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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1909
When making out your Xmai Shopping
Liit don't forget KODAKS. A com
plete Btock a'
Plath's Drug Store
Live Local 'Copies
The niei'tliitf of the I. adieu' (iuild of
St, Mark'H church will be held thin
week at the home of Mrn. Savage. It
In expected that Itlxh
p I'addock will (
We have customers for one twenty acre tract of young
orchard, for one ten acre tract mostly in bearing and
for several tracts of brush land or partly improved
lands. If you have land for sale and your price is right
we can sell it.
B. E. DUNCAN & CO.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
be prcHt-iit to tuke up IiiimIiichh mat
t"rn In connection with the work tf
1. K. Mlchi'll lutH bought out the
Job printing i-HtahliHhiiifiit of A. ('.
lycndiT anil will conduct It Id future.
Mr. Michcll woh formerly coniicctei
with The llalli-H Chronlcln and later
published the .Skaiiianla i'lont-er.
Arthur Clarke, the Jeweler, haH re
Htocked IiIh Mtore with a new Helec
tton of wutcheH, clockH, diamond,
Jewelry and Hllverware and inakeH
an aiinouiiceineut In another column
to the holiday trade.
Held on Charge of Murder
S. It. 1wU, the O. It. & X. track
watchman who In held reHponnlble
for the wreck aud death of l-.ntilneer
TIiom. Kc'Kern at Warrendale, nun
arretted at The bullen lat Tiienday
by Ietectlve IM Wood and leputy
Sheriff Archie I-eonard.
I-ewlrt, who Ih :'! yearn old, ndiuitn
deMcrtlntf hin pout. It In not clear,
however, that he can be held on the
charge which han been preferred
aaliift him, as the court may hold
that he WHlTentltled to (lllit When he
felt dinponed to do ho.
Me wan taken to Portland for a
hearing on the charge of muni r.
Music furnished for all occasions.
Irmtrumenlation from three piece to any num
AddresH or phone
C O IM E W INI A fM
Hood River, Oregon
of a sensible nature and of thoroughly reliable quality can be found in
large quantities at this popular trading place. Our stock comprises a
large assortment of articles suitable for Christmas Gifts for old and
young. We are glad to show them to you and make deliveries at any
Holmes & Edwards Silverware
Keen Kutter Carving Sets
Ever Wear Aluminum
Old Abey French Handpainted
Hammered Brass Goods
Fancy Table Lamps
AdttrtiMmants for Insertion under this heeding
w.M be charged lor et the rate ot 25c per month tor
(usually) three Hnet-no display. Cash should
accompany copy, otherwise payable by the 10th of
the month. As medium lor reaching the people
the News stands alone and unexcelled.
REAL E8TATE AND RENTALS
Houae for rent on Sherman avenue near Sher
man Frank 'a. Free waiter, or city water if
preferred. Inquire Mr. Elizabeth Young, No. 1
Sherman avenue, 4.V4K-p
A good room in houae to sell at 312 1-2 Oak street.
Lan be run for boarding.
dining room, kitchen and
100 acre of land in upper Huod River
A valley, 1 1-2 miles northeast from
Enquira J. L. Carter, phone 1W-M.
Wanted Scrip for half a section. Addreea A.
New office. 4S-61-P
War Sale-3 room house, lot 60130 to 10-foot
A alley, fenced all around, water in, tree; price
tiM: caiih, balance monthly payments. Phone
3(ri-M. 4H-51-P ,
UVr Sale Beautiful building place extending
Columbia to Durham, near 12th; hitch, dry and
ilfhlly; overlookintr the Columbia; excellent view
of Mt. Adams; altogether the most scenic spot in
the world. Good neiirhborhood in the famous
Kiverview Park Addition, Hood River. Address
B, News office. 4S-52-P
HOR8E8, COWS, PIQ8, CHICKENS, ETC.
VTanted A young pony, must be young, sound
' and gentle for children. A.M. Foley, phone
Cow for sale-U. A. Newman, RD1, phone 3222X.
fhickena for ta. Extra choice full-blood Rhode
Come quick if you
want lirHt pick. Inquire of A. L. Page, phone
IL'IX. Hood River, or P. W. Radford, near Pine
Frr Sale Registered Jersey calf from cow
, Kairy Bowers. 2nd., due to be calved November
I 12th. Sire and dam are show winners from a herd
i sveraxing 4.2 pounds butter fat annually. Calf
i bull or heifer, to be taken from cow when
; two days old. W. P. Allen, C rapper district.
Tlorse for sale Gentle and broken to work
single. double or under the saddle. R. H.
Wallace Shadow Brook Farm. Phone 190M. 46-49
Horse to let for its feed. Address 717 Eugene
street. Hood River. 46-49-p
tVr Hir-A hora. for hir. for th winter for hii
knap to rmpunsihla parties only, la oun.
ffentle and broken todriv. injfl or double, fcn-
quire Mm. Louim Hoyden, K.D.No.3. 46--e
T have a few chicken and turkeyt for sale.
Phone Miaa Markley. S45-L. After p. m.. U-B.
Jor Sale-A fw choica brown Leghorn hen and
1 a- a a. r.. 1 a I Lf I.... a... - . L a I
. .. . wjiii. aw .ilia. Cjnquirv, a). J
Carter, phone I SI -Id. 47-60-p
lUanUrf-A new mil-h eowW."susbbinT
Phono laxa-L. 47-5t-e
TTave oorx. ren tie farm team I would let noma
reponible peraon have for their feed this
winter. S. J. Frank. 47-SO-e
Phone Mr. IlTATMoore. 159-M.
Por Sale ( htp-(l aecond-hand top buiriry.
t'Si: alito two-aeated canopy top aurrey, HO.
Apply at 1012 Mull In.i .1 u..,..
j T?or Sale-Good saddle horse, weight 9J0 pounds:
I mlmn .inula. .1 a I ; j.r . '
-- ' auuhiiil teiepnone
LOST AND FOUND
T ost-Ladies Gold watch and chain. Watch en
" graved Z. chain helder engraved E. Finder
plEase return to this office and claim reward.
AVTanted-A man and family toukeeharge of
' n improved fruit farm. HX) acres, good houae
ana um. ana wno will alao buy an interest there
" German or Skandinavian preferreil. Enquire
of John Leland Henderson, Incorporated. 46-tf-c
T a ranc
A position by a man and wnmnn nn
ch. Kither to hire or t.i rent it in
quire at News office. 4t-4!.
Japanese school boy wants a position in a private
" family, or in any place before and after school
hours, i'hone 'AVi-l box 22. 4-4i-p
AVanted-An exjierienced man with small fam-
' " lly want employment on a ranch. Inquire or
write H. F. Cooper. SKIS Wilson street. Hood
River. Oregon. 47-i-c
Jaiianese boy wants any kind of day work. 25c
an nour. au up mal, OT write e. o. Ki,x
VALLEY ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Motice is hereby given that the annual meeting
'of the stockholders of the above named com
pany will be held at Granra Hall Mount Hwf
Oregon, on the lath day of December, law. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at which meeting will be held the
annual election of the Board of Directors, reading
of the President's report, and such other business
as may properly be brought before such meeting.
jaieci ana published this 24th day of November,
1SW. H. B. LANGII.I.R.
VTanted-Bids for 30 ricks oak and 80 ricks fir
wood for the ensuing year will be received as
late a 7 o'clock p. m. Dec. IK. IU". bv the under.
aigned or by the director. Said wood to be 3 feet
long. c from live, sound timber, and delivered
between July IWith and Sent. 1st at Pine Grove
school, and ricked in basement and wood shed.
K. H. Waugh, Clerk School District No. 7. 4H-.V-c
LEOAL AND OTHER NOTICES
Notice For Publication
T")EPARTMENT of the Interior. U.S. Land Office
1-at The Dalles. Orenon. November 22nd 140M
Notice is hereby given that EMERY B. WALSH,
of Mount Hood. Oregon, who, on July 21st,
Iff, made Homestead, No. 0275. for Lots 1. 2 and
SE1-4NE1-4. Section 4. Township 1 South. Range
10 East. Willamette Meridian, has hied notice of
intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described, before
Henry L. Howe, L'nited States Commiamoner, at
his office, at Hood River, Oregon, on the 3rd day
of January, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses:
John Hoajrland, of Hood River, Oregon. Edward
Rood, of Mt. Hood. Oregon. Adam Gassman, of
Mt. Hood, Oregon, William Smullen. of Mt. Hood,
Oreifon. C. W. MOORE.
Nut Crackers and
Silver Knives and
Nutlet lor Publication
TVpartment of the Interior. IJ. S. I-nd Office at
The I Ml lee. Oregon, November lUth, l'J"K.
Notice is hereby given that Hannah Kairfowl,
of Iee, Oregon, who, on June 3nh, l.iOH. made
HomesteaI, (.Serial No. 044i6, No. UttM.
for W1-2NE1-4. W1-2SE1-4. Section 7, Township 1
North, Range 10 East, Willamette Meridian, ha
Aled notice of intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to eetabliah claim to the land above
described, before the Register a.id Receiver of
the United States Ijind Ottice. at The Dalles.
Oregon, on the 27th day of December.
Claimant names a witneasea: C. G. Roberts.
Albert Schiller. W. H. Marshall. John K. Mackie.
all of Dee. Oregon. C. W. MOORK,
Totic is hereby given that the undersigned has
A' been duly appointed by the Hon. County Court
of the State of Oregon for Hood River County to
be administrator with the will annexed of the
estate of PETER KOPK E, deceased. All person
having claim against said estate are hereby noti
fied to prese: the same, duly verified, to me. at
the office of A. A. Jayne. in Hood River, Oregon,
within six months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice. WM. EHKCK.
Administrator with the Will Annexed tti the
Estate of Peter Kopke, Deceased.
Date of First Publication Nov. V, 1909.
Tn the County Court of the State of Oregon. .'.
AHood River County. In the Matter of the Estate
of ENOCH CORNELL. Deceased. Notiot is
Hereby Given by the undersigned. Cora Cornell,
executrix of the estate of Enoch Cornell, deceased,
to the creditors and all persons having claims
against the estate of aaid deceased, to present
their claims with proper voucher within six
montn alter the nrst publication of this notice,
to said executrix, at Room 14. Hall Block, in the
City of Hood River, in raid county and state.
Date of Publication Nov. 17.
4-&0-c CORA CORNELL. Executrix.
Rosea, Shrubs and Vines in good assortment for
fall planting. Peonies 1 and 4-year old. 35c to
$1.00 each. Hordy Pheox. Bell Flowers, Cuapan
you. Oriental Poppies, ready now. A full line of
pot plants at Franz'. Phone for cut flower.
FLETCHER fc FLETCHER
G. H. CARRIER
Dealer In Pianos. Also Tuner anil Re
palrer. From Boston and Oberlin Con
servatory of Music. Permanent resi
dence, 914 Eugene Street, Hood River.
A. W. MEYERS
Cigars, Tobaccos and Confectionery
Cascade Locks, Oregon
3 Store buildings on lot 50x100
on Alberta street on car line in
the growing part of Portland;
will trade for 10 acres of planted
orchard in Hood River.
We want 10 or 20 acres of un
cleared land 20 acres planted to
Let us hear from you and what
you have to sell.
RAND, READ & CO.,
3 1 6 Board of Trade Bldg., Portland , Or.
National Life Insurance Co.
of U. S. A.
Over One Million Dollars of
Insurance in Fore in Hood
For rates or information apply to
J. M. Schmeltzer
Local Representative, or
A. B. Combs
State Manager, Portland
A. V. O NT HANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on First Mortgages
Fire Insurance in best Companies.
Surety Bonds of all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
305 Oak Street
Lane & L
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak St., oppoaite Smith Block. Hood River. Ore.
W. C. ADAMS
Plans Furnished When Desired
Phone 1 8 3 L
Real sidle Bulletin
10 ACKKS-1 mile from town; fcna, 1 to 3 year
Kl trw!; 1 acre 5 year oMn; frond houae. bam, home.
tool, etc.: 2 1-2 acrea berne. 17, .Vnt. Term.
13 ACKKa-2 1-2 miles out. 12 arc in 2 year
old trees; 12 aeree of heme between trees, iT'oxl
house, free water: S acres truck iranlen land; 3
acreci uncleared. $10.(fc0. Easy terms.
20 ACKKS-HeM part of Fast side 5 mile out;
6 acrea in 3 year old Spiti and Newtons; 1 1 acres
uncleared; every foot very bvst of noil. A-l lot.
This is clone to church, school, store and Mt
We hav a irond selection of unclear! cloae in.
We rerreaent aome of th bent tan dan I insur
ance eompani-! aud reictrully solicit a ior
tion of your busmen.
To contract clearing 5 and
10 acre tracts or brush land.
C. J. CALKINS,
Hood River Vinegar Co.
Duffy & Zimmerman
freob Bread, pics
and Cakes daily
SFancy and Wedding Carta
.Had a to Order
Successors to T. H. Williams
Live and Dressed
I am prepared to furnish and
deliver to the people of the city
Live and Dressed Poultry at
market prices. Phone 211-L
for delivery at any time.
Foust & Howe
Automobile and Bicycle
Band Sawing:, Gas and Steam En
gines Rebuilt. Machine work of
Sixth and Columbia Streets. Phone 109-x
IN CLARKE COUNTY
FOR SALE BY
The Camas Realty Go.
TO THE HOME SEEKER:
There are several reasons why you
should look over this part of Clarke
County before you settle on a place
for a home.
"The North Bank Road" gives us the
large cities of the Northwest for a mar
ket. The soil Is deep and rich and is
well adapted to the raising of all kinds
of fruit. Prunes, apples, pears, grapes,
and all of the small fruits are grown
here to near perfection. Stock rais
ing and dairying is a source of profit
to a large number of farmers in this
region. The price of land Is from 25
per cent to 50 per cent cheaper than
In other parts of the Northwest, and a
careful perusal of the following des
cribed places for sale by us will sub
stantiate that statement.
Very truly yours,
THE CAMAS REALTY CO.
No. 14. 20 a Pre. 12 acrea cleared. 4)0 bearin
apple trees, 100 prune trees, 5 acres meadow, bal
ance slashed. Price $3,000.
No. IX 75 acrea, half cleared, fine 10 room
house, stone basement, good well, tank and wind
mill piped for irrigation, larce barn 40xJ. team of
horse, all tools and 1-3 crop, 4 miles from Camas
on road to Vancouver. Price $10,000.
No. 17. 40 acres, 20 acres cleared. 1 team, har-
nesa. wajron, burio plow, harrow, cultivator,
mower and rake. 3 cow a, 125 fuit trees, ulace wat
ered by spring, good 7 room houae and barn. All
crops go with place, 1 1-4 miles from Camas.
No. -jo. H3 acres, tv acres cleared. 7 acrv in
bearing prunes, apples, etc., arood 7 room house.
Kid prune dryer and barn. 3 head cattle. 1 team
horse. 1 -year-old colt. Situated on county road.
R. F. V.. 5 miles from town. Price $6,500.
No. 13. HO acres, T0 acres cleared and in good
cultivation, S acres in prunes, 3 acres in appk's.
pears and variety of small truit, very deep soil,
watered by 2 wells, timber enough on place for
u.e. 6 room hue. b.g burn 4?x.x. new binder,
hay baler, new wagon and hack, mowing machine
and rake, new cider pros. all small tools, chicken
house and It chickans, vriod fruit dryer. 1 team
horses, 2 cows. This plae raised 70 tons of hay
last year and will h;ivo front 70 to tons thi
year. Fverythlr.g with the place. Smiles
out Price $.v:i0
No. M. 9 acres, all in cultivation. Good soil,
good water, loO fruit trees all in bearing. 1 mll
trees 2 years old. cherries and peaches, li bear
ing raspberry plant in g.xd condition, all kind of
small fruit. 5 room house and barn. This place in
only 2 miler from Cain as. A beautiful liitl' home.
No. So. l'i acres. ? aires in cultivation. 12
acres slashed, seod.1. about Tin) cords of green
standing timber. All "f the land ;. he cul'.vat
ed. Between 2 ounty na.N, 4 miles -rn C ."vta
and 10 miles from Vancmim-r. Price ft."-', rtn .
No. 5. 24 acres, all cleared a-id in cu i- o
120 fruit trees. I-and all fenced and crww f u : ,
g.od ( rom hou-te. barn u, 2 wells : .ac".
This place is 2 mi U-a from Camas. !rice I '.',
X acre. S acres in cultivation, very deep, ru h
soil, entirely free from rock. 2 miies fpm Caraa.
Clatke County. Wa-di. $l.'0
2) acre 2 acr- s in cultivation. fruit tree,
fine deep il. g'nt new 7 nom hm4 and barn,
free fnm .-o k, 2nnir from Camus. Clarke county,
Wah. I'nce l-'.'-M.
W rite I s for I urther Information.
The CAMAS RI-ALTY CO.
CAM S. CLAKKti COl N 1Y.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office next Mt. Hood Hotel