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n00D RIVER OLAdKn ilTHUTl3bAYt SEPTEMBER 21, 19Tj, ,
! f:H- TEAM
COUNTY COURT v
For 5ale 1
OF EARLY DAYS
l.,r following articles e
" B I"
cffrr them for
(or cash or short tin,e no,.,:
wide trsck, with double "
One Tub,, ar ..r r,'"' f, ,,. and ,.r..f..--11y
torin cnrUini ana poie.f' ... Han.., but
inif new. $20.00. One Heavy "iM:r,r. ,.,,. 0. V. -
i m m ina ., Stildrbakt-r medium Bobl-d", I mi- " ' -
Used, f 15.0U. Une sev rmoi-u , . . il.oker Mir tuili
100-chiek ht. Helens indoor Kroner, . One itmun.K
door linnsler, f I U.
.1 l H in Velie two-s.-at.sl canopv t.. m-le spring W m-ii
R. D. No. 3
Kellogg & Marquis
Ten acres near town,
some bearing or- i
I 1 ...ill tMllfl
cnaru, or wm
for Hood River city
proiHTty or Portland
C. S. TRUE
1IOOD RIVER BANKING & TRUST CO. extends a
H cordial invitation to you, pewonally. to call and open a
checking account. Any amount will open an account in our
Bavings department We pay 3 per cent interest, compounded
semi-annually. We promise the best of service and sat.sfac
tion. HOOD RIVER BANKING AND TRUST CO.
OFFICERS AMI KIKfcUiimn
M t llm . President J. W, Coi'W.anh, Vice-Pres.
Chun. O. Pratt, Wilson Fike, J..a. (:h1hii
K. V. I'mrr, Cashier
VS hile 1 am atill an enthusiastic lover
or beseball, none of the modern garnet
can ever approach in interest those
..-iu r.urru.. that we used to play.
.k.. River was but village
and the surrounding valley for the
greater part virgin forest, said a
member of Hood River a first cham
pionship baseball team, a man with
gray hairs, who is past middle age.
According to me pioueci .-,..k. .
the valley and city, the hardest fought
and most interesting exhibition of the
national game ever played here was
.. tJLJJw-M-!-HH-H-H- fought out on Jury .
4-H-H-M-"- . . , . . aggregation from
VX-5K-H-H-J-H-J-W-l1 1 l i i i Tne Dalle8. A titter rivalry prevailed
between the two communities ana uie
game was of the one great events 01
the earlv days. Practically every rest-
dent of the Hoed River Valley, at the
time a community sparsely settled,
was on the field to lend support to the
" home team. The Dalles sent down by
'. '. boat it was before the days of the
railroad -more than 200 rooters. The
- contest was held on the property of J.
! ! N. Teal about a mile and a half south-
., tv.a ;tt onH hut a short dia-
OrtleyS J tanee from the Columbia park, where
41 tne Daseuaii game vi i- p.
oi curves, ana
Jl the intricacies of "spit balls," "in "
"outs" and "drops had not been de
veloped. The bent pitcher was he who
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NURSERY STOCK I
t Non-Irrigated Budded
True to Name
PKon Odall 84
J. HoodKtv.r. ur.Ro"
SLh-w-h-w-h-i-h i mm
Claims presented again t Hood River
county during the mocth of August,
.f"1. "0.w the Srptember.
1911, Session of the Ounty Court
F R. Absten, damage Cct. Post Can
yon road, fl. ,
John P, Phillipa. appropriation for
Post Canyon road, $200.
Thad Glaaier. fr.avel, $40.
:;iKYl''1r' .yin? ro"a. 3.10.
Mt Hood Railroad Co., demurrage,
O-Vy. R N. Co., frt. on oil. $40.22.
j. is. waixer, oiling roads. Vti.
O.-VV. R. & N.Co.. frt. on oil. $46.22.
Thad. Glazier, salary as toad super
J. , B. f Cornwall, ; rebate on
n riinniCn ID 4 It was before the day of curves.
U. LUIIILI Jl the intricacies of "epit balls,"
rrMFNT DRAIN TILE
CONCRETE RUILDING BLOCKS
I. B.comln to be Recognited as
We make them in Hood River and in any quantity.
could hurl the hardest, swiftest ball.
A man to stand behind tne bat, with
out mitt, mask or breastplate and
catch barehanded the horsehide sphere
coming with bullet-like rapidity must
neeesnarilv nave been of extraordinary
ie A fnc 1 1 milpsfrom courage and capable of enduring
1 5 Acres 1 o- mnes irom tBdeal of punillhment. .
While the pioneer oaseoau ians nave
fur the most pari me ueunis
t. -.L .i i
came, they recall wiui enuium-
A kmc 1 fi.imilps
. . . great dea
postoflice; all in fruit, 9 acres while ti
n nrr-hard: sprincr water ';e.n
Dined into hOUSe and Dam, Usm tho general feuturei of the event. t5895
i 1 ... ov.,1 rvlrro o-n The exact score has not been recorded.
team, iuuim, iuw " rba " However above all things itji remem
witll )lace: gOOd hOUSe and bered that Hood River won, by an
imnmvompnts. Will Sell Tea- overwhelming .figure ar the eyes f
sonable on easy terms,
The.W. G. Aldred Co.,
court house yard. $1800.
The W. G. Aldred Co.,
court house yard, $84.80. -
Associated Oil Co., oil, $324.99.
Bushong & Co. .office supplies. $30.90.
Geo. A. Batson & Co., annotations,
S. E. Bartmess, burial pauper, $23.
A. C. Buck, justice fees, $21.05.
E. S. Ollinger, constable fees, $24.60.
R. Lewis, fees dep. sheriff, $1.50. .
T. F. Johnson, fees sheriff. $2.50.
S. W. Stark, fees advanced justice,
W. L. Rowland, witness justice
Mrs. W. L. Roland, witness justice'
Peter Salzman, do, $2.50.
F. W. SaUman, do, $2 50.
F, G. Steward do. $2.70.
J. P. Lucas, do, $1.50.
Allen Hart, do, $1.50.
Alvah Carman, do, $1.50.
E. Brayford, nails, $.80.
r D ..I... (..ill ImruiAtA.
Fresh Flour and Feed
ii m v x bm m
White River &
Made From Selected
A SUCCESSFUL BAKING Follows the use of the Whito Kiver ami Best
Patent Maltese Cross Flour, When you Imke bread, pies, cukes or n,y
kind of pastry you will tind this Flour a safe and reliable standby. 1 ry it
once and you .will never une any other.
C. A. Richards & Co.
II A Z K I AV(K)I) DA INT1 KS
Full Line of London Made Pipes
riei! Our Mno of
Kauffman Bros-A Bondy Pipes
and Dumuth Pipe. Best Made.
Agency Oregon Pally Journal.
Booth's Kastern Oysters.
the old time players still sparkle when
they recall the elation over the vic
tory, whpn they were declared the
of the Mid-Columbia.
It is interesting to note the personnel
of the team. Every member of the
aggregation has become prominent in
the state's business or professional
circles. The team was composed of S.
J. La France, Harry Valentine, Wil
liam Hydra", JHdg John Mand Hen
derson, Prof. t- r. Henderson, J.
Avery, J. II. Stoddard, Newton Clark,
and Henry Coe, Only two of them are
ipmi. h. J. La Franoe ana d. n. niou-
dard.. The former at the time of his
demise was a prominent business man
of this city, while Mr. Stoddard was
an esteemed member of the Portland
bar. After an educational career Prof.
Henderson haa acHjn made )is hqrr.e in
the valley. He retired a year or two
ago from, the faculty of the state
University of Idubp, where he was at
the head of the Department of botany.
Newton Clark at the lest encampment
nf the Oresron department of the Grand
KepuDHC was eiecieu
Dalles Abstract Co., plats,
Army of the
president of the
Bargain in City Property s-ofwfe Tiah?owetrKet
in Leland Men-
WOxIM) feet on i-o.ner of Mntelio . ' ort 4 aUqrney and has
and Thirteenth strwU, All in Iwanng interests in this city. Judge Henderson
has been one of mm River's versatile
of Portland. Judge John
STRANAHAN & CLARK
UOOD Kl V KK, OREGON.
Utr" ""i ii "ii"""
HAY & WEISEL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
fruit. 40 Crawford peach trees, 5 cherry
trees and a row of logau berries on gal
vanized iron trellis. A fine irrigating
plant costing over fr.00, eonsieting of
asoline engine with juiixi j and all at
taehiiieiits and ilw to HtHKl-galUm tapk,
ill in good working order. A small
carpenter shop on the property. As 1
have no agents, apply to owner on the
W. E. Hanson, stamps and express,
J. F. Hendrick, supplies indigent,
Home Telephone Co., phone rent,
Hood River News Pfl., Publishing
L, H. Hoggins, supplies Indigent,
Maurice Jayne, fighting fire. $2.50,
(',. G. Kent, ftuhtins lire. $25..
Banks Mortimer, Inspecting court
hmisn imnrovement work. Z34.00,
Don Bronson. inspecting court house
imnrovement work. $2 50.
Murray Kay, inspecting court bouse
imnrovement work. $3.37.
fhfis. F, Johnsun, Incidentals, $fl.f5.
0, Li Henderson, boarding prisoners,
l a Yrr. blacksmith work. $9.30.
H. A. Moore, rent saddlejhorse, $33.75.
D. McDonald, powder and fuse,
C. L. Morse, witness grand jury, $4,
K. Nelson, da. 26.
Journal ublishinglCo., advertising,
iireBanian. au. sa.on.
Patie, lumber for roads,
The Oregqnian, do, 15.88,
J tit lift... A i' VHii.a
Mr 4 lc Wi
C. & M,
Furniture and Pianos Moved
Draying, Express and
AH Kinds of Light and Heavy Work
Treat the Horse Well
and he will treat you well. Have
all done here and you will be as
Well pleased as our oilier customers
are. We make linrseslim'ing a bus
iness iniil we make it a success, lie
cause it is done right. If you want
that kind, remember tlx every time
you liat any to be done.
Shively & Driscoll
Wood Yard and Feed
Store in Connection
23 8 K
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A MiESH SUPPLY OF 1
AND ALL KINDS OF FERTILIZERS
UOME TO US D1KKCT FOR
WOOD.FIBERED HOUSE PLASTER
CEMENT AND LIME
AS WE UNLOAD DIRECT FROM THE CARS
STRANAHAN & CLARK
Hood River, Oregon
For Sale by Owner
Three acres seven-year-old New
towns, two acres four years old, 10
acres solid three-year-olds, S acres in
hay, mm acre loganlierrics, one acre
strawberries between trees. Some
small fruit and small mixed family
orchard. Seven room house, rihmI
Imrn and outbuildings. Two miles
southwest of town. Half cash will
handle this place. If interested
ninl owner will take you to property
in automobile. Will sell 5 or 10 acres
athletes. Ha used to swim the Uolum
bia, which Is about a mile and a tenth
wide here with perfect - ease. Mr.
Avery Is a prominent hardware mer
chant in Portland. Mr. Hudson, who
. .i i . . . i . ..J nn ,1.0
at me lime oi we game tcbiubu vu hj i ,
plae'e at present owned by J- H-Shoe-9q tf
maker, is now a resident of California. . "su
The game was pitched by Judge
Henderson, who had a phenominaily
swift underhand ball. Although it is
said that he did not;exert himself very
much his speed was marvellous. Mr.
La Fiance caught for the Hood River
ium ' llnl.iuo h was hehind the bat..
thae'arly fang nver felf ffinflden,
His hands were smalll for those pf a
man and smooth us those of a woman.
However he never failed to takethe
speediest bull, although no protection
whatever was used. So deftly did he
receive the balls that he 'was never
known to suffer the slightest bruises.
Mr. Clark before coming to Oregon
from Sioun Falls, North Dakota, was
known as one of the huskiest athletes
in the section, where he was a cham
Chagrined at the defeat, The Dalles
boys a isertcd that Hood River might
be able to trounce them on a Hood
River Held, but challenged the local
aggregation to play them a return
game at The Dalles. The challenge
was met and in a few weeks with a
hundred or more supporters a boat was
chartered and the local team proceeded
to The Dalles to call the bluff. How
ever, the return game was never
played. The residents of The Dalles
asserted that with but few exceptions
all of their players were away in the
harvest field. The Hood River people
rp-emi,i,rkid on the boat and returning
down the river soent the remainder of
Mcmft loose Island, the In
,iiim hnrvinir 17 round so rich in the
mythology and legends of the redskins.
Common Colds Must be Taken Seriously.
For unless cured they sap the vitality
mid l.,u..rth vital resistance to more
uuri.,,. i,,l.,inn. Protect vour children
v,.nr.uif bv the nromiit use of
i.i,i,.u'- i!nw ml Tar Compound and
n,,t it ,,m,.lr ami decisive results. For
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
bronchitis and affections ot tne tnroai,
l,..st ! innirs it is an ever ready and
valuable remedy. Remember tne name,
k'n hv'i li.iiPir all. I lar iouiiMiuiiu aim
rpfnse KiihMtitntes. The genuine is in a
vellow package. C. A. tlatn
A. c. Lofts
HAY AND OATS
Rolled Hurley, Hran, Shorts and
Fourth Str-'t lli-twwo Oak ind Suif
Advertised Letter List
Armstrong, Mrs. Katherine; French.
Miss usie: Hawley, Miss uieiien;
Johnson. Mrs. Albert; Mayberry. Miss
Mattie; McRay, Ida: miner, m. ,
C: Nelson, Miss Louise; Parker, Mrs,
p,,,..r. Miss Winmfred; Wat
ii,. Moi Williams. Irene: (2)
ciy'it, i.io.j , ' . .
Auiormun Tnmmie: nucniiiKiiaiu,
P.; Davis, Guy. W. ; Day s, J. R.
Davis. G. ; Duby. Joe: Eldndge, A.
Ericksun, John E. C-
Green, Carey ; Haielwood Farm: Hood,
p t . n,.mfl.Pt. Joe: Hutchinson,
lo''. Wilv! Kistner. Lewis
Kilingian, Toros ; Landmark. S. 5 Louis,
Loue C. ; Uwery, Jack: Lucke, Frank
Mason, Pearl ; McCloud, W. 4. ; Mey
pr w ii Rnminff. Ed.: Rogers, J
n . o i " ,'i r:i Van Ordt. Dick
iviiu..a k.,.1 Wheeler. Chas.M. ; Wll
...v u'uV Wilkins. Master Leo,
' Jav P. Lucas, Postmaster,
A Dreadful Sight
ii i r....m nf FreevilU?, N.
... .'.'t l,t had planned his
life for vears in spit of many remedies
be tried" At last he used Bucklen s Ar-kk-u
n,l wrote: "it has entirely
healed w ith scarcely a si-ar left.
llnriia l!,ila. KfXema,
Swellines, Corns and
Duly 2.V at Cbas. iN
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., long distance
Pacific Power & Light Co., light and
water. J 18. 20.
State of Oregon, sej p Minis ure
ouom, court nouse supplies,
Shaw & Bronson, care of indigent,
Stewart Hdw. Co., office furniture,
Seaton Construction Cp., bwiWih
Whollet1 publishing Co,, dictionary,
C. D. Thompson, Incidentals, $10.35,
Sam Woodward, burying skeleton, $5,
Wind River Lumber Co., lumber for
Sana WprwJward, salary fire warden
Thos. r . Johnson, expenses aiaie vs
Hood River U lacier, printing ana
S plies. $15.
i. U D umble, coroner's fees, $1
A. H. Fulton, coroner's juror, $1
A. A. Syring, do, $1.
L. Eliff, do. $1.
W. a Smith, do, $1.
Robert Diffin, do, $1.
S. C. Norton, do. $1.
Andrew Vanstrom, coroner's witness
Mt. Hood Milling Uo., lumber lor
M. D. Udell, circuit court juror,
O. M. Uewitt, uo, 4,w,
Geo, Sheppard, do, $4.80.
F. G. Church, do, $3.20.
J. G. Jarvls, do, $3.70.
John A. English, do, $4.20.
Geo. T. Prather, do, $4.60.
J. M. Taylor, do, $4.60.
Delbert Rand, do, $3.40.
S. G. Oxborrow, do, $3.80.
F. S. Smith, do, $3.30.
G. W. Mcintosh, do, $3.60.
T. A. Reavis, do, $3.30.
Harvey. Thompson, do, $3.
Frank Noble, do, $3.30.
S. W. Arnold, do, $3.
W. V. Perry, do, $4.20.
Frank Sherrieb, do, $3.90.
J. M. Schmeltzer, for cashing road
auppy. eneexs, tiiuo.oo.
M. Lee Kingsley, foreman west side
Mrs. J. H. Hunt, care oi inuigeni
Cottage Hospital Association, xo ap
ply on contract, $20.
Boys and Girls Aid Society, subscrip
tion for August, $iu.
W. W. Williams, salary road engin
eer, izo. , , , t ,.
The W. u. Aiurea jo., Duuuing ma
cadam, $2769.06. . .
G. A. Mcuuray, salary commissioner,
O. H. Rhoades. do, $20.80.
C C. Piper, stop watch, $5.
C. M. Hurlburt, surveying, $10.50.
Piles like magic
Rublmr Stamps at the Glacier oflice,
means the besf quality
all the time. Every piece
of lumber in the Stude
baker wagon is air-seasoned
four to five years;
then Inspected rigidly
before being nsed.
Selected New Eng
land black birch bubs;
choice w hite oak spokes
'and felloes; the best butt cut,
second growth hickory axles;
spokes are slope shouldered
and driven into the bubs under
a hundred tons pressure; ironed
and reinforced in every way
that will add strength, with refined iron;
painted in a thorough and durable man
ner. That's why the
has kept the lead from ox team days down to the present day. Every
StudebaVer wagon is made on honor. We sell the Studebaker Wagon
because it fa the kind that gives satisfaction and 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.
O i- jr1 Always
P J) r 1"
U MmiMMh. Front
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 WOOD FINISH AND STAINS
CHAS. N. CLARKE
The Glacier Pharmacy
Why You Should Make This Bank
Its location in. the very center of the business section of
the city at the corner of Third and Oak Streets makes it
especially convenient for business men and employees. It
invites small accounts as well ar large. Its officers are al
ways pleased to lie consulted upon matters of business or in
vestment. Its management is inspired by the highest ideal
of conservatism judicious progreesiveness. There is no
branch of modern banking which this bank cannot perform
in a most satisfactory manner.
Four Ams Drive Negro Crazy.
Four aces dealt i'n a jxker game to
Claude Lyons, a negro prisoner in the
county Jail at Owensborro, Ky., a few
day ago, probably drove him crazy.
He was being held on the charge of
malicious shooting and whiled away
the time by playing with other prison
ers. He. was not in mental condition
to go to court when his case was called
Wednesday. Immediately after view
ing his "hand" he became incoherent,
in which condition he has remained
Dlffstlos and Assimilation.
It is not the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and assimi
lated that gives strength add vitality to
the system. Chamberlain's Stomach
and "Liver Tablets invigorate the
stomach and liver and enable them to
perform their functions naturally. For
sale by all dealers.
that are plump and tend
er, and as savory as any
you ever enjoyed, are
constantly carried by us.
We also carry all game
birds in season.
OUR MEATS ARE FRESH
and every ounce is full of nutritive goodness. We
never buy second grades, but we charge you no more
for the best than if you bought inferior quality.
HOOD RIVER MARKET
S. E. BARTMESS
Funeral Director and Embalm er
EaUMIshed IS Vm
HOOD RIVER, OREOON