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HOOD BITES QLACIEBTflUESDAT, MAT 24, 1906
Ilev. Ureene, a traveling liaptiHt
misHionary, spent a portion of lunt
week and this laboring among the peo
ple of Mosier. Kev. Ureene is a very
convincing and forcible speaker, and
is a man who possess that strong per
Bonulity and pleasing quality of char
acter which holds men and women
ailke with wrapt attention. There is,
without doubt, a feeliag of refreshing
left among the people ot Mosier from
having enjoyed the presence of this
Ciodly man with them.
Owing to failing health of Mrs. Mid
dleswart, Mr. Middleswart and daugh
ter, Mrs. Rowland, acootnpauied Mia.
Middleswart to Portland on Tuesday
of last week, for the purpose of having
the privilcgo of special medical ser
vice. Mrs. Middluswart's illness is of
long standing and of a serious nature
and her host of friends join in sincere
hope that she may Und relief there
from her protracted season of pain.
Miss Katharine Davenport returned
from The Dalles, at which place she
has spent several weeks with ber sis
ter, Mrs. K. 11. Wood, who is ill.
Ldward Dunsmore, after having
spent several months in liritisb Co
lumbia visiting bis sister, Mrs.
Hughes, returned home last week.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
rain was much needed in Mosier vicin
ity, It greatly interfered with the ap
ple spraying, aside from this incon
venience, the rain was heralded as a
moHt welcome visitor, and indeed did
uo one venture to raise a voice of pro
tection against the generous down
pour which fell, in all due season, like
showers of blessings from heaven.
Ceo, Chamberlain made a hasty trip
to The Dalles on Saturday, for the
purpose of pmchasing some mill ma
chinery. Mrs. J. K. Mcdregor left on Sun
day's afternoon train for Portland, at
which place she intends to visit for
a few weeks.
Vernon W. Cooke, of Portland,
spent a few hours visiting his aunt,
Miss Dollie Mosier, on Thursday of
Mrs. dec. Wells, of Portland, visited
relatives and friends In Mosier lust
Mrs. J. K. Mcdregor, who hat been
ill for the past week, we are pleased to
say, la able to be out again.
The closing school exercises in
District 02 will take place in the Hap
tint church commencing at 8:1(0
o'clock, on Friday evening, May 25.
A cordial Invitation is extended to all.
While attempting to mount a horse,
James bturges was thrown to the
ground by an unexpected, sudden
start of the horse which resulted in
his sustaining painful bruises and
lacerations about the head and a tie
nmudous shaking up.
Minxes Fannie and Lottie Gilbert
came down from their home at Pine
Flat and will engage in strawberry
packing for Mr. A. P. IJateham.
Finding his packing houses inade
quate to the capacity of increasing
business, Mr. A. 1'. liateham is rapid
ly pushing to a finish a more com
modious and complete structure in
which he will In enabled to conduct
the workings of busiuues with ease
Allen Wriuht and son, of Portland,
came up Haturday mid were U guests
of C. D. Morian, hIio in rating for
his farm a few milts fioiu tov u.
The following is trie program of the
closing exercises of Mosier school dis
trict No. 52:
Vacation Bong, School.
Hesitation, Aldine Hudson.
Recitation, Willie Stewart.
Kxeroise, "When I'm a Man," Hoys
of 'third Grade.
Kecitiition, Irene Fisher.
Motion Song, "Cumin' Thro the
Recitation, Alice Mosier.
Kxerclse, "Four Little Maids From
School", Emily Husbands, George
Waite, Jessie Denny, Oracle liailey.
Recitation, Irene Morgan.
"The Rooster in the liaro," School.
Recitation, Randy Cocke.
Duet, "No Sir," Jessie Denny,
Doll Drill, by girls.
Dialogue Characters: Aunt Pea
body, Mary Morgau; Klcunor, Flossie
liailey; Harriet Ann, Hurliue Fisher,
(her nieces); Hattie, Mattie HudMon;
Miriam (a friend of sister's;, I. line
Denny; (Ladies guests), Mrs. Hn ith,
Alice Mosier; Mrs. JoneB, Gutiude
Davenport. Gentlemen, (goods;, Lee
Evans, Paul Evans, Clare liailey.
Presentation of Certificates to the
following pupils who hare len per
fect in attendance throughout the
school year: Aline Hudson, Mary
Morgan, Aune llaacke, Alefora llaacke
Willie Detf". JMinny Epping, Ora
Waite. Alice Moaltr.
Monday. Muy 14, was Mrs. English's
birthday and a number of her friends
gatheied at the home of Mis. Nelf In
the afternoon and went in a company
to the home of Mrs. English with the
purposo of surprising her. Those
present say the surprise was complete.
After a pleasant afternoon all partook
of a bountiful repast aud later depart
ed for their homes wishing Mrs. Eng
lish many happy returns of the day.
Mrs. (J. K. llowerman spent several
days las; week visiting in Hood River
with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
The choir met at Mi. Nelf's Thurs
day night for practice.
A brother of Mrs. Crockett visitod
her last week. He is from Lexington,
Tho eighth grade exam'nation was
held In the school house at Odell
Thursday and Friday, May 17 and 18.
Mrs. Mae Hull Ehrok conducted the
examination. A number of pupils
took this examination aud await word
Mrs. Michael Nelf has been sick. It
is thought she suffers from erysipelas.
Wo hope she may speedily recover hot
Roswell Shelley delivered a load,
2J00 lbs., or groceries to 1). G. Hoard
man at Green Point Saturday, this be
ing the second load to the same party
within the pnst week. This speaks
well for Odell. Ihu Hoard man as their
name indicates are board iu men, aud
judging from reports aie fei t'Ang from
15 to 30 men in a very si tifuatory
manner We wish them all suotoss.
Land buyers are seen about our vil
lage most any day.
Mr. Fox procured a new horse and
lott the one he had about the same
time. After several days be found
the lost horse, which it seems had
tired of country life and taken up
bis abode In the city or Hood River.
Elmer Lafferty was home from
Green Point last week.
George Mssiker has gone to Portland
to attend the Rebekab assembly beld
in that city, May 22 and 23, he being
a delegate from Hazel Rebekab Lodge,
at Udell, to the assembly. He will
also remain in Portland (or the Grand
Lodge, I. O. O". F., beginning May
24, as be is a delegate from Kemp
Lodge to that body.
C. C. Masiker Is in Portland to at
teud the Grand Lodge, I. O. 0. P.,
May 24 and 25, as a delegate from
ISertha Latierty has quite a class of
music pupils. .
Mr. Lafferty bad gome paper bang
ing done last week, O. S. Olsen did
Have you seen those sterling silver
individual salt dishes at greatly re
duced rates at Lacy' ? Also Japanese
gum said to be finer
The C. E., of Odell, bad a very in
teresting meeting Sunday evening,
Rev. II. C. Clark, of Belmont, will
preach in the church at Odell next
Sunday, Way ll, at A p. m.
There will be work in the third de
gree in Kemp Lodge next Saturday
night, also election cl omoers. Mem
hers requested to be present.
Rockford store got in a car load of
hay on Friday last. R. Phelps and
J. P. Harnett did the hauling and did
it in good shape, so now yon can get
jour hay at the Rockford.
E. A. Watts nut in two days spray
in it trees for Mr. Emerson. E. A. is
just the boy to do such work. -
V. 0. Sherrleb. with a force of men.
put in a good flume last week, but
there needs a little more doing to
complete it and make it safe. Possi
lily by the time the Glaoier Is dlstri
buted the little fixing will be done.
Kerry pickers aie beg'nning to come,
The white tents oan be seen In the
woods. Glad to have them come, for
it means work and business.
11. M. Wolhart purchased a one-horse
wmon from Stianaban tiros., so now
the rocks and stumps will be moved
i n d the road will get the benefit of tte
A. T. Zoll:;, the stone u.asou, with
his two sous, are now working on the
foundation for F. C. HherrleD's new
bouse, A. T. is a flue workman.
It was the writer's plea-ure on Sun
day last.lu ompany with E. A. Watts,
to drive to Mount Hood. We noticed
most oreditalle Improvement all along
the road. New houses, new sobool
house, new fences and new telephones
are a oredit to the Mount Hood di
triot. Arrived at the U. H. church
and held services at 11 a. m. Great
oredit is due the settlers in the upper
Mount Hood district for the per
sisteut efforts to bold Sunday School,
A collection was taken tip for the
missionary cause and other benevo
lences, amounting to 44.15; which was
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Your Safeguard in Buying
a Time Piece is this
The Watchmaker and Jeweler
Who Can Make Your Watch Keep Time
SMITH BUILDING, HOOD RIVER
When the nerves are weak
everything goes wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
irritable. Your cheeks are
pale and your blood is thin.
Your doctor says you are
threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
" For mora tlinu Vtt vrt I hnve lined Afr'$
ftttrBprllla In my f.iiiiily. It I n rriiil tonic
at all time, and a woudwrf"! iii-i!tciue for Im
pure blood." 1. iiiii.r. Writ iiuvHit.rm.il,
91 M a bottle.
mmmmmmmmmmm f f- f
.1. C. A V XK CO.,
Keep the bowels regula' "''th '
Pills, Just one pill ear h
very good. W were entertained at
the borne of Henry Oroff and wife and
were requested to come again, ai tbe
latcb string- was always hanging out.
After a drive of tbree boors, we ar
rived borne, feeling pleased with our
trip and trusting that some good may
be the result of tbe servioe beld at up
per Mount Hood.
We bave tbe namesakes of some very
prominent men wbo are residents of
(be Hood River valley. We bave tbe
"Talmage," whose name is well known
all over tbe world. Tben we bave tbe
" Vanderbilts, " whose name is well
known as a financier. We bave no
Rockefeller in our valley but yon oan
surely get Rockefeller oil at tbe Kook
Although the Enterprise of our
neighboring town tbiuks there is no
one at Ringeo able to write a corre
spondence, aud our letter was a make
up by the U lacier; although wedo not
koow whether we bave to take tbe
Enterprise's remarks as au honor, or
whether it was intended as a slur "u
the Hinder, we will try agaiu. Al
though we have uo electrio railways
and $75,000 water plants, like dazzling
fatamorgana, in view; although we are
uot so situated that all traffic going
and comiug to tbe railroad statiou
bos "to pass tbiough our town," like
our neighboring town, White Salmon,
we will bave one sure thing, we will
have the railroad station. We are
not booming, buttbeieare now under
construction four dwelling houses aud
two more will be built as soon as lum
ber oan be bad. Merchant lladley is
also enlarging bis store. Rut it is
not surprising to see so many dwell
ings going up at Ringen. Is it uot
the most beautiful place on the Co
lumbia for a home?
Tbe men grading on the railroad
are steadily working ahead, and ac
cording o tbe view of tbe contractors
the grade for miles both ways from
Ulngen, will be liuished by October 1.
Tbe saw mill, four miles back of
Bingen, basa big contract for ties aud
teams ant bauliug them down to Rin
gen, where tbey are piled up along
side tbe finished grade at tbe station
grounds. Tbe side track at Riugeu
station will be 4,000 feet long.
The right-of-way tbrougu tbe Mrs.
Warner place has not been settled,
probably will be .settled in oourt at
Ooldendale this week. Contractor
Johnson is very anxious to have the
matter settled at - onee, besides wish
ing to go ahead with bis contract
work, lie aud his men will have all
the ripe strawberries on tbe right-of-way
they may care for.
Oreen Point mill is running night
aud day aud averaging 50,000 every
ten hours. Lant night the record was
broken, sawing bo,000, tbe highest
previously was 00,000.
The company is making oousidor
flble improvements by clearing about
5 acres. They have a force of men at
work under Mr. West.
Two of the boys went hunting last
Sunday aud got lost in tbe fog ami
found themselves at the Locks Mon
day. One of them says that tbey
played lost the handkerchief a ound a
tree all night to keep warm.
Roy Reman got bnrt pretty bad on
the carriage while setting tbe ratchet.
A casting iiroke aud let tho set lever
hit him ou the shouldor.
The new filer U making the bsw look
Messrs. Smith 'and Stanley made a
trip to the mill today.
Klmor Wells and Mr. Lester are both
very ill with the measles.
Mr. Shough and family, accom
panied by Mrs. Sbougb's father and
sister, left last week for Oakville.
They came here some time ago for the
benefit of Mrs. Shougb'a health, but
as sbe did not improve very rapidly.
tbey deoided to return borne. Tbe
son, Jesse, remains here working for
Mr. Perry's fumily aie down with
Mrs. Clark's mother, fiom Portland,
is visiting her.
l'lne tirove Grange.
Pine Grove Orange No. 356 beld its
regular meeting Saturday evening,
Mav 10. at Pine Grove sobool house.
Uwlnii to tbe repot t circulated mat
the school board had all resigned, (lie
cussion relating to the reut of the
ball was postponed. The secretary
was requested to order badges for tbe
otlicers aud auy member wisbiug one
should order tbrougb ber at tbeir
earliest convenience. Tbey are 40o
apiece and every member should have
After a well rendered program a few
timely rem irks by F. M. UilL county
organizer, was greatly appreciated.
His avice to tbe officers, if carried
out, would certaiuly bring credit to
any Grange. He explained tbe plans
ot the Junior Granites aud told bow
they helped to build up tbe Grange
The meeting adjourned to meet at
the regular meeting night, June 2.
Luella O. Hunt Reporter.
Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly
respected resident of Kaisonia, Miss.,
was sick with stomuch trouble for more
than six mouths. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets cured her. She
says: "I can uow eat anything I want
and am the proudest woman in the
world to find such a good medicine."
For sale by Keir A Cass. Samples free.
For tale bv Kmporinm. Twenty acres
on Methodist lane, four miles southwest
from Hood Kiver, small house, some
land cleared. Only $2000.
Special Sale i Special Sale
We nor anyone else can well goods at less than cost and live, but there are goods
that so accumulate on which it is better to accept a toss than to keep. Below we
give a list of some of these, most all of which are good goods, and are real bar
gains. If we have a real bargain to give we believe in giving it to our frienda
For Ladle and Children
Sandow brand, 35c for 20c
3 for 50e
Kittie brand, - 15c for 10c
Kato brand, - 20cforl5c
25c for 20c, 3 for 50c
and 35c for - - 25c
For Man and Boy
Something like 100 to 125
hats that range in price
at from $1.50 to $3.00.
Your choice for
V a x
Forty or Fifty suits tlwt
are not strictly up to date
in cut but are all good
goods and servicable, and
for every day wear are
$4.00 to $9.50
a profit on
For Boys and Children
Fi ve to ten years sizes,
85 Cents to $3.50
Most nil of these are good
and are all worth more
money than we ask for
OUR GOODS ARE RELIABLE
Hood River Fruit Growers Union
Blackberries and Cherries
An Organization of FRUIT GROWERS, For the Benefit of FRUIT GROWERS, Managed by FRUIT GROWERS
WE MARKET YOUR FRUIT AT ACTUAL COST OF MARKETING
NO PROFITS FOR ANYBODY
Every Fruit Grower enjoys the same privileges. Returns are made according to
the Quality of the fruit shipped irrespective of peon. The Union is open to
any grower as a shipping madium. Come to the orficg and get acquainted with us.
We are slwnys ready to cheerfully furnish any information desired.
Yours truly, "j
HOOD RIVER FRUIT GROWERS UNION
f ;. H. SHEPARD. MuMf
D Am amVtaw Tho ITninn a in CYiafnPO fnr t.llfl hnpflT. rf fha PVnlr. ftmnran
- 1 ml
with a southern slope, 1
miles from White Salmon, 1
mile from dock; plenty of
water; 4 acres cleared. It's
a great bargain for $1350,
We have other bargains.
White Salmon Land Co.,
White Salmon, Wash.
NOTICE FOR PI BLICATION.
United Sutea Land Office. Th Dalle. Oreron
April 2M. laK.-Notkc m hereby (iren that the
following: named settler has filed notice of hi in
tention to make final proof in support of his claim
and that said proof will be made before the Ke
ister and Receiver at The Dalles. Oregon on June
HENRY L. HOWE
of Hood River. Orecoa. on H. E, No. 8740. for the
SK'4NV'4.SW',NE'4. NWl,SK'and NE'SW,
Sec. 8. Tp. 1. N.. R II. E., W. M
He names the foliowinaT witnesses to prove hi
continous residence upon and cultivatioa of aaid
land, via: John west, of Hood Kiver. Ureron.
Kmll D. West; of Hood River. Oregon. William H
Pavia. of Hoad River, Oresoa. John W. Davis, of
Hood River, Oregon.
MICHAEL T. NOLAlf. Register, ,
New List of
Real Estate Bargains
. J. Baker A Co offer the folio ing
flood propoHitintiH in real estate tliis
52 acres. Between 25 and 30 acre
cleared ; 12 arret in hearing orchard, 15
in strawberries and clover. House and
barn. This i a good bi y. Price for a
hort time, $3500.
30 acres 5 miles out. 25 acres cleared,
20 in orchard 5 of which is in full bear
ing; standard varieties. Price, $9000.
70 acres 4 miles nut. 45 acres cleared,
16 in orchard, 12 in full bearing, 12 kc es
meadow land. All ne essary building!
on place. Price per acre, $200.
8u acres tij miles out, Unimproved.
No waste land. Price, $40 per acre.
120 acres 8 miles out. All necrnary
buildings, good well and springs on
place. This is an unusually good buy.
Small orchard and all kinds of small
fruit ; 45 acres cleared. Price per acre,
$i0; terms to suit purchaser.
We call special attention to one 10
acre tract, all cleared: about two miles
from town. Price, $1250.
We have a number of 5, 10 and 20
acre tracU that are bargains. Some
good propositions in regard to land
from the Mount Hood district. Com
and see us about it. Also land in Mo
sier, hite salmon and fiingen.
We have fine alfalfa ranch in Raker
county, another In Morrow; also prop
erty fa the Willamette valley to ex
change for Hood R ver realty.
Houses and lots for rent or gale in all
arts of Hood River. Collections made.
Insurance written in your choice of
40 acres. All under cultivation. Nice
laige bouse, ordinary barn and two
ware houses. acres apples full tear
ing, standard varieties; also young
Newtown orchard. 20 acres grass, 6
acres pasture; onder irrigation ditch, i
This is a good buy at $10,000.
For a Few Days Only
Fifty acres, 6 miles out,
Ten acreas cleared,
Sixty-five apple trees,
Good house and barn,
Rural telephone and mail
No stone, well protected,
Splendid fruit land,
Good outside range.
Who wants it for S2.500.
Good terms. Land all
around it held at twice the
For particulars sets "
H. M. ABBOT,
At Millinery Stort
HcEWEN & KOSKEY
CDiEtAL COMXIBIO.I KEKUOTS
Prompt sales and quick re tar as
Wholesale dealers in all kinds of Fir-t
and Produce. Consignments solicit, d
129 Front Street, Portland, Off.