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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1910
Men, Women and Children
"There is just simply nothing to it." No matter what the item of
wear is, -this store toill shobv you the best there is to be
shotvn. Our Ladies9 Suits and Coats, our Men's and
'Boys9 Clothing, our Thoes, Hats, Glomes, JVecRbvear,
etc., are the very best we can secure and our prices are always
consistent. J J
OUR LADIES' SPRING COATS, ALL $4.90 to SlftOO
FRANK A. CRAMg
Our Children's Spring Coats are
$2 50 to $6.00
Live Local Copice
Mrs. E. C. Hand has been visiting
relatives and friends Id Mllwaukle
and St. Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Temple were here
Sunday, from Portland, lnsectlng
their ranch. '
H. S. Oliver, a brother-in-law of
Rev. J. L. VanNuys, of the I'pper
Valley, was here a few days last
week and may decide to locate.
Karly Roue seed potatoes at White
heads. Expert Piano Tuner. i. H. Carrier
Phone 210 K."
A. A. Jayne has money to lend at
6 per cent on good security.
For results, list your orchard land
with revlln & Flrebaugh."
Copy for advertisements should be
in the office by Monday morning.
Style Shop announces Easter show
days on and after March 1". Your
Inspection is Invited.
Hazelwood sweet cream and ice
cream can lie obtained In quantities
from now on at Ross & Richard's.
I have a client who wants to bor
row $:J0O for two years. Will pay H
per cent and secure note with first
mortgage on improved real estate
valued at fWXi. Phone :ios-M. S.W.
Stark. Eliot lildg."
Chas. T. Early, Attorney A. A.
Jayne, E. O. Clanchar and Pr. J. F.
Watt were Portland visitors Thurs
day. Everybody Interested In baseball Is
requested to attend a meeting to be
held in the Commercial Club rooms
Friday evening March -."tli for the
purpose of organizing a good club
here this year.
(jucco Tree Protectors at White
head's." Our specialty Is orchard lands. Dev
11a & Flrebaugh."
Geo. I J. Culbertson & Co. write nil
kinds of Insurance, Fire, life, acci
dent, plute glass aud bonds."
If you have property to list phone
the office and Mr. E. W. Howland of
our firm, will call on you. R. E.
Choice lots in Rlvervlew Park Ad
dition. Buy your lots before the
prices advance. J. F. P.atchelder, 215
There are still ten land bargains in
the Adams Paradise farm tract
which I am going to sell during the
next ninety days at prices und terms
that can't be duplicated in the val
ley. Enquire of M. 1. Isenlerg at
office of A. C. Ruck, in Rrosius building."
(ieo. T. Prather has been about
town for a few days having come up
from California on a business trip
The Gem put on a feature In Cuba
de Schone, who Is said to !e the only
Indian girl iu vaudeville and who
sang the popular Indian song "Se
attle" Monday and Tuesday even
ings. Her performance was well
worth seeing. The Gem anuounees
a particularly attractive program
for the rest of the week, In addition
to Miss de Schoue.
A full line of poultry supplies at
Money to loan. Apply to Geo. I).
Culbertson & Co."
Wanted GlrU to sew Hallocks at
the Rox Factory."
Buy two good lots for a little money.
Payments on your own terms.
Phone 168K, or address 1-D, care of
Have buyers for some Improved
and unimproved fruit farms. Call
ami list your place with Geo. D. Cul
bertson & Co.
C. W. Edmunds, M. I., eye, ear,
nose and throat diseases exclusively.
Office hours !::!0 a. ni. to 4p.m.
Phone 43. Res. .T.12 E.
We are now equipped with a first
class automobile and are In a posi
tion to show your property. Call
und see us. R. E. Duncan & Co.
Those choice residence lots on Cas
cade avenue In Rlvervlew Park will
not last long. Make your choice be
fore the lest lots nre gone. J. F
Ratehelder, 21." Cascade avenue.
BARGAIN HUNTERS READ CAREFULLY
75 Acres right in the heart of the valley,
16 acres in commercial orchard, Newtowns
and Spitzenbergs, half of which are in full
bearing, the balance being 1 to 5 years old;
14 acres more in cultivation, balance in pine
and oak timber; light clearing; large, well
built house with modern plumbing; stock,
farm implements and everything included.
35 A cres -20 acres of which are under
cultivation and planted to standard varie
ties of apples, mostly Yellow Newtowns
and Spitzen bergs, one-third of which is in
full bearing, balance of the place, 13 acres,
is partly cleared. Improvements consist of
an 8-room house, large stone apple house
5-room tenant house and good barn; also
a new pumping plant which cost $700. Lo
cated 4 1-2 miles from Hood River on coun
ty road. This place will sell for $40,000
within a year, and is a big snap at. .$30, 000
14 Acre$ - about 7 miles out on the West
side, all under cultivation but 2 acres, as
follows: 5 acres in full bearing commer
cial orchard, also 210 young Newtowns and
Spitzenbergs, spring planting; 3 acres in
strawberries. Improved with new, mod
ern 5-room bungalow and good barn; spring
water piped into house. Price, including
good team, wagons, harness, good cow and
all necessary farm implements $12,000
26 2-3 Acre 7 miles east of Hood River,
on county road, 25 acres of which is in one-year-old
orchard of Newtowns and Spitzen
bergs with a few Ortieys for pollenizers; 2
acres in strawberries; slightly rolling, suf
ficient for good drainage and is a fine red
shot soil $5000 cash will handle.
Swetland Building DEVLIN &
PORTLAND, OREGON FIREBAUGH
25 Acres 20 acres very best orchard land,
5 acres in Newtowns and Spitzenbergs, one
and three year old; nine acres partly cleared
new 4-room house, springand creek gives
free water for irrigating. Nicely located
on main county road, only 4 miles from
town. We can sell this for a short time
only at $5500; $3500 cash. You will have
to act quick to get this.
Acres improved with a good house
and large barn, 3 miles from town on main
county road, near school. 9 acres under
cultivation and in orchard as follows: 2 1-2
acres in 7-year old Newtowns and Spitzen
bergs; 1 1-2 acres in 5 year old Spitzen
bergs; 1 acre in 1-year old Newtowns and
Ortieys, besides family assortment of vari
eties of fruit; 2 1-4 acres of strawberries
and blackberries, planted between the
trees. Price $10,000; easy terms.
10 Acres 5 miles out on West side, in
choice district on main county road. 5 1-2
acres in young orchard of Yellow New
towns and Spitzenbergs, 1 and 3 years old.
45 trees assorted family orchard, two and
three years old; 2 acres in clover and the
balance of the place in light timber. Im
proved with large 7-room house, with all
modern conveniences. Good barn and other
outbuildings. A bargain at $8500. Terms.
40 acres unimproved land 8 miles from
Hood River on the East side; 30 acres of
this tract is perfect orchard land with good
drainage and is the biggest bargain in the
alley at the price; only .$4500
5 Acres 2 1-2 miles out on main road; all
cleared ready to set to orchard; nicely lo
cated in good district; improved with new
barn and small house. Irrigated from far
mer's ditch. Price $3500.
H. R. B. &. T. Co. Building
HOOD RIVER, ORKCiON
Rum To Mr. nnd Mrs. Sauford
Tate March 17, a boy.
C. O. Metzker, representing the
I'liitype company was here Thursday
In the Interests of that concern.
The Jack-Pot. now Millionaire's
Club, has bought forty acres in the
I'pper Valley owued by Mrs. Joseph
L. Groff. The sale was made by
John Inland Henderson, Inc.
Easter Sunday the Baptist church
will have morning service at 11
o'clock and vesper service nt 4:".() p.
m. The afternoon service will con
sist of a program of Easter music
with a brief address on the theme of
the day, closing with the administra
tion of the ordinance of baptism. A
cordial invitation Is extended.
The schedule of the O. R. & N. dem
onstratlon train which was an
nounced to be here from 1:45 to 3:4.1
has been changed so It III arrive at
2:4. and depart at 4:4." Wednesday,
March 30th. The train passed through
here Sunday nlaht on Its way east
fully equipped and with the experts
and a number of prominent railroad
Early Rosa seed potatoes at White
Rex Stock Food sold under a guar
antee to give satisfaction or your
money refunded at Whitehead's Feed
For Rent An elegant front ofllce
or sleeping room in the Davidson
building. Steam heat. Apply at
room 8 or at Eight & Water ofllce."
For a, good hot lunch call In at
Ross & Richards Oyster rooms. Haz
elwood sweet cream served with our
coffee, and also for sale In any quan
tity." The Apple Growers' I'nlon has on
hand a carload of Rex Lime and Sul
phur Solution, nnd more on the way.
They will also sell Rlack I-eaf and
Arsenate of Ixad. Your orders so
licited." I'pper vi;lley I have 70 3 acres,
small house and barn, nearly all
good; adjolnes 150 acre-tract Just
cleared and set to trees. A buy. W.
H. Marshall. Dee."
Don't fall to see M. P. Isenlterg
about the Adams acreage. All sales
up to date have been made to local
Investors. It will pay you to look
up this property, both as to loca
tion and terms."
The Willamette Glee Club of the
Willamette University will give an
entertainment In the Hood River op
era house March the 2!)th, under the
auspices of Class No. 3 of the M. E.
Mrs. W. S. Arnold was In Portlaud
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Pert Stranahan left Monday
for Rufus for a visit with relatives.
Roswell Shelly who spent the
winter In California has returned to
Carson and was a Hood River visit
The Raptlst church is observing
I asslon week by service each evening
at 7::). The opening meeting ave
promise of pronounced Interest. On
Sunday the main Easter service will
be held at 4:30 in the afternoon.
Work on the First National bank
building has U-eii commenced again
and the outer walls are rapidly tak
ing shape. The. tablet for the bank's
new quarters was placed over the
Gucco Tree Protectors at White
heads." If your horse Is run dowu aud out
of condition and you want to get
him In shape to do good strong
work buy a pail of Rex Stock Food.
It will do the Job. Whitehead's."
Now Is the time to get your Pana
ma hats and bring them to the
French Perislan Cleaning works and
have them made over Into a hat.
Have Just received the negligee block,
the latest for Panamas. Phone 34.VM
The Willamette Glee Club needs no
advertising as the Club Is one of the
best organizations t bat c Jiild possl
bly be chosen from any University
from coast to coast. Seats will Ik.'
on sale at Clarke's drug store. lA-t
everybody come and give the class a
boost. Admission 35c and 5k
You know what a, good teacher
means to a child. You know what
he means to a community. We
must have schools and we must have
schools and we must have teachers.
The Normal school Is now submitted
free from politics. That's the way
you want It kept. If you pay taxes
on f KJUO, It will cost you four cents a
year to maintain the State Normal
at Monmouth. Vote "Yes" on this
National Life Insurance Co.
of U. S. A.
Over One Million Dollars of
Insurance in Force in Hood
DEATH CLAIM PAID PROMPTLY
For rates or Information apply to
J. M. Schmeltzer
Local Representative, or
A. 15. Combs
State Manager, Portland
Parties Interested In ralslngcucum
bers this season for the Hood River
Apple Vinegar Co. kindly phone or
call at the factory as we are desirous
of having the contracts closed at an
The Steamer TEAL
leaves Portland for The Dalles, Big
Hddy, and way points, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m.,
returning Mondays, W ednesday s and
Fridays, leaving the Dalles at 7 a. m.
Resumed service Feb. 1st, 1910.
A. W. ONTHANK
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.
308 Oak Street Hood Rirer
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
L. E. Foust
Automobile and Bicycle
Gear. Cutting and Fitting-.
All kinds of Machine work
done. Prices reasonable.
Sixth and Columbia Street. Phone Mft-x
Our Experience is
worth money to
B. E. DUNCAN & CO.