The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, March 30, 1910, Page 7, Image 7

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Physician and Surgeon
Residence, Oak and Park. Office. Oak and Smd
Office hour, 10 to 11 a. m., I to S and T to 8 p. m.
Booms t, 4 and t, Broalua Block. Hood Rlvor. Or.
Physician and Surgeon
Calla promptly answered In townlor country, day
or n!ht.
Telephonea-Rasldenee (11. Office 811
Offlc In the Brasiua Buildinc.
Physician and Surgeon
Offlco over rirat National Bank
Homo phono. Ra.TlB;:Offloa phono 71
Hood Rivor. Orea-oa
Physicians and Surgeons
Eliot Block Phono M
Hood River, Oreiron
J. F. WATT. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offlco. Homo phono 30. Reaidenen, KB
Hood Rivor. Oregon
Dr. M. H. 8 harp Dr. Edna B. Sharp
Osteopathic Physicians
Graduataa of the American School of Oiteopathy,
Kirk.yille. Mo.
Office in Kliot Huildin
Phono-Oflice 10L Keeidence 102-B.
Hood River. Oregon
Office. Hall Building, over Butler Banking Co
Office phone 28. Residence phone tS-B
Hood River. Oregon
H. Dudley W. Pineo, D. D. S.
Office over Pint National Bank
Office- Home phone 1S1. Residence-Home 131-B
Huod River, Oregon
Licensed Veterinarian
Hood River. Oregon
Smith block Hnod River. Oregon
Attorney at Law
Smith Block Jurer Ft ret National Bank
Phone M ' Hood River. Oregon
John Leland Henderson
Attorney at Law
Hood River, Oregon
Hall Building
Hood River, Oregon
Attorney at Law
Eliot Building. Phone 80PM
Hood River. Oregon
Notary Public and Insurance
Room 12. Broalua Block
Hood River, Oregon
Davidson Building
Phone 61
City Engineer and Surveyor
Niwcll, Gombtt Walsh
Davidson Building Hood River, Oregon
Trio Orchestra
Moale furnished for all orcaaiona.
Instrumentation from three pieces to any num.
ber desired.
Address or phone
M-X or K9-L. Hood River, Oregon
Hall Building
Hood River, Oregon
"AilvvTtlNlnK tiring sueorss" If
what you advertise U'lint out your
15 he Open Season
for land is on, and the
a guide and get in the game.
NO. 0. Fine residence and lot ml
Joining Dr. Shaw', two blocks from
depot. $2,600.
NO. 10. Three fractional lota nil
Joining "The Firs," ' near school
house, unimproved. $1,000.
NO. 11. Quarter block IiuhIiicmh
property, adjoining Jackson's, oppo
site court house, f lO.iiOO. May le
sold separately at $(5,0)0 for the cor
ner lot and $V)O0 for the Hide lot.
NO. 12. Itesldence lots, Sherman
avenue and on top of hill. $175 and
NO. 23. On Sherman avenue, three
blocks from depot.
Lots 9 & 12, ISloek 24. Hood Hlver
proer $00.
Lots 3 & IS, Iilotk 24, Hood Hlver
proper. f.fcK).
Lots 2 & 10, Block 24, Hood Hlver
proM-r. $..0.
NO. 27. A lot and a half on Cnt-
cade. fs2.".
NO. 30. Lots 14 and !.", Block 13.
Barrett Slpma Addition. $800.
NO. 40. 7 Itooin house, 3 lots and
lance barn, on the Height), f 3,(W0.
NO. 4."). (i Itnuro bouMe on Cuxcade,
$2,200. (iood terms.
NO. 40. Two lots and two bonnes
thereon. East part of town. $1,0."0.
The lower one 5 room houne and
full lot, $050.
NO. !2. A lot and a fraction and a
bouse of Ave rooms and a fraction,
on Sherman avenue. $2."00.
NO. 55. Small house and IMIxI.jO
foot lot, on the Heights. $'.150.
NO. CO. Two nicely located renl-
dence lot close to buslnens center.
NO. CI. Four teautlfully located
lots on the Heights overlooking the
Columbia. $1,200.
NO. 62. Four good laying lots on
the HetKhts, $850.
NO. 7!). Two of the lest lot on
the Heights. $050.
NO. 85. Three room house and
two lots on Montello Avenue. A
beautiful view. $750.
NO. 92. Two nicely located lots In
Wlnans addition. $500.
. East Side
NO. 4. 11 acres at Leuz elation;
10 set to standard trees; small house
and barn. 5o0 per acre.
NO.21. SO acres, 8 miles out on east
side; CO ncres Al apple land; 10 acres
1 to 6 year trees; 5 acres In potatoes;
7 acres partially cleared. $8,500.
NO. 41. 40 Acres, 7 miles out on
eHst side. Some improvements.
$4. (MM.
NO. 80. A good forty In 2 N 11. $50
per acre.
NO. 91. Fifteen ncres splendidly
located, close In. 13 ncres In orchard
four ncres mixed, bearing; balance In
3-year standard varieties. Good
house, barn and apple house. $1(1,
000. Ootid terms.
NO. 95. Forty acres, one year; half
pears, half apples. Trice $lfi,000
cheaper than you can buy raw land,
clear and plant.
NO. 99. Sixty acres, fifty In or
chard; thirty acres In six year stan
dard apples, two-thirds Newtowns,
balance mostly Splti. $50,000.
NO. 100. 20 acre orchard; 7 acres 9
year, balance 3 and 4 year. Good
bulldlugs; near store and school.
NO. 104. Twenty ncres near store,
school, church and station. 16 acres
In orchard, f bearing, balance 3 and
4 year trees. $18,000. Easy terms.
NO. 105. Forty acres, half In or
chard, $750 per acre. Easy terms.
West Side
NO. 7. 10 acres adjoining "Better
Fruit" ranch, 9 acres In trees, 4 and 5
year, good Improvements. $8,000.
NO. 10. 20 acres In Oak Orove dlst.
6 ncres cultivated, 4 acres In 3 to 7
year trees, small house and barn.
$5,000. Very easy terms.
NO. 29. 5 acres, 3 miles from town,
all cultivated, 150 trees, house, barn,
chicken houses and yards, $4,500.
NO. 33. 2X acres close to town,
all In trees, buildings new nnd good.
A neat, clean place. $3,000.
NO. 42. 140 Acres, flr nnd oak, 8
miles out on west side. Very ensy
terms. $15,400.
NO. 43. Two SO's In 2 North 9, one
at $40, the other nt $50. Half cash,
NO. 48. 20 Acres. (Iood piece of
land. 10 miles out on West side.
NO. 49. Ten ncres, three miles west
of ball park. Seven ncres In 5, 3 nnd
1 year trees. A lot of small fruit.
Good house and barn. $8,000.
NO 57. 20 acres 1 miles from l
O.on state road. 12 acres cultivated,
8 acres In orchard. Admirable site
for a sanitarium or summer hotel.
ret.'v- ,e i i rtrwii Jc-i
gunning good; get
NO.C8. Half Interest In 40 acres
2 miles from town, 20 ucres cultivat
ed, 5 acres of old orchard, 8 acres tf
5 year and 5 acres of 2 aud 3 year
trees. 8 room house. $12,500. Own
er Is an expert orehardlst.
NO. 59. 9 acres. One of the most
attractive places on the main west
side road, I 3-4 miles from town.
Orchard In full bearing; buildings
worth $3,0(0. Trice $1G,000.
No. 65. 40 acres near town on
state road, 12 acres cnltlvated, 6
acres In orchard. Beautiful location
for summer home. $16,000.
NO. 87. Ten acres lu Oak Grove,
three acres In one year trees; Bal
ance very easily cleared; small house
and barn. Graud view. $250 per
acre. $soo cash will handle.
NO. ss. Improved ten ncres near
Bnrrett school. 150 bearing trees,
100 one year and 300 five year trees.
A fine orchard und home. $4000
worth of buildings. Team and tools
included. fl-'.OUO.
NO. 93. Equity of $8,015 In East
ern Oregon wheat ranch to exchange
for Hood Hlver ranc h. 402 acres, 400
acres In cultivation, 200 In crop, 15
more tillable. Well watered. Fair
building and good fencing.
NO. 90. Eighty acre orchard. 12
acres In full bearing, eight acres of
two year pears; balance four and
three year standard apples. Of
course you expect a price that would
put a crimp In Creosus' wad, but
you can't buy this for $1,500 an acre
because the price Is $soO the owner
Is willing to leave a good margin of
profit to the man who pays him bis.
NO. 9S. 300 acres unimproved. $00
per acre.
NO. 102. Ten acres, two In trees,
NO. 103. 20 acres of four year olds,
$20,0(H). (Gilt edge)
Upper Valley
If you want gilt-edge prop
erty in this section, at right
prices, consult a specialist
we know the land and we
know the values. Note the
activity in this coming coun
trywaiting means more
NO 1 SO acres, 20 acres cleared.
small young orchard, 7 room houe,
new; good barn, stock nnd Imple
ments 13,000
40 acres of the above, with Im
provements worth over $5,000, 17
acres cleared; small young orchard;
7 room house, new; wood house,
large barn, stock aud Implements.
The southeast 50 acres, unimprov
ed; fronts on county road; eiegnnt
slope. $!H) Hr acre.
Back tiO acres, 3 acres In alfalfa; lo
cation for orchard and building un-!
excelled. $M) per acre. I
NO. 2 50 acres Upper Valley, 14 ;
acres under cultivation. '2 ncres in ;
lerrles, 250 trees, 3 and 4 year; small
house nud good barn, 100 Inches free
water, some stwk and Implements.
NO. 18. 26 acres, across the road
from new terminus of Mt. Hood rail,
road, and from new school house; 12
acres In cultivation; 350 two year
trees, 300 ready to Itcar, 150 bearing;
acre of alfalfa. Good new six room
house; bam 14x24, woodshed and
chicken house. $13,000.
NO. 47. 40 Acres unimproved, near
Mt. Hood 1". O., $2,500. Very easy
NO. 53. 25 Acres near the Mount
Hood postofllce. $100 per acre.
NO. 06. 40 acres, mile from Val
ley Crest school; soil, location nnd
lay of land Al. Small clearing and
good log cabin. Will be covered by
new Glacier ditch. $100 er acre.
NO. 72. SO acres of rolling brush
land 2 miles from Parkdnlc; under
the Middle Fork ditch. Trice Is now
$150 per acre.
NO. 73. SO acres under the new
Glacier ditch: miles from Valley
Crest school. 20 acres cleared, 2 ncres
In strawU'rrles; good log house. $75
per acre.
NO. 74. 20 acres, unimproved, easy
clearing; covered by new Glacier
lltch. 2V tulles from Valley Crest
school. Ideal location for summer
home. $40 jht acre.
NO. 75. 40 acres 1 miles from the
Valley Crest school; 5 acres cultivat
ed, 2s0 three nud four year trees,
house, barn, woodshed and chicken
house. $8,500.
NO. 76. 40 ncres 14' miles from
1'nrkdnlc; unimproved; all goml
land. 125 per acre.
NO. M. A short quarter section.
2 miles from Valley Crest school, on
stage road to the Inn;8Hcrescleared,
small buildings Ideal for subdivis
ion. $i)5 s-r acre.
NO. S3. 71 acres, ',' miles south of
Valley Crest school; heavy timltt-r.
NO. V.t. Shelter Ix'dge. An Ideal
location fur country home a view
beautiful be.voml your happiest
dreams; la the "bauana 1m It" a
thermal belt, with admirable air,
drainage, aud enjoying several weeks
more freedom from frost than land
west of the river, si) acres brush and
tlmlKT, small clearing; roomy, com
fortable log house; good barn. $100
per acre.
NO. 94. Eighty ncres, unimproved
1 miles south of Valley Crest school,
on main road. $6,500.
NO. li)7. 40 acres brush and tim
ber, 2 miles south of I'arkdale. A
bargain at $100 per acre.
NO. Ins. l.i acres adjoining the
Millard orchard, light brush, very
easy clearing, oneclumpof tir about
10,000 feet, enough for fencing, fire
wood and a log bungalow. $2,500.
Good terms.
NO. 109. 20 acres, miles frin
Tarkdale, cleared. 000 1 year trees, 3
acres berries, $6,000.
NO. 21 Idlewlld. Columbia Beach.
Lot Block 22, $100.
Lot 9, " f 500.
NO. 31. 40 acres of brush back of
Lyle. $50 per acre.
NO. 32. 150 acres, three miles from
Husuin, unimproved. $3,200.
NO. 50. 5,600 ucres on the Colum
bia;, opposite The Dalles. A level
beuch of 2,000 acres can be Irrigated
by a 150 foot lift from river; 100 acres
can In; Irrigated by springs; 300 acres
of bench-like land, 700 acres of foot
hill land; balance grazing land. The
soil is combination of volcanic ash
and disintegrated basalt and allu
vium a warm, sandy loam Ideal
cherry, peach and berry land. Stock
and Implements go with It. Two
bouses, five barns; all fenced and
cross fenced. The location Is one of
the most beautiful on the Columbia,
with a magnlacent view of Mount
NO. 67. 80 acres in Mosler district;
small clearing. $1500.
NO. 69. so ncres near Lyle; little
waste, lays well; timber; small clear
ing; $5,000.
NO. 93 402 acre wheat ranch "the
best In Gilliam county." 400 acres lu
cultivation. 200 acres In crop. 15
acres more tillable. Well watered,
fair buildings and good fencing. 5
miles from Condon. $32.50 per acre.
Will trade equity of $8,015 for Hood
Klver valley property.
John Leland Henderson
Old Butler Bank Building
Hood River, Oregon
A dispatch from Wellington, N. Y.,
to the Fruit Trade Journal says:
"H. S. Duncan of this place and
Mr. Gibson of the Gibson Fruit Co.,
Chicago, have purchased the entire
apple holdings of Bert Van Horn of
Suspension Bridge, N. Y., comprising
about 54,000 boxes. The fruit Is of
the finest quality of box apples that
can be seen lu this or any other
country. Van Horn bought the fruit
last fall and Mr. Duncan and his as
sociate are congratulated upon com
ing Into possession of such a splendid
collection of fancy fruit.
Thunder Storm Caused Avalanche
A thunder storm was the cause of
the Wellington avalanche on the
Great Northern railroad In the opin
ion of E. F. Saunders, assistant pro
fessor of geology In the University of
"The avalanche was leyond a
reasonable doubt caused by a thun
der storm which happened that
night," said Trof. Saunders. "It Is
a well known fact that atmospheric
shocks often start small land slides.
A personnl acquaintance of mine,
who spends much of his time during
the winter months nt Scenic, told me
of how people In that vlclnty were In
the habit of starting small slides lu
the neighborhood by merely firing a
gun. At 1:45 on the day In-fore the
slide a considerable earthquake was
recorded on our seismograph, which
would have been Just about 12 hours
lefore the catastrophe, but It Is not
likely that this caused the slide."
State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lu
ens county, ss. Frank J. Cheney
makes oath that he Is senior partner
of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., do
ing business In the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each nnd every
case of Catarrh that cannot Ih cured
by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before
me and suhscrllied In my presence,
this 6th day of iM-ecmlicr. A. D. lv6.
(Seal) A. M. Gleason, Notary pul
lle. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally nnd acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
svstem. Send for testimonials free.
F. .1. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. Sold
by nil druggist's. 7.V. Take Hall's
Family Fills for constipation.
Whether it is Just a Little Powder
that we know are pure and the finest aualitv we can
obtain. Yours to serve,
Keir & Cass
-Smith Block, Hood River, Oregon-
We are always pleased to extend courteous as
sistance to new residents of Hood River and the
Hood River Valley by advising them regarding any
local conditions within our knowledge, and we afford
every convenience for the transaction of their finan
cial matters. New accounts are respectfully and
cordially invited and we guarantee satisfaction. Sav
ings department in connection.
Warm Robes
More than half the pleasure of driving is in being comfortable
when driving a person wants to keep warm. I do, and I believe
you feel the same as I do.
Doesn't.'make much difference whether you drive for pleasure
or business you need a good, warm robe, anyway one that you
can wrap yourself up in and feel comfortable that is the kind I
want to show you. Drop in and see the robes and get prices.
Yours for more business,
Harness and Saddlery
Don't - Leave the
Mosier Valley
for imilar, land fin other section. Buy
now before'speculatora addltheir profita.
Commercial Club of Mosier
Manufacturing, Engineering Company
(Succeaaort U?J. J. LUCKEY)
General Machine Work and
Phone 305 -M
j P. C. YOUNG, Proprietor
Fresh and Cured
Phone Main 6
First Class Livery
Transfer aid
Ajjents Regulator Line Steamers
Freight and Baggage Transfer
New Rifts New Harness
Hood Horses
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Preferred Stock, Heinz's 57 varieties Pickles, Krout,
Mince Meat, Catsup, Apple Butter, Etc. Splendid
line of canned Tomatoes
. I
...V'our orders will receive onr best attention... 4
or some more important
part of Milady's toilet it
is here at its best and
daintiest. Our Toilet
Aids and Preparations
are standard in every
way. When you pay
for THE BEST you
should receive it. We
aim to sell the articles
Hood River District
Natural advantagta for fruit growing
unexcelled. Land price hare doubled in
last two years but are not half that asked
6 Miles East of Hood River, Oregon
Hood River, Oregon
Meats, Fish, Oysters 3
Hood River, Oregon
Phone 5
Livery Conjpaijy
and Corn atlO cents i