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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910
IN HOOD RIVER
for the E. M. F. "30" and
Flanders "20" line of cars.
The 1911 Models of these
cars are not equaled in
style or practical perform
ance by any medium priced
car on the market. Hood
River territory is open for
a first class agent. Our
representative will be in
town within a few days.
In the meantime address
all communications to
STUOEBAKER BROS. CO., N. W.,
choice apple land at Willow
Flat. Four acres in trees,
volcanic ash soil. Must sell
J. 2J. tnderson,
P. 0. PHONE, ODELL 96
Team of draught animals,
mare 6 years old. weight 1250;
gelding1 10 years old, weight
1200. Gentle, always worked to
gether. Owner's reason for sell
ing, don't expect to live on ranch
during winter. Price $300.
Red Cross Orchard Company
Mt. Hood, Oregon
is our line of Box
Paper and Cam
eras, at this time.
should see our line
before the stock is
broken into. They
are extraordinary j
value, and prices J
within reach of all
CARL A. PLATH
The Rxall Store
LOW ONE-WAY FARES
NORTH BANK POINTS
Dally, Sept. 15 to Oot. 15
St. Louis 32.00
New York 50.00
St. Paul 25.00
Kansas City - 25.00
Other points in proportion.
Tell your friends In the east of this
opportunity of moving west at low
rates via C. B. & Q., Nor. Pac, (it.
Nor., and "North Bank" lines. You
can deposit with me and tickets w ill
be furnished people In the east. De
tails furnished on request.
PORTLAND & SEATTLE RY.
"THE NORTH BANK ROAD"
L A. GIBERT, Agnnt, Whlta Salmon, Wash,
ff. E. COMAU, Ginaril ft. and Pass. Agent
for samples of our "Diamond
Farm and Field Seeds,
Grasses, Clovers, Vetches,
Alfalfa and Grains for
We have SjH'ciiil Mixtures for
Dry Land Pastura Mixture, Wet
Land Pastura Miatura, Special
Mixture for Burned-over Land,
Cover Crop for Orchards.
Tell hi the nature of your mil and your
local oonditiooa. Over 20 years' experi
ence right l'ic
in the Pacitio
ifies ua to advifM)
PORTLAND SEED CO.
Real Estate Bulletin
$75.00 Per Acre
80 acres on the east side, 7
miles out, uncleared, two miles
from shipping point, school and
store. Easy terms.
$125.00 Per Acre
40 acres red shot soiT, no waste
land, mostly covered with brush.
No rock, 3 1-2 miles to railway
station. Easy terms.
Ten acres 1 mile from town, 8
acres trees, 2 acres good pasture,
with running water; several
acres win be in bearing next
year; 1 acre berries between
trees; barn, tools, house; 5 inches
water. Easy terms.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office Oregon Hotel Building
Hood River Light &
If you want quick n.tumi on your wifv'a
life insurance policy, just forget all the
Labor Savin,?, Monty Savins ami Time
Savin Electrical device on the market
at the present time.
With an Electric Chafing Dith, o
Percolator and m Toaster you can pre
pare a fcrood break fut or a midniicM
lunch in 7 minute to 10 minute from
the time you enter the kitchen.
With an Electric Washing Machine
you can put clothe to aoak at nitfht, listen
to them being; wanned while you eat
breakfast, and watch an electric wrir.frcr
do them in a twinkling after break f ant.
Women in general understand the u-e
of and appreciate an Electric Curling
Innumerable other device of a service
able and inexpensive nature are on the
market, and anyone who stop to think
the matter over will appreciate the fact
that a shortening of the cordwood bill
will more than eijual the lengthening of
Electric Light bill.
If you have a litrhtinsr service ymi will
note that you gret the Electricity for op
eratinir these device mostly on a very
Hen ides this look at the difference in
temperature in the rooms.
Just take a minute some time and fig
ure the cost of the wood consumed for
washing; and ironing; alone.
If the supply house don't carry a stock
of what you want, we m-ill get it for you.
a Union Pacific
Effective Sunday, AVg. 20th, trains
will arrive and depart at hood River,
Oregon, on the following schedule:
Fast Mail (no passenjrers) 4:W) A. M.
Portland Flyer .: B:R5 "
Portland l-ocml 7:4 "
Ornron A Washington Express 8:00 "
4:31) P. M.
No. 2. Baket City Local
No. 18. Chicago Limited
No. S. The Dalloa Local
No. 4. Spokane Flyer
No. 10. Fast Mail
, 11:V '
.. :20 P.
.. :2S 1
No. . Oregon A Washington K.spreii10:20 "
No, 12. fW-Spokane-Portland 12:56 A. M.
Trains No. 7 and No. 8 have no coaches; passrn
gera using this train will be required to pay pull
man fare in addition to railroad fare; these trains
make no stops between Hood River and Portland, i
Train No. 7 stops only at Tha Dalles, Arlington. I
Pendleton, Gilibona, taiGrsnde, Hot take. Union.
Baker City and Huntington. j
Trains No. 1 and 1 stop at all atatinna between
Baker City and Portland.
Train No. 13 and 14 atop at all station N-
tween Portland and The Dalles.
J. II. I KLDKICY, Agent.
Copy for atlvertlnements MUST he
In the office by Monday NOON.
I0i iPi PI
BIG VALLEY PICTURE
NOW OH EXHIBITION
The li palutlnic of tlif viillfy, exe-
cut-tl by ;1Imiii Cutlet t l i'ortltintl
fi.r thf Hoik Kiver Jtealty Co., WM
received yentertlay and U now on ex
hibition In thu olllce ol the company.
It will he left here for u week or ten
dayn mid will then Ik? taken to Port
land fur exhibition there. It l
claimed by Mr.Cutlett Mini liU filcndu
that the picture Ih the fluent that liua
ever ljeen executed by him mid thotte
who have Keen It here are highly
pleuNed with It.
The rtinvHXN, which In Jx:j feet Is
fniiiied In n luawHlve jrohl frame. It
dlHplayn the valley In It position to
Portland ohowiiiu t In? latter city at
the extreme rltfht with the Columbia
river and railroad exteudini; from it
to Hood Itiver. The polntH of in
tercut hIouk the routeaivKraphlcnlly
portrayed uk well iih the towiiH on
both hIiIi-h of t lie river ui.d t lie inoilil
tuiiiM In the background on the Ore
gon Hide. The view Ih tuken from a
point 'between L'mlcrwood and
White Salmon and bIiowh the valley
Hpread out at the npectator feet.
livery biiMiicN buililini; in the city Ih
plainly vlnible an Ih almoHt every
ho ti ne. The rimdn hvulinj,' out lntj
the valley are clearly depleted while
every orchanl. rtmtl, Hrrnnu. ine
Mount Hood railroad. dMrlrt, ham
let, ft'hool house and point of Inter-
Ht Ih plainly vinilile. Hack of the
brown ami ureen of the orcliardn and
timber Ih Mount Hood, rearing Uh
hiiow white heail tliounaixlH ol left
above the level of unnvlnji tliliign.
while the water of the Columbia in
the foreground reflect the blue sky.
The Ileal ty company ha wcured
the Hole rlglitn to the picture and ex
pectn to dinpoHe of a nuu.ber of cop
len, one of which will be exhibited In
Chicago and New York.
Franciscan Monastery Religious Event
KventH of Interent at the Kraucm-
cii n Monastery during the pant and
coming week Include a Hervlce which
wan helil hint Sunday, when the Mini-
aHtery, which ha recently U-eu com
pleted, wan hleHHed. A new ctohh
made of galvanized Iron and covered
with gold leaf wan erected Saturday
anl blesned at 10:4.1 a. in. The bell
for the church artlved this week and
will be coiiHecrated uext Sunday nt
10:00 a. m. Concrete tttep at the en
trance to the church have been com
pleted and Kishop O'llellly will' Iw
here the tirnt Sunday In October to
dedicate the church.
Reception for Rev. h'ord.
A farewell reception will be given
Key. T. It. I'ord tonight from Ji to 10,
nt the resilience of Mr. ami Mr. C. I.
SuiiiilchHcti. ills CoJnmhla. avenue.
The reception will l under the aiin
pleiH of the M.'llio.llst Church. All
inemberH of the church an well an
their friend and the pastor and
meiiiberH of the other churche are
coroiaiiy inviteii to intend, inurn
day Ir. Ford expects to go to Port
Steamer Simons Sold
The (ieo. W. Simonn, according to
the t rcgonlan. ban been bought by
the government for use on the water
wax of Oregon. The Tahoma, a
Hternwheel steamer operating on the
lower river, lia been bought by
Capt. Nelson and will beoperuted on
tlw Simon's old run.
Adtertitaments lor intierlion under this heading
will be charqed for at the rale ot 2dc per month tor
liituail,) three lines-no ditplat. Cat should
accompany copy, othensita payable by the lUth ol
the month. At a medium tor reaching tha people
the heal stands alone and unexcelled.
tTood Itiver Valley H amane Society Phone lsti.
F.. II. llartwig. president; Harold llershner.
secretary; l.rlie Hutler, treasurer.
" SPECIAL NOTICE8
TV T is Kute Coter. practical nurse, tlnderwooil.
Wash. tlb(tetrica a specially. Phone Under
wood Hotel. B'i-Wp
AV antd-Mixed car of oak and fir: sta
' each and whet hvr four foot or lri
te price of
shipping point. I. L. Ireland. Moro. Ore. .14-.17c
T nan Aitency Uians otTereil. f .00, mi, Ilium.
LJ Ixians wantnl, $.I(X). Mot). Vi. '.H0. H.yXI.
K.Vhi. Apply to A. W. Onthank. Itf
hoee interesteti in Voice or Piano instruction,
A please phone 2T-IL or call at residence No. 7-7
Sherman Ave. Altierta Jackson, a ment student
at the New Knirland t'onwrvatory. S.v.tp
IVanted To buy n10 share of stock of the or
iirinal issue in the Apple tlrowers I'nion.
Phone I. T. Heal. :f.i-:t'.'(i
Cantel Home for young girl to work for
Wiard while going to achool; country pre
fernl. Phone EIM. 37-c
Aanted A place tartly iinprove.1 to btarinu
" " apples, from 10 to 111 acres, in llmwl Kiver
valley or vicinity. Can psy part canh with trade
acreage near Portland. Will ileal with owners
only. Address "A" Hood Kiver News. Hood
Kiver, Oregon. 37-top
Yranted-ltHinl in private family below the
" hill by young couple. Address News ollice.
Yantii!---A r'r' lo cl housework in small fam
" lly. Apply to F. I.. Breed, 41H State stret.
Vrantrd A gir
" work. 'hin
rl or woman for gpneml hmi-e-
ne lliTM or aMr. M Pmrt-r.
RFI No. 1. Hood Kivit, Oregon, Sr-;i
Vyantod Cowmnpolilan Mttinixine requirvw the
look after subscription renewal, and to extend
wrrviren ii n rt'itrf'seninitve in ii.mhI Kiver io
circulation by special methods which have proved
tinusuuily sucri'sjful. Sslnry and commission.
Previous experience dcsirnble but not eMntl:l.
Whole time or spare t ime. Address, with refer
ences, II. C, ( smpl'll. Cosmoimlitan Mngasinc.
I7W llnwilway. New York City. ;i-n7
XVanleil- Position on much or in town by young
" marriol couple. Address R. A. Hlyth. gener
al delivery. Hood Kiver. U4-.17p
Wanted -A bright girl to help with the work
" ' and look srter children.
1). No. 2. a4-:l7c
Apply II. P. I'arr. K
Vrantnl-A woman or girl for general house
" work. Phone (Mcll 17 or address Mrs. A. 1'.
Pavies. tl.lell. SVIlsc
rsnteil -Girl or woman f.ir general housework.
' ' Small family, gmxl magea. Mis. F.. A. Hakcr.
ttne or two bltr. heavy teams to work
U H. Hon. M-41o
fcL tSTATI AND RENTALS
VtfaiitMl-KcKponaikl, uarty with family ol four.
' no yuunv rhiWro. dcairaa to rent houaaof not
loaa than nmt for tha winter. Addraaa raplMa
to Nowa olfi'-a afatinjf prico. tima and fanaral da.
EVr Kcnfor Uaaa-Ona mil from Dec, about
acreain yun orchard, part of it will oai
aoma next yiar.around bet warn traaa mar ba uwd
f or poutow or bitrrioi, abundanoa of water for
irna-ation, una place for chicken: hi room nouaa.
w in reni nouMi and barn or will leaaa to reapon.
aibla man who will lake car of traaa a part pay
t for uac- of land. For partKulara aldraa tha
owner. . j. Mapla, Mulino, Oron. 36-sp
tyr Pale-Five room nouaa, two lota; cheap;
118 Montolla avenua Phone 277X. J7-40p
tjr Rent Two larire rooma for houaekeeuina.
"?.r """r 12th treat and Stranahan Tenua.
Mm. t. tj. wiHi. 87-4op
HORSES, COWS, PIOS, CHICKENS, ETC.
yut Sale-Hay Uwn Beldinita, t and 7 yeara. S.2U0
- puuuu. nrai ciaaa cwkIUuo, reaaonabia.
quire at newi ollice. M-JiD
UVir Sale-Th beat team of old horaea in the val-
ley. formwrly known tha "S
wonderful draft team and well trained tnallkinda
of orchanl work. Weiicht ti-'iK price tlM. Alao
a apienuuHy matched team of ceklinea. and 7
yeara, weivnt tan, tine ruadater ainirle or double,
both trained in uniil, or double cultivator work.
Price 175. I'h.me Odell 8xi 84-37
I.mht drivinr and farm team, weight
about boo lb. each. Will ba aold for (100
U. V.. (.lamcuck. H. U. No. 2. 44-37e
for Sale-Ooii. all around horae-aaddle. driver
ana worn animal, wenrht WO lbs. A bancain
for IM. V, V. Uiaaacock. S4-37c
For Sale-A h-avy work team. Enquire of G. C
Howarth, K. 1). No. 2. S4-37p
t"or Sale-T-am. airea and 10; weight about 1200;
iruarante.1 .unii and true. Prire tvfil Art.
dreea "Y." Newa Office. 35-3Hp
por Sale-Cow that eivea 4 irallona per day. P,
O. box VX CasciKle Locka, Orea-on. 35-3p
TJorae For Sale Work or drivine mare, weight
bout l'MMi oounda.
Enquire at Delta Photo
pulleu M anted - Phone 14! K. 35-3Hp
lVVr Sale or
Typewritera, new or aecond
A hand, un mi t.rm
A. w. On thank. 26-tfc
For Sale-Second hand aewine machine $5; needs
renairiiiff. Phone Mmc. .t.'U.IKn
Five foot vlaaa ahow cane, cheap.
for ciirara or candiea. Knauira at
Style Shop. 3.V3RC
t,ir Sale-SllKard. hall tree. China cloeet, etc.
A Telephone StSX. :it3-p
TTor Sale-A large quantity of fine grapes cheap.
. Kpping. 3H-41C
IrW Sale-Team of horse, harness and hack for
WH. J. A. Kpping. SK-41C
prune and Pmra Italian and petite prunes and
A live kinds of pear for aale cheap by P. D.
Hinrichs. phone 3iL. 37-40p
Ctrawberry Plant For Sale-l am in a position
to till lanre or small oniers for Anumber straw
berry plant, all of which were grown from
mother plants that never produced a crop of
berries. Nothing but the best claaa of plants
handled. When so desired I will take a contract
for eettinir plants that are purchased from me.
Phone liK. F. L. Kelso. 27-30c
LOST AND FOUND
T ost A pocket ledger containing accounts writ
iJten withmdellible pencil, dropped between Mt.
Hood and iioud hiver; gilt lettering, red back.
Reward if returned to Newi Orhce. 34-37p
oat Thursday, between HcLarin'a corner and
he depot, a tan colored silk auto veil. Finder
will please k-ave at Newa office. Reward. 84-37p
I ost On Caticade Ave., at or near depot, an
-enamel Par pin with water lily design.
Morse. Davidson Bldg. 34-37c
T oat -On streets of
River, an abstract of
ilease notify owner.
-4-4 title to land Finder tiIm
Phone 1.-7M. Paul R. Hughea.6-38c
LEGAL AND OTHER NOTICES
Notic is hereby given that th undcrtipmed
has been ai)DOint?d by the county court of the
state of Ortvon, for Hood River county, to be ad
ministrator of the estate of Clyde O. Richards,
deceased, and all persona having claim aarainst
said estate are hereby notified to preeent the same
to me, duly verified, at the office or Jayne fc
Wataon. in the city of Hood River. Oretron. within
six monthit from the date of the first publication
of this notice. Date of first publication, Septem
ber U. U'10. CHalALBS J. CALKINa.
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONOS
Notice is hereby riven that the Board of Direc
tor of the Hood Kiver Irrigation District, in Hood
Kiver County. Orearon. will sell the bonds ox said
district in the sum of STAOOO.OO on Friday, the
sixteenth day of September. 1910. at tha hour of
10 a. m.. mt the ntfice of the Board of Director at
the nsidence of K. W. Kelly, in the said District.
and that sealed proposals for said bonds will be
received by said board at said place for the pur
cha'e of raid bonds until the day and hour above
mentioned, at which time the Bmrd shall open
the proposals and award the purchase of the
bonds to the highest responsible bidder, the board
rf4rving the right to reject any and all bwa.
Hid to be accompanied by a certified check for
ten per cent of the amount of the bonds for
which the bid is submitted.
Said bonds shall be payable In United States
iroWi coin in ten series, to-wit:
At the expiration of eleven years, five per cent
of the whole number of said bonds; twelve years,
six per cent; thirteen years, seven per cent; four-tt-n
years, eight per cent; fifteen years, nine per
ct nt; sixteen years, ten per cent; seventeen years,
years, eleven per cent; eighteen years, thirteen
jr cent; nineteen years, fifteen per cent; twenty
years, sixteen per cent; and shall bear interest at
the rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable semi
annually, on the first day of January and July of
eiu-h year. The principal and interest shall be
payable at the place designated in the btnda. and
bidders are given the option of having said bonds
pftvable at Portland, Oregon, or New York City.
N. Y., and aaid bonds will be issued in accordance
with the election of the successful bidders. Said
bond shall he each of the denomination of not
less than $100.00 and not mora than &00.00 and
shall be negotiable in form, and coupons for the
interest shall be attached to each and signed by
I ated at Hood River this 15th day of August,
1110. R. W.KELLY.
Csnhy Post O. A. R.-MeeU at the K. of P.
hall the aeoond and fourth Saturday, of the
month at 2 p. m. G. R. Castner. commander; S.
F. Hlythe. adjutant.
Cnnby W. R. C. No. 16-M.-eU second and fourth
turdaya of each month in K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. Jennie Bentley. president; Abbie J. Baker,
fourt Hood River. No. 42. F. of A., meeta every
I huriuiay evening in K. of P. hall. Visiting
Forcteraalway a welcome. Wm. Flemming. C.R.;
F. C. Unieiua. F. 8.
II.m.1 River lxidge. No. A.F. "ArM?
1 1 NKhMb Saturday evening on or before each full
moon. Ralph Savage. W. M.; D. McDonald, secre
tary. H.i River Canrp."No."7T02."M."w7A.MeeU In
K. of P. hall first and third Wednesday nights.
( S. Jonea. V. C; C. V. L'akin. clerk.
River Camp. No. 7T0. W. O. Wl-Meeta at
1 1 K. of P. hail the aecond and fourth Wednesday
n'K lits of each month. W A. Eby. C C; Floyd
Hood River Circle. No. 524. Women of Woodcraf t,
- Meet at L O. O. F. hall Hrst and thinl Sat
urday nights, each month. Viaitora welcome.
Mrs. Wm. Genger, N. G.: Alice Shay, clerk.
T.McwiMe Lodge, No. 107. I. O. O. F.-Meeta"n
'Fraternal hall every Thursday evening at 7:00.
at the corner of Fourth and Oak street. Visiting
brothers welcomed. J. M. Wood. N. G ; G. W.
T. emp Loilge, No. 181. I. O. O. F. Meets in
4Vne Odd Fellows hall at Odell every Saturday
night. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. W.
A. lx-kman. N. G.; Geo, Shepardapcretary.
T aurel Rrhrka Ilge No. 87, 1. O. 6. F.-Meets
-"tirst and third Mondaya in e.ch month. Ther
esa M. Castner. N. G.; Nettie Moses, secretary.
A Jount Hood Lodge. No. 2H6. 1. O. O. F.. meets
iil,,v,.ry Satunlay evening in Gnbble'a hall.
Mt. H.xil. A. M. Kelly. N. G.;G. W. Dimmick.
fountain Home Camp. No. S4fi. hTn. A.
i,lM.ts at K. of P. hall on the aecond and
fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. A. Crump.
t.; .Mrs. l.lla lfekin, reconler.
vi... a . . . .., ., a .:: t:
U Jo .T'. iL"" "7" n5i'
wxond and fourth Wednesdays, aoriaL C. D.
Ilonnchs. M. A.; W. H. Austin, secretary.
)rcirn Grape ReU-kah Lotige No, 1-1. 1. O. O. F.
Meets every aecond and fourth Wednesdays
in each month in Gnbble'a hall. Mt. Hood. Or.
Mrs. Mammie Pimmirk. N. G.; Mrs. Nettie
TVverside Ixslge. No. itH. A. o". tl. W.-MeetaTn
ikK. of P. hall the first and third Wednesday
nights of the month. Visiting brother, cordially
welcomed. R, K. Chapman. W. at.; Chaster
Taiicoma Iaige." No." SO." kV of P.-Meeta ln
" their Castle 1 1 nil every Tuswlay night, when
visiting brothers are fraternally welcomed. C. C.
CiKlileforil. C. C; Lou, 8. Im-nlierg, K. of R. 8.
suna Temple Pythian Sisters, No. t Meets the
" first and third Tuesday of each month at K. of
P hall. Georgina Innberg. M. K. C; Kate M
Fredrick, k. of K. 4 C.
Go to Applegrowers.
The crops go with
these places, if sold
this week. : : : :
31 1-3 Acres, 4i miles from town, 350 bearing
apple trees, 2 acres 5 year old apple trees, 14 acres
1, 2 and 3 year old apple trees, all in good condition.
Good 4-room house, good barn. Apple crop this
year, $3000, goes with the place. Fine location, west
side. $20.ooo. Term.
20 Acres, Willow Flat 6 acres 1 year old apple
trees, balance light clearing. Uncleared land ad
joining being sold for more than is asked for this.
Thin la m Real Bargain at, per acre, $300. Easy Terms.
10 Acres, 4 miles from town, 4 acres 5 year old
Spitzenberg and Newtowns; 51 acres 1 year old
Spitzenberg and Newtowns. Crop and tools go with
place. Good buildings. $io.ooo. Half Cash.
25 Acres. Good location. 3 acres 1 year old
apples, 3 acres strawberries, 7 acres partly cleared,
balance easily cleared. Good 6 room house; spring
water piped to house. Oood buy at $7500. Terms easy.
10 1-2 Acres. Good location. 8 acres bearing
1000 boxes apples go with place; 10 room house, hot
and cold water, fine spring piped to buildings. This
property is a money maker at $o.ooo- $300o Cash.
25 Acres, 4i miles from town. Fine location,
west side. 1700 apple trees in good condition; 200
full bearing; 400 5 years old; 300 4 years old; 800 1
and 2 years old. Good buildings. Spring water
piped, hot water and bath in house. Team, wagon
and implements go with place. This should be a big
money producer in a short time. $i8.ooo- $7Qoo Cash.
10 Acres, Willow Flat. 6 acres 1 year old apples;
4 acres strawberries between trees, balance easily
cleared. Small house and barn. SQ0-
10 Acres, Willow Flat 3 acres cleared, balance
easily cleared. All tillable and best of fruit land.
$3500. f 1500 Cash. Balance easy.
Epping.Brydle Land Co.
Ground Floor FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDd.
LESLIE BUTLER. President
F. McKERCHER. Vice-President
TRUMAN BUTLER. Cashier
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $45,000.
MODERN SAVIN6S DEPARTMENT
HSSD RJVER ABSTRACT CO.
J. M. SCHMELTZER, Seoretary
Abstracts, losorincc, Coivcginclng ud Sarclg Boids
We have the only complete set of Abstract Books in Hood
River County and are in position to execute all work with
promptness and accuracy.
We represent some of the best old line Fire Insurance Com
panies doing business in Oregon, and can give the fire insurance
obtainable for the money.
Our reputation as conveyancers is known to all. .ill of our
work is guaranteed.
Come to us when you want Surety Bonds of any description.
Office In th DAVIDSON IUILDIN0. N. I. Cerntr Cticsfl tnut n Ihlrt Strait
Home Phone HOOD RIVER, OREGON
S. EI. BARTMESS
Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer
ESTABLISHED IS YEARS
MOOD RIVER. OREOON
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN "THE NEWS."
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