marketing of their fruit at mini
Don't Delay Ordering
LTi a ve Yoo
Actlitf mi ailvlce of IMntrlet At
torney Wllnon, County Clerk Alible
of Wanco county, will not call a
npcclal election to ileclile whether
County .1 inljje Lake ami Cominln-
nlonem Stoulitoli am Hooper nhall
Heaten in their attempt to rent rain
the county court from liullillnn a
I ." i . i m x i courthoune, opponentn of
the new ntructure tiled petltloiin Sat
nr. lay with Clerk Alible, (leuinmlln
that he call a npeclal electlou mo that
votern of tlie county lutht dechle
whether tliejinlge and comiulnnloii
t rn nhall lie retained In office. The
county court at tlrnt decided to en
join the clerk from ordering the elec
However, the clerk doubted If he
had power to call the election under
the prenut state law and appealed
t. Wllnon for an opinion. The tlln-
ti let attorney today tiled a written
ilcclnion that the recall provlnlon ot
thentate conntitutlon In not opera
tlveatthe prenent time liecuune the
legislature han never provided for
meeting expennen of nuch an election.
Wllnon conteudn that Angle han no
authority to hold a npeclal election
linnet! upon petition tiled by the
courthoune opponentn and the coun
ty clerk han accepted the opinion
and delinltely decided not to order
the balloting. The courthoune op
ponentn threaten mamlainun pro
ceeillngw to compel Angle lo go
ahead with their plan.
VALUE OF BIRDS AS
The farmern ami fruit growern of
thin country are liming over $1.1KM),.
ihmi.immI a year by reanon of the rav
agen of lnnectn.
Here are a few Items In thin npal
llng expenne account:
rhe.'cotton growern of Texan are
lonlng 4(1 to "i0 million dollars a year
by reanon of the ravagen of the boll
weevil; and all becaune the quail anil
the prairie chicken, the natural ene
mien of that bug, have been pructlc
aily exterminated In that great nta,te.
The wheat growern of the L'utted
State are lonlng over one hundred
million tlollarn a year by reanon of
tl.e ravagen of the chinch bug.
Why? llecaune the (juall, the natu
ral enemy of that bug, han been al
The farmern of the Middle and
Kanteru ntaten are paying out l.'i
million tlollarn a year for parln green
to put on their potato vlnen, Why?
I! -caune the quail, the natural enemy
of that bug han been killed off.
ICach of the great apple producing
nlaten In paying one to three million
ilollarn a year for npruylng apple
I reen, to keep down thecodllng moth.
h,? Hecaune the woodpeckern, the
napnuckern, the roblun, the bluejayn,
the lilileblnln, the orloleH, the tana
gem and other blnln that formerly
preyed on that Inneet have been kill
Ami every man. woman and child
whoeatn an apple helpn to pay for
There are nearly "(X) npeclen of In
H"cln that Injure apple treen or ap
plen, and nearly an large a number
that attack pear tretn, peach treen,
plum trecn uml cherry treen.
The Cost of Cruelty.
According to a recent ntatetnent
by Ir. William K. Caillcotte, the
Colorado ntate nuperlntemleiit of
moral and humane education, the
I' a I ted Sta ten lonen annually, through
cruelty to dumb beantn, $J,(XH),(HH).UtH).
lie declaren that nuch cruelty not
only cu linen thin Immenne economic
lonrt to t he country, but In alno one
of t he chief caunen of crime.
"1'iilenn children learn to feel for
the niifleriug of anltnaln, we may be
nil re that they wilt never lead help
ful, upright liven when they become
older. They tiitlnt be nenxl tlzed to
Hin'fering, and the bent way to aniline
the bent In them In to appeal to them
to aid atiiuialn which cannot aid
theinnelven. When every child han
learned to be thoughtful of thene
frieiidn we will no longer need prlnonn
and linen, for there will be no crlm
Inaln." Iir. Caillcotte goen on to nay that
we lone, annually, Sl'IMI.IMHI.tHMI from
mint rea I nielit of cattle, the name
amount for not caring for hornen,
l.Vi.tHHi.iKHi from giving dairy cown
iiunaiiltary iiarlem and poor food,
ami mmi.ihKI,(mki becaune of the lie
ntruellon of blnln. If proper treat
ment were accorded thene creaturen,
heelaimn, the font of living would
be reduced - per cent and we would
alno be able to prevent "M per cent of
t he illneanen w hli h ravage the conn-
When you feel
voiis, tirr.l, worried or ri-sprn'l'nt it ii s
.nr- s,ii you ne. l MOTTS NERVER1NE
PILLS. 1 buy renp the normal vigor and
make lift worth living lie urn ind aik for
Mott's Nervcrine Pills KMiSS
, WILLIAMS MFC. CO., Prop., CUt.U OU
I I or Sale by Carl A. Math, Druggint
Paint Your Own
you can do it yourself and at little expense.
It's easy to give it a beautiful, hard, brilliant,
varnish-gloss finish in black or rich appropriate
CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal's)
is made especially to give to buggies, carriages
and vehicles of all kinds, a tough, durable, glossy
finish that will look well and wear well. An
ideal finish for settees, flower stands, porch furni
ture, garden tools and all surfaces
that must withstand exposure and
hard usage. Ready to brush on
and the label tells how.
E. A. FRA NZ CO
IN APPLE MARKET
New coming from California
would Indicate a better market for
the early quality applen of Oregon
than had been expected. Ordem are
lielng received by California nhlppem
for heavy nupplleti of Oravenntelnn.
Australia In the buyer and nhlpmentn
In that direction are nald to be the
heavlent on record for thin period.
While only liravenntelim are being
taken by the nouthern common
wealth at thin time, there are In
quiries from there for other varletlen.
The better nhtpplng quality of the
(iravennteln In really the reanon why
practically all the nalen have been In
Very little gootl tpiallty applen are
arriving from northwent points at
thin time, in fact, even California In
not nhlpplng any real gootl ntuff In
thin direction, owing to the excited
condition of the AtiHtralhui trade.
Crop pronpectn throughout the
northwent are very good. Delayed
report n now coming forward Indi
cate that while Home of the dlntrlc tn
will not have an great a crop an ex
pected, the total output will be the
heavlent on record.
J. C. John
Where the Best
Values Come From
.22 REPEATED .
Tbii Irmintftoi Cnb his
turte ol beaut) loo I in
Sure Safe Shooting for Man or Boy
And a Simple Rifle to Care For
The Remington-UMC .22 Repeater is rifled, sighted and
tested (or accuracy by expert gunsmiths. It shoots as you hold.
The simple, improved safety device on every Remington
UMC .22 repeater never fails to work. Accidental discharge
The Remington-UMC .22 Repeater is easily cared for.
In taking down, your fingers are your only tools. The breech
block, firing pin and extractor, come out in one piece permitting
the barrel to be cleaned from the breech.
The action handles .22 short, .22 long or .22 long rifle cart
ridges any or all at the same time without adjustment
Rmmintton-UMC th. perfect .hooting combination
Rrmint'ton Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
2ff) Broadway 4 New Yort Oty
You'd Like Running Water
throughout your house and grounds, would you not? And
not being in close proximity to the city water mains, you're
wondering how to get it? Well that's easy, for a
will furnish at all times, an ample supply
of hot or cold water for your house, your
lawn and your stable if desired.
The Leader System h of unequalcd effi
ciency and economy in operation, and
guaranteed to give complete satisfaction.
Ask your dealer to tell you all about the
Leader System or write to us for booklet,
How I Solved the Water
rn ir 1
ftpplc Laijd & Orchard Conjpaijy
Office No. 9 Oak Si. Phone 2 6 or 2002-K
The Quality Storc
THE STAR GROCERY
"GOOD THINGS TO EAT"
Perigo & Son
HOOD RIVER POULTRY YARDS
J. K. MUtLUN, Proprietor
Hrseder ol S. C. W. L.ghorm. W. P. Rocks
and S. C. Rho.t lil.no Red!.
Indian Runner Ducks
llrpnlpr. and younir attick for Mil. Or
iUtm UKktl now. I'oultry yardH I'-j mile,
w.wt of city at h run k ton. I'honr X;h2-X.
fi acres in Apples and
Pears; house and barn; on
two county roads. Abun
dance of good water with
place; 1 mile from town.
Would consider trade in city property
H. M. PRINDLE, :: P. 0. Box 357
Opposite the Post Office
Hume Phone 20
Garden Hose I
and Wagon Work
Farm Implements and
Logging tools repaired.
Plow work a specialty.
JTwo doors east of Fasliion
lood River. Ore. Phone 227-X
Wire Wound Continuous Stave
WOOD STAV13 IPl
KI-LLY BROS., Agents
4th St. llet. Oak and State
I'hone 227-M Hiwd River. Ore.
The Trim Looking Team
shown in the picture, are evi
dently jrood roadsters. In order
to keep them so, no pains
should he spared to keep them
carefully shod. As
we know the importance of
keeping them carefidly shod.
Let us do your horseshoeing
work. You wont regret it.
SHIVELY & DRISCOLL