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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1909
In All Departments of Their Large
Davidson Fruit Company
Tr1 FRUIT DEALERS
JCVi COLD STORAGE
VtTC CRYSTAL ICE
We will handle Strawberries and other Fruits again this season
as usual and will give our customers the benefit of our long experience
in marketing Hood River Fruit.
Call at our ofTic or phono us
General Office Phone 56 Ice Factory and Cold Storage Plant 65
Davidson Fruit Company
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
FARM, FRUIT LAND
AND DAIRY -U-jJri
104 acres, 4 miles from Camas.
60 acres cleared and in high
state of cultivation. 7 acres in
prunes, 4 acres in apples, pears
and peaches. A few walnut
trees. All kinds of berries.
Near church, mile to school.
Good house, well, 2 barns, Im
plement shed. New prune dry
er. All kinds of farm imple
ments and household furniture
included. 1 1 tons of prunes
dried in 1909. Plenty of tim
ber. Finest soil to be found
anywhere in this section. 5
head of cattle, I good team,
hogs. Terms $10,000 cash,
balance In 5 years at 7 percent.
A CARD WILL I3RING FULL INFORMATION
ratton & McAllister
Opposite Depot -:- Camas, Wash'
!V ,V.. ,1V
Pay You to Trade With Them
GO Acres, 4 miles from Camas,
20 acres cleared and in cultiva
tion. Mostly level. All well
fenced. 25 acres heavy tim
ber. Watered by two creeks
and two wells. Fruit trees, 35
walnut trees, 3-4 acre black
berries, strawberries, etc.
Good 8 -room house cost 1000.
Large barn and sheds. 14
mile to school. Near church.
K. F. D. and phone. 7 cows
and hay enough for winter.
Terms 4000 cash and balance
in 3 to 5 years.
$82.50 Per Acre
256 Acres, 4 miles from Camas.
125 acres in cultivation. 1
house and 2 good sized barns.
Good well. Water piped to the
house. Large family orchard.
Will make an Ideal place for
stock. Plenty of good timber
suitable for wood. All can be
cultivated. Terms half cash,
balance on reasonable terms.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
FOR WEEK JUST ENDING
The following lint of real estate
transfers for the week Just ending Is
furnished regularly for the New by
the WaiK'oma Abstract & Investment
Co. (Inc.) of Hood Ulver:
L' tilted States to J ii mem Joss, pat
ent to land In section 14.
Marie Yelguth to ('linn Hall et ux,
warranty deed $1(X), In ml In nee. -4.
Kthel 1 ISutton to Apple Lain
Orchard Co, warranty deed $1, land
lu section 111.
F W Kadford to I, W Hills, deed
land In section 24.
Christian Dethiuan to F W Rad
ford, deed t-0, land In section 24.
C F Gilbert to Joweph F Batchelder
warranty deed 10, 10 acres In sec
Marshall of the city of Hood River
to Geo T Prat her, deed lot 8 block 1.
Marshall of the city of Hood Ulver
to Geo T Prattler, deed 3.25, lots 1
and 2 blin k 27.
Frank Jones to V G Ranks et ux
warranty deed $1, portion of the
northeast quarter northeast quarter
of sectlou a.
F S Perry to W H Marshall, war
ranty deed $10, land In sectlou l!.
V II Marshall to Watson Krvvln,
warranty deed $1.'(H), land In sec. li).
!eorge R Wilbur et ux to Horace
F Rogers, warranty deed $.12(X), land
lu section ID.
11 M Wood et al to Minnie Wood,
warranty deed 10, lots l and lti
block :tl Hood River proer.
W N Nourse to K F Cannon, war
ranty deed $llHH, part of southeast
quarter section township 2 north.
Herbert A Messenger to Alfred Kd
strom et al, warrauty deed $10, por
tion of section 22.
Herbert A Messenger to John
Walkman, warranty deed $10, por
tion section 22.
C F Waldo et ux to William F
Smith et ux. warranty deed $4200, all
of block 1 of I'arkhurst.
Ell Saarl et ux to John Iceland
Henderson, warranty deed $.'1000,
portion of section 22.
Title Guarantee and Trust Co to
Oscar Rrun, J C Hanley, P M Morse
and J P Newell, quit claim deed to
land in sections 4, 5 and 9.
George P Kinsman to Peter Doran
warranty deed $2 KM), land In sec. 'M.
Albert Schiller et ux to Henry A
Ix'wls. quit claim deed 1, part of
north half section :!!.
I' lilted States to John II Dukes,
pateut to land In section HO.
Charlotte Koplin et vlr to May A
Gilbert et al. warranty deed, $.V00,
l" acres In sectlou 27.
Chas Chandler to Zachary Annala
et ux, warranty deed $10, land in
Chas Chandler to Jacob Annala et
ux, warranty deed $10, land In sec
; How One Doctor Successfully Treats
! "In treating pneumonia," says Dr.
; W. J. Smith of Sanders, Ala., "the
j only remedy I use for the lungs is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. While
of course, I would treat other symp
toms with different medicines, I have
used this remedy many times In my
medical practice and have yet failed
to find a case where It has not con
trolled the trouble. 1 have used It
myself, ns has also my wife, for
coughs nnd colds repeatedly, and I
most willingly and cheerfully recom
mend It as superior to any other
cough remedy to my knowledge."
For sale by all good dealers.
Ill Health is More Expensive Than
This country Is now filled with
people who migrate across the conti
nent In all directions seeking that
which gold cannot buy. Nine-tenths
of them nre suffering from throat
and lung trouble or chronic catarrh
Suits cmcl Overcoats
This means every model shown is of advanced fashion,
in guaranteed worsted and woolens of the newest ex
We can tell you the story, but see the window that il
lustrates the whole thing and jot down the prices you
In connection with this
water pressure system we
are doing WELL DRILLING
with our STAR Well Drilling
Outfit. Let us furnish you
with an estimate and infor
mation in regard to this
Office -No. 9 Oak Street
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Phones No. 26
F. L. Davidson 2002-X
reuniting from neglected coldn, and
Hpcndini; fortune vainly tryliiK to
regain lout health. Could every mif
fercr lint undo the ,nnt and cure that
first neglected cold, all this sorrow,
pain, anxiety and expeiine could have
been avoided. (.'hamberlaln'H Cough
Ueniedy In fatuous for Its cures and
can be depended upon. I'se It and
the more serious diseases maj le
avoided. For sale by all good deal
ers." PINE GROVE
The Ladies' Aid will hold a special
meeting at the home of Mrs. K. K.
Lage Wednesday afternoon of this
The W. C. T.
Mrs. J. S. Davis
Mr. and Mrs.
lT. will meet with
next Friday nfter-
.. O. Mark spent
Thanksgiving with their daughter in
Salem, returning home Monday.
Mrs. Win. Loblt spent Thanksgiv
ing M itli her sister in Portland.
Kev. Spauliling, as usual, gave us
a good sermon Sunday morning,
preaching at Odell In the evening
Temperance Sunday was observed
during the Sunday school hour. The
superintendent of Sunday school
teniKTiiuce work, Mrs. Clara Jarvls,
conducting the program. Kxercises
were opened by a mixed quartet of
young voices rendering with much
effectiveness the anthem, "Around
the World the Kibbon White Is
Twined," followed by prayer by the
pastor, responsive reading, solo by
IT'S TIME YOU
"Hallo, Jim. whra did
you put In a water-works
"About a month ago.
Charier, and 1 never
AL!xd bilari how
VV nuc' convenience end
H Vsmlsslna' all this lime."
jif "I tent lur Ire book I
sew advertised, called
1 ' I -How I Solved the Water
Supply IToblem,' and II
opened my eyes, 1 tell you."
" I. I , M. . 1 .Mill
bave running water on my placu
a easily as Iowa people, to 1
ordered an outfit, aet It up my
elt, and it work! to perfection.
It U called the
I put In a bathroom, have hot
and cold water In the kitchen and
laundry and you aee what a strong
pressure 1 have in this hole."
"How do you got that pressure,
"It's very simple, Charley com-
pressed air. You see. my winamiu
pumps water Into a steel tank In my
basement (not the old-fashioned
clumsy, outdoor gravity tank). The
air in this tank, being elastic. Is com
pressed Into the upper halt as the
water enters. This compressed air
then gives a pressure which forces
the water through the pipes all over
the house, the garden and the barn."
"1 can wash my buggies, clean out
the stables, water the gardens, and
due water to the stock so easily. It
seems almost like a dream."
"Then I have absolute Are protec
tion, and that's worth a great deal oa
the farm you know.
Do you want a copy ot tnis
book. Mr. Keader?
It will show you bow easily this
aystem can be applied to your
own farm, and what a time
and labor saver It will prove,
at moderate cua.
Th mle of ttis bok Is "How
I Solved the Water
Nupply lroMem," and
we tNl U A7A to say ooe
iDrerettal. K ' t t writs sow.
hhs U) sut lut it fr,h la vows
lag it. AuUms
Mrs. Davis, recitation by Mrs. Hunt
and closing with the quartet singing
"Tell Mother 1 11 be There," Ole
Spauldiiig carrying the miIo. The
W. C. T. I '. feels grateful for the as
sistance given them In these pleasing
and helpful exercises.
School meeting at Harret t school
house next Saturday at ID a. in. to
vote tax for school purposes.
Our school clerk has been busy the
last week taking census of school
children in the district.
The crew of men working on the
rock crusher were laid off last week.
The county will not do any more
work until Spring tin acount of
rainy weather nnd soft condition of
C. L. Morse road supervfsor has
been engaged In the past week haul
ing ris'k to Indian Creek bridge re
cently washed out by the hard rains.
Equity in Portland resi
dence for Hood River
fruit land. Balance of
purchase price can be
taken up by monthly
145 and 289.
MARION MAC RAE
t lj CAM (LOCK COMt
: r tit: -ra
II. C. BROCK, Res. Hgr.
Home Phone 62-K
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