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HOOD RIVER fJLACJER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1911
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In My Home
is a Macey Book Cabinet
To one of the new Macey Book Cabinet. ir, , your lom.
i. to set before your children an esample of auch good Us a
!hL throughout .11 the cUy. of the l.ve. they will feci ...
M.rey Bo,,k Cabinet, are the fir.t actional bookeaiet ever
built after the design, of the old roaster. I heje old master
Sheraton. Chippendale. Robert Adam and Fr. jumper,,, wer.
.. great in Furniture a. Sh.ke.pe.ra mL.ter.ture. a. IvWart.n
Music, as Michael Angelo in I'ainting.
The new M.cey Book Cabinet, are the only .ection.l book
case, that can be added to both upward and .. rw nd
..ill not look like actional bookcases, bu like hei.loom. of
furniture. C.n be taken from or reanangedw.thout destroying
their beauty and .tyle.
So artful i. the cabinet work that dealer, frequently have to
take them ap.rt to convince cu.tomer. that they are .ect.onal.
Macey old ma.ter de.ign. harmonize with any furniture you
now h.v, and ar. made in .u. h variety of popular cr.ee..
wood, and hni.hea. that they fit any requirement of Haca
Macey Sectional Book Cabinet, are built under the direction
of Mr O. II. L. Wernicke, the father of .ect.onal bookcases an4
1're.ident of The Ma.ey Company. Mr. Wernicke name l.
till used in the corporate title of a competing firm, with which
be ha. long .nice had no connection.
If you wi.h to give your home and your children the most
inspiring influence you ever gave them you will go to a hum! lira
atoreaiid wctkaM new Macey Book Cabinet, before youforget it
OUR TERMS: Strictly 60 days, net; month
ly payments, 2 per cent off; cash with order,
5 per cent off; 10 per cent interest on over
Stewart Hardware &
True to Name
D. CURRIER, JR.
Fhont Odell 84
j. ItooJ Kiv.r, Oregon
tliM.i) K ATS"
many noted men
INTERESTED IN SCOUTS
ST. PAUL PLANS
FOR LAND SHOW
'ill.' l'l;l e thill
Most Meals in the City.
312 OaK Street.
A. M. BOYCEi Prop
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
C. A. Richards k Co.
II A Z K I AV M ) I DAI S TI KS
Full Lino of London Made Pipe9
See Our l.liu of
Kauffman Bros. & Bondy. Pipes
and Dumutn Pipes. Best Made
Agency Oreiron Piiily Journnl.
Itooth'H Kantem Oysters.
1 nm Htill wi'itvinif I.'iw 'urets ami
lllll'H ; ( il illdillj! Tool ullil
Filing Sit we lit
915 Wilson Street, on the Heights.
CEMENT DRAIN TILE
CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS
Is Becoming to be Recogniied an
Bargain in City Property
IOOxI.'iO frit on coiner i.f Montclln
und Tliirli't'tilh street. All in bearing
fruit. Ill I 'run ford peach live, ft cherry
trees nml a m of h'traii herrics on uul-
vnni.ed iron trellis. A line irrigating
i.hml iiiMliiiL' over t-'ilM. imiinUUiil' (if
ifiisnliiit engine illi iunii und all at
tachinents and I'M"' ," -m ,!l"k
all in itood working order. A small
i ariieiiler nliop on tlm properly. Ah
have no iiL'entK. anilv to owner on t In
We make them in Hood River and in any quantity.
HAY AND OATS
Rolled Hurley, Hran, Shorts and
PI ION K WW
Fourth Street Heiween t)nk ami Stale
fjf VK HAVE JUST ItKCKIVKU A MiKSIl KU1T1.Y OK l
n Nitrate ot ioaa, Muriate oi roiasn
J AND ALL KINDS OF FERTILIZERS
Ji COMIC T(J US DIUK(T FOR
W00D-FIBERED HOUSE PLASTER
U CEMENT AND LIME
(1 AS WK UNLOAD MMXT FISOM THK CAUS
0 ST RAN A HAN & CLARK
Hood River, Oregon
Treat the Horse Well
and lie will I real yon well. Ilav
nil done here and yon will he a
well pleaded an our other cunlomeiH
are. We make horseshoeing a hux
inexs ami we make il a tmivew, he
cause it is done right, ll' yon want
that kind, renienilier us every time
you iae any to he done.
The Boy Scout movement ia a big
business enterprise. It involves the
expenditure of p'M,(m yearly for the
iimintenatue of the National Uead
iuarter of Hoy Scouta of America.
Il necessitate the printitiof hundreds
of thousand-; of manuals, hu lie turn and
other information conceriiinj the move
ment. It requires a big business staff,
at the heud of which is a man trained
in the law, the science of philanthropic
work and skilltd in up-to-date business
methods it requires the thoughtful
at tention of many diHtintfuished men
who are devoting the greater part of
their lives to iihilanthropie work. It
has absorbed the sympathy of thous
ands of able business ;and professional
men thnnighout the country who ap
preciate its great opportunities for the
all-around development of boys Into
excellent citizens. When one consid
ers the housamls of Hoy Scout patrols
and troops throughout the country, one
dues not think of the tremendous busi
ness system behind the varied and scat
tered activities of those hoys. In ev
ery city and almost every small town
thruoghout the country, there are Boy
Scouts. They are being trained phys
ically, mentally and morally. They
are having fun engaging in rival fish
ing expeditions and swimming con
tests, taking hikes in the woods, stalk
ing animals and birds with cameras,
learning to puddle a canoe, to swim
und to eanr.p out. They are doing
those things lirst because it it fun, but
they have over them Scoutmasters
who see that they do those things sys
tematically, that they do not over-ex
ert themsevhs physically, but play in
a manner that increases their physical
strength, makes them alert in mind
and lills them with the desire to be hoir
est. uuriL'ht men. The boys individ
ually und collectively in many differ
ent towns and cities constantly are
writing to the National Headquarters
of the Box Scouts of America. They
send in hundred of letters daily, all of
which must be answered. The requests
must be satisfied or the lads lose inter
est. If the beys in any one town are
ager to engage in this activity not
specified in the manual, but tending to
bring out their latent good qualities
the leaders of the movement keeping
in touch with the development of the
boys.must arrange to make that play
or work an olhcial Scout activity.
there are hundreds of questions near
ing pertinently on the Boy Scout Move
meiit sent in every week. All those
letails must be worked out. A visit
to the. National Headquarters reveals
how thoroughly and adequately atten
tion is given to the hoys wants. It
shows that while theJBoy Scouts with
their patrols and troops in every state
are apparently greatly scattered, yet
their interest in scouting nas neau
imirterH, and in those headquarters a
system has been worked out so that
the interest of every hoy Is appealed
to. In other words, systematic sup
ervision of the boys' play has been de
vised, in u manner to suggest many
und diverse lines ol tun for him, hut
with the idea of developing self-reli
mice in Ins character. 1 lie jNauonai
Headquarters has the help of 2X) local
councils in cities and towns through
out the country which attend to many
William H. Tuft, President of the
United Slates, is Honorary President
of the organization.' Colonel Theodore
Koosevclt. former President of the
United States, is Honorary Vice-Pres
ident. Men of all religions are back
ing the organization. Colin II. Living
stone, banker of Washington, U. L, is
chairman.oft he executive board, and
Krnest Thompson Seton whose writ
ings appeal to the boys is Chief Scout.
Daniel Carter Beard, favorite of the
boys and artist, is National Scout Com
inn-sinner, as also are William ver-
beck. Adj. -Genera! cf New York State
and Colonel Peter S. Bomus, of New
York Citv. George D. Pratt, who is
head of the Pratt Institute in Brook
Ivn. is treasurer of the organization
Among the vice-presidents are B. L.
Dulaney, of Bristol, Tennessee, Profes
sor U.S. Jordan, of Stanford University,
California. William I). Murray is an
active worker on the Editorial Board,
he had charge of the scout manual.
Mortimer 1.. Sehilf, of Kuhn, Loeb &
Company, Bankers; Augutit Belmonf,
bankers. Henry Rogers Winthrop, Wil
Main Sloan. Charles 1). Stickney and
many others who are interested in the
work. Many governors of the states
have shown their enthusiasm over the
movement. The interest of so many
prominent men is proof of their in
tense conviction that no hoys move
ment previously devhod had the great
qualities of good that the Boy Scout
organization has. The rapid growth
of the organization is proof that the
hoys themselves find opportunities for
wholesome fun and physical develop
ment. It is the belief of the leaders
of the movement that under such sup
ervision as the hoys have they will de
velop into fine wholesome citizens.
From December 12 to December 23,
inclusive the Northwestern Land
Products Show will be held in the St.
Paul Auditorium under the auspices
of the Northwestern Development
These dates have been announced
after advices had been received from
the various Western states and the
dates of other shows and expositions
had been considered. 'J he dates se
lected give those who will exhibit in
Chicago an opportunity to bring their
exhibits here. The Chicago show
closes December 9. The entire enter
prise has but one object in view, ac
cording to. officials of the league, to
aid in the developement of Washing
ton, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, North
Dakota, South Dakota. Minnesota and
Alaska, it is more than simply a land
show, hence the incorporated name
will be the Northwestern land
Products Exhibit, and it may include
not only those things grown but things
taken from the soil. The show will be
more than a mere instrument for the
use of the land man in selling land.
It will show graphically what can be
produced on lands in the territory west
of the Twin City, what it costs to
produce the crops and Jthe profits. St.
Paul and Minneapolis business interests
have pleged their co-operation on the
theory that every man and everv dol
lar put to work in the states interested
will be a direct benefit to the local
Heat Has Injured Canada's Crop.
ThP fruit crop report of the Depart
ment of Agriculture of Canada, shows
that the heat and drouth have had an
adverse effect upon the crop in On
tario. The prospects for apples has
diminished slightly since the preceding
report except in British Columlua
where the outlook has improved. It is
now estimated that shipments from
that province will be 85 per cent of
last year's crop, which was very
heavy. Apples are dropping heavily
in Borne districts and sun scam nas
injured the crop in counties north of
Lake Erie and counties on Lake Huron
and inland to York county. Nova
Scotia still expects the heaviest crop
on record as a result of the increased
acreage and the heavy yield. Kruit
Trade Journal and Produce Record.
An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as
rule, lie cured by a single dose of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, 'lids remedy lias no
superior for bowel' eamplaints. For
bv all dealers.
HIS TROUBLE .
NOT OF HEART
Real Facts In Re lard To r. K.
Huffman's Illness. Relier Ob
tained By Curing His
Waynesville.N. C Mr. F. R. Huffman,
of this city, says: " I suffered dreadfully
with what I thought was heart trouble,
and tried various medicines In vain.
After other remedies had failed, Thed-
ford's Black-Draught restored me to
health. I would not feel safe without
Black-Draught in the house. I consider
it worth its weight in gold.
It cured my indigestion, and by this
means 1 was restored to health. I can
not express my gratitude for its benefits
Good health depends on the condition
of your digestion. Poor digestion and
good health do not go together.
Thedford's Black-Draught will
thoroughly cleanse and set in order your
digestive system. -
It has done this for others, during the
past 70 years; and is today the most
popular vegetable liver remedy on the
market. Try it.
Insist on Thedford's. Price 25c.
means the best quality
all thetime. Every piece
of lumler in the Stude
baker wagon is air-seasoned
four to five years;
then instiected rigidly
before being used.v
Selected New Eng
land black birch hubs;
choice white oak spoke9
and felloes; the lest butt cut,
second growth hickory axles;
spokes are slope shouldered
and driven into the hubs under
a hundred tons pressure; iroued
and reinforced in every way
that will adJ strength, with refiued iron;
painted ia a thorough aud durable man
ner. That's why the
has kept the lead from ox-team days down to the present day. Every
Studebaker wagon is made on honor. We sell the Studehaker Wagon
because it is the kind that gives satisfaction jind makes friends. Come
in and look them over. They are made in many styles, from the
lightest farm wagon to the heaviest truck
or log wagon. Call and get a Studebaker
booklet. We want everybody interested
in vehicles to have one.
Gilbert-Vaughan Implement Co.
Hood River, Oregon.
won. "' '"' ' ' '
We do not believe in American slang, but we
must admit that when it comes to good paint,
Sherwin-William's is ceatainly "some" paint.
Made of pure white lead, pure linseed oil and tur
pentine,, you thus get durability, and all wood
work is rendered impervious to the weather.
Comes in all sized cans, large and small. Different
tints, shades and colors.
ART WOOb FINISH AND STAINS
CHAS. N. CLARKE
The Glacier Pharmacy
HOOD K1VKK I.OHUK NO. 105, A. K. mid A.
M.-MhU Haturdny evening on nrhwror
each full nioou. Uko. 1. Klocom, W. M
U. McDonald, (Secretary
Hood River Conimtnrtery No. 12, K.T
MeeW every ftral TuendHy evenliiji
each month. ('. K. M A K-slliil.L, K. L
I'. H. HavldKOU, Recorder.
MT. HOOD COUNCIL No 8. R. & 8. M. Meet
in Mawmlo Hall every lulrd lueaaay lu
W. K. Lara way, T. 1. M.
A.!D. Moe, Roc.
Fresh Flour and Feed
White River &
Made From Selected
O-H. X . Time Table.
WKST IHll NH
No. !. Flint Mail (Mail Unly).. I :0 a. in
No, 7, I'nrtlun.l Local ":!'. Ill
No. T, Ore. A: Wash. Kxp Ill :.".() a. in
No. 11, Suii Sikane-l'oill:iinlf :'.'." a. Ill-
No. 1, l'orlland IjhuI ;i:('."i p. 1 1 1 -
Ni. 1", Ore. Wash. Limited ': !." p. in.
No. 2, l'euilleton Iical 10::;0 i. in.
No. IS, Ore A- Wash. Ltd. ....11 :.":: a. m.
No. S, The I "alien Local li :-.': p. n..
No. 10, l ast Mall (.mail only! V-'.r p. in.
No, (, Ore. and Wash. Kp ..lUtl'O p. m.
No. Sou Spokane- I'm t lil:fi;'i p. in.
J. 11. l'lil.DKU'V, Acenl.
A SUCCESSITL BAKING follows the ns of ihe White River and lVst
Patent Maltese Croca Hour. When yon bake bread, pies, cakes or any
kind of pastry yon will find this Flour a safe and reliable standby. Try it
ouee aud youwill never use any other.
STRANAHAN & CLARK
HOOD KlVF.lt, OKK.UON.
For Sale by Owner
Three acres seven year old New
low us, two acres tuiir years old, Id
acres m1 il three -year-olds, 5 acres in
hay, one acre Waiiherries, one acre
strawberries between trees. Seine
small fruit and small imved familv
orchard. Seven room hiui-e, ncl
barn and outbuildings. Two miles
southwest of town. Half cash will
handle this place. If iutercMed
Phone 3332 L
and ow ner will lake you hi property
in automobile. Will sell 5 or 10 acres
Melon Fete for Mill Owners.
The directors of the liusineqs Men's
association are iilunmnir for a fruit
and melon festival in honor of the direc
tors of the Wasco Warehouse Milling
company to lie neld wnnin me next
two weeks. The occasion will oe to
celebrate the building of the new mill,
which is the largest industry in The
Dalles. T he progressiveness of stock
holders, in instructing' their directors to
'Vet busv und bin d a null means a
Hi-cut deal to The Dalles and should
brine; forth from the people in general
a vote of thanks. The Dalles Lhron
f amas Drain Ditch Begun,
Loads of heavy machinery are being
freighted through this place, says a
dispatch from White Salmon to the
l'orlland Journal, to Camas prairie 30
inilees north, for the purpose of dig
L'ine a ditch seven miles long with
neeessarv laterals. Bv draining Con-
bo v l ake 7.0(H) acres of rich, black
loam will he added" to the valuable
area of I the fertile Camas district.
Burleson & Son of Tacoma have taken
the ilitcbimr contract for $45,000.
No sooner had the farmers got the
draina,'.. case through than they pe
titioned the county commissioners for
the creation of an irrigation district.
Surrounding the low. Mat area that is
under water well into the summer is a
secondary bench of soil, for the irriga
tion of "which the farmers control an
inexhaustible suiuilv of water. Froiii
Ifi (ion to :ii.imh) acres can be irrigated.
Much ef it will have to be cleared of
Historical Institute At Astoria.
A Historical institute will be held at
Astoria in connection with the C en
tennial Celebration on September 5. 6
and 7. Lectures will be given at the
various points of historic interest so
'numerous about the mouth of the
Columbia Kiver, and many prominent
n..iiid,. ,,f the state who are fully in
formed on these subjects will deliver
the addresses. This institute will be
HOOD KIVKKCHAPTKBNO. 27. R. A. M.-
Mema Unit aud third Friday nixliu or euou
mouth. A. D. Mob, H. 1.
V. U. Hhook, Hecretary.
HOOD R1VKR CHAPTKR NO. 2fc, O. K. H.-
MeelniiHCoud und tourlli Tuesday eveuiug
of eacU laoiuli. Visitors cordially welcomed
Mas. ('. P. Thompson, W. M.
Misa Alt A Pooi.k, Hecretary.
W.O. W. meets the 2d and 4th Wednesday!
each moiitu at K.ol r. nail, viaiiora cor
dially invlled. W. K, SHAY, (J. C.
Kiaivu Sl'UKI.lN, Clerk.
HOOD R1VKR I'lRdLE NO. bii, WOMKN OV
Wnodcran-MeeUat K. or P. hall ou the
Oral aud Third Tluirndaya of each momli,
MKH. WM. UANOkK, N.U.
Mb. H. W. Waits, Clerk.
We Sell to All at Wholesale Prices
WAUOOMA LOIHJK NO. SO, K. OK P.
Meet lu K. ol f . hall everv rueeuay uigia.
' AKTHI K l l.AHk it, c. C.
LkW is S. Iskn bkku, K. of K. and 3.
HOOD RIVKR CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meeta lu 1. O. O. f . hall every Wednesday
nlnhl. Kkank I'aUIiy, V. V.
C. U. Dakin, Clerk.
KiVKRHlliKLODUK.NO. 68 A. o. u. w.-
Meeta Drat aud third Saturdays or each
month. K. K. Chapman, M. W.
UKO. N1.0COM, Financier
Chkstbk Hunt. Keuorder.
OLKTA ASMKMHLY NO. 1(8, UNITKI) ART-
laana. Meeta the nrat aud third Wednes
days, work; itecoad aud fourth Wedueadayi
ArtiKuua' hall. C. D. HiNBICHS, M. A.
W. H. Austin Hecretary.
IDI.KW1LDK LODliK NO. 107, I. O. O. K
Meet lu tra'erual Hall, every Thnraaay
11 IK 111. J. M. HCHMKLT7.KB, N. U.
Uko. Thomson, Secretary
KDKN KNCAMPMENT. NO. 4ft. 1. O. O. K.
Regular lueetlug second and fourth Monday!
i each man in. j. u. r ekouson, u. r.
Uko. HtiKVARn, Hcrlbe.
KEMP LOIHIK, No. 181, 1. O. O. F.-Meet In.
Odell Odd Fellows Hall every Hal ur
day night. Visitors cordially welcomed.
O. li. KliiiAliBS, N.U.
F. L. KKI.40, 8BC.
H AKL KKHKKAH UllMiE No. 166, I.O.O.F.
Meets the firs I and third 1 ttesday evenlug lu
each moiilh lu the (Mil Fellows Hall, seven
miles sen Hi of Hood Kiver, R. D. I. Mm.
Kdilti Vtilaon, N.U. Nellie Mosea. Sec.
CANHY W. R. C Meeta second aud fourth
Saturdays of each monih at k.of P. hall.
Mrs. t'alherlue Ulll, Mrs. Abble Baker,
HOOD RIVER VALLKY HUMANE SOCIETY
Hood Kiver, Ore. K. H. HartwlK. Pre.
Harold Hershuer, See. Leslie Butler, Treaa.
HOOD RIVER COMMERCIAL CLUB Meet
every second Monday In each month lit S p.
m., ID lh ciud rooms over jacKsnn a store.
K. C. Smith, Pres.
J. C. Psinnbr, HeereUry
of interest particularly to teachers of
the I'acitic Northwest states.
Pine Orove Orange No. 3n6 meeta the first
aud third Saturday of eaco mouth at 8 p. lu.
HELP US FIGHT THE TRUST
We also carry a large and complete stock of second
hand pipe for irrigating purposes. This pipe is all
threaded and with new couplings. Guaranteed ab
Half-inch Pipe, Per Foot 2',c
One-inch Pipe, Per Foot
Two-inch Pipe, Per Foot 6'jc
Prices on larger sizes of pipe promptly furnished on
request. We can fill your bill no matter how large
or small, at prices that will positively save you money.
Write Us For Particulars Before
J. Simon & Bro.
Front and Grant Sts.
You are cordially invited to call at any
time upon any of the following officers and
learn from them the manner in which this
bank can be of assistance to you.
F. S. Stanley, President
J. W. Hinrichs, Vice-President
" E. 0. Blanchar, Cashier
V. C. Brock, Assistant Cashier