The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, February 08, 1911, Page 6, Image 6

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Five Carloads of fa Goods is Our Record for
y? HAVE the confidence that this is to be the biggest year Hood River has ever known. Our opinion is
ill based entirely on reports from all sections of the valley. We make it a point to ask most of our customers
" their view of the Drosoects. If reDorts were oessimistic we certainlv would not nile ud such an immense
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stock. It would be interesting to you to spend a few moments in our store and examine our car load of
Studebaker vehicles. Our entire upper floor is packed solid with beautifully finished buggies and spring
wagons. All the latest improvements, such as auto seats, auto tops, new color combinations, quick shifting
tops, etc., are represented.
Our main floor presents an array of new goods. Spring Tooth Harrows, Spike Tooth Harrows, Orchard
Discs, Acmes, Kimballs, Cultivators, Rotary Disc Plows, Walking Plows, Shovel Plows and Spray Pumps all are new
goods, well finished and complete in detail. Our Spray Pump department is arranged especially for your convenience.
All types of pumps are shown, and each one ready for you to try. Our variety ranges from a tin hand sprayer at fifty
cents to a complete Power Sprayer at three hundred and forty dollars. We have new styles in Barrel Pumps, with ag
itators attached, which will compel your admiration.
Our "spray fixtures" department has many interesting and novel features. Our
car load of Power Sprayers, due to arrive this week, will bring with it new nozzles,
new hose, new brass lined spray rods, new strainers, new couplings all will delight
the heart of the orchardist who has had such trouble with his old style fixtures.
Our basement is a revelation to anyone who visits our store for the first time.
Wagons, Wagons, Wagons is all the eye can see. Each one stacked separately, re
quiring the smallest space possible, and row after row of them. Our business in the
past justifies our immense stock -justifies, too, the car load of new Studebaker wagons
now being unloaded. If we can't suit you in quality, price and variety of choice, then
nowhere on earth will you find satisfaction.
We enjoy showing people through our store, as each visitor leaves our store with the impression that we are all
we have claimed to be an up to date implement concern.
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