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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16,51910
Clnn.le Artmnnn hna purcbtuied a
pew team, and will move unto hln
own rnni-h In tht noar future. We
have ourdoubtal)out bUUiox tlicre
nlone for Any great length of time.
Mm. H. M. Uretner wa summoned
to Lo Angele thla week on account
of tbe IllneM of an aunt living there.
Mr. (relner accompanied her as far an
U. K. Iartlng'n little lrl hit Iwn
Hcrloimly ill tliU week Ixit at thli
writing In Improving.
1 he Weifall mill linn Wu out of
oinimiHMlon for the last two or three
Canned Goods are Much
Diamond "W" Oysters.
Diamond "W" Olives.
Diamond "W" Shrimps.
Diamond "W" Crabs.
Diamond "W" Lobsters.
Diamond "W" Peas.
Diamond "W" Beans.
Diamond "W" Corn.
Diamond "W" Catsup.
Diamond "W" Asparagus
Diamond "W" Syrup.
"GOOD THIN6S TO EAT"
The Star Grocery
PEEIGO & SON
week, due to delay in rvcHvlnjj a new
aaw from Portland.'
F. S. Foreat anil wife were up from
Portland over Suuday to get a touch
of winter. They plan to come up
aoon to Ktay for aome time and get
thing going on the ranch.
The at utup shooter la again In evi
dence on all aidea of u, and the
amount of land dared here thlaaprlng
will be limited only by the amount of
help that can be had. nearly everyone
planning from five to twenty acrea.
Minn liiwa I .u t h y, ut Waahougal.
and Mian Maggie ('line, of Stevenaon,
are vialting frieiuUin Ciulerwood thla
I.uiul.v Stuart received a carload of
lumU-r thla week for hia livery baru,
which he ia making good progreaa.
John Klrwin baa Un at the ranch
for the paat few daya.
Mra. Scott, who has been living In
the Klrwin house thla winter, sprain
ed her ankle badly In getting off a
atreetcar lu Portland the other day.
Mrs. H. S. Adama la up from the
Locks. She found that she could not
stay away from I'nderwood
Numerous shipments of fruit treea
are now arriving at this station, and
our fruit Inspector, P. I. Packard, Is
kept quite busy looking after them.
Our merchant, Mr. M. S. Smith, the
local S. p. & S. agent, together with
the other olliciala of the road from
Portland, attended the "llooster
Meeting" at Uoldendale thla week.
He reporta that he had a good time.
Koliert (line, who has leen Inning
a long alegeof typhoid fever, laapend
Ing a few daya with old friends at
Mr. Gray, of Stevenson, baa pur
chased five lota lu Hamilton's addit
Ion to the town of Underwood, and
expects to build some houses to rent
as soon as tbe weather will permit.
Joe Jarvis went to White Salmon
Monday to attend to some business.
Hans Lage went to Portland on a
business trip last week.
Halph Jarvla visited frleoda on the
eaat aide Suuday.
Mr. and Mra. Wiley were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mason the early
part of the week.
The Ladlea' Aid will meet In social
ABSTRACTS, LOANS, CONVEYANCING,
SURETY BONDS, FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,
PLATE GLASS, LIABILITY, BURGLARY
.ILL WORK GUAR.LVTEED
Waucoma Abstract & Investment Co. (Inc.)
First Door South of Hood River News Office
H. L HOWE, U. S. Commissioner. Land Office Practice
ealon Wednesday afternoon of thia
week wl'h Mra. Waugh.
J. O. Mark has purchased 40 acres
of tli V. I. Hlnrlcha property near
The granger contemplate having
a good literary program and super
In the nenr future.
Catherine Warren counts among
ber treasures a tine piano which
came Into her possession Saturday
of last week.
Frances K. Wltlard memorial exer
cise will bo held ut the church next
Sunday innrtiliig. Mra. Win. Kerr
will give most Interesting paper on
this occasion with appropriate musi
cal selections by the young people.
The Interesting play, eutltled "The
Old District School", to be held at
grange hall Feb. 22, under the aus
pices of tbe Ladles' Aid, should not
be forgotten. It promises to be the
event of the Benson.
The cast of churnctera: Fzeklel
Simpklns, teacher. E E Lage; Deacon
Tldd, Frank Dethman; John Jacob
Astor, Percy Lara way; ratlence
Puddifoot.Mra VanAllen; Ben liutler,
Joe Vnnnler; Tooty Frooty. Mra
Malloy; Cornelius Vanderbilt. Joe
Jarvis; Pernna Jonea, Mrs .1 L Davis;
Jim Ulalne, Carl Johnson; Christo
pher Columbus, August Paasch; 1'et
ey Baruum.Uen Inge; Buster Brown,
Will Johnson; Daniel Webster Mr
Hauson; Lydla Plukham, Mrs J A
Hunt; Jeaae James, Mr Waugh: l.i.a
Ann Suodgrass, Lulu Hunt; Senian
thy Small, Mrs Percy Laraway; Me
hltable Honawoggle, Mrs J O Mark;
Brlghum Young, J L Davis; Mrs
Amanda Jerusha (junckenbush, Mrs
J Clark; Mrs Patience Experience
Bradford, Mrs Paasch; her little boy
two years old, V Wlnchell. Mrs.
Deem will sing one of her pleaslug
selections. Tickets, adults 50c. chil
There will le another rehearsal
Wednesday evening of this week. It
ia hoped all who take part will be
able to attend.
s. e, bartmess
Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS
MOOD RIVER, OREOON
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Insures you against having to plant a second time. Com
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F. H. RflORLAN
THE SINCERITY STORE
Well I should say.
We sell the
Hat for men
It is a Tried and
TrW' no'pixh about
Well, they speak for themselves.
One pair sells another
That's our experience. Try them
Now Say? How about your old Hat?
J Has it worn and held its
shape Just try a
They are guaranteed to hold their shape
and give entire satisfaction. We make
good anything we guarantee.
Home Phone No. 8.
Hood River, Ore.
Building rsew Koaa oea
When Twoh.v Brother, the big mil
road contrite-torn, linlnh their work
of ntralghtenlng and double-tracking
the Oregon Kallrond & Navigation :
Company' line ltetween I tench lit en j
station and The Da lien, the jirenent
rond lied will be abandoned. ;
It In generally known that the l). j
K. & X. I being double tracked In j
thin vicinity, but It will be news to j
most people to utiderntnnd that In-1
Htead of conntructlng one additional
track, nlong the preaent one, Twohy
Brothers will build two new trackn.
Sayn the Chronicle: "We build two
lines letween Dencliu'en and The
DalleH for the . U. & X.," unld John
Twoh.v, Jr. In most places the new
tracks will be at leant 2M) feet from
the one now lined and the prenent
roadbed will be touched in only a
few places by the new linen we are
count ruetlng. Wlien we leave the Job
the (). It. iV X. will have one of the
fluent double roadways lu the coun
The Harden of liden
When Adam first the light he saw.
Many yearn ago
He na!d I'll call this (iarden Hood,
And so he did you know.
1'oor Adam was but mortal man.
With liken ns you and I,
So when he looked the garden o'er
A npitz he thought he spied.
A bile he took a big one too
Now all the world In dull.
For what poor Adam thought u spitz
Was nothing but a cull.
Choice lots lu Itivervlew Park Ad
dition. Ituy your lots before the
prices nd va nee. .1. F. Hatchclder, 2I
Real Estate Bulletin
$100.00 Per Acro-40 acrea ten mile, out, maatly
bruah land, .11 red .hot nil; no tutt land.
Terma, onc-h.lt down.
$250.00 Per Acre-40 arm ix mile, out, . half of
thi. cleared ready for treee. Balanc. eaiiy clear
ing. Cloae to school, church, .tor. and railway,
j Easy terma.
! $100.00 I'er Acre-40 acre, .even mile, out, three
acre, cleared, 3S acrea of thi. An. apple land.
I near church, achool. .tor. and railway. Eaujr
$400.00 Per Acre-All cleared and about one-half
in tree.; .mall houM and bam. Ea.t .id., about
1-2 mile. out. Easy terma.
I12M0 00 fur on. of the moat productive 10 acrea
in the valley; all in tree, and three-fourth, of
orchard full bearing; houa.. barn, .elect neigh
borhood, fin. view. Cloae in.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office next Mt. Hood Hotel
fA it Hour &antl VVitft tftg Zettcxo Who Wakes tfte Satas
$96,000 in Sales He ; 40 Days
E. T. NEAL RANCH $21,000 HEILRRONNER RANCH $30,000
L. H. SMITH RANCH 1 7,000 F. G. CHURCH RANCH
SLAIN RANCH 13,000 S. M. NICHQL RANCH.
I now have 6o good places on the west side listed and I would
like to list 5 or 20 first class places on the east side.
Agent for the Best RESIDENCE LOTS along CASCADE AVENUE
w. r. JVICHOL
At the Drug Store on the Heights
Davidson Fruit Company
We will handle Strawberries and other Fruits again this season
as usualnd will give our customers the benefit of our long experience
in marketing Mood River Fruit.
Call at our office or phon us
General Office Phone 65 Ice Factory and Cold Storage Plant 65
Davidson Fruit Company
HOOD RIVER, OREGON