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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911
KITCHEN QUEEN PATENT FLOUR,
Sold With a Positive Guarantee, $1.25 Per Sack; $4.90 Per Barrel
Fancy Head Rice, 14 pounds for S1.00
Japan Style Rice, 20 pounds for S1.00
Rice Fop Corn, per pound - 05c
Magnolia Molasses, No. 10 can : 75c
Magnolia Molasses, No. 5 can 40c
Avondale Cooking Molasses, per can 10c
Westmoreland Fure Maple Syrup, 1 gallon.. S1.90
Westmoreland Fure Maple Syrup, 1-2 gallon. . S1.00
Westmoreland Blended Maple Syrup, 1 gallon..
Westmoreland Blended Maple Syrup, 1-2 gallon.. 75c
Wild Rose Honey, 1-2 gallon cans 85c
Extra Honey "in bulk," per pound - 15c
Extra Honey, bottle 25c
Sunflower Syrup, No. 10 pail 55C
Sunflower Syrup,' No. 5 pail 30c
We Are Offering This Week
Swift's White Laundry Soap
6 Bars for 25c; per box -- S4.15
We Have Anoth- -
er Shipment of LemOHS
This week only, per dozen 15c
Blue Mountain Creamery Butter
Try it at, per roll 70c
Fruit Sugar This Week
17 Pounds for $1.00; by the sack $5.30
We are also giving r ee
good values in our I eas and Coffees
All 50c Bulk Teas marked down to 40C
Empire Dairy Salt, 50 pound sack
Sterling Dairy Salt, 50 pound sack
Imperial Dairy Salt, 50 pound sack
Half Ground Stock Salt, 50 pound sack.
Salt Brick for Stock, 5 pounds for
Otter Minced Clams, No. 2, per dozen S2.40
Otter Minced Clams, No. 1, per dozen... S1.40
.Otter Minced Clams, No. 1-2, per dozen... S1.20
9 Pound Sack Eastern Buckwheat
9 Pound Sack Rye Meal 40C
9 Pound Sack Rye Flour 40c
1-4 Case Picnic Crackers S1.25
1-4 Case City Sodas .$1,25
Liquid Bluing, per bottle 05c
Washing Ammonia, per bottle 08c
Trade With Us and Your Dollar Will Buy More
OUR TERMS ARE STRICTLY CASH TO ALL
SIM ITDi BIROS.
Yours For Business
Third and Oak
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Wort? of Land fold during the past
year by W. S. Jichol. HE CAff TELL
yOWRS. List your land toith him Jor
1911. Here are his last year's sale's:
January -Mr. Slain to Mr. J. W. McCready $
January -Mr. Ncal to J. Copeland
February G Mr. Smith to Caut. McCan
February 11 Mr. lleilbronner to Capt. McCan
February 15 -Mr. Church to W. II. McCready ...
March 1 Mr. Merriam to Mr. Copeland
March 10 -Mr. Ament to Mr. Sylvester
March (5 Mr. Lobb to Dr. Holman
March G Mr. Hrips to Wheeler! Hoys
April 11-Mr. Hently to Smith & Holbrook
April 28 -Mr. Slutts to Mr. Harjrreaves
July 20 -Mr. Briars to Dr. Younkin
August 15 W. L. Carnes to Mr. Tenny
Aujrust 150. A. Baker to H. II. Hadlock
September 10 - C. II Bone to Dr. Buell
October 1 Wm. Iieavis to Mr. Nye.
October 15-C. Dethman to II. F. Gleason
November 2 -Dr. Hull to Mr. Moore
November 2 Mr. Lehlinj? to VV. S. Farris .......
November 15 It. A. Collins to S. M. Parker
Nichol to Brydle
Nichol to Hadley
Nichol to Nichol
G. 000. 00
W. S. NICHOL
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Homo Phono HOOD RIVCR, OREGON
NEWS OFJHE HEIGHTS
Mr. Jerome ha Mold hl home on
Mr, .la men Hawthorne In recover
ing from u severe sickness.
The !) days old boy of Mr. nnd Mr.
F. i. Coe died Felirunry !th.
Mr. ('. K. Coon In recovering from
a wvere attack of muscular rheuma
tism. A new real estate dealer urrlved
February !lh at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. W. S. Nichol. Weight six
I X II Tl ) H.
Mr. I'.rown, proprietor of the ). K.
restaurant met with a painful acci
dent hint week by running a nail
through hi hand.
'I'he Hale of l.ee Morse's place for
fl.'i.tKH), anil alrto th .1 .? llcugst
place for f 10."0.. to V. S. Farrls of
Portland In reported by Dr. W. S.
The Height Mterar.v Club which
will meet tonight ha prepared an
Interesting program for thin week'
meeting. It In a follows:
Opening addreHH by J. T. Ilolinan.
Song, Hut-kiln's Quartet.
Heading, W. Waddell.
Hecltatlon, Max Taylor.
Song. Vice I'reMldent Steed.
Dialogue, Clarence Hrown and Hoy
Violin sol i, Mr. Sliriun.
Song, Misses Nliruni and Ilolinan,
Heading. Mr. S. II. Slmonton.
Mock trial. Defendant Hoy Phelps,
I charged with alienating the affec
tion of hi sweetheart.
Debate, "Itewolveri that the I'nlted
State senator should lie elected by
popular vote " The debater are
.loe Carson, F.lincr Johnston. ('. ('.
Dunne, Dad Ilolinan, Max Tavlor,
I. II. Horden linn taken a contract
to clear three acre for Fete Knowlea
and began wirk Monday..
A crowd of Hoyal Neighbor went
down on the late train Friday to
attend a banquet and Hoclal gather
ing of t he order,
Mr. VanNortwIck and daughter
Alice came down from The Dalle
Thursday and spent a few day with
her daughter. Mm. ('. II. Dunsmore.
('. II. Dunsmore received a phone
message Saturday telling lit lit to
lin k out fur a man who had forged
a check at Hood I'.lver. He no, in
found lit lit and took him to Hood
Hlver on the :!:10 train.
Work haw lieen begun on the ware
house for the new lunilier company,
Ouj WlUon having the contract.
Sunday wan the last hc-e for Hev.
C'arbtn, hit time having expired. We
underntand Hev. Slckafoowe will till
the pulpit hereafter.
About 20 Odd Fellowo attended
lodge at White Salmon Saturday
evening, going down In a launch ami i
returning Sunday morning.
Mix Staley, who han been at the)
home of Geo. Chamberlain for the!
pant few mouthfl returned to her!
home In Portland Tuexday.
.1. K. McGregor and wife left lat
WedneHilay for Portland. Mrw Me-(in-gor
will make a vinlt at Oaklai'd
Cal., before returning home.
Mr. and Mr. H. M. Homh went to
I'ortland Wednemlay. Mr. Hon re
turned the next day, while Mr. Hohb
remained to visit a few day with
The many friend of Mr. A. A.
Marh were mirprixeil lat Wednex
day when xhe reliirued from the ho
pllal w here nlie ha been for the pat j
The horticultural noclety held a
meet lug Sal uribiy. A man wa pre
ent ndvertlrtlng dried fruit, Hiimple
of which were cooked and on dinplay
at Hotel Flue.
Mr. II. I.. Small wood 1 convale
celit, after quite a e-ere lllne.
Frank Ma wee I enjoying a trip to
Spokane and more eantern cltle.
Several of our people attended tie
all-day tnectfiig of Fine (irove (irange
M r. Coomb I erecting a houe on
hi property recently purchased from
C. II. Hone.
Mr. Chn Fuller ha returned
from n delightful visit In Furtland
and Hood Hiver.
Mle Hoxieaml Ix-xie Hole were
hoHtenw at a coatlng jiarly given
by them recently.
The xchool children enjoyed n nhort
vacation, caused by the teacher' ex
amination, last week.
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I lit- i i im nut i inn iieiu n iiiosi en-
Joyable tmi'tlng on Thursdav last,
with Mr. Chn. Fuller.
The sleighing ha gone, and resi
dent of the Flat will hooii be ma
rooned on (i ic unit of impassable
road In Odell.
The school pupil are enjoying
mime tine new picture which deco
rate their unlln. They also have
excellent new book for their library.
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