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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1913
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WHY BOYS AND GIRLS GO WRONG
Pine Grove, April 21. 1913.
Editor News: Much is being written
In our newspapers and periodicals re
garding the Boetal evil and it is sure
ly time for the people to wake up on
this most important subject.
There are probably as many rea
sons why the boys go wrong as there
are why the girls do. In the estima
tion of the writer one should receive
as much attention and protection as
the other. It is a poor rule that does
not equally apply in both cases. If
boys were treated differently there
would be better girls and vice versa.
There is a great work to perform in
the world. Every society ought to
spend a good share of its time work
ing on problems to Bave the men and
women of t future. All can do
good in this direction.
The first to think about is helping
to prevent evils from getting a strong
hold. The home, the church and the
school should be alert to every oppor
tunity in this trying age. Upon these
quarters the most dependence is plac
ed but many failures occur here,
where we may naturally expect so
much help, omission of duties, not
commission of wrongs, being the lead
ing cause. It is much easier to keep
evil out than to get it out when once
firmly established. If fathers and
.mothers, teachers and officers of the
law would do their duty better there
would not be so much to fear.
When, in our cities especially.young
people are allowed to run the streets
at night, go to places of amusement,
dance halls, card parties and banquets
where beer and wine form the princi
pal beverages, where cigarettes fig
ure conspicuously as a part of the
PASMORE TRIO IS
A musical attraction which is said
to be of exceptional merit is coming
to Hood River tomorrow (Thursday)
when the Pasmore Trio will appear at
the opra house in the final number
on the IT. n. ladies' lyceum course.
An appreciation of the trio is copied
The Pasmore Trio is composed of
American girls, and is America's fin
est trio. The critics of Europe have
placed it in the foremost rank of the
world's greatest chamber-music organ
izations. The violinist of the trio is
a pupil of the great French virtuso,
Emile Sauret; the pianist received
" ; her training under the guidance of
menu, where will be found low jests Xaver Scharwenka; the vlolincellist
and laughter it is not surprising our pursued her studies with Anton Hek-
boys and girs are so imperfect. king, while the trio has done much
Blessed are the children who are ensemble work under the last named
brought up on the farm until the master.
critical age of their lives have passed, ' Eor 12 years, without interruption
and who are taught to love the farm, 'and without change in the personnel
where intoxicants are never allowed of their organization, the Pastuores
in the home, where from the first they have studied and played together,
are taught "otal abstinence as one of These years of constant association
the strongest safeguards in after have resulted in ensemble which is
years; where pure literature and good as nearly perfect as it is possible for
associates are theirs to enjoy, where ensemble playing to be. Because of
they are taught responsibility and this, the Pasmore Trio measurer head
courage, generosity and justice. Then and shoulders above any similar or-
when they do leave the home nest ganization in this country.
they will be better prepared to fight
against the wrongs of society.
Finally, if more attention is given
to good characters and firm principles
we will have better boys and girls and
the future will take care of itself.
JULIA A. HUNT.
FEDERATION IS COMMENDED
United Churches of Mosier and Odell
Much Pleased with the Result
Next Sunday morning at the Uni
tarian church. Mr. MacDonald will try I attained under the new regime,
to answer some of the questions peo- delegation from Mosier included Dr.
Federated churches of Mosier and
Odell met Sunday afternoon and ev
ening at Odell and congratulated each
other upon the success that has been
pie are asking about the authenticity
of the records of Jesus' life. The
theme will be "The Synoptic Gospels"
How were they written? Are they in-
Robinson, Mr. Ross, the banker. Dr.
Johnson and Mr. Husbands. Dr. John
son is a missionary to Korea and gave
an interesting talk on that work.
fallible? At the evening service at Several persons gave short talks and
6.30 the musical program will be of
the same high order as during the
last two months. Edward Hill will
give a reading. All are invited to
True-to-Name Nursery has opened
an office in town on corner opposite
from Oregon Hotel and samples of
trees can be seen in tree yard adjoin
ing office. Mr. Galligan will be at the
office Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
all were favorably impressed with the
work of the federated churches. Les
lie Butler also spoke briefly commend
ing the movement and wishing it suc
cess. The three churches now includ
ed in the federation are the Immanuel
church of this city, the Union church
at Odell and the Federated church at
Mosier. The federation has been ef
fected under the guidance of Rev. J.
R. Hargreaves of this city.
Read the News. It tells it all.
Paint Kitchen Floors
Don't Scrub Them
Avoid the backache and sore knees caused
by scrubbing bare floors. Painted floors are easy
to keep bright and clean, are attractive and
gives a hard, durable, sanitary finish for floors,
steps or any inside surface to be walked on,
easy to keep clean and hard to wear
out. You can apply it yourself.
It dries in a short time. Offered
in appropriate and attractive shades..
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Forrest and
their three children returned to Port
land Monday after spending some
time here on their ranch.
Mr. Barthaldl was in Hood River
shopping last week.
Several of the young folks from
here crossed the river Friday even
ing to attend th, St. Mark's Guild
There was a meeting of the Union
Chapel Association at the home of
Mrs. P. I. Packard April 12.
C.E. Dixon has returned to Under
wood after spending the winter in
After spending a few days with his
parents, E. J. Cummins returned to
Portland Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs Morrow of Portland
were here spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Packard.
The five acres which Harry Cum
mins had cleared recently are now
ready for the trees.
Mrs. S. F. Stickney entertained the
Heights Music Study Club Thursday
evening at her home and a very en
joyable time was had.
C. S. Brooks and daughter, Miss
Rachel, made a trip to Portland the
early part of the week.
The members of the Woman's Club
were entertained by Mrs. H. A. Hus-
sey last week.
Mrs O. D. Treiber left for Portland
the beginning of the week.
Mrs. E. J. Cummins is looking for
ward to the arrival of her sister, Miss
Bernice Smead, who left Sioux City,
Iowa, April 14, expecting to spend
some time here visiting with Mrs. E.
J. Cummins and Mrs. E. M. Cummins.
A surprise party wag given Mrs.
Beats last week the occassion being
her wedding anniversary.
Miss L. Packard, sister of Mr. P. I.
Packard, will visit here during the
The eight acres of Mr. Evans are
now ready for planting.
A number of the young folks were
entertained by Mrs. H. M. Laurie at
her home recently
Herman Friedrick was called to
Portland last week by the death of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rine returned
with their baby daughter.
Great satisfaction is being express
ed here on the near completion of the
new high water dock.
George Hewett and family moved
back on their ranch this week.
Miss Freda Friedrick of Portland
spent a few days with her mother
Mr. Knapp expects to clean up 15
acres of his place this spring. ,
The seven acres belonging to Mr.
Ariss of Portland is being staked out
ready for the planting of the trees.
H. W. Hamlin is erecting a new
water tank to hold 3,000 gallons.
I GRUBBING TOOLS of All Kinds on Hand I
We have not let the grass grow under our feet dur
ing the winter months, but have been engaged in
manufacturing a complete line of Grubbing and Land
Clearing Implements. You can find here whatever
you may need in this line and of the best, most sub
WAGON PARTS REPLACED -If you have a broken
shaft, pole or any other part of your wagon, don't
throw it away. Bring it here and we will make it
as good as new for half the price.
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J BABY CHICKS
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S. C. White Leghorns W. P. Rocka
S. C. Rhode Island Reds and
Indian Runner Ducks
W. G. SNOW
POWER BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOP
Phone 2611 .... Ihlrd Street. North of Cascade Ave
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Screen Doors : Screens
Furniture : Doors
ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK
ARC YOU PARTICULAR?
That's why our Chicks and Ducklings
are In such demand.
They Live! They Growl They Pay!
HOOD RIVER POULTRY YARDS
J. B. NICKELSER. Proprietor
See Poultry Tirds at Fraoktoo. Pbooe 5929
What Do You Want
We Will Hake It
! Hood River Planing Mill
Phone 3454 9th and Cascade
i We have a
5 Complete Line of Fresh
No Old Goods on our Shelves
Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc.
X We Invite your inspection
eCite grocery Store JPtnKJsE,v
I FREE DELIVERY: East 9:30 a.m., 3:30 p. m.;
T West 8 a. m., 10 a. m., 4 p. m
UPPER VALLEY NOTICE
List your places for special attention with
WARD IRELAND CORNELL
Upper Valley Real Estate .'. Insurance
Improved and Unimproved OrchardJLand
Hood River Connection Phone
t GUY Y. EDWARDS & CO. 337-Odell
U. C. M. Ranch. Parkdale
Upper Mood River trailer. Ore.
(from the Enterprise)
Mrs. M. Redllnger and daughter,
Miss Grace, have arrived home af
ter spending the winter in Illinois.
B. C. Hamilton has purchased the
George Harter farm ' of 100 acres
near Troutlake, paying $5000 for the
Alva Stockton, the ball player, who
developed a strong pitching arm at
White Salmon, has signed with Hood
River for the season.
E. E. lU'ntly, who came from La
Crosse some months ago and pur
chased the H. W. Day place up the
valley, has plans drawn for the erec
tion of the finest and most complete
home In the valley.
If the proper spirit necessary for
the success of a public movement
counts for anything. White Salmon Is
due this year for the grandest Fourth
of July celebration in the history of
Klickitat county. To some it may ap
pear rather early In the season to
plan for a demonstration in honor of
our nation s birthday, but the time
will roll around before we know It.
At a combination meeting of the
White Salmon Fruit Growers' Union
and the Underwood Union to consider
fhe matter of amalgamation, the fol
lowing were appointed a committee
to confer with Hood River on the
matter of joining them: Messrs. Cash,
Kuhne, McKercher of Underwood Un
ion, and Messrs. Peck, Conger and
Maclnnes of White Salmon Union.
NOTICE TO FRUIT GROWERS
The law provides that all prunlngs
and cuttings are required to be burn
ed. It follows:
It shall hereafter be unlawful for
any person, firm or corporation own
ing or operating any nursery, fruit
orchard of any kind, hopyards, flower
gardens, or ornamental tree to throw
any cuttings or pruninps from any
fruit trees, nursery stock, ornamental
trees, or hop vines into any public
road, highway, lane, field, or other In
closure, or Into any water course of
any kind; but shall destroy such cut
tings or prunlngs with fire within
thirty days from the time ouch cut
tings or prunlngs are made.
18 l!)c County Fruit Inspector.
'AVING purchased the entire interest of E.
Bray ford in the Rockford Store about three
months aero, we are now in a position
to serve you with all the highest class Groceries at
reasonable prices. We invite your patronage and
will serve you to the best of our ability.
C.IVK US A l'HIAI,
MERCER & CO.
F. B. SNYDER
B. B. POWELL
Hood River Plumbing company
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED CASCADE AVENUE
j Aoo, NURSERY STOCK
In Standard Varieties to offer for the
Season 1912-13. Also some Select
C. D. THOMPSON
Phone 5808 R. R. No. 2 Hood.River, Ore.
White River Flour
Made from Oregon's Finest
Wheat by Oregon's
Now at Your Grocer's
J. C. Johnsen
Where the Best
Values Come From
HAY AND OAXS
Rolled Barley. Bran, Shorts
Fourth Street between Oak and Stat
TRANSFER & LIVERY
Hood River's Medical In
stitution. Open to the
public for the treatment
of Medical and Surgical
cases. Rates on applica
COTTAGE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
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