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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910
FRANK A. CRAM
Will Offer Next Saturday
UP TO DATE
MALONEY BROS.' CHILDS' SHOES
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from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M., 375 dozen yards of
NEW ZION LACES, values from -
60c to $1.20 per dozen, one day only HP
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SEE EAST WINDOW INTRODUCING ZION LACES S rfej&l
H Boys' Knee Suits, 2.50 to 8.50. Make Your Selections Nov
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Put on a Florskeim
"Natural SKape and
experience a new
sense or shoe
relief from foot
"e will see that you get the size you
ought to have.
g Tilt Shoes for Men $3.5 O and 4.00
1 Duttenhoffer for Ladies 2.50 to 5.00
MOTHERS, does a good
Pants worth from 75c to $1.50
regular appeal to you at a
half a dollar? Well, to close
up our line of all odds and
ends we have bunched sizes
3 to 15 which we will sell
while they last for, per pair
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Live Local Copice
J. E. Hall spent the week end In
Mrs. T. J. Cunning was a Portland
visitor the first of the week.
Ed London, of London & Powers,
made a brief visit hen; Sunday.
Madame Carroll spent the week
end visiting her eon Philip at his
A. C. Upson was one of the Port
land owners of Hood River property
who spent Sunday here.
The Ladles Guild of St. Mark's
church will meet Friday afternoon of
this week with Mrs. Geo. P. Culbert
son. Mrs. B. i. Monroe and Mrs. Arthur
Barenberg were the guests of Mrs. J,
J. Gibbons at her country home for
the week end returning to Portland
Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin and Mr.
Baldwin were visitors here Thurs
day and Friday. Mrs. Baldwin bears
the distinction of being the only
woman connected with the Portland
police force, lelng probation officer
for that city.
The many friends of Donald Brlggs
the Saturday Evening Post boy, will
Ihj Interested In knowing that he re
cently sold his pony and outfit In
Portland for $1!H. The outfit was
bought by Win. Bishop, a wealthy
cattlemau who resides near the
Printed on the new letterhead of
the Hood River Apple Growers Un
ion Is the following statement, "The
trade recogi.ucs no locality equaling
Hood River in produciug U.e brilliant
red Spltzenburg and the loiig keep
ing Yellow Newtown apples." The
directors of the union are G. A. Mc
Curdy, president; C. II. Sproat, sec
retary and manager; E. H. Shepard,
vice president and treasurer; Chris
Dethman, V. Wlnchell, L. E. Clark,
J. L. Carter, G. W. Simons and O. L.
Walter. In addition to handily
apples this yeur, pears, stra wlerrles,
raspberries, blacklerrles and cherries
will bring thousands of dollars Into
the pockets of growers. A big yeari
Is telng looked forward to.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Perl
go, Tuesday, March l!th, a girl.
C. G. Roberts left Sunday for a bus
iness visit to Portland and other
Miss Mabel Brlggs left Wednesday
for a visit with her brothers at
W. S. Buchanan of the Open River
Transportation Company was here
Monday In connection with his du
ties. T, W, Davidson, who was here
Monday to attend the meeting of the
Hood River Oil Company, reports a'
great deal of activity In the oil dls
trlcts of eastern Oregon.
Mrs. E. R. Bradley left Saturday
morning for Salem to attend the
May day celebration at Willamette
University In which her daughter
Miss Pearl, acted as queen.
L. R. Glavls, who has been con
splcuously before the public In the
Ballinger-Plnehot controversy, was
here Thursday for a short stay. Mr.
Glavls has Just returned from Wash
Ington and was on his way to White
Salmon where he owns a fruit ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Craw of Port
land, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs
A. A. Marske, their daughter and
son-in-law, of Ashland, were here
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Craw
owns a place In the Odell district
which he visited. The party left here
Monday morning for Carson Springs.
G. I). Culbertson k Company have
moved their oflk-e luto the apartment
next to the News oflice and the Wau
coma Abstract Company has moved
Into the offices vacated by the Cul
lertson Company, until Us new of
fices In the First National bank
building are ready.
Rev. Parker returned from a pas
toral Islt up the line Friday, was a Sunday guest at the Hotel
J. P. Thompson spent Sunday at !( ,rt'Ku-
Attorney A. P. Tift of Portland
Expert Piano Tuner. G. H. Carrier
Yucco Tree Protectors at White
heads. If your horse Is run down und out
of condition ami you want to get
htm in shape to do good strong
work buy a pall of Rex Stock Food
It will do the Job. Whitehead1.
The Apple Growers' Union has on
hand a carload of I '.ex Lime and Sul
phur Solution, and more on the way.
They will also sell Black I-af and
Arsenate of I-ad. Your orders solicited.
Location.-" Moncymnkcr -- For Rnt
Enquire Hood River Realty Compiny
Help wanted to sew lifillocks nt
the box factory.
Money to loan. Apply to Geo. D.
Cultwrtson & Co.
Upper Vulley I have some good
buys now In the Upper alley. W.
For Sale Brand new visible type
writer, Try It a week. A. Wll
I son. Mount Hood depot.
Wire wound wooden pipe Is not
hebl In stock, but made to order. If
you want any see Jcje Wilson.
Hazel wood sweet cream and Ice
i cream can be obtained In iuantltles
from now on at Ross & Richard's.
Rex Brand Stock and Poultry
Food. Best In the world. The kind
that brings results. Whitehead's.
If you have property to list phone
i the office anil Mr. E. W. Howland of
our firm, will call on you. B. E.
I For Rent An elegant front olfice
or sleeping room In the Davidson J
I building. Steam heat. Apply at'
i room or at Light & Water office i
I have a client who wants to bor-'
row f'(W for two years. Will pay H
per cent and secure note with first
1 mortgage on Improved real estate
j valued at Wxt. Phone WH-M. 8.W. j
j Stark, Eliot Bldg. j
bis former home at The Dalles.
The Underwood base ball team de
feated the Odell boys Sunday by a
score of 10 to 1.
Dr. E. L. House, after a visit of
several days at his ranch In the val
ley, left Friday for Spokaue.
J. E. Slade was here Thursday,
having come down from The Dalles,
where he had Just closed the sale
of twenty acres of his flue place In
Mrs. W. N. Moses left Portland
Monday for New Y'ork, where she
will visit relatives and friends, en
route and returning.
J. C. Howland, Mrs. S. M. How-
land and Miss Smith of Crown Tolnt
Ind.. are arrivals In the city who
are looking the valley over.
Dr. V. B. Gregory of Wallowa, Or.,
who was at Hood River last fall
spent a day or two here last week,
accompanied by A. S. Gregory and
Mrs. Gregory, the former his nephew,
who were here looking for an invest
ment. Miss Dora Gladen, a school friend
of Miss Edith Andrews, and for the
past two years head of one of the
departments of the Mexico City
schools, visited Miss Andrews the
first of the week, on her way east to
spend her vacation.
A full line of poultry supplies at
Help wnnted to sew hallocks at
the box factory.
Geo. D. Culbertson & Co. write all
kinds of Insurance. Fire, life, acci
dent, plate glass and bonds.
Buy two good lots for a little money
Payments on your own terms
Phone 168K, or address 1-D, care of
Choice lots In Rlvervlew Park Ad
ditlon. Buy your lots before the
prices advance. .1. F. Batehelder, l!l."
C. W. Edmunds, M. I)., eye, ear,
nose and throat diseases exclusively.
Oflice hours 0::i0 a. iu. to 4 p. m.
Phone 4.!, Res. :j.!U'-L.
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 tpian-
Those choice residence lots on Cas
cade avenue In Rlvervlew Park will
not last long. Make your choice lie
fore the lest lots are gone. .1. F-
Batchelder, 21.1 Cascade avenue.
Mrs. C. I). Thompson and Miss
Merle Bllnn were visitors In Portland
the latter part of the week.
Peter Shi vely, while whitewashing
his shop was quite badly hurt last
week by falling off a barrel.
Mrs. T. W. DeBussey went to her
ranch iu the Mosler district Saturday
and will shortly leave for an extend
ed visit with relatives In California.
O. J. Nelson returned Friday even
ing from a business trip to Portland.
Mr. Nelson's Interests at Lyle are
keeping hlra busy this summer.
Howard Davis who has been In
charge of the Hoge ranch for some
time left this week for Cornelius, Ore
gon where he has purchased a dairy
farm and will make his home.
Walter P. Dickey, Cashier of The
Live Stock National Bank, Soulx,
City, Iowa, was In Hood River last
Wednesday, visiting his former bank
lug associates, J. II. Osborne, of the
Hood River Banking Trust Co.,
and A. F. Adams.
Mr. Arthur W. Harper, ( ashler of
the Minneapolis State Bank, of Min
neapolis, Minn., and Mr. F. L. Storms
a capitalist of the same city, were In
Hood River on Wednesday and Thar
sday visiting with the families of
Charles G. Pratt and Roln-rt W.
Pratt. Mr. Harper and Mr. Storms
are quite extensively Interested In
Eastern Oregon and Idaho lauds.
and were looking over the Hood
River Valley with th Idea of making
Several persons In Stevenson, says
the Pioneer, have been up early the
past few mornings trying to see the
comet, but we are unfortunately lo
cated here and the heavenly visitor
cannot be seen. Hood River and
White Salmon He directly east of us
and the hot air arising from these
places obscures the vision. On the
2nd of May the comet will be at Its
brightest in the eastern sky, and will
also be directly over Blngen. when
we hope to get a g good view of It.
.0 acre. 6 miles Knith of Hood River, volcanic uh aoiL Thia place has railed the
prize apples of the valley. Is well improved as follows: 21 1-4 acres in atrictly commercial
orchard. S acres 13-year-old Newtowna. Spitienbers and Arkansas Blacks. 9 1-2 acres In 5
and 8 year old Newtowna and Spitxenberg-: 4 1-2 acres 4 year old Newtowna and Spitxen-
V i 1 1 i . . , . . . . .
i i- acres in i year om u anjou pears. acres hay. oata and clover. 8 acres par
tially cleared. Complete family orchard; lanre H-room plastered house. Lanre barn, rarare
and outbuildings. Stock, implements and everything necessary to run the place go with the
property. I'nce H5.000. IIS. 000 cnh.
acrea, 5 miles south of Hood River on tha west side road, volcanic ash soil; east
ana south slope, good drainage, all under cultivation and 13 acres in orchard as follows: 75
Spitscnbergs 8 years old: 2 1-2 acres Spitzenbergs 5 years old; 3 acres Newtowns 2 years old.
2 acres of Newtowns and Spitzenbergs 4 years old and 2 acres of 1 year old Newtowns and
Spitzenbergs, also a family orchard which includes 60 pear, peach, etc. Balance of place in
meadow. Good 7-room house, barn and apple house. Complete set implements go with the
place at the low price of 118.000. 17,000 canh, balance on or before 5 years at 7 per cent.
30 Acres 4 1-2 miles from Hood River, highly improved, clay loam noil, good drainage
and on main county road, 22 1-2 acrea set to commercial orchard as follows: 4 acres in S
year old Newtowns and Spitzenburgs. 10 acres in 4 year old Newtowna and S pi tzen burgs. 4
acres in 2 year old Newtowns and Spitzenburgs. 2 1-2 acrea in one year old Newtowns
and Spitzenbergs; 3-4 of an acre in peaches and a complete family orchard;
1 S-4 acrea In wood lot. containing well for stock, the balance of the place in fina
clover meadow; house, barn, apple house all in A-l condition: a complete set of farm Imple
ments is included in the price, which is $.'10,000. $x,ooo cash, balance on or before seven years
at 7 per cent. The above could be subdivided for two or three fine homes.
10 Acres all set to commercial orchard, 10 and 12 years old. 6 miles from Hood River,
heavy loam soil, trees all in Rood condition, present owner will guarantee 3M net to tha
purchaser for the crop this year. The place is priced absolutely right at 112.000. Easy
6 Acres of good orchard land and all in cultivation, 3 acres in 2 year old Newtowns
and Spitzenbergs. a family orchard containing peaches, pears, plums and strawberries,
three room box house on main county mad 4 miles from Hind River, located in a very choice
section of the valley, has a beautiful view of both mountains and will make a line home.
Priced absolutely right at MOW. 11000 cash.
Don't let the rabbits eat your trees.
Buy your tree protectors at White
head's. Hazelwood double Jersy butter
milk received every day at Ross,
Richards & Company's.
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
t till est information on
the bett properties in the
Hood RiVcr District fur
nished on request.
I P JVetv VorK 'Bond
d Cent ciarJrc ood Cigars
...At ALL DEALERS...
Campbell & 6vans
40 Acres 8 miles south of Hood River, on the East Side, of which 36 acres is Rood
orchard land and could be easily cultivated: light clearing; bargain at f,000,
10 Acres, nearly level with excellent drainage; best red shot soil; contracted to be
cleared and plowed: beautiful view of the valley and both mountains and on the main county
road. 3400 per acre. Easy terms.
10 Acres near Summit, good red shot soil: covered with large fir timlwr; under ditch
and just good slope for drainage. Trice $1,500. Terms.
40 Acres partly improved, 7 miles from town on the east side containing 30 acres of
Rood orchard land, red shot soil, excellent drainage, beautiful view of the mountains and
valley, fine large spring. 4 acres cleared, complete family orchard of 75 trees, 10 years old.
Priced right at 1125 per acre. 11800 will hsn.lls it.
103 acres partly improved, slightly rolling, heavy red shot soil, near school, store and
railroad station. 20 acrea under cultivation, nearly all set to Newtowna and Spitzenbergs.
5 acres bearing. Several apringa on place. Could be easily sub-divided into several fine
tracts for homes. Price 116.000. 34.000 cash.
Devlin & f irebaugb
THE LEADING DEALERS
Swetland Building Hotel Oregon Building
PORTLAND, OREGON HOOD RIVER, OREGON