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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7. 1912
Mr. Automobile Owner
Hrlng your Tp p TROUBLES t()
THH TIRE SHOP
We make a specialty of vulcanizing and retreading and our
work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. We will save you
money and troulile. Third and Oak Street, Hood River, Ore.
E ARE now building Apple Racks and have sev
eral completed. You will be in need of one to
haul that bumper crop of apples. Place your order
We maKp a Specialty of
Tightening Wagon tO heels
W. G. SNOW
(Surrrsmir t" SNOW & ITSON)
Phone 62 -K
In the Race for Leadership
"Benjamin" Clothes Always Win'
N the busy marts of trade, in
the social whirl, clothes may
not make the man, but they
are a big help. Appearances
count for a great deal. The best
dressed men of America "Wear
A IJenjamin, "---the clothes of the
This leader wears an Avon
model. A suit which is exceed
ingly popular with the very
J. G. VOGT
Gordon Hats for Men
Davicteon fruit Co.
to now ready to tail? about
Call at office or phone uo
and wc will call on you.
Apple Paper, Boxes,
Davidson fruit Co.
fiood River, Oregon
M Investment not Speculation
You take no chances when you buy your
real estate through us except to win.
Our intimate knowledge of almost every
foot of land in the valley places us in a po
sition to advise you where to find the
N I C H O L.
H Hiimi'iim I'oulil iiiiiiiumrturi an
t'llicli'iit rciiii'tlv fur t tit countfrnct-
lni? n tomato liltjjht lie wouM prob
j alilv Imve (i Miuall fortuuL' lit hlxcoin-
'I'lit-tomato crop of tlif llooil Itlv
'rr valley U practically out of mm
: miIhhIi iii thU Hcanon aniltlilHlri hIho
trut' of many other hcctlonn.
Allle MciMltTHoii, tin' premier ti.ina-
to grower of White Salmon and
I'.lnncn, wax la the city Saturday
ami Htated to a New'n rcpreHentatlve
that uractlcallv IiIh entire crop wan
Injured liy Might thU year. When
nuked If he knew any remedy for the
prevention of the condition lie Htated
t hat there wan nothing that he hud
ever (Uncovered that could lie uxed
an a treatment for till condition
He Htated that the Japanene Karden-
ith on the WiiHhluuton Hide of the
river had a theory that to plant to
matoen w here they would lie In the
nliade a large part of the time would
prevent the Might tint that there
wax nothing to thin theory.
Mr HeiiderHon ha nearly "lO.ooo
plants net out thin year and l,e li
ureH that If he Hecuren 1(1 per cent of
a crop that he will lie doing
in the outlook In lleati'H. If the
plant weie now free from dlrteiiMe he
would lie hIiIiiiiIiiit looO cratt'H per
EARLY BIRD IS
Action will lie taken in a few days
in tlie matter of Heeurlng exhibit
from the Wcnutchec valley for din
play in the varloim land product
hIiowh t hat will lie held on the l'u
cllic count tliln fall, hii.vh the lie public.
Heretofore It ban been rather ililli
cuit to Keen re fruit for exhibition
purpoHcH. 1 hi wax not due to the
fact that the orchnrdUtx were re
luctant In giving It. They were
eager to give, but had not time to
xclect ami liring the Hpeclmeim to
('. A. Ilarriw, chairman of the ex
hibit committee of the Wenatchee
Commercial club, t-ald thin morning
the committee In eonnldering the em
ployment of a man to collect the
"I think that a man nhould be
hlrr-d for nix or eight week to look
after the work of collecting exhibits
In thlH valley.'' he declared thlrt morn
ing. "The grower In willing to give
fruit for advertininit puriioxeH but
hax not the time to look after It, es
pecially In the buxy harvest season.
( trctiardists should lie Induced to
make more Individual displays at
these laud shows.
'1 he fact that free space and cash
prizes will be given to Individual ex
hlliltors tit the Land Products show
in 1'ortlaiid this fall should be a
special Inducement for Wenatchee
growers to make entries there, and
specimen) of our line fruit should be
displaced at all t he exhibitions In the
A piano for a nickel, if you get the
lucky number at Jack Morrison's
shooting gallery on Second street.
A chance with every bullseye. L'.Mf
"'anty I'.wt, O. A R.-Mwtn fit
'-'hall the vnn.l and fourth Satunlaya of th
moinn at i p. m. (,,. I
Y. Wythe, adjutant.
. I'n.well, commander; S.
( rt II..
Nn. lfi-Moet aeconil and fourth
F. of A., meetp every
of P. hall. Viaituur
Wm Klemininir, C.K.;
.satunlayn of each m.inth in K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. nr. Al.liie linker, rei,lent
ryn (.ill. secretary.
1 Kiver. No. 42.
lav evenmir in K
r on-stern alwnyii welcome.
Y. C. HroKiun. V. S.
llx! Kivor 1-n.lire No. ln.i, A. F. ft A. M.
1 1 Meet k Saturday ewninir on or before each full
moon. hm. Slocom, W. M.; I). McDonald, iiecre
lary. T""H Kiver Camp. No. 7702. M. W. A.-Mvl in
I 1 K. of P hall nrat and thinl Wnlnemlay niiihta.
C. S. Jone, V. l'.;f. II. llakin. clerk.
Kivert'anip. No 77(1. W. O. W.-Mivta at
I I K. of P. hall the necond and fourth Wednesday
niifhln of ch month. A .'. Slaton. C. C; Kent
1 I. l Hiver Valley Humane Society - Phone 2.
1 K. H. llartwiK. pirmdt'nl: Harold llerahner.
necri-tary; le!lie Hutler. treaKurer.
T.ll. wil.le IicWe. No. 107. I. O. O. F.-Meet in
1Krii!ernal hall every Thursday eveninK at 7;iN.
at the -oruer of Fourth an.l Oak atreeta. Viaiting
hmthera wrlconi)). A. It. Crump. N. t', ; ti. W
temp llire. No. I. ). o. F.-M.t in
Jthe Odd Fellow hall at (Ktell every Saturday
niirht. V initintr brother cordially welcomed
O. II. Koade. N. ;.: Y. I.. Kelao. secretary.
I nurel lii-N ka IoIko N.i. K7. I. O. I). F. -Moot
--'lirwl anil thtni Monday in each month
foroy. N. ti.; Nettie Walsh, an-n'tury.
Mintain Home "nmp. No. .t4;!. tt. N A
e.Ms at K. of P. hall on the aeeon.l mnA
loiirtn rnuayM or parti month. Mra. Lulu I'ary,
tl.; Mri. F.lla i'akin, recorder. '
( Vet Assembly. No. lift. V. A.-Mi-et in their
v hall the lirst and thinl Wislmwlava. work;
si-i-ond and fourth Wslnes,lay. mrial. C. 1.
lli'tirichs, M. A.; W. H. Austin, mvrvdary.
ni.l.. I V., r.w A n It U7 -
VK. of P. hall the first and thinl 'ln,,L.
niuhtsofthe month. VisitniK brother conlially
,'U'oniiil. Newton Clark. M. W.; Chester
'anconia I .si ire. No. Sll. K. of P - Meet in
' their fustic Hall every Tuesday niirht, when
visi'inir brothers am fraternally welcomed
S. W. Slatk. C.. C.: Ix.il. S. Im nUTii. K. of k!
Vraiiiia Teml-le Pythian Sisters. No. (t - Meets the
' third and fifth Tueislav of each month at K. of
P. hull. Kale I-nsi. ru k, M. K. I',; ti. rtnnle Stark.
M. of K. A C.
ATES IN DEMAND
Fruit ranching will e-igage the ma
jority of t he graduates from the di
vision of horticulture of the Oregon
Agricultural College. I'our are on
the Cold Stream Kstate In Mrltlnh
Columbia, Knight lVarcy of Port
land, Mark . Lafky of Sal.-m, .I jlm
I), (irltlin of Astoria, and I. I.. Palm
er of Central Point fire all foremen of
various lint s of work there, Mr. Palm
er being In charge of the control of
blight. Mr. Pearcy expects; ultimate
ly tt) engage In prune growing In tin
vuiiumette alley. .lay p. t.reen
of Twin Falls, Idaho, has returned
to tuke charge of Ills father's ranch
there, and filover Carrol of Portland
Is managing his father's orchards In
the Kogue Klver Valley. S. II. P,od-
dinghouse of Wlliuette. Ill , Is iu hor
ticulture work In the White Salmon
district, und Hubert A. Cook of On
tario Is In the fruitgrowing business
lu Kastern Oregon. Prank II. pont
on fif Portland haa undertaken gen
eral farming near Sheridan, linnlnii
i. Itrown of Corvallls expects t. go
Ihto the prune and cherry business In
the Willamette Valley, and Vane ;.
(iibson of Jamestown, Iml , will also
engage In horticultural work. Frank
M. dyne of Lot Angeles, Calif., will
be connected with the citrus Indus
try In Southern California, and C.
K. Shtiltz of Corvallls will be In the
same business In ttie San .loaiiuln
Valley, Calif. Paul H. Spllman iseon-
nected with one of the collegedemoi;-
stratlon farms. Sam H. Arbuthnot
of Corvullis remains at thecollege for
RIVER LIBRARY BOOKS
These lists If preserved will afford
a complete catalogue of the new
count v library.
POLITICK AMI COVKIINMKNT
Chllds, Short ballot principles.
Crely, The promise of American life.
Fairlle, National admliilst rat ion of
the I'. S.
Forman, Advanced civics.
ioodnow, Municipal government.
.lames and Sanford, Government In
state and nation.
I.nKossfgnol, State socialism In New
Phelps, Selected artfcles on woman
Koot, The citizen's part In govern
White. The old order changeth.
Woodruff. City government bv com
Abbott, On the training of parents,
lleebc, The home kindergarten.
Itryant, stories to tell the children.
Forbush, The bov problem.
.lohnson, Kd ilea t Ion by plays and
.lohnson, What to do at recess.
Key, The century of the child.
King, Social aspects of education.
Mangold. Child problems.
Merrill, Winning the boy.
Puffer, The boy and his gang.
Tanner, The child.
Washlmrn, Study of child life.
Wayne, Puildlng your buy.
lapp. The court, sles.
l i:..i Mis
tillerber, legends of the middle ages.
I Tl.l lsll COMPOSITION AMI IU l!A I im;
Cnly, Success In letter writing.
Fernald, Knglish synonyms and an
tiinynis. Foster, I'ssentlal- of composition
Palmer, Self culti . itlon In I'nglish.
Kobitts, The llliJi sdi, m Pebate
Thomas. Manual of pebate.
oi nfimi scum p.
Condon, Oregon t ;. nealogy.
Puna, Geological Story P.rlelly Told,
(iibson, Scientific ideas of Today.
Shaler, Men and Ci' Karth.
physics, t iii:ii iY ami iiiinw
(iibson, Flectrlclt.v of Today.
Kennelly, W Irelei-- Telegraphy mi I
Wireless Telphotiv .
Mathews, I'lcN I ' -tk of American
Stevens, Illustrate', (iuide to Flow
A Woman's llcauty
Pepends very pru li upon the ap
pearance of her hair. I am prepared
to make combing up to your order,
and to furnish switch. is, puffs and j
curls made of Rem. me human cut hair
In any shade de-l't'd. The llragg ;
Mercantile Co. wnl be pleased to!
show them and Live prices. Mrs,
Fvu W tiodliurii, plione l'.'l M." !
Are You in the Market for a
LOOK THESE OVER
W) acres in Upper Valley, near
Mt. Hood store, cost to clear not
to exceed 73 per acre. All "nod
apple land. under ditch. No
waste. Price $.7) per acre. Terms
$.''000 cash; balance to suit.
40 acres, 17 acres in 7 year old
Spitz and Newtowns, balance
partially cleared; very fine red
shot soil none steep or rocky.
2T inches free water. 1'rice for
short time only $310.00 per acre.
Terms I cash, balance 5 years.
5 acres close to town on West
side, all in hih class 2 and .'5
year old commercial orchard.
Fair house, good barn, etc. Price
$1230. Terms on part.
10 acres in Belmont district, 9 '
acres in 4 year Spitz and New- j
towns; 1 acre timber reserved for
buildinpr site. On main road.
Price $3300. Terms $1000 cash,
balance to suit.
Hih class central Oregon stock
ranch, value about $13ooo, to ex
change 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 & CO,
Office Hotel Oregon Hhlg.
Phone No. 22SK
If You Are Thinking of Building
the New Residence, See
- :. .1' .;-
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Our Special!' Is Building Designs
Hood River, Oregon
J. P. PATTERSON
TWO DOORS NORTH OF P. 0.
MORTGAGES BOUGHT AND SOLD
Warren Motor Car Company
HAY, GRAIN FLOUR
We make a Specialty
of Handling I:ancv
TIMOTHY and ALFALFA
GARNES FEED STORE
V. A. CARNPS, Proprietor
1102 Twelfth St. The Heights
WITH OLD IIAIvM;5S
A runaway ina ca mmv
than trouble: Serious iniinc
sometimes death, are the aw fa!
results. An old Harness is nften
responsible, but a r.ev I lames
with weak spms in i: is just as
bad. The kind w e s..'.l h.a e
NO WI-AK l0T5
You will .u'et your !:;o:;ey'
worth if vo.i han.i ss '" us.
R. G. YOWELL & CO.
liell lUiildinn - MnoJ kiM-r.Orc.
Hent & Gdrrtthninl
Spaulding's Sperling G:cJs
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
MANY USERS IN HOCO RIVER VALLEY OF ,.,w s.r.,. ...-...- s
Piles! Piles! Piles!
TRY THIS MACHINE
AND IF NOT SATISFIED RETURN
(iuarnntced to euro without drug
PnrnlvsU, khcuni:itNm, ltrl;ht
llxc!c. Liver I rouble. Nervous
ness, lllmitl Poisoning, Hay l ever
L.J. GATES, 2102-K
1 luiiul. in,
K.-t !! tK
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N.'.'ll .-ill. I li'it I j i!
I I'XlTlltfll ,it I In- Nc I
.ri n I i 1 1 'I'll. K -olli.-i'.
Butler Banking Co.
established Nineteen Hundred
Capital One Hundred Thousand Dollars
Safe Deposit Boxes
Leslie Butler, President
Truman Butler, Vice President
C. H. Vaujjhan, Cashier
Upper Valley People
Will now be able to secure strictly
throughout the summer. We
have just installed a capacious
cooler for use in connection with
our meat market.
ICE FOR SA LE
A complete line of goods to meet
all the needs of the Upper Valley.
R. J. Aid sane & Co.
Park dale, Oregon
Special Prices for a short lime on
and Disc Marrows
J Don't buy until you Kwrn our prices.
Wc can interest you if you need anything
m these lines.
Blowers Hardware Co.
Thf Firm that "Mtken Cood"